Blake & Mortimer 16: The Secret of the Swordfish, Part 2

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1st English Edition

By Edgar P. JACOBS
287 x 217 mm. 64pp Suitable for: 10+ years.
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Three men on the run from an evil empire are the world's only hope for freedom.

Fleeing the devastation of World War III, Blake, Mortimer and Nasir have been trying to reach a secret base with the blueprints for a new weapon, the Swordfish. But the forces of the Yellow Empire are hot on their trail, and soon Mortimer is captured. While Blake works tirelessly at coordinating the various resistance movements on the planet, the professor is forced to endure captivity, threats and torture from their eternal enemy, Olrik.

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.

'There is an utterly charming officious Britishness in this Franco-Belgian comic book with carefully drawn and thought-out characters and situations. It is a bit like a more polite version of an Indiana Jones adventure'. [JT Lindroos, Bookgasm]

(9781849181617)

SKU 9781849181617
Barcode # 9781849181617
Brand Cinebook
Artist / Author Edgar P. JACOBS

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