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Real: Didier Swysen
|1||2005||46p.||L'orgueil||Art: Didier Pagot | Script: Alcante | Color: Christophe Araldi|
Pandora's Box #1: Pride
ISBN: 9781905460816 (48p.) (2009) Format: Softcover
Vanity, cloning and the myth of Narcissus: when the race for power overrules ethical probity. In the US, the Presidential campaign heats up. Narcissus Shimmer, who is campaigning for re-election as head of State, leads all the polls. Ron Grubb, a private investigator, is hired by the opposition to dig out the dirt on Narcissus Shimmer and bring him down. Grubb discovers a baby shrouded in secret, whose birth was monitored by one of the country's leading biotechnologists. Has Grubb discovered the first human clone? Will the most powerful man on earth, Narcissus Shimmer, be dethroned?
|2||2005||46p.||La paresse||Art: Vujadin Radovanovic | Script: Alcante | Color: Usagi|
Pandora's Box #2: Sloth
ISBN: 9781849180061 (48p.) (2009) Format: Softcover
Sloth, doping and the Trojan War: What is the price to pay for a gold medal at the Olympics? Paris Troy is a sprinter whose 100m record has remained undefeated for nine years. He has never cheated before, but now, as the Istanbul Olympic Games approach, a bad injury hinders his performance and a newcomer, Ace, is threatening his dominance. Paris finds it increasingly difficult to push himself to improve his time, so when his brother suggests doping, Paris is tempted. Will the runner let this highly destructive element into his life? What price is he ready to pay for victory? Is victory "real" when achieved with chemical help?
|3||2005||50p.||La gourmandise||Art: Steven Dupré | Script: Alcante | Color: Usagi|
Pandora's Box #3: Gluttony
ISBN: 9781849180191 (48p.) (2010) Format: Softcover
Teze has been appointed head of a food agency by his father, who trusts him to stand up to big business interests. He notices a sudden recent resurgence in the number of tests done to determine the presence of mad cow disease. So far, all the results have been negative, but the fact that this testing is happening on such a huge scale sends alarm bells ringing. Teze now has to deal with the interests of the intensive farming lobby. He becomes increasingly frustrated by the fact that several of the big companies are trying to influence his thinking and to convince him to let them off the hook. Teze stands firm and introduces an even more stringent form of testing. This time, the results seem to point to a new, more virulent strain of mad cow disease. Could man's gluttony be at the heart of the problem?
|4||2005||46p.||La luxure||Art: Roland Pignault | Script: Alcante | Color: Usagi|
|5||2005||46p.||L'avarice||Art: Erik Juszezak | Script: Alcante | Color: Usagi|
Pandora's Box #4: Greed
ISBN: 9781849180474 (48p.) (2010) Format: Softcover
John Midas is a financial genius. For years he's made a killing on the stock market. He's one of the richest men on earth... and on Wall Street, he's a legend. The only thing he loves more than money is his daughter, who lives a simple life away from his gold-plated world. Now Midas has his eye set on Brazil and its currency-but fate may not let him pull off his scheme without extracting a steep price.
|6||2005||52p.||L'envie||Art: Alain Henriet | Script: Alcante | Color: Usagi|
Pandora's Box #5: Envy
ISBN: 9781849180795 (48p.) (2011) Format: Softcover
Tibor and Eva work at Synapse, a corporation specialised in advanced software engineering. One day, a simple industrial accident throws their lives into chaos. Who is the beautiful mathematician Alicia Pallas, founder of Synapse? The sinister Blacksmith, who relentlessly hunts Eva and Tibor? The rich and powerful Mr King, who seems to be pulling all the strings? And, more importantly, who are Tibor and Eva themselves, and what terrible purpose is hidden behind their existence?
|7||2006||52p.||La colère||Art: Damour | Script: Alcante | Color: Usagi|
|8||2006||54p.||L'espérance||Art: Didier Pagot | Script: Alcante | Color: Christophe Araldi|
|4||2011||54p.||Colonel Amos||Art: François Boucq | Script: Alcante|