Clifton 7 Days to Die by De Groot, Luke Spear


Clifton 7 Days to Die by De Groot, Luke Spear

Imagine a supercomputer that is perfect in every respect, recently acquired by the Intelligence Service. It chooses people to eliminate, supplies all the information about the target and sends the killers. Terribly efficient! But it is only a machine, one that isn't protected from user error. Through the clumsiness of a tech expert, Colonel Clifton is targeted as the next victim for killers!

About the Author

De Groot and Turk began their collaboration in 1968. The first comics they co-authored was Archimede, which appeared in Spirou magazine. They then started the Robin Dubois series and, in 1972, they took over the very successful Clifton series, originally created by Raymond Macherot. They have also co-authored the renowned Leonard series. Authors Reside: Turk: Belgium De Groot: Belgium

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48 pages


De Groot, Luke Spear
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Publication date

15th June 2006



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