In Venice, a boating accident leads to the discovery of a 400 year old text bearing the signature 'W.S.' and promising the truth about the 'Shakespeare mystery'. That very night, someone tries unsuccessfully to steal the precious document. The discoverer, Marquis Stefano Da Spiri, decides to send a copy of the document to a specialist of the Bard in London for stylistic authentication. As for the original, he entrusts it to an old comrade in arms from WW2: Captain Francis Blake...
Correspond au tome 24 français: Le testament de William S.
Extreme weather threatens the whole of continental Europe, turning the lives of its citizens inside out. The French government calls Professor Mortimer to help solve this enigma. Mortimer travels near Paris to visit his friend Professor Labrousse, the chief French meteorologist. But when the taxi driver Labrousse sent to meet Mortimer at the station disappears, our friend becomes the prime suspect. Mortimer gets in touch with his old friend Blake, also in France, to help him out of this tricky situation.
However, Blake disappears as well, so Mortimer and Labrousse have two missing-person cases to investigate. They soon discover that the two disappearances are not only linked to each other, but also to the climatic catastrophes.
Correspond au tome 8 français: S.O.S météores
GO WHOLE HOG! Yeehaw! When it comes to eating, Garfield--with his Texas-sized appetite--doesnt hold back. Its go big or go home! Fans of the tubby tabby will be in hog heaven as they pig out on this brand-new collection stuffed with comics!
AUTHOR SARAH ANDERSEN USES HILARIOUS (AND ADORABLE) COMICS TO ILLUSTRATE THE VERY SPECIFIC GROWING PAINS THAT OCCUR ON YOUR WAY TO BECOMING A MATURE, PUT-TOGETHER GROWNUP. ANDERSENS SPOT-ON ILLUSTRATIONS ALSO SHOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THIS NEWFOUND ADULTHOOD ONCE YOU ARRIVE, SINCE MATURITY IS EQUALLY AS HARD TO MAINTAIN AS IT IS TO FIND "
Combined here are "Maus I: A Survivor's Tale" and "Maus II" - the complete story of Vladek Spiegelman and his wife, living and surviving in Hitler's Europe. By addressing the Holocaust through cartoons the author captures the everyday reality of fear and the sensation of survival.