Iznogoud Iznogoud and the Jigsaw Turk by Goscinny
  

Synopsis

Iznogoud Iznogoud and the Jigsaw Turk by Goscinny

Imagine a puzzle. A magic puzzle. It features the head of a Turk, it's big and complicated, and when you finish assembling it, the person you think about at that moment is smashed into a thousand pieces! Now, imagine how many ways things can go wrong if Iznogoud of all people tries to use that puzzle, hmm? Sirens, shrinking potions, magic calendars - All fantastic opportunities for disasters to occur - and hilarity to ensue!

About the Author

Rene Goscinny, also the author of Lucky Luke and creator of Asterix, is one of the most-read French writers in the world, with around 500 million books sold. Jean Tabary started his career in 1956 at the French comics magazine Vaillant - later renamed Pif - for which he drew Richard et Charlie, Totoche and Corinne et Jeannot before starting his long-lasting collaboration with Goscinny in 1962.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Goscinny
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Publication date

7th August 2014

ISBN

9781849182096


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