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Complainte des Landes Perdues
Art: Grzegorz Rosinski
Script: Jean Dufaux
When the Lament is heard again, the heir to the kingdom will rise...
|1. 1993 56p.||Sioban|
Lament of the Lost Moors #1: Siobhan
ISBN: 9781849181693 (64p.) (2013) Format: Softcover
The land of Eruin Dulea is ruled by a powerful and merciless sorcerer. A generation ago, he defeated his last challenger to the throne, Wulf, in a titanic battle. Wulf's widow, Lady O'Mara, and his daughter Siobhan can finally stop hiding, though. By marrying Lord Blackmore, Lady O'Mara places herself under his protection. But Siobhan is a strong-willed young woman, more at ease with a sword than a spinning wheel, and Blackmore might not be all that he seems to be.
|2. 1994 62p.||Blackmore|
Lament of the Lost Moors #2: Blackmore
As: 'Lament of the Lost Moors'
ISBN: 9781849181877 (64p.) (2014) Format: Softcover
After her mother's marriage to the mysterious Lord Blackmore, Siobhan, last descendant of the Kings of Sudenne, is now supposed to be safe from the hostility of the sorcerer who rules the country. Too many mysteries remain, though, and the land itself calls for justice and the Lament of the Lost Moors to be heard. Will the young woman be able to avenge her father and defeat evil - and at what price?
|3. 1996 52p.||Dame Gerfaut|
Lament of the Lost Moors #3: Lady Gerfaut
ISBN: 9781849182706 (56p.) (2015) Format: Softcover
Time has passed in Eruin Dulea. Siobhn reigns with wisdom and compassion. One day, during a trip with her protector Samus, she meets Kyle of Klanach, a minor nobleman haunted by his family's dishonour, whose charm doesn't leave her indifferent. Unfortunately, the evil Lady Gerfaut is plotting to place her own son in power. And what better way to do this than a marriage, even if it requires black magic to arrange?
|4. 1998 54p.||Kyle of Klanach|
|5. 2004 54p.||Moriganes||Art: Philippe Delaby|
|6. 2008 54p.||Le Guinea Lord||Art: Philippe Delaby | Color: Jérémy (as Jérémy Petiqueux)|
|7. 2012 54p.||La Fée Sanctus||Art: Philippe Delaby | Color: Bérengère Marquebreucq|
|8. 2014 54p.||Sill Valt||Art: Philippe Delaby, Jérémy | Color: Sébastien Gérard, Bérengère Marquebreucq|