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Le Labo
Hervé Bourhis - 2021-01-22
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In "Le Labo," Hervé Bourhis takes us on a journey to the beginnings of the hyperconnected world of 2020. Set in 1975, the founder of Bercop assigns his son, Jean-Yves, to lead the research and development division, known as "le Labo." Alongside his team of pre-geeks, they unintentionally spark a technological revolution that changes the course of history.
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Diego Agrimbau - 2019-10-16
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In this sci-fi novel set 500,000 years in the future, two scientists plan to start a new human race that won't repeat the mistakes of their ancestors. But one of them is missing and navigating a jungle full of bizarre creatures is their only hope of survival. Explore a world where pitting science against nature leads to a gripping adventure.
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Michigan sur la route d'une War Bride
Julien Frey - 2017-04-07
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Discover the story of a Parisian war bride who left France for the United States in the aftermath of World War II. Follow Julien as he journeys to Michigan to meet his wife's American family and, more importantly, Odette - his wife's great-aunt and a true survivor of the war.
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The Longest Day Of The Future
Lucas Varela - 2016-09-06 (first published in 2015)
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A witty and irreverent graphic novel that takes place in a futuristic city where two mega-companies are in a thankless war to eliminate each other by any means necessary. But when an extraterrestrial flying saucer crashes, everything may change. This debut work by Argentine cartoonist and graphic designer Lucas Varela is a masterfully crafted tale that will leave you wanting more.
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Lucas Varela, Diego Agrimbau - 2013-09-01
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Explore the codes of the ninth art with "Diagnostics," a graphic novel collaboration between Lucas Varela and Diego Agrimbau. This collection of six short stories revisits the tradition of fictional narrative through the lens of six mental disorders, each serving as the driving force to explore the boundaries of comic storytelling. Follow the heroines who struggle with sensory disorders that influence their perception of the comic form, from a researcher able to decipher onomatopoeias in space to a student who only understands language when written down. With imaginative art and experimental narratives, Varela and Agrimbau play with the limitations of comic storytelling and push their characters to the brink of madness.
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Paolo Pinocchio
Lucas Varela - 2012-05-01 (first published in 2011)
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In "Paolo Pinocchio" by Lucas Varela, the classic children's character has grown up, but not in a good way. Pinocchio's conscience is now dictated by alcohol and women, and even the devils of Hell are struggling to deal with his wooden-headed shenanigans. This graphic novel puts a dark and adult twist on a beloved storybook character.
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VARELA LUCAS - 2007-02-20
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"Estupefacto" is a collection of bizarre and uncategorizable comic strips from Lucas Varela. With collaborations from writers Carlos Trillo and Gustavo Sala, Varela takes you on a journey through his universe of excess talent and originality, leaving you utterly stunned. Other authors may feel envious of Varela's keen ability to create an addiction in his readers, as after reading this anthology, you'll likely wonder why you didn't think of these things yourself.