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Son prénom est le nom d'un serpent. Naja est une femme froide. Elle n'éprouve jamais aucun sentiment. Elle est insensible à la douleur. Naja est la tueuse n°3 d'un truand nommé Zéro. Quand le tueur n°1 d'une organisation a un contrat sur le n°3, comment réagit le n°2 ? Suite à cette rencontre. musclée, Naja va opérer sa deuxième mue. La première avait eu lieu à Liverpool ...more
Hardcover, First Edition, 48 pages
Published March 21st 2008 by Dargaud
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Jamie
Oct 04, 2016 Jamie rated it it was ok
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Disclaimer: Received a copy for free from NetGalley

I’m pretty divided on this one. It starts off pretty strongly but drops off a bit the more it went on. Naja is an interesting protagonist – an assassin working for a crime lord who for some unknown reason is unable to feel pain. The story starts rolling when another assassin decides he wants to get rid of her. The story’s entire premise I find to be rather promising and I definitely want to know more about both Naja and the organization she work
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Jean-David Morvan is a French comic author, best known as the creator of the Sillage/Wake series.

After studying arts at the Institut Saint-Luc in Brussels, he first tried being a graphic artist, but eventually settled for writing instead.

His main series are 'Spirou and Fantasio', 'Sir Pyle' and 'Merlin', all with José Luis Munuera, and 'Sillage', with Philippe Buchet.
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