Parues à la fin des années 70, ces histoires sont absentes des librairies depuis plus de 20 ans. À l'époque, Jean Van Hamme était inconnu du grand public et son nom n'apparaissait même pas sur les albums ! Les éditions Artège proposent avec cette réédition l'une des dernières BD de Van Hamme qu'il reste à découvrir par le grand public ! Pour l'occasion, l'ensemble des couleurs de l'album est retravaillé case par case pour offrir une restauration parfaite. Une série d'aventure écologique par un mythique !
Shelton a rendez-vous à Paris, avec le président d'une puissante multinationale. Celui-ci projette de signer le contrat du siècle avec une république de l'ex-URSS qui possède le plus riche gisement d'un métal très rare et très convoité. Mais voici que l'opération est compromise. Un routier français y a accidentellement causé la mort d'un ministre et la sévérité de sa condamnation a contraint la France à riposter par embargo...Shelton n'a que quelques semaines pour libérer le prisonnier et provoquer ainsi la levée des sanctions économiques qui bloquent les négociations. Une mission à hauts risques ! la prison est l'une des plus sûre et les frontières sont fermées. Mais shelton a de bons amis aussi risque-tout que lui. Quatre ont déjà sévi dans cette région tourmentée et les spécialités de chacun d'eux lui seront très utiles pour réussir ce coup audacieux...
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A partir de la série télévisée du même nom, elle-même tirée de la série de bande dessinée parue chez Glénat sous le titre Les maîtres de l'orge, la saga d'une dynastie de brasseurs du Nord entre 1934 et 1973. Quarante années de bouleversements historiques et familiaux. Ambition, trahison, passion et aventure sont les maîtres mots de ce grand roman populaire.
Judith Warner was once the pharmacist in Green Falls, where XIII spent part of his youth. And she was once his ally, and lover of one night... The beautiful, independent Judith has her life turned upside down by hurricane Jason McLane just like so many others, and leaves for California to start a new life. There she leads a quiet existence, up until the day a woman she's never met before rings at her door, and throws everything into chaos once again, as her past resurfaces...
XIII, Jones and Betty Barnowsky escaped the deadly trap set by Colonel McCall. Lost in a hostile jungle, they must now make their way back to America. And they must be quick: In Washington, every ally the fugitives ever had has been arrested in preparation for the conspirators' master stroke, coinciding with a general exercise of all American armed forces: Operation Full Red. Suddenly, XIII's quest becomes a last-ditch fight for the freedom of an entire nation.
Two of Largo's employees have been killed in his headquarters in New York. His friend Charity has been kidnapped in the middle of the Piazza San Marco. His only lead is a mysterious message: «Beware of the Doge.» As the bodies start piling up, Largo-aided by the beautiful Domenica-turns the Serenissima upside down to find the young woman and unravel the truth before it is too late. Balls, duels, boat chases, revenge. Ah, Venice!
Called back to the USA by the frantic government, McLane and Jones discover that General Carrington has kidnapped Wally Sheridan, President of the United States! Holed up in a secret base he's turned into a fortress, Carrington intends to put Sheridan on trial on live TV and expose him as the Number I of the conspiracy. To do that, he's going to need XIII's help in bringing in his main witness: the Mongoose!
Having escaped from the clutches of Irina's organisation, XIII is on the loose in America but still hunted by both Giordino's NSA and Irina's top assassin, Jessica. As he tries to return to his friends in San Miguel, he's forced to dodge bullets and outsmart various traps and ambushes. With the odds stacked against him, he will have to rely on help from an enemy and his own mounting anger at the constant string of attacks.
Arrested by the Costaverdean authorities because of pressure from the US, XIII and his friends are awaiting their extradition. Instead, they're freed by Costaverdean troops in disguise. But they can't afford to stick around, as they're still on the run from the most powerful nation on Earth. Desperate for money, McLane decides to go after Maximilian's gold, as Mullway believes he's found the location of the third silver watch. The problem is that the location is under 150 feet of water...
XIII and his friends, still in hiding from the NSA, now have the riddle from all three silver watches. and Maximilian's gold is within their reach. But the treasure is well hidden. Not to mention that $15 million is enough to attract a lot of unwanted attention. Meanwhile, in Washington, an increasingly desperate Frank Giordino can feel the noose tightening around his neck-and men are at their most dangerous when desperate. All he needs is someone to bring him the right information...
Petit à petit, XIII a découvert qui il est et reconstitué son passé, à une exception près. Il reste un trou à la fin de ses années d'université, quand Jason McLane est devenu Kelly Brion. Un trou qui pourrait signifier que l'amnésique est en fait le terroriste irlandais Seamus O'Neil. Cette histoire en forme de flash-back nous ramène à Boulder, Colorado, et avant cela en Irlande du Nord, pour y découvrir la dernière pièce du puzzle XIII.
XIII and his friends have failed to recover Maximilian's gold and are tired of hiding, running and struggling. When two books come out in the USA relating all the events of the amnesiac's life and the details of the Conspiracy of the XX, they see it as a possible chance to come out in the open and trust in their country's justice. But they still have enemies, at home and abroad, and everyone is set on a collision course...
