By Grzegorz Rosinski, Jean Van Hamme
A los angeles mort de Leif Haraldson,Gandalf-le-fou devient chef desVikings et chasse Thorgal duvillage. Seule une petite fille lesupplie de rester... Un albumfondateur sur l. a. jeunesse et ledestin d'Aaricia.A l. a. mort de Leif Haraldson,Gandalf-le-fou devient chef desVikings et chasse Thorgal duvillage. Seule une petite fille lesupplie de rester... Un albumfondateur sur los angeles jeunesse et ledestin d'Aaricia..
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