Alone - The Clan of the Shark by Fabien Vehlmann

Alone - The Clan of the Shark

Written by Fabien Vehlmann
Illustrated by Bruno Gazzotti
Part of the Alone Series


Alone - The Clan of the Shark by Fabien Vehlmann

The five Campton children are travelling to neighbouring cities by bus, desperately looking for other living humans. All they find are deserted settlements, burned forests and packs of feral dogs...Until one day they discover an amusement park filled with kids, all found and gathered by Saul, the owner's son. A strange, authoritarian child who worships the park's great white shark, and whose arbitrary rules are not at all to the taste of the newcomers -

About the Author

Fabien Vehlmann got into comics by flooding Spirou Magazine with proposed scripts until he was accepted. Since then he's proven his mettle with such hits as Green Manor and a Spirou one-off, before becoming in 2009 the new official team for Dupuis' flagship series with Yoann. Bruno Gazzotti started by doing odd jobs at Spirou Magazine, eventually becoming Tome and Janry's assistant on Little Spirou . In 1990 he takes over the art on SODA , a highly successful series that will make him a household name.

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48 pages


Fabien Vehlmann
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Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

1st May 2015



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