Europe Comics

  • Marathon Nouv.

    Marathon

    Nicolas Debon

    Amsterdam, August 1928. The crowd goes wild as the world's star athletes take off from the starting line for the crowning event of the Olympic Games: the marathon. Few so much as notice the short, slight Algerian runner-a factory worker by day-who wears the French jersey. But that was before a strong wind, cramps, and 42.195 kilometers of ruthless competition combined to produce an astonishing upset...

  • Nowhere Girl

    Magali Le Huche

    This is the story of a girl growing up in the 1990s - a middle-
    schooler who finds herself lost in the gulf between childhood and
    adolescence, developing paralyzing fears of failure, school, other
    people, and her own changing body. Along the way, she becomes
    obsessed with the Beatles... which might be just what she needs to
    find her way back to being okay. Yeah yeah yeah!

  • Mademoiselle Baudelaire Nouv.

    Baudelaire: poète maudit, enfant terrible, lyric genius, crippling perfectionist. Bereft of a father at age five, he spent his days squandering the former's fortune on prostitutes and paintings, opium and alcohol, finery and laundry bills for his impeccably white dandy's collars. He loved a woman and gave her syphilis. This is her story. Muse, mulatto, mistress, mystery... little was known of Jeanne in her day, and even less remembered since. Yslaire pays tribute to a brimstone-and-hellfire affair from the annals of literature, two misunderstood souls who in their mutual misunderstanding afforded each other what little solace they found in life.

  • In 1864, a year after the death of Eugène Delacroix, Alexandre Dumas recounted the memories that marked his friendship with the great painter. From one anecdote to the next, Dumas' text reveals the personality of both painter and writer. All the while, a colorful portrait of the period takes shape; a period in which works of art are subject to fiery debates, intense admiration, and irrevocable rejection. With humor and passion, Catherine Meurisse invites herself into this very personal adaptation of Dumas' tribute to his friend.

  • In this nostalgic account, the Faldérault family sets out for a final summer vacation together before an impending marital separation disrupts the family dynamics for good. Along the way, heading south to France from Brussels, Pierre, Maddie, and their children revel in impromptu skinny-dips, family sing-alongs, and camping in the wild, ultimately finding a renewed zest for life-and vacation!

  • Don Vega

    Alary Pierre

    The year is 1849, and the future state of California is under the control of former soldiers from the Mexican-American War. Their leader, General Gomez, is busy buying up the locals' land for pennies on the dollar, so that he and his cronies can maximize their profits from the coming gold rush. But he and his men are dogged by a series of masked, would-be avengers all calling themselves Zorro. They are an almost laughable annoyance, simple peasants living out the fantasy of a local legend. Until one man shows up and starts picking off Gomez's men one by one, as stealthy as a fox. He brandishes a sword which he uses to carve the letter Z into his victims' cheeks... Could this be the true Zorro?

  • Adventure, drama, spies, secrets, and even a dash of romance. This extraordinary story tells the tale of two movie stars being pulled into the intrigue of counterintelligence and disinformation campaigns during World War II. Churchill is looking for someone to impersonate Britain's top general, and it's up to David Niven and Peter Ustinov to train the lucky lad. They're in a race against the clock and a battle against all the usual vices-wine and women included-to turn a second-rate actor into General Montgomery in this uproarious and award-winning graphic novel, where the truth might be stranger than fiction.

  • Anglais Aion

    Ludovic Rio

    Captain Lexi Neel thought she'd sacrificed years of life with her daughter when she left Earth on a decades-long journey through the depths of space. But when a distress signal takes her out of hypersleep years ahead of schedule, she finds herself on the mysterious moon Aion, home to exotic wildlife and a research station dedicated to study of the moon's "particularities." It might mean a chance to start over as if she never left... As Lexi is about to learn, time is an experience.

