Alix #13

    Alix » Alix #13 - Le Spectre de Carthage released by Casterman on January 1, 1977.

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    Le Spectre de Carthage last edited by jacdec on 11/25/21 11:18AM View full history

    First published in Le Journal de Tintin in 1976, then in album form by Casterman in 1977.

    Des faits étranges se passent dans l'antique Carthage. Du vieux palais d'Hamilcar, bâti sur un éperon rocheux et quasi détruit quelque 200 ans plus tôt, une boule de lumière semble y descendre certaines nuits pour ensuite disparaître dans et Enak, qui posent pour un scuplteur de renom, sont témoins d'un de ces faits qui font perdre la vie à un garde.



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    The Ghost of Carthage 0

    Brutus, leader of the Moloch cult in Le Tombeau Etrusque, is back with more child sacrifice madness and some facial scars from his run-in with that eagle! (Eagles were a stand-in for Jove/Zeus in Roman augury, get it?) Alix and Enak arrive at Carthage to pose nude for a statue of Castor and Pollux, but it was all just a ruse by the artist to get them naked in his studio! to come to Carthage! This story is very plot- and dialog-driven and that makes it hard for this non-French speaker to get the...

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