9781849184052

XIII 23

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  • ISBN13:

    9781849184052

  • ISBN10:

    1849184054

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-10-02
  • Publisher: Cinebook, Ltd

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Summary

Still with Annika, Jason McLane has the documents his godfather left for him to find in the Netherlands deciphered. Once translated, the text offers revelations of breathtaking importance enough to change the geopolitical map for ever. But the killers sent by the Mayflower Foundation are still after them, while in Afghanistan, Jones and Carrington's situation goes from bad to worse. XIII will have to be on his best game to sort it all out but at what price?

Author Biography

Yves Sente began writing scripts in 1999 and has already acquired considerable clout, being chosen as successor to Van Hamme for the series Thorgal and the sequel to XIII and working with Van Hamme on Blake & Mortimer. Arrived from Russia with his first completed project in hand, Youri Jigounov proved himself to the Franco-Belgian comic scene with series Alpha, so much so that his elegant, precise art was chosen to succeed William Vance's.

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