Europe Comics

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • Violette is now a student at the prestigious Ballet School of the Opéra, but the various rivalries and jealousies that begin to crop up between the young dancers take a turn that may prove disastrous for her. Meanwhile her sister, Emma, dreams of joining a hip-hop group, and stumbles through the first uncertain steps of romantic love...

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Under the orders of Centurion Caius Bracca, Marcus Livius has led his band of Romans on an expedition to find a hidden civilization of immense riches, facing countless dangers and losing many of his men along the way. But when he finally reaches the distant land of Niangara, his arrival is not one of conquest: a world of slavery, madness, and shamans' spells awaits him. A world of death.

  • 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!

  • In this conclusion to a tense two-parter, John Chinaman reaches Tucano with two friends by his side and a gang of outlaws on their heels who'll stop at nothing to recover the cash from a bungled robbery. John's hopes of keeping a low profile go up in smoke as Zed continues his cheating streak, and Horace hides out at a brothel, trying to start a new life as a bouncer. Meanwhile, John's boss, Mr. Byrne, is going out of business, and has one last delivery for John to make: a prize Longhorn bull. Life sure can get complicated when you have friends!

  • 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 two-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.

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    Blacksad is in New Orleans, looking for work. He just so happens to come across a rich Texan who asks him to drive his car back down to his hometown. Perfect! An easy job and good money, not to mention the beautiful car! So the detective accepts. But, much to his dismay, the car is stolen from him in a gas station by Chad Lowell and Abe Greenberg, two beatnik writers wanting to get to Amarillo, Texas. Things soon get messy when Chad shoots at Abe during a quarrel, killing him dead. Forced into exile, Chad finds refuge in a circus. But Blacksad is hot on his trail along those endless highways of southern America.

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    It's 1950s New Orleans, and Mardi Gras is in full swing. Thanks to Weekly, a Jazz producer going by the name of Faust sets up a meeting with Blacksad. Faust asks Blacksad if he could look into the disappearance of Sebastian, one of his musicians. There's been no sign of the pianist for months, and his absence is jeopardizing the both the music label and the star's private life. Faust fears that Sebastian has, once again, turned to drugs. The whole affair is rendered even more urgent now that Faust has learned that he's suffering from cancer. Blacksad takes on the mission and discovers little by little that Faust hasn't told him the whole story. He realizes that he is also being manipulated, but determines none the less to find Sebastian and try and understand the reasons for his disappearance. Little does he know at this point that this will be his most testing mission yet, in more than one respect.

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    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...

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    Oldsmill, the town's head honcho, is a white tiger.

    Karup, the chief of police, is a white bear.

    Huk, Karup's henchman, a white fox.

    Along with the other animals of immaculate pelt, they form the WASP association (W for White, AS for Anglo-Saxon, P for Protestant). All other town residents, from the black magpie to the reddish-brown fox to the tabby cat, are nothing but trash. And if the police aren't able to enforce white law, the wide-reaching arms of the ruthless Arctic Nation party, hooded and decked out in white robes, will soon put things in order. And they've got all the ropes and burning crosses they need.

    In this unwelcoming environment, Blacksad, a private detective, is investigating the disappearance of a child of color, Kyle. Dinah, Kyle's mother, had a job as Karup's housemaid, and some say she was getting pretty friendly with Oldsmill's son.

    It doesn't take Blacksad long to get his claws right into the vipers' nest, and he's as quick to lash out as any of them...

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    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.

  • A golf course in LA, in the early hours of the morning. Two TV celebrities, the American Chuck Atkins and the British Simon Kennedy, meet up for a "friendly" round on the links. But as they make their way through 18 holes, things quickly unravel, leaving chaos in their wake... Because those overgroomed, perfect exteriors hide a lot of blemishes. This boisterous graphic novel written by American author Micah Stahl and illustrated by Belgian artist Bram Algoed takes up many central issues in today's culture, from fame and narcissism to loneliness and accountability. At times tragic, often rowdy, and always funny, this is the perfect book for readers who love a wayward story drawn in an original style.

  • For Valentine's Day, Hannah and Chris have been tasked with preparing a mille crepe cake large enough for a gathering of giants! The only way to cook such an enormous cake: ask the dragon Candy for permission to use the roof of her volcano! But Candy is in love and will only help if they get her a date with Norbert Diamond, her heart's desire... and a monumental crook! Fortunately, our young pastry chefs have more than one trick up the pages of their cookbook!

  • Swept away by the raging waters of the Raheborg along with the armies of Magnus, Kriss miraculously survived. Taken in and nursed back to life by an herbalist and his apprentice, the beleaguered queen must now hurry back across the lake-ocean to appear before the king-or else the law of the Vikings will strip her of her crown, as well as her hopes of one day using her power to rescue Aniel. But the lake-ocean is treacherous to navigate, and before long Kriss finds herself marooned on a strange island...

  • Following the dramatic events on the track in Portimão, Michel Vaillant has been banned from racing until the end of the season. On top of that, he's increasingly worried about his son's involvement in a business that Michel feels is incompatible with their family values. To shake things up a bit, he decides to set himself a new challenge: taking on the land speed record with an electric car at the Bonneville Salt Flats. With the prestige of the Vaillante brand at stake, he's got a lot of pressure on his shoulders. Their sponsors are watching closely, and his father will accept nothing less than success, especially given his distaste for electric cars. It's once again make-or-break for Michel Vaillant.

  • Despite her inexperience, Oxana will be able to fulfill her dream of dancing Princess Aurora in Sleeping Beauty! But she doesn't realize that this casting choice is just part of Mr. Aster's scheme to make the whole company hate her. To make matters worse, he has her medallion and source of the "sleeping beauty's" vital energy in his possession, the key to reviving the malediction that once plunged her into sleep. Isolated, weak, and with the threat of the ancient curse looming over her, Oxana's future seems uncertain in this final act. But Léonide is watching over her...

  • In book two of this historical saga, the elderly Louise recounts her grandmother Josephine's struggles to run the family plantation in the years leading up to the American Civil War. Josephine tries to raise her son Jean to be nothing like his grandfather and uncle, whose tyranny over their slaves and the women of the family forced Josephine and her mother to resort to the services of a voodoo priestess from New Orleans. But when Jean falls for a slave named Celeste, Josephine's tolerance and values are put to the test.

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