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Kyle Strahm comic

Polina

Polina

As a very young girl, Polina Oulinov is taken on as a special pupil by the famous ballet teacher Professor Bojinsky. He is very demanding and refuses to adapt his standards to the talents of his pupils, and Polina has to work hard and make great sacrifices in order to reach the level Bojinsky senses she has the talent for. When she graduates and is admitted to the official theatre school, she discovers that Bojinsky's view of ballet is only one of many and that she can't adapt to new rules, new visions. She flees Russia for Berlin, where she meets a group of drama students. Together they create a new form of theatre - and conquer the world. Brilliantly drawn, Polina is a moving and intimate story of self-discovery. It confirms Bastien Vives as one of the most exciting talents at work in the graphic novel field today.

For the Empire

For the Empire

Glorim Cortis is a military celebrity in the Imperial army. The Empire has conquered many known lands, but not yet any unknown. This is the mission entrusted by the emperor to Glorim and his squadron. Once they cross the final frontier of mapped Imperial territories, this group of elites rides their way through a series of intense emotions spanning from doubt to fear. One thing is for sure: as the new map’s outlines slowly take shape, their expedition will lead to things that none of them were expecting…

Last Man

Last Man

The Games are already underway when Richard Aldana arrives in town. This mysterious stranger seems to have more in common with our world than the world where the Games are held. He smokes cigarettes and wears a leather jacket while everyone else in this medieval realm is casting spells and weaving tapestries. Nobody knows what to make of him, but when Aldana enrolls in the games he quickly becomes a top contender. Eschewing magic and using only his martial arts prowess, Aldana also befriends and protects a small boy for reasons as mysterious as his origins. Who will win the games? Who is Richard Aldana, really? And what is the ultimate purpose of this gruelling gladiatorial contest?

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