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10 thoughts on “Les Armes vivantes

  1. Caro the Helmet Lady Caro the Helmet Lady says:

    Back to good old silly and humorous, thanks god Also, tons of aliens Enjoyed this one quite a bit But not as much as previous ones that I rated 4 or 5 stars.


  2. Gianfranco Mancini Gianfranco Mancini says:

    An hilarious sci fi weird western parody issue with an original intellectual concept in the background Waging War to War.And Brittbrit the alien shapeshifter is the character who inspired Rihanna s Bubble in Besson s Valerian not so much good movie.Nice An hilarious sci fi weird western parody issue with an original intellectual concept in the background Waging War to War.And Brittbrit the alien shapeshifter is the character who inspired Rihanna s Bubble in Besson s Valerian not so much good movie.Nice


  3. Marie Marie says:

    A nice moment of female gaze when Laureline encounters the shape shifter and he shifts first into Valerian naked and then into Fred Astaire so she can dance with him There is a feminine diva whom I was surprised to find referred to has he and also Laureline DOES save the day in the end with common sense, after Valerian s scheme has to be abandoned and fought back against by Valerian of course and she DOES call him my hero but really I d have left him in the doghouse for an issue.


  4. StrictlySequential StrictlySequential says:

    A poignant examination of war orchestrated through theatre So much to think about philosophically while being entertained by a troupe of living weapons.I love Laureline as a person Her character is as good as ever here but she ALSO gets all dressed up as their presenter so I could also moon over her exquisite everything She ravishes me in her space suit as well which I m happy to say has finally lost the patronizing heels.The art is outstanding as always It s non conformist expressive qua A poignant examination of war orchestrated through theatre So much to think about philosophically while being entertained by a troupe of living weapons.I love Laureline as a person Her character is as good as ever here but she ALSO gets all dressed up as their presenter so I could also moon over her exquisite everything She ravishes me in her space suit as well which I m happy to say has finally lost the patronizing heels.The art is outstanding as always It s non conformist expressive quality endears me hypnotically


  5. Andrew Andrew says:

    This installment in the adventures of Valerian and Laureline allows artist Jean Claude Mezieres the opportunity to draw almost a wild west setting, with a desert planet resembling the landscapes of the American Southwest, and characters traveling by the equivalent of old covered wagons in space I have to admit that while I enjoyed the philosophy behind the story, I found the actual plot to feel a bit slight Overall, an enjoyable volume in an enjoyable series, but not one that particularly s This installment in the adventures of Valerian and Laureline allows artist Jean Claude Mezieres the opportunity to draw almost a wild west setting, with a desert planet resembling the landscapes of the American Southwest, and characters traveling by the equivalent of old covered wagons in space I have to admit that while I enjoyed the philosophy behind the story, I found the actual plot to feel a bit slight Overall, an enjoyable volume in an enjoyable series, but not one that particularly stands out


  6. Paul Foley Paul Foley says:

    In which Laureline joins the circus Cut off from Galaxity, their ship a bucket of bolts, Valerian attempts dealing with a warlord on a quest to fight the war that will end war wasn t that what WWI was supposed to be This isn t gonna end well The big lunk tries to keep this secret from Laureline By now he ought to know better Clever, historical, fun, beautifully and imaginatively illustrated as always, this book is pure joy.


  7. Pascale Pascale says:

    J ai beaucoup aim


  8. Peter Peter says:

    A bit boring story of Valerian and Laureline connecting with a group of misfits while a warring race of minotaur centaurs wages war Slow paced and expository.


  9. Tapani Aulu Tapani Aulu says:

    Aika puhdas fantasiavitsisarja t ll kertaa Paljon erilaisia alieneita ja n ttej maisemia Kevytt huttua, mutta hyv.


  10. Dbgirl Dbgirl says:

    There wasn t much sense in plot, but at least this was funny and looked very nice.