  • Kinderland

    Mawil

    East Berlin, summer of 1989: Mirco Watzke is caught in a bind. Usually a model student, the seventh grader has got himself in trouble with a couple of bullies from the Free German Youth, and the only person who can help is the mysterious new kid in school... Vivid and funny, tender and nuanced, "Kinderland" chronicles East Germany's final months as seen through the eyes of a child. It's a story of friendship, courage, and trust, but also of growing up between Young Pioneers and the church, fathers who "disappear," and a ping-pong tournament interrupted by the fall of the Berlin Wall. Winner of the Max & Moritz Award for Best Comic at the 2014 Erlangen International Comics Festival.

  • As the coalition built by Lady Shatira continues to try to defeat Suo-the-Red, the warlord who has brought ruin and devastation to the entire region, White Claw faces her greatest challenge yet: not only will she face the ruthless tyrant herself, but she will also have to prepare for an excrutiating confrontation with someone from her past. Thank goodness her faithful companions Lieutenant Bolt, Taho-The-Quick, and Master Foon are at her side when she needs them-not to mention her beautiful phoenix Ash.

  • A man lives in the wild with a dog as his only companion... and great powers at his disposal. All he needs is an animal's hide to take on its abilities. Together, he and his dog will go off to seek a terrible monster, in a silent story brought to vivid life by Burniat and Michiels. Fierce, funny, strange, endearing!

  • Gunblast Girls - Volume 2 - Koyaanisqatsi Nouv.

    Zdenka reunites her gang of badass women who fear neither God nor man. An easy, well-paid job presents itself... Easy? Not so fast. The girls have to keep an eye on Infinity, an extraordinary teen who can move freely between space and time, yet has zero control over her incredible powers. But no matter what gets thrown in their path, the Gunblast Girls are back, and the galaxy had better brace itself!

  • Creatures - Volume 2 - The Big Night Nouv.

    In a post-apocalyptic New York City where the toxic fog of the first Big Night turned most of the population into drooling zombies and drove pockets of survivors underground to hunt for food and live in hiding, a group of bickering teenagers and a raving old man set out to rescue a little boy from the clutches of the mysterious creatures that hold him and try to prevent the second Big Night from descending on the beleaguered city and destroying what's left of the sane human population.

  • The Secret Garden  - Part 1 Nouv.

    When Mary's parents die, she moves to England, where she is sent to a strange mansion in the middle of the Yorkshire moors, belonging to her uncle. It is here that she discovers the comfort of friendship... and a wonderful secret that she soon shares with her new companions: a garden forgotten by everyone, whose key, as if by magic, also opens the doors to broken hearts. This is a two-part graphic adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's 1912 classic of children's literature.

  • Little Sister Nouv.

    Susie has two older sisters: the vivacious Effie, and the elegant Sandra. Life is hard when you're the baby of the family! No one ever lets you do anything. No one ever pays any attention to you. Everyone makes fun of you. Bestselling children's author Susie Morgenstern takes readers back to 1950s Newark and all the everyday charms and heartbreaks of the year she turned ten: spelling bees, synagogue, Christmas lights, Halloween candy, nights out at the movies, sneaking fast food. In his joyous art, Johann G. Louis lovingly evokes the era and a young girl awakening to life.

  • Thorgal - Volume 29 - The Hermit of Skellingar Nouv.

    Thorgal is finally back home and his family reunited. But his past comes back to haunt him when a young woman on a pilgrimage tries to kill him-or rather the pirate he once was, Shaigan the Merciless. When he mortally wounds her in self-defense, she demands wergild: a life for a life. To fulfill her request, Thorgal has to find and kill a jarl who is oppressing the members of the woman's cult. Once again, Thorgal must sail off toward adventure...

  • Ayak & Por Ayak & Por - Volume 1 Nouv.

    Wild adventures are on the horizon for little girl Ayak and her one-eyed dog Por. In the first story of this two-part tale, Ayak, Por, and the wacky professor seek shelter in an abandoned house, after their biosphere in Kamchatka explodes. But the discovery of an old teapot will soon whisk them away to a far-off land. In the second story, Ayak meets a lonely crown prince who is kept away from his people. Everyone thinks he is foolish, but what if he is just misunderstood?

