Alpha - Volume 3 - The List

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Cinebook - Comics & Graphic Novels - 48 pages
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A document has surfaced, listing the names of American citizens who had shady dealings with the secret police of former East Germany. The CIA sends Alpha to escort its owner and his family, but some of the implicated people are influential and have a long reach, while other countries see in the list an opportunity to blackmail potential agents within the higher spheres of US power. It is a mission that will definitely not be a pleasure cruise...
 

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Contents

Section 1
4
Section 2
17
Section 3
18
Section 4
21
Section 5
26
Section 6
30
Section 7
31
Section 8
32
Section 9
38
Section 10
41
Section 11
45
Section 12
47
Section 13
49
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About the author (2013)

Belgium-born Mythic began a career as an artist after dabbling in children's theatre. He took part in many expositions in Belgium and abroad. In 1974, he was listed as one of the 10 best graphic designers of the 20th century. His writing career began first with several short-story compilations, then novels and bande dessinée (comic book) scenarios. He collaborated with Mark Hardy, Yann and Conrad, Rosinski and Disano. Mythic also wrote several "Natacha" scenarios for Walthery. For Le Lombard he writes the comical scenarios of "Gowap" and the semi-realistic adventures of "Rubine" Following the death in April 96 of writer Pascal Renard, Mythic takes over from tome 3 the hyper-realistic series "Alpha" with Yuri Jigounov. In 2004 the Belgium Chamber of BD Experts attributed the Grand Prix to Mythic for the scenario of "Premonitions".

Youri Jigounov was born in Moscow in 1967. From the age of five, he began devouring issues of Tintin magazine. He attended the Moscow Civil Aviation Academy, followed by two years of military service.In 1989, he published several short stories for a Moscow comic book studio. In 1994, Jigounov arrived in Belgium with only one destination address: Le Lombard publishers, which he had found in Tintin magazine. Yves Sente, chief editor, interviewed him and discovered a passionate young artist who had brought him a full, 46-page graphic novel: Les Lettres de Krivtsov, which he published soon after. Jigounov created with P. Renard the contemporary espionage series "Alpha," which shows a Russia adrift and wracked with the power struggles between secret agencies and crime syndicates. With the third book, Mythic took over the writing following Renard's death.

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