Buck Danny 1: Night of The Serpent

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1st English Edition

By Francis BERGESE
287 x 217 mm. 48pp Suitable for: 8+ years.
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American fighter pilot, Buck Danny, heads over to Korea at the height of the Cold War.

An American pilot is shot down at the border between North and South Korea. While his colleagues cover up the whole incident to avoid a diplomatic disaster, Buck Danny is in charge of bringing the pilot back to the US.

In the heart of the hostile jungle, a lethal game of hide-and-seek begins. Can Buck Danny find the American pilot before the North Koreans?

From the bloody episodes of WWII in the Pacific to the most modern developments in aviation, going from adventure to adventure, the aviator Buck Danny and his colleagues cross a half-century of American and world history.

Joining an extraordinarily accurate sense of detail with the inspiration of great epics, Buck Danny's adventures keep us in suspense and show us the hidden side of global geopolitics.

The adventures of Buck Danny are a creation of Georges Troisfontaines, Victor Hubinon and Jean-Michel Charlier. The series was created for the magazine Spirou shortly after World War II, and was first published on January 2, 1947. After Hubinon's death in 1978, the drawing of the series was taken over by Francis Bergèse, who also took over the writing after Charlier passed away 11 years later.


SKU 9781905460854
Barcode # 9781905460854
Brand Cinebook
Artist / Author Francis BERGESE

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