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Showing posts with label gallimard. Show all posts
Showing posts with label gallimard. Show all posts

9.8.13

Fatale

Manchette. Gallimard. 1977. Cover Tardi.

8.5.13

Les fakirs et leurs secrets


Yvon Yva. L'Air du Temps. Gallimard. 1963.

5.9.11

Le mystère du Dr Fu-Manchu

Sax Rohmer. Coll. Détective. Librairie Gallimard. 1936.

2.8.11

La Bandera

Pierre Mac Orlan. Gallimard. Collection Succès. 1931.

10.6.11

Sueurs chaudes

Helen Eustis. Cible. Gallimard. Belvédère. 1964.

13.7.10

Un Martien sur la Terre


Oscar J. Friend. The kid from Mars. Le Rayon Fantastique. Gallimard. 1953.

30.5.10

Tape-cul - Rumble Tumble


Joe R. Lansdale. Série Noire. Gallimard. 2004.

30.1.10

Clarence Cooper - La scène


Gallimard. 1969. Coll. Poche Noire

7.2.09

Le crime ne paie pas - Crime does not pay





Yes, crime does not pay... sometimes ! The "Trois monstres" ("Three monsters") cover is due to Jean-Albert Carlotti (1909-2002). Jean-Albert Carlotti is best known as a painter, but he has also been active as an illustrator for the press. Born in Lyon, he started out illustrating novels for magazines like Marius and Le Hérisson in 1932. In 1950, he began a collaboration with the newspaper France-Soir, and became one of the main illustrators for the vertical strips 'Amours Célèbres' and 'Le Crime ne Paie pas', which were written by Paul Gordeaux and Robert Mallat.

7.3.08

Série Noire - Promotional material



I don't know how old is that stuff...I think it must be dated from the 80's...It looks like a good old Série Noire but when you open it, you find 3 real cal.12 cases...Inside them, sheets with the history of the Série Noire.