Melusine Love Potions by Gilson


Melusine Love Potions by Gilson

Melusine decides to make love potions, but she'd better be careful: One too many drops of libidinous toad's saliva and the decoction will be explosive; minus three hairs off an enamoured bat and the charming prince will become a hideous monster.

About the Author

Francois Gilson has contributed to Spirou magazine and, in 1990, he created Garage Isidor,A a series illustrated by Olis. In 1995, he teamed up again with his old friend Clarke, with whom he'd published a fanzine called Cafard in high school, and created Melusine.A Clarke (Frederic Seron) has collaborated with Gilson on many albums and is a regular contributor to Spirou magazine and Fluide Glacial, a very popular French magazine of humorous comics.

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46 pages


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Publication date

10th January 2009



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