Entre comédie de mœurs et fable ironique, les affres mystico-sexuelles d'un professeur de philosophie déboussolé. PARUTION EN 1 VOLUME - ŒUVRE TERMINÉE L'univers du Professeur Mangel s'effondre : sa femme le quitte, il tombe de son piédestal de professeur vénéré à l'université, ses vieux démons reprennent le dessus et une de ses étudiantes le poursuit de son délire mystique. Avec un plaisir jubilatoire plutôt communicatif, Mœbius et Jodorowsky nous racontent les errances d'un prof de philo, en une fable délirante où il est question de visions mystiques, d'Immaculée Conception et de recherche de soi.
Author: Milo Manara
Publisher: Nbm Publishing Company
Frigid rich bitch Claudia gets a little implant in the right spot with a remote control. Turn the knob and voila! She's a hot cauldron of unleashed lust!
Professor Alan Mangel's journey of madness begins when he impregnates Elisabeth, a student, with what she believes is John the Baptist reincarnated. They meet and conspire with a following convinced in bringing forth the Second Coming of Christ. Are they delusional? Find out by diving into yet another Jodorowsky and Moebius (THE INCAL, THE EYES OF THE CAT) collaboration.
Before the Incal
Author: Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher: Humanoids, Incorporated
The prequel to ... The Incal, this story cycle recounts the youth of John Difool and the adventures that propelled him into his encounter with the mighty artifact known as the Incal.
A wildly original, fantastical adventure—and now an animated move, Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart—this international bestseller will charm readers of all ages. Edinburgh, 1874. Born with a frozen heart, Jack is near death when his mother abandons him to the care of Dr. Madeleine—witch doctor, midwife, protector of orphans—who saves Jack by placing a cuckoo clock in his chest. And it is in her orphanage that Jack grows up among tear-filled flasks, eggs containing memories, and a man with a musical spine. As Jack gets older, Dr. Madeleine warns him that his heart is too fragile for strong emotions: he must never, ever fall in love. And, of course, this is exactly what he does: on his tenth birthday and with head-over-heels abandon. The object of his ardor is Miss Acacia—a bespectacled young street performer with a soul-stirring voice. But now Jack’s life is doubly at risk—his heart is in danger and so is his safety after he injures the school bully in a fight for the affections of the beautiful singer. Now begins a journey of escape and pursuit, from Edinburgh to Paris to Miss Acacia’s home in Andalusia. Mathias Malzieu’s The Boy with the Cuckoo-Clock Heart is a fantastical, wildly inventive tale of love and heartbreak—by turns poignant and funny—in which Jack finally learns the great joys, and ultimately the greater costs, of owning a fully formed heart.
The White Lama
Author: Alexandro Jodorowsky, Georges Bess
Late 19th century Tibet. When the Grand Lama Mipam dies, the seeds of corruption are sown across the land. Raised by locals, Gabriel, the orphan of white explorers, is chosen as the reincarnation of the Grand Lama. Torn between two worlds, Gabriel must master the sacred ways, defeat his own personal demons and battle a great evil. He will need to enlist the aid of warrior monks, yetis and the Lord of Cats if he is to save his adopted country from utter devastation in this awe-inspiring tale of mystical adventure, martial arts and magic realism in the 'Land of Snows'.
The Red and the Black, Stendhal’s masterpiece, is the story of Julien Sorel, a young dreamer from the provinces, fueled by Napoleonic ideals, whose desire to make his fortune sets in motion events both mesmerizing and tragic. Sorel’s quest to find himself, and the doomed love he encounters along the way, are delineated with an unprecedented psychological depth and realism. At the same time, Stendhal weaves together the social life and fraught political intrigues of post–Napoleonic France, bringing that world to unforgettable, full-color life. His portrait of Julien and early-nineteenth-century France remains an unsurpassed creation, one that brilliantly anticipates modern literature.
Author: Alexandro Jodorowsky, Ladronn, Moebius
Visionary storyteller, Jodorowsky, returns to the epic mythology he created with the late Moebius over 30 years ago. This volume concludes the spiritual space adventures of everyman, John DiFool, as the universe faces the threat of an all-devouring metallic virus. The book contains both the original, unfinished After the Incal drawn by Moebius, as well as the complete 3-volume series, Final Incal illustrated by Ladronn.
The Fourth Power
Author: Juan Gimenez
A powerful cocktail of science fiction, humor, and social criticism written and drawn by the artist of The Metabarons: Juan Gimenez!
Author: Marcel Proust
Publisher: WS via PublishDrive
The final volume of Remembrance of Things Past chronicles the years of World War I, when, as M. de Charlus reflects on a moonlit walk, Paris threatens to become another Pompeii. Years later, after the war's end, Proust's narrator returns to Paris, where Mme. Verdurin has become the Princesse de Guermantes. He reflects on time, reality, jealousy, artistic creation, and the raw material for literature-his past life.
Author: Pierre Corneille
A Literal Translation, by ROSCOE MONGAN. 1896
The Shadow's Treasure
Author: Alexandro Jodorowsky, Francois Boucq
Publisher: Humanoids Incorporated
Limited edition of 750. Deluxe art book by two of Europe's biggest comic creators.
Author: Jean Racine
Publisher: Courier Dover Publications
False information, passionate love, and grim tragedy form the core of this time-honored classic by one of France's greatest playwrights. Based on Euripides' Hippolytus.
Author: Jean-Baptiste Poquelin Molière, Neil Bartlett
Publisher: Oberon Books
"He's a beast I tell you - a real animal" What happens when you've lived only for pleasure, and you finally run out of time? When you've broken every promise, outraged every decency and slept your way through half of Europe - where do you turn as the clock starts to tick towards midnight? Neil Bartlett's new translation brings out all the dark undercurrents of Molière's wickedly black comedy.
The most enjoyable, glamorous and gripping of all 19th-century autobiographies - a tumultuous account of France hit by wave after wave of revolutions Memoirs from Beyond the Tomb is the greatest and most influential of all French autobiographies - an extraordinary, highly entertaining account of a uniquely adventurous and frenzied life. Chateaubriand gives a superb narrative of the major events of his life - which spanned the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Era and the uneasy period that led up to the Revolution of 1830.