The Journal of the BD – January 24, 2019 –
Make a list of the volumes sold during the past year; today begins the Festival of Angoulême, and then we talk about the exhibitions that you can find (even if you're not a fan of BD); and finally, here are three new volumes all to read.
January is often the time of the financial statements for the past year; so here we are to see what were the volumes sold in 2018; as you can see, the classics are by and manage to occupy the first positions; the only mention of The Arabic du Futur, which has been many times in the first place, so it is not surprising to see him in this ranking.
1) Les Aventures de Lucky Luke d'après Morris, tome 8, A cow-boy à Paris, Jul and Achdé, Lucky Comics
2) Blake et Mortimer, tome 25, The Vallée des Immortels, Yves Feels, Teun Berserik, and Peter Van Dongen, Dargaud
3) The Arabic du futur Volume 4, Une jeunesse au Moyen-Orient, (1987-1992), Riad Sattouf, Allary
4) Dans la combi de Thomas Pesquet , Thomas Pesquet and Marion Montaigne, Dargaud
5) Les Vieux Fourneaux, tome 5, Bons pour l'asile, Patrick Cauuet and Lupano Wilfrid, Dargaud
6) Astérix, tome 37, Astérix et la Transitalique , René Goscinny, Albert Uderzo, Didier Conrad and Jean-Yves Ferri, Albert René.
7) The Arabic du futur tome 1, Une jeunesse au Moyen-Orient (1978-1984), Riad sattouf, Allary
8) Les vieux fourneaux tome 1, Ceux qui restent, Patrick Cauuet and Lupano Wilfrid, Dargaud
9) Astérix Le secret de la potion magique, Uderzo and Goscinny, based on the film of Alexandre Astier and Louis Clichy, artwork by Fabrice Tarrin, Albert René
10) Les Légendaires: origines tome 5, Loot, Patrick Sobral and Nadou, Delcourt
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