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Les Armes vivantes ➣ [Epub] ➝ Les Armes vivantes By Pierre Christin ➭ – Polishdarling.co.uk Val rian, le plus grand space op ra publi par des auteurs fran ais, nous entra ne dans un monde et un futur lointains Le duo est constitu d agents spatio temporels Val rian et Laureline C est bord d u Val rian, le plus grand space op ra publi par Les Armes Kindle - des auteurs fran ais, nous entra ne dans un monde et un futur lointains Le duo est constitu d agents spatio temporels Val rian et Laureline C est bord d un vaisseau affr t par Galaxity, capitale de l Empire Terrien, qu ils se d placent pour vivre des aventures hautes en couleur Les sc narios font d habiles clins d oeil notre poque, mettant en sc ne tyrans et dictateurs, souvent bien proches de ceux de notreme si cle.


10 thoughts on “Les Armes vivantes

  1. Caro the Helmet Lady Caro the Helmet Lady says:

    Back to good old silly and humorous, thanks god Also, tons of aliens Enjoyed this one quite a bit But not as much as previous ones that I rated 4 or 5 stars.


  2. Gianfranco Mancini Gianfranco Mancini says:

    An hilarious sci fi weird western parody issue with an original intellectual concept in the background Waging War to War.And Brittbrit the alien shapeshifter is the character who inspired Rihanna s Bubble in Besson s Valerian not so much good movie.Nice An hilarious sci fi weird western parody issue with an original intellectual concept in the background Waging War to War.And Brittbrit the alien shapeshifter is the character who inspired Rihanna s Bubble in Besson s Valerian not so much good movie.Nice


  3. Marie Marie says:

    A nice moment of female gaze when Laureline encounters the shape shifter and he shifts first into Valerian naked and then into Fred Astaire so she can dance with him There is a feminine diva whom I was surprised to find referred to has he and also Laureline DOES save the day in the end with common sense, after Valerian s scheme has to be abandoned and fought back against by Valerian of course and she DOES call him my hero but really I d have left him in the doghouse for an issue.


  4. StrictlySequential StrictlySequential says:

    A poignant examination of war orchestrated through theatre So much to think about philosophically while being entertained by a troupe of living weapons.I love Laureline as a person Her character is as good as ever here but she ALSO gets all dressed up as their presenter so I could also moon over her exquisite everything She ravishes me in her space suit as well which I m happy to say has finally lost the patronizing heels.The art is outstanding as always It s non conformist expressive qua A poignant examination of war orchestrated through theatre So much to think about philosophically while being entertained by a troupe of living weapons.I love Laureline as a person Her character is as good as ever here but she ALSO gets all dressed up as their presenter so I could also moon over her exquisite everything She ravishes me in her space suit as well which I m happy to say has finally lost the patronizing heels.The art is outstanding as always It s non conformist expressive quality endears me hypnotically


  5. Andrew Andrew says:

    This installment in the adventures of Valerian and Laureline allows artist Jean Claude Mezieres the opportunity to draw almost a wild west setting, with a desert planet resembling the landscapes of the American Southwest, and characters traveling by the equivalent of old covered wagons in space I have to admit that while I enjoyed the philosophy behind the story, I found the actual plot to feel a bit slight Overall, an enjoyable volume in an enjoyable series, but not one that particularly s This installment in the adventures of Valerian and Laureline allows artist Jean Claude Mezieres the opportunity to draw almost a wild west setting, with a desert planet resembling the landscapes of the American Southwest, and characters traveling by the equivalent of old covered wagons in space I have to admit that while I enjoyed the philosophy behind the story, I found the actual plot to feel a bit slight Overall, an enjoyable volume in an enjoyable series, but not one that particularly stands out


  6. Paul Foley Paul Foley says:

    In which Laureline joins the circus Cut off from Galaxity, their ship a bucket of bolts, Valerian attempts dealing with a warlord on a quest to fight the war that will end war wasn t that what WWI was supposed to be This isn t gonna end well The big lunk tries to keep this secret from Laureline By now he ought to know better Clever, historical, fun, beautifully and imaginatively illustrated as always, this book is pure joy.


  7. Pascale Pascale says:

    J ai beaucoup aim


  8. Peter Peter says:

    A bit boring story of Valerian and Laureline connecting with a group of misfits while a warring race of minotaur centaurs wages war Slow paced and expository.


  9. Tapani Aulu Tapani Aulu says:

    Aika puhdas fantasiavitsisarja t ll kertaa Paljon erilaisia alieneita ja n ttej maisemia Kevytt huttua, mutta hyv.


  10. Dbgirl Dbgirl says:

    There wasn t much sense in plot, but at least this was funny and looked very nice.


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