Blake & Mortimer 11: The Gondwana Shrine

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1st English Edition

Yves SENTE
Illustrated by André Juillard. Based on the characters of E.P. Jacobs

287 x 217 mm. 64pp Suitable for: 10+ years.
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The search for a long-lost civilisation will turn up ties with Antarctica - in more ways than one.

Several months after their adventures in Antarctica, Blake and Mortimer are back in England. Still somewhat shaken after his ordeal, the professor is ordered by his doctor to get some rest. In typical Mortimer fashion, he decides to spend his holidays in Africa ... looking for a lost civilisation! Accompanied by Nastasia Wardynska and an old flame of his, he begins tracking down a culture that is older than any ever recorded - but someone is dogging their every step ...

Key Points:
  • Published in English for the first time
  • Suitable for children and adults alike
  • Blake and Mortimer are legendary graphic novel heroes, with more than 12 million volumes sold worldwide
  • Their adventures, originally published in Tintin magazine, share many characteristics with Hergé's hero, who is the subject of Steven Spielberg's film.

(9781849180948)

SKU 9781849180948
Barcode # 9781849180948
Brand Cinebook
Artist / Author Yves SENTE

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