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    Can't recall if we talked about this yet but IDW-Euro comics is releasing another hc in September Jerome K. Jerome Bloche. Never heard about this but it looks good and so far I like the IDW-EC output. Again, it's weird that this and a lesser known Pratt book gets the hc treatment while Corto and Flight of the Raven (which is apparently the new hot #&@) or Dieter Lumpen only gets paperbacks. And sadly it seems like anything with colour is only oversized and not European sized like Corto. A little size uniformity would be nice especially with the cover prices of these books. (the next Corto volume is only like 64 pages but basically will cost the same as the previous ones).
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jerome-K-Bl...N%3D1631409026

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    Don't remember if it has been posted yet, but Thorgal will have the B&W complete hardcover collection treatment in France, starting this Month with vol 1 (includes 6 tomes). Some information and video of the book here (it is the editor Facebook page) https://www.facebook.com/EditionsNiffle/?pnref=story

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    got announced yesterday that NBM is reprinting this supposedly classic series called Mercenary. I said supposedly because I've never heard of it but it probably is a classic I'm just ignorant
    Anyway, 64 page albums, oversized but don't know yet what size exactly.
    https://www.amazon.com/MERCENARY-Def...QFQZK7T9PY9D0K

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    For those who want to give European comics a chance;
    Dark Horse has announced e Collected edition of Niourk on a large/European format.

    I have the Dutch language version (the 3 comics separately) - its definitely worth a try for those who love sci-fi.
    I think I will check this one out, I do not think a Dutch Collected Edition will come sone

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    Sounds pretty interesting, I'll keep an eye out for it.

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    The Megaladon lives! What more is there to say?
    Since a couple of months available.
    Translated by Humanoids; in the more traditional (American) format.
    Carthago.jpg

    A little bit of the artwork is lost with the smaller format.

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    I read one of the volumes recently, the one on Comixology and it is a fantastic series.

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    Anyone knows what happened to the Eurocomics USA Invasion facebook page? I've just noticed that it seems to have been deleted ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by theusher View Post
    Anyone knows what happened to the Eurocomics USA Invasion facebook page? I've just noticed that it seems to have been deleted ...
    Perhaps somebody complained?

    Eurocomics Invasion (IDW) & Europe Comics are awfully close in name

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    Quote Originally Posted by darthfrysk View Post
    Perhaps somebody complained?

    Eurocomics Invasion (IDW) & Europe Comics are awfully close in name
    I'm pretty sure Eurocomics Invasion was first and also they did nothing but promote literally every single Eurocomics release. Even ones written by American authors but published by publishers like Humanoids.

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    Yeah, I don't think they were affiliated with IDW's EuroComics imprint...

    In other news, Lion Forge will publish Fraternity by Juan Diaz Canales and José-Luis Munuera in 2018:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fraternity-...rds=lion+forge

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    I recently started learning Spanish. To continue to motivate myself i thought about looking into Spanish versions of European comics that haven't been reprinted in English.

    Are there Spanish albums of The Legends of Percevan? Or maybe Mickey Mouse and the Sword of Ice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mormegil View Post
    I recently started learning Spanish. To continue to motivate myself i thought about looking into Spanish versions of European comics that haven't been reprinted in English.

    Are there Spanish albums of The Legends of Percevan? Or maybe Mickey Mouse and the Sword of Ice?
    ˇBienvenidos!
    Check out amazon.es or amazon.com under the words “edition integral” or tapa dura.
    Rick Hochet (mystery/detective)
    Tanguy y Laverdure (French airplanrs)
    Buck Danny (American airplanes)
    Los Gringos (Mexican Revolution)
    Blueberry (western)
    Barbarroja (pirates)
    Adler (post ww2 adventure)
    Alix (roman times)
    Tramp (post ww2 adventures)
    Spirou y Fantasio (comedy adventures)

    As you can see there is a lot of variations and style��.
    The reason I love european comics.
    I collect the dutch-language versions, but not all are (yet) translated.
    For that reason I bought in spanish Buck Danny Integral 1 and Los Gringos.

    Exito with reading��

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    Quote Originally Posted by darthfrysk View Post
    ˇBienvenidos!
    Check out amazon.es or amazon.com under the words “edition integral” or tapa dura.
    Rick Hochet (mystery/detective)
    Tanguy y Laverdure (French airplanrs)
    Buck Danny (American airplanes)
    Los Gringos (Mexican Revolution)
    Blueberry (western)
    Barbarroja (pirates)
    Adler (post ww2 adventure)
    Alix (roman times)
    Tramp (post ww2 adventures)
    Spirou y Fantasio (comedy adventures)

    As you can see there is a lot of variations and style��.
    The reason I love european comics.
    I collect the dutch-language versions, but not all are (yet) translated.
    For that reason I bought in spanish Buck Danny Integral 1 and Los Gringos.

    Exito with reading��
    Muchas Gracias

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    Everyone send an email to cinebook and ask them to start translating Robin Dubois.

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