Europe Comics

  • Pico Bogue - Volume 1 - Life and Me

    Dominique Roques

    • Europe comics
    • 10 November 2015

    Pico Bogue is the eldest child of a normal family, and when we say 'normal', we mean unique, quirky and occasionally just stark raving mad! Along with his little sister Anna, Pico goes through life with as many certainties as he has questions, making the kind of pertinent observations that only children are capable of. Sometimes challenging, always loveable, there's no end to Pico's mischief, much to the amusement, exasperation and surprise of his long-suffering parents!

  • Blast - Volume 1 - Dead Weight

    Manu Larcenet

    • Europe comics
    • 7 October 2015

    A man - filthy, stinking, alone and obese - is taken in by the police. We don't yet know what he's done, or why he's there. But he's going to tell us his story. The story of a man who strives to live by his own rules, free from the bounds of socially imposed morality and norms, an ambition inspired by one blinding, ecstatic, vivid moment of ultilmate perfection in life and existence - The Blast. He makes the only choice possible for him after such an experience: he leaves everything behind and sets off to live, really live, in the wild, on his own. This first volume is a homage to the acute beauty of nature, solitude and feeling alive. And to the pain and brutality necessary for this man to find his way to another, purer, more complete level of existence. But is the mysterious 'Blast' really what it seems? And so the interrogation begins.

  • Djinn - Volume 1 - The Favorite

    Jean Dufaux

    • Europe comics
    • 7 October 2015

    What exactly is a harem for? For the pleasure of a sovereign, of course. But he would be foolish to limit it to this sole purpose. They say that if you can satisfy a man, he'll give you all the treasures of the earth. Including the spoils of war. Sultan Murati's harem is a far more powerful weapon than the British and German armies, both of which are seeking his alliance. The flower of all flowers, the weapon of all weapons, Jade, the Sultan's new favorite, is entrusted with the Sultan's scheme to launch an assault on an English diplomat. A model of British calm and impregnability, like all men, Lord Nelson has his Achilles' heel: his wife...
    50 years later, Jade's granddaughter, Kim, is trying to trace the footsteps of her fascinating ancestor in a modern Istanbul, where the harems have all but disappeared. But not the brothels, as Kim discovers at her own expense. But Kim's not just trying to find her roots. Legend has it that Jade, and Jade alone, knew where the Black Sultan hid his treasure, a treasure that no one has ever managed to unearth...

  • Blacksad - Volume 3 - Red Soul

    Juan Díaz Canales

    • Europe comics
    • 25 May 2016

    Blacksad is in Las Vegas, with both his finances and morale at rock bottom, working for a wealthy gambling man. However, an unexpected encounter shakes up his new life: his friend Otto Lieber, a high-profile scientist, is in town for a nuclear conference. The two men manage to find the time to get together and chew the cud. Otto seems to be leading an exciting life, despite the little eccentricities of his "benefactor," Gotfield. Gotfield is married to the gorgeous Alma... on whose account Blacksad's life will take a surprising turn...

  • Gypsy - Volume 4 - Dark Eyes

    Thierry Smolderen

    • Europe comics
    • 25 May 2016

    When he was a kid in the slums, Tsagoï would do everything in his power to avoid violin classes. He'd rather be having a punch up with some poor unsuspecting victim. He dreamed of owning his very own truck, while his cousin Mirno dreamed of marrying Milena and getting rich.
    Twenty-five years down the line at the Czech border, "little" (nearly two meters tall) Tsagoï is at the wheel of a truck full of Slovakian caviar, renowned for its inedibility, and Mirno, dressed like a lord, spends his time buying fur coats for Milena.
    It's the day of the football world cup finals, and all the cops are glued to their TV screens. So of course everyone's making the most of it-the Russian mafia, all manner of degenerates... and Mirno. But the day gets off to a bad start. It then has a bad middle, and not such a good ending either...!

  • Lethal Lullaby - Volume 1 - Telenko's Heart

    Philippe Tome

    • Europe comics
    • 25 May 2016

    Telenko, a New York taxi driver, spends his days ferrying around the dregs of society in one of the city's roughest neighborhoods. He has an obsessive fear of dying like a guy he saw in a film, who'd hear his heart stop every 15 beats.
    Because Telenko himself has a tired heart. He has a minor case of tachycardia and the odd extra systole, not helped by his stressful job and the constant abuse from his wheelchair-bound wife, Martha: "You don't divorce a wife in a wheelchair, Telenko!"
    She'll get what's coming to her, no doubt. Just like that slut who just got in his taxi who's fooling around with some other guy right under her decrepit old husband's nose.
    So he decides to kill Martha.
    But you gotta have some guts to kill your wife in cold blood. Especially when she's got a nasty surprise in store...

