La Jeunesse De Blueberry, Tome 1
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La Jeunesse De Blueberry, Tome 1 (La jeunesse de Blueberry #1)

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48 pages
Published by Dargaud (first published 1975)
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The first collection of Young Blueberry collects the first three chapters of Jean-Michel Charlier and Jean Giraud's companion series to their masterful Blueberry series. As the title implies, it is a prequel to the regular series (and has remained so in the albums Charlier did without Giraud too and even in the albums done without the contribution of either of the two creators), which provides the back story for Southerner Michael Steven Donovan, a.k.a. Blueberry, and also chronicles his partici...more
Mike Jensen
This book was highly recommended, but I cannot highly recommend it. The story is too recycled to satisfy, yet the telling is fresh and well-done. It is probably best read by those with a soft-spot for Western graphic novels created in Europe, and not the rest of us. Entertaining, but forgettable.
Retombée en enfance.
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Jean-Michel Charlier was a Belgian script writer best known as a writer of realistic European comics. He was a co-founder of the famed European comics magazine Pilote.
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