The Adventures of Blake and Mortimer The Sarcophagi of the Sixth Continent, Part 1 by Yves Sente
  

The Adventures of Blake and Mortimer The Sarcophagi of the Sixth Continent, Part 1

Written by Yves Sente
Illustrated by Andre Juillard

RRP £7.99

Synopsis

The Adventures of Blake and Mortimer The Sarcophagi of the Sixth Continent, Part 1 by Yves Sente

Philip Mortimer spent his youth in the land of the Maharajas. He loves India, but his last visit there did not end well. Now, many years later, the famous Professor Mortimer is in charge of the British pavilion at the Brussels Universal Exposition. When strange phenomena begin disrupting preparations, Mortimer and his friend Blake set off on a trail that will take them to the sixth continent-to confront an old and unexpected enemy.

About the Author

Andre Juillard is a celebrated artist with a career spanning more than 35 years. He has worked on famous series such as Les Sept Vies de L'EpervierA and MasquerougeA and obtained the Grand Prix at the Angouleme festival in 1996. Yves Sente began writing scenarios in 1999 and has already acquired considerable clout, being chosen as successor to Van Hamme for the series ThorgalA and the sequel to XIIIA and working with Van Hamme on Blake & Mortimer.A

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Yves Sente
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

6th January 2011

ISBN

9781849180672


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