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by Grzegorz Rosinski,Jean Van Hamme

ePub Wolf Cub (Thorgal) download
Author:
Grzegorz Rosinski,Jean Van Hamme
ISBN13:
978-1849180351
ISBN:
1849180350
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Publisher:
Cinebook, Ltd (October 16, 2010)
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Subcategory:
Graphic Novels
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1175 kb
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1897 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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186

Rosinski and Van Hamme continually give readers an outstanding literary experience every time they publish another volume of Thorgal.

Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Rosinski and Van Hamme continually give readers an outstanding literary experience every time they publish another volume of Thorgal. Wolf Cub is well done, and the story itself is remarkable. I love the art by Van Hamme, and it matches well the mood and tension of the story.

Jean Van Hamme, is a Belgian novelist and comic book writer. He has written scripts for a number of Belgian/French comic series, including Histoire sans héros, Thorgal, XIII, Blake and Mortimer, Lady S and Largo Winch. Other books in the series. Thorgal (1 - 10 of 37 books). Books by Jean Van Hamme. Mor. rivia About Louve (Thorgal,

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Thorgal, Aaricia and Jolan sail north, and are almost home when they encounter the drakkar of Wor the Magnificent, the . When Thorgal refuses to follow Wor on a raid, he and his family are left to finish the short trip on foot.

Thorgal, Aaricia and Jolan sail north, and are almost home when they encounter the drakkar of Wor the Magnificent, the new king of the Northland Vikings.

Thorgal, Aaricia and Jolan sail north and are almost home when they encounter the drakkar of Wor the Magnificent, the new king of the Northland Vikings. When Thorgal leaves a near-term Aaricia with Jolan and goes to find transportation, enemies appear and threaten them all. As they fight for their lives in the wild, it is from the wild that life will come.

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Jean Van Hamme was born in 1939 in Belgium. His major breakthrough came in 1977, when he created the Viking hero "Thorgal" for Grzegorz Rosinski. The mix of medieval legends and heroic fantasy soon became a huge success, with major awards following

Jean Van Hamme was born in 1939 in Belgium. The mix of medieval legends and heroic fantasy soon became a huge success, with major awards following. He is also the creator of the bestselling series "Largo Winch" and "XIII" (published in English by Cinebook). Grzegorz Rosinski is one of the most popular artists of comic books in Western Europe.

Thorgal is a Franco-Belgian fantasy comic book series by the Belgian writer Jean Van Hamme and the Polish graphic artist Grzegorz Rosiński. It combines several themes and legends, ranging from Norse mythology and Atlantean fantasy to science fiction, and such genres as dark drama, horror and adventure stories.

Thorgal is a critically acclaimed Belgian comic book series by the Belgian writer Jean Van Hamme and the Polish graphic artist Grzegorz Rosiński. It first appeared in serial form in the "Tintin" magazine in 1977, and has been published in hardcover volumes by Le Lombard from 1980 on.

Thorgal, Aaricia and Jolan sail north toward home and encounter the drakkar of Wor the Magnificent, the new king of the Northland Vikings. When Thorgal refuses to follow Wor on a raid, he and his family are left to finish the short trip on foot. When Thorgal leaves a near-term Aaricia with Jolan to find transportation, enemies appear and threaten them all. As they fight for their lives in the wild, it is from the wild that life will come.
  • Start with Child of Stars and follow the volumes in order as the stories build on one another. To be sure you can always google Thorgal and the Wikipedia has the correct chronological order of the series in English.
    In regards to the series: Amazing characters with development, great story lines, fantastic plots, and a balanced amalgam of the past and the future all squeezed into what is called Thorgal. The only negative I see is that the series is behind by more than 50% in translation to English, meaning after you get to number 19 your are stuck till the next one comes out which sometimes maybe a year or more; or if you don't have the patience for the English translations learning French is always an option!!

  • Thorgay comics are marvelous the only thing I couls say is that the stories are a little bit short, but they are great, this wolfcub comic book in particular is pretty dark and violent I like it.

  • The comic only shows 2/3rds of a page at best. Save your money, at least until it's scanned in better.

  • Thorgal is a dream come true.

    Rosinski and Van Hamme continually give readers an outstanding literary experience every time they publish another volume of Thorgal. Wolf Cub is well done, and the story itself is remarkable. I love the art by Van Hamme, and it matches well the mood and tension of the story. Just looking at the panels, you can almost imagine the sound of rain falling and the thunder echoing through the heavens.

    The only 'close' mainstream comic book to this high quality, passionate demonstration of a Viking love letter is Northlander from Vertigo (DC). History fans unite, this is no powder puff hero! He's Viking all the way to his leather guards.

    Get all 10 books, you will not be sorry. Classic literature like this comes about only once in a generation.