A Head for Crime, written and drawn...
A Head for Crime, written and drawn by Franquin, is the eighth album in the Spirou and Fantastico series. It comes along with the Marsupilami short story Don't Touch the Robins.
Warning: Last items in stock!
|Dimensions (cm) :||29.6 (H) x 22.1 (W) x 0.45 (D) x 0.28kg|
|Author :||André Franquin|
|Type :||Glossy Cover (Paperback)|
A Head for Crime: Due to a few missing passport photos, Fantastico finds himself framed as the thief of an invaluable Egyptian gold mask. Appearing completely guilty, he is forced to flee from the law, attempting escape from the city disguised as a competing bicyclist in the 6 day mountain endurance race Tour de Midiville, leaving Spirou alone with the tough task of exposing the real villains, and clearing Fantastico's name.
Don't Touch the Robins: Describes the Marsupilami's close relationship with little birds, while vacationing in the Count of Champignac's castle park.
No customer reviews for the moment.