Grandville Bête Noire #1

    Grandville Bête Noire » Grandville Bête Noire #1 - Volume 3 released by Dark Horse Comics on December 2012.

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    Volume 3 last edited by Abra_Kapocus on 10/19/20 03:03PM View full history

    The baffling murder of a famed Parisian artist in his locked and guarded studio takes the tenacious Detective Inspector LeBrock of Scotland Yard and his faithful adjunct, Detective Ratzi, into the cutthroat Grandville art scene to track the mysterious assassin. As the body count mounts and events spiral out of control, the investigation points to Toad Hall, where a cabal of industrialists and fat cats plot the overthrow of the French State . . . by use of steam-driven automaton soldiers!



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    A mysterious cloaked murderer is lurking the streets of Paris, a city that's boiling with revolutionary ideas, disconfort and unhappyness, where the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer, where artists don't have a voice anymore, where automatons replace people's job, where crime is festering and the police don't have a clue of how to put an end to it. Bryan Talbot is back with another exciting and clever noir-sci-fi-thriller, mixing James Bond, Sherlock Holmes, History, Steamp...

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