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Collection of stories. Listed in quotes is the story's name by the credited artist's name.

"Harzac" - Jean "Moebius" Giraud

"Approaching Centauri" - Philippe Druillet and Jean "Moebius" Giraud

"Den" - Richard Corben

"The Prince Of Mist: I. Arrival; II. Discovery; III. Conception and Creation; IV. Epilogue" - Walter C. F. Perry and Jean-Michel Nicollet (not a comic story but a text excerpt along with a single illustration)

"World Apart" - E. E. Davis

"1996" - Chantal Montellier

"Nep Simo" - Alain Voss

"Harzakc" - Jean "Moebius" Giraud

"Conquering Armies" - Jean-Claude Gal and Jean-Pierre Dionnet

"Sunpot: Ch. 5 and 6" - Vaughn Bodé and Jack Adler

"The Golden Queen: A Border Ballad" - Serge Bihannic and Philippe Druillet

"The Long Tomorrow" - Dan O'Bannon and Jean "Moebius" Giraud

"Crossroads Of The Universe" - Enki Bilal

"Harzack" - Jean "Moebius" Giraud



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The Good: This volume gives us the continuation of Den, which is still going on very strong. In addition to concluding Arzach this issue we also a story from Phillippe Druillet & Moebius called Approaching Centauri, which - while short, has excellent writing and excellent art. Additionally, we get the first installment of Dan O'Bannon & Moebius' Sci-Fi Hard Boiled detective story The Long Tomorrow, which is also incredibly well written, and incredibly well drawn.   The Bad: 1996 conti...

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