In their island fortress, Kriss and Shaigan still reign over their band of pirates and raiders. But Shaigan is beginning to have doubts, and when a prisoner who knew him calls him Thorgal, the child of the stars begs the gods of Asgard to give him back his name and his destiny. In return, the gods require that Thorgal travel to the kingdom of giants and steal from their ruler... and then Thorgal will be Thorgal again.
It is time at last for Thorgal to return to his family. However, Aaricia is not staying idle after her rescue by Jolan, and tries to put together a fleet to attack Shaigan's stronghold ? unaware that her husband is no longer the dreaded pirate lord. By the time the two find themselves on their own island again, Aaricia is disinclined to simply forgive everything, and locks Thorgal up in a cage while she makes up her mind about him.
In the wild and inhospitable European far north, in the land of Scandinavian myth and runic legend, Viking warriors discover a child in a space capsule. Leif Haraldson adopts him and gives him the names of his gods: Thorgal Aegirsson, son of Thor (god of lightning) and son of Aegir (master of the sea). Upon Leif's death, the Viking chief Gandalf the Insane isolates Thorgal from others. Only the friendship of Aaricia, the daughter of Gandalf, brightens Thorgal's solitary childhood. Their mutual affection quickly turns into true love. This two-volume book includes "Aaricia".
Thorgal, his family and their friends Darek and Lehla have left their island to sail south and look for a safer place to live. After a storm scatters them, Thorgal and WolfCub's boat flounders on reefs at the foot of a strange, mist-covered cliff. One perilous climb later, the little girl is trapped by a mysterious, invisible force, and her father, after going for help, discovers a very curious city cut off from the world...
Jolan has become a robust kid who is interested in everything. The strange signs he draws without knowing their meaning thoroughly intrigue his parents. During one escapade, he makes friends with a boy his age. The child seems to be lost and is terrified of adults. Along with being deaf and mute, he cannot answer questions raised by his mysterious presence.Surprised by a storm, Thorgal has been taken in by an old couple. Without boat or money, he can't return to his village. Perhaps an archery competition will allow him to buy a new boat. Of all the competitors, the beautiful Kriss de Valnor is without any doubt the most formidable...This two-volume book includes "Alinoe".
Taken aback by Aaricia's disappearance, Thorgal is only a shadow of his former self. Eaten away by remorse, the young Shania accompanies him and protects him, begging his pardon... Approached by two strangers, Worgan and Galathorn, they discover that Aaricia is still alive but held captive in the court of Brek Zarith. Ready to do anything to keep himself in power, the illegitimate master of this kingdom, Sharder, uses and abuses his evil sorcerer powers. Despite all this, Thorgal will try, alone, to penetrate the impregnable fortress of Brek Zarith to save his wife and his son, Jolan.This two-volume book includes "The Fall of Brek Zarith".
In these new adventures, Aaricia is crowned Queen, and Thorgal will have to face many difficult tests to track down his beauty. Then they spend some happy days together in the countryside... Their first child is announced. But, alas, everything is turned upside down into horror by the jealousy of Shaniah, a teenager turned away by Thorgal. Prisoner on board the Black Galley, Thorgal becomes a plaything in the hands of Veronar, a degenerate tyrant...This two-volume book includes "The Black Galley".
Scandal breaks in the London press: There is a mole in the Intelligence Service! And it appears without a doubt, on a photograph taken by agents of MI 5, that the mole wears the face of Francis Blake! Mortimer is determined to believe that his friend has been forced to act against his will. But the initial investigations sweep away this hypothesis: Blake has opened, under an assumed name, an account fed by payments coming from the Bahamas. In a few months, he has withdrawn ?30,000?more than 10 times his annual pay! With MI 5 agents planning to try Blake for high treason, or to kill him if needed, Mortimer decides to find his friend before they do. A long hunt begins...
A wandering Thorgal is captured and enslaved by Orgoff, a cruel man who appointed himself the local lord after defeating the old one. Orgoff wields the dreadful power of the Sun Sword, which the peasants say makes him invulnerable. Thorgal, of course, is not convinced. Escaping, he encounters the last of the rebels against the new order-and an old enemy. Together, they will have to defeat Orgoff and his allies and recover the Sun Sword.
Largo Winch has been hoodwinked, framed and sent to jail. His enemies are celebrating their victory after taking control of his TV station. His friends are either in prison or in mortal danger... But Largo wasn't born a billionaire. He knows how to fight dirty, and now he's going to have to strike back at the circle of crooks, pimps and murderers who came after him-before they kill all potential witnesses, including his own employee, Sarah Washington.
Simon-Largo's friend-has been cast as the lead in a new TV series, "Golden Gate." It's produced in part by one of Group W's subsidiaries. When the investigator sent by Dwight Cochrane to examine irregularities in the funding of the series disappears, Largo takes matters into his own hands and heads to the city by the Bay. But what will he find? An innocuous example of bad television? A case of tax evasion? Or... worse?