  • Spellbound - season 1

    Jean Dufaux

    • Europe comics
    • 7 October 2015

    This first volume of the ongoing Spellbound series initiates us into Dufaux and Munuera's Medeival-style fantasy land, a land brimming with witchcraft, demons, enchantments and foul-play.
    The whole of Middleland has been thrown into turmoil by the sudden and brutal murder of the king. The unfortunate victim's dying wish was that his daughter, Blanche, should take the throne, rather than her weak-spirited brother. Thus Blanche finds herself catapulted into a position of power that she never expected, or even wished for. The grief-stricken young woman is forced to renounce her lover, and on top of that, the enemy's army is assembled at the country's border, poising to strike. Blanche looks like she's off to a promising start as queen of the land, but unfortunately she's no match for the various plots to topple her... at least, not yet...

  • Raptors - Volume 4

    Jean Dufaux

    • Europe comics
    • 25 May 2016

    Here we are again on Planet Earth of the near future, where vampires have reduced humankind to a hunted animal and protected species. Only a rare few still resist. Strange alliances are forming between raptors, humans and vampires with a mutual objective: to resolve the conflicts between life forces and death forces. We hear the groans rise up from the depths. There is a change in the wind. Little by little, fear diminishes, giving way instead to courage and combat. It's carnage. Sons denounce their fathers and betrayal is rife. Get ready for the last act.

  • Agrippina - Volume 1 - The Trials of Agrippina

    Claire Bretécher

    • Europe comics
    • 13 January 2016

    Agrippina, a wonderful prototype of the rebellious teenager, spends her time squabbling with her exasperated parents, determinately ignoring her infuriating brother, discussing the latest couplings with her girlfriends, studiously avoiding 'being normal', and falling madly in love with a different boy every two minutes. Quite simply hilarious.

  • Djinn - Volume 5 - Africa

    Jean Dufaux

    • Europe comics
    • 13 January 2016

    Lord Nelson, Lady Nelson and Jade continue to enjoy their ménage à trois as they travel to Africa. Their boat is savagely attacked by the natives as they go up river, deeper into the heart of this vibrant but mysterious continent. But is this just an act of pure brutality? Or is there another reason, perhaps one connected to that black pearl that Jade wears in her ear, a pearl that exactly matches that of their goddess? This is the beginning of a second cycle of the grippingly exotic adventures of Jade, the mistress of the eminent Lord and Lady Nelson.

  • Ordinary Victories - Volume 2 - Trivial quantities

    Manu Larcenet

    • Europe comics
    • 13 January 2016

    Sometimes tragic, always moving. Trivial Quantities talks about the relationship between the artist and his work, the rise of extremism and the connection between people with huge sensitivity and a rare intelligence. Our hero, Marco, carries on along his path. He exhibits his photographs in a fancy Paris gallery; he returns to the shipyards where his father used to work to photograph the workers and his old friends, and he moves in with his charming vet, Emilie. Manu Larcenet never judges, and approaches his interrogations of the human condition with extreme caution. This is just one of those books that stays with you long after you've turned the last page.

  • The Eagles of Rome - Volume 4

    Enrico Marini

    • Europe comics
    • 13 January 2016

    He has committed treason. Marcus has to face the facts: Arminius, the man who is like a brother to him, is in the midst of preparing a rebellion against Rome, the city that gave them everything. Two men, two destinies, a broken friendship, and the inevitable and eternal march of history. In this fourth installment of the enthralling Eagles of Rome series, Enrico Marini turns history into a breathtaking human adventure, extravagant and tragic, his realist artwork plunging us right to the heart of the struggles of Emperor Augustus' reign.

  • Raptors - Volume 1

    Jean Dufaux

    • Europe comics
    • 10 November 2015

    Their reign is coming to an end. They had the power, they dominated the town, the whole world. Order prevailed. Their order. But then a certain pair of siblings came along -- the Raptors. United by blood, decked out in skin-tight leather, slipping through the night, sowing disorder. The head of the town is worried, and not without reason. The immortal race to which he belongs is starting to discover what it means to die...

  • The Eagles of Rome - Book III

    Enrico Marini

    • Europe comics
    • 9 December 2015

    Even though Marcus and Arminius parted company on bad terms, the Emperor Augustus is counting on the strength of the friendship that unites them to shed light on the rumor that's got Rome quaking in its boots. He thus sends Marcus on a top secret mission to Germania, Arminius' birthplace, in order for him to determine how and to what extent the young German is involved in the preparation of a people's rebellion. But what if conspiracy isn't the Barbarian's real prerogative...?

  • Agrippine - Tome 1 - Agrippina and the ancestor

    Claire Bretecher

    • Europe comics
    • 8 June 2016

    Agrippina's grandmother goes awol for a few days, only to be discovered in her own home, hiding away from the world while she recovers from a facelift. And all because she's found out that her own mother has gone into a retirement home. The latter, having made herself a fortune in her savvy investments in stocks and shares, decides to buy herself a computer... but not just any old computer...! Meanwhile, Agrippina is, as usual, busy seeking out any opportunity to get easy money and easy boys. This is a side-splitting snapshot of the complex relationships between four generations of women.

