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De bacterieplaag

2008

Lanfeust van de sterren: Information on the Catawiki site about De bacterieplaag, 2008.
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Catawiki number: 139321
Category: Comic Books
Title: De bacterieplaag
Series / hero: Lanfeust van de sterren
Collection / set: L publications
Issue Number: 5
Addition to number:  
Artist: Tarquin, Didier
Writer / scripter: Pelinq, Christophe (Scotch Arleston, Christophe Arleston)
Publisher: LIcon-information
Release Year: 2008
Cover Type: Soft cover
Print Run: First edition
Colouring: Coloured
ISBN: 978-90-245-2964-3
Number produced:  
Number of Pages: 52
Dimensions: 22.00 x 29.00 cm
Type: AlbumIcon-information
Language / dialect: Dutch
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Inkleuring: Guth, Claude
Submission date: 20-10-2008 20:35:03
Submitted by: Arco
Last updated on: 24-05-2016 21:18:00
Last updated by: Dennegeur
Catawiki Catalogue value
Mint: € 9.00
Fine: € 7.00
Good: € 4.50
Fair: € 2.20
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Story title: De bacterieplaag
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Series / hero: Lanfeust van de sterren
Artist: Tarquin, Didier
Writer / scripter: Pelinq, Christophe (Scotch Arleston, Christophe Arleston)
   
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