Sotto Il Sole Di Mezzanotte Corto Maltese

Autore: Juan Díaz Canales
ISBN: 9788817083034
Grandezza: 46,48 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 8892
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Corto Maltese Sotto Il Sole Di Mezzanotte

Autore: Rubén Pellejero
Editore: Lizard
ISBN: 8858682513
Grandezza: 49,41 MB
Formato: PDF, Docs
Vista: 216
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Il ritorno del più grande antieroe del fumetto mondiale.

El Gaucho

Autore: Milo Manara
Editore: Comics Lit
ISBN: 9781561632244
Grandezza: 73,42 MB
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Vista: 1108
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The Man From The Great North

Autore: Hugo Pratt
Editore: IDW Publishing
ISBN: 9781684050581
Grandezza: 69,12 MB
Formato: PDF, Mobi
Vista: 9022
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Hugo Pratt, hailed as the "inventor of the literary comic strip," offers an provocative story whose protagonist is a seemingly wanton murderer, driven by a religious obsession with the absolute. First English language edition. Set in Canada around 1920 this provocative story deals with complex moral choices. Jesuit Joe, the protagonist, is of French-Canadian and Mohawk origin and is engaged in an obsessive religious search for the absolute, as he moves through the snowy wastelands of the region. He wears the red jacket of the Canadian Mounties that he found in a hut--which gives rise to a series of misunderstandings when he is mistaken for a member of the Canadian Mounted Police. His actions highlight his unusual ethical code and his disturbing and complex personality. He kills with terrible ease and shows an unmatched cruelty and ferocity, yet his mood suddenly shifts and he performs unexpected acts of kindness and compassion. All the while, he is tracked by his nemesis, Sergeant Fox, whose mission is to capture Jesuit Joe and bring him to justice. This is the first English language edition of Pratt's 1980 classic, and includes an incomplete second story of Jesuit Joe, plus Pratt's storyboards drawn for the movie version.

Ordinary Thunderstorms

Autore: William Boyd
Editore: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061966266
Grandezza: 62,32 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Vista: 824
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“William Boyd seems singularly blessed with both an innate love of storytelling and the talent to render those stories in swift, confident prose.” —The New York Times From William Boyd, award-winning author of Brazzaville Beach and Restless, comes a stunning literary mystery about crime and punishment: Ordinary Thunderstorms. One of the most accomplished writers of our time, Boyd has written a profound and gripping novel about the fragility of social identity, the corruption at the heart of big business, and the secrets that lie hidden in the filthy underbelly of every city.