  • Djinn - Tome 10 - The Pavilion of Pleasures

    • Europe comics
    • 8 June 2016

    This is the first episode of a whole new cycle that chronologically takes place between the Ottoman and African cycles. This time we're swept off to colonial India. Jade, accompanied by Lord and Lady Nelson, arrives at the Palace of Eschinapur, having been summoned by the Rani, mother of the Maharajah. The Rani wishes for Jade to initiate the future bride of the young Maharajah, the daughter of the rebel Radjah Sing, to the art of love. This is in the hopes that the young bride will be able to wield this power to influence her son's politics, which are currently in favor of British rule. But there appears to be a strange presence in the palace. That presence turns out to be a child, who shows herself to no one but... the Djinn...

  • The Folies Bergère

    Zidrou

    • Europe comics
    • 25 November 2015

    We're right in the middle of World War I, deep in the trenches. The soldiers are confronted by unimaginable suffering and violent death on a daily basis. Considered as nothing more than cannon fodder by their superiors, they try desperately to survive. Partly as an act of defiance in the face of hardship, partly as the ultimate irony, the soldiers nickname their regiment after the famous Parisian cabaret club 'Folies Bergère'. They laugh and joke, they write, they draw, they fight, they die in appalling circumstances, they kill themselves, they lose their minds. And then one of their number is sentenced to death by firing squad... and miraculously survives...

  • Djinn - Tome 13 - 13. Kim Nelson

    • Europe comics
    • 5 October 2016

    Here, at long last, is the thirteenth and final volume of the epic Djinn series. We'll finally discover the circumstances that lead Kim Nelson from India to Africa and back again, back to the cursed child princess of Eschinapur, to fulfill a vow made by the elusive Djinn, Jade. Kim truly comes into her own, assuming her power as a temptress in the name of justice and vengeance... vengeance always cruel, but always sweet...

  • Berceuse assassine - Tome 3 - 3. Dillon's Memory

    • Europe comics
    • 21 September 2016

    We've seen Joe Telenko, we've seen Martha, and now we're plunged into the day to day existence of Dillon, a Native American and father of the boy that Telenko killed in a tragic car accident. Dillon is now in a living hell. He's lost everything. He's miles from his homeland, pushed to the margins of an inhospitable society. And he'll do anything to eliminate Joe Telenko, the source of all his woes.

  • Blacksad - Volume 1 - Somewhere within the shadows

    Juan Díaz Canales

    • Europe comics
    • 27 January 2016

    Get ready for a true masterpiece! This is the story of a private detective seeking revenge for the death of his assassinated ex-girlfriend. A stunning thriller, enhanced by a wonderfully detailed drawing style, with characters in the form of the animals that best reflect the nuances of their personalities. Dark, daring, engaging, this is undoubtedly one of Europe's most successful comic book series.

  • Gypsy - Volume 2 - The Fires of Siberia

    Thierry Smolderen

    • Europe comics
    • 27 January 2016

    It's all kicking off in this action-packed series from Marini and Smolderen: Car chases on the intercontinental highway; struggling for survival during the global cooling; the coronation of a young Russian tsar; the resurrection of a Mongol army tracing the footsteps of Genghis Khan; a multinational superpower controlling all terrestrial transport... and right in the middle of all that, there's the man who goes by the name of 'Gypsy', a loveable tough-guy truck driver.

  • Second Generation

    Michel Kichka

    • Europe comics
    • 27 January 2016

    This is an autobiographical tale in which Michel Kichka goes back over the significant moments of a childhood, an adolescence, and a life overshadowed by the Holocaust, from Belgium to The Promised Land, from nightmares to funny anecdotes, moments of joy and liberation.

  • The Keeper - Volume 1 - The Angel of Malta

    Yves Sente

    • Europe comics
    • 27 January 2016

    Vince's latest mission takes him to Malta. His job is to ensure the safety of the archeologists and art buyers for the Vatican. His daring and efficiency have won him many a great success, and some renown in his sector. And now he's being offered a promotion.

    From now on, he'll be part one of the Janitores, otherwise known as "The Keepers". The Keepers are an elite group created by the secret services of the pontifical state, who's life work is to protect the Vatican from those members who might give in to temptation. And so a new life begins...

  • Raptors - Volume 2

    Jean Dufaux

    • Europe comics
    • 28 January 2016

    Who are these predators that seem to be infiltrating every aspect of human society? Inspector Lenore wants to take them on, but will she be up to the task? Perhaps not... Unless she allies herself with their worst enemies, back from the beginning of time, hungry for power and for blood...

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