Spirou Adventure Down Under by Tome
  

Synopsis

Spirou Adventure Down Under by Tome

Spirou and Fantasio's friend, the Count of Champignac, asks them to join him in Australia, where he has heard that an ancient monolith is still standing. When they arrive, Champignac's colleague Walker Donahue informs them that Champignac has been abducted by local gangster Sam. The monolith they're after stands in the vicinity of an aboriginal mining village, which is constantly prey to white prospectors trying to steal indigenous resources. Spirou and Fantasio must save Champignac from Sam's clutches and help him find the legendary monolith while standing by the aboriginal people.

About the Author

Tome and Janry both assisted bande dessinee legends Francis, Dupa, Greg, Turk et de Groot before working together on the games pages of Spirou magazine. Together, they produced 14 Spirou et Fantasio volumes.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
46 pages

Author

Tome
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

10th January 2009

ISBN

9781849180115


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