  • Undertaker - Volume 6 - Salvaje Nouv.

    After Rose Prairie leaves him, Jonas Crow sinks deep into a hole. That's when he's brought on for a special assignment by Sid Beauchamp, a friend in misfortune from his youth and now the sheriff of Tucson: to recover the corpse of Caleb Barclay, enslaved and tortured by the Indians. But things get complicated when it turns out that Caleb wasn't a slave at all, but had married into the Apache tribe, and he was killed by none other than Sid himself. With Sid and his well-heeled bride-to-be at the helm, Tucson seems on the verge of great things... But as a blizzard hits, so do Jonas and Caleb's widow, the fierce Salvaje, and bullets and vengeance storm the winter skies of the Arizona desert.

  • Olive - Volume 3 - On the Trail of the Nerpa Nouv.

    After discovering the stunning truth about Olive's past during Christmas break, Olive and her roommate Charlie are back at boarding school. Olive's link to missing astronaut Lenny Popincourt is growing stronger by the day, but he's still as far away as ever. When Lenny falls into an endless sleep, the girls formulate a rescue plan almost too risky to consider-except they're the only people on earth who can save him!

  • Blacksad - Volume 6 - They all fall down -  Part 1 Nouv.

    Everyone's favorite cat detective is back, and yes, we mean John Blacksad. This time, he's on a particularly thorny case, as he's responsible for protecting the president of a mafia-infiltrated union. This new four-volume story of the bestselling series takes us from soaring heights to terrifying depths as Blacksad navigates from the lofty world of New York theatre to the seedy nether regions of the city, where the criminal classes ply their questionable trades. Towering above them all is the figure of Solomon, a construction magnate well on his way to rebuilding the five boroughs, come hell or high water. Print release by Dark Horse Comics, summer 2022.

  • Michel Vaillant - Volume 10 - Pikes Peak Nouv.

    The Vaillant family seems to have no shortage of mountains to climb. Between developing new racing prototypes and navigating a change in leadership at the head of the company, everyone has their hands full. And that's before Michel decides to take on the biggest mountain of them all: legendary Pikes Peak in Colorado, home to one of the most celebrated and dangerous races in the world, a 14,000-foot climb at breakneck speed. Standing in Michel's way will be his old nemesis, Bob Cramer, who doesn't look too kindly on his French counterpart's attempt to conquer "America's Mountain." It will take all of Michel's grit and expertise to stay the course and come out on top.

  • The Whale Library Nouv.

    A poetic fable for grown-ups full of wisdom and beauty, by two Belgian masters of graphic storytelling.Out on the high seas lives a whale unlike any other, who spends her days reading stories to all who will listen, taken from the vast library hidden in her belly. When the whale bumps into a sea postman's boat one fateful night, it's the beginning of an extraordinary friendship. But not every story can have a happy ending...

  • Someone to Talk To Nouv.

    Samuel is feeling blue, and for good reason! He's single, lives in a tiny Paris apartment, and is languishing in a job he hates. Alone on his birthday, he decides to amuse himself by calling the only phone number he knows by heart: the one for his childhood home. To his surprise, someone picks up... His past self! All 10-year-old Sam wants to do is play soccer, travel the world, and write books to impress girls. How will Samuel ever be able to tell him the truth without crushing his dreams? It's time he got his life back on track.

  • Vesper - Volulme 1 - The Amazon Nouv.

    Vesper, the Amazon of the Knights of Nyx, is a formidable warrior versed in the practice of Etheric magic. She uses her talents in the service of Prince Crimson Nyx, with whom she shares the dream of a kingdom where people of all races can live together. But in the midst of celebrating an important victory for their kingdom, the two heroes are ambushed by the Ekklesia, a religious order that sees in them the manifestation of dark forces that must be stamped out... A fast-paced first entry of a thrilling fantasy series not to be missed.

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