The Bluecoats Navy Blues by Raoul Cauvin
  

Synopsis

The Bluecoats Navy Blues by Raoul Cauvin

This humorous series on the American Civil War centres around two cavalrymen in the Unionist Army: Cornelius Chesterfield, a zealous and devoted sergeant and Corporal Blutch, a reluctant soldier, highly critical of authority and who always tries to eschew yet another senseless battle. This highly comical duo does what it can to escape the often obtuse military mindset, absurd orders and the madness of war. In this volume, the Sergeant obeys the Captain for the first time and ends up in the Marine...

About the Author

Raoul Cauvin continues to be very successful with the public and sought after by artists, currently writing 11 different series. In 2006 alone, he had six series on the bestselling new comics list of the ABCD, with Cedric securing the fourth spot with 288,900 albums and Les Tuniques Bleues at ten with 184,800 copies. Lambil released his first comic, Sandy, in 1959. In 1972, after the death of the original artist on The Bluecoats, Lambil was asked to continue the series. He has drawn over 40 volumes of the series.

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Format

Paperback
46 pages

Author

Raoul Cauvin
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Publication date

5th March 2009

ISBN

9781905460823


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