(1990)

Marvel, 1989 Series
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Price:
12.95 USD; 16.95 CAD
Pages:
100
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Epic Comics
Brand:
e; Epic Graphic Novel
ISBN:
0-87135-580-9 Search at WorldCat
Barcode:
02488523470101
Editing:
Margaret Clark; Marie Javins; Claudine Giraud (Consulting Editor); David Scroggy (Consulting Editor); Jean-Marc Lofficier (Editor Starwatcher Graphics); Randy Lofficier (Editor Starwatcher Graphics); Carl Potts (Executive Editor)
Color:
Color
Dimensions:
10.87" x 8.25" (27.6 cm x 20.9 cm)
Binding:
Softcover
Publishing Format:
Graphic Novel

Issue Notes

Robbin Brosterman is Designer. "With special thanks to Jacques DeMeester, Edward Murr, Chris Eliopoulous, & Steve Alexandrov."

Full indicia is: "Epic(R) Graphic Novel: Blueberry 4 - Angel Face(TM). [Obviously an errata and should be] Epic(R) Graphic Novel: Blueberry 4 - The Ghost Tribe(TM).] Story and Art Copyright (C) 1982 Editions Novedi, Jean-Michel Charlier & Jean Giraud. Translations & Text Copyright (C) 1990 Starwatcher Graphics. All rights reserved... trademark of Jean-Michel Charlier & Jean Giraud. Originally printed by Dargaud Editeur. Printed in USA."

Contains language, violence, and torture.


The Ghost Tribe (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Jean Giraud [as Moebius]
Inks:
Jean Giraud [as Moebius]
Colors:
?

Genre:
western-frontier
Synopsis:
An Apache warrior watches "Long Knives" (US Cavalry) pass in a canyon.
Reprints:

The Ghost Tribe (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / recap / 1 page (report information)

Script:
?
Colors:
?
Letters:
typeset

[The Ghost Tribe] (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / cover reprint (on interior page) / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Jean Giraud [as Gir] (signed, painted)
Inks:
Jean Giraud [as Gir] (signed, painted)
Colors:
Jean Giraud [as Gir] (signed, painted)

Genre:
western-frontier
Reprints:
Reprint Note before Migration:
  • from Blueberry (Dargaud éditions, 1965 Series) #20

Between the Cracks of History ... (Table of Contents)

foreword, introduction, preface, afterword / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Jean-Marc Lofficier; Randy Lofficier
Pencils:
Jean Giraud
Inks:
Jean Giraud
Colors:
?
Letters:
typeset

Reprints:

Indexer Notes

Foreword illustrated with small cover art from Blueberry (Dargaud éditions, 1965 Series) #18.

Book Seven: The Long March (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / comic story / 46 pages (report information)

Script:
Jean-Michel Charlier; Jean-Marc Lofficier (translator); Randy Lofficier (translator)
Pencils:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as GIR]
Inks:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as GIR]
Colors:
Evelyne Tran-Le
Letters:
Kenny Lopez; Phil Felix

Genre:
western-frontier
Characters:
US Cavalry Lt. Mike S. Blueberry [Mike S. Donovan]; Red Wooley; Jimmy McClure; Chini; Victorio; Chiricahua Apache tribespeople; Chihuahua Pearl; Stanton; soldiers; townsfolk; Jedediah "Eggskull" Shrieber, Gog and Magog (dogs); Cochise (mentioned); Wild Bill Hickock
Synopsis:
Continuing... Red and Jimmy seek Blueberry and find Chihuahua Pearl. Blueberry is held at Fort Bowie to be tried in Durango. He bids goodbye to his love, Chini. She sneaks into Victorio's camp and urges the Apaches flee and find Cochise and the rest of the tribe. Pearl sneaks Blueberry a gun, the Apaches steal the escort's horses, and they're off! The Army surrounds the territory, but Blueberry and the Apaches bluff, then steal an entire train and ride to freedom - and to find their tribe.
Reprints:
Reprint Note before Migration:
  • from Blueberry (Dargaud éditions, 1965 Series) #19

Book Eight: The Ghost Tribe (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / comic story / 46 pages (report information)

Script:
Jean-Michel Charlier; Jean-Marc Lofficier (translator); Randy Lofficier (translator)
Pencils:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as GIR]
Inks:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as GIR]
Colors:
Jean "Moebius" Giraud; Claudine Giraud
Letters:
Phil Felix; Bill Oakley

Genre:
western-frontier
Characters:
Mike S. Blueberry; Cochise; Apache tribespeople; soldiers; townsfolk
Synopsis:
Cochise and the Apaches are dying of cold and hunger at San Carlos. Blueberry and crew and Victorio's warriors dodge soldiers to liberate the tribe. Then it's a race to the Mexican border. Faking telegraph signals, surviving shootouts, carrying the elderly, planting tripwires and dynamite, and accepting sacrifice from the eldest warriors, helps the tribe finally escape to Mexico. Here Blueberry bids farewell to Chini and Victorio. He's off to seek justice and clear his name!
Reprints:
Reprint Note before Migration:
  • from Blueberry (Dargaud éditions, 1965 Series) #20
Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. The Ghost Tribe
    Blueberry
  2. 1. The Ghost Tribe
    Blueberry
  3. 2. [The Ghost Tribe]
    Blueberry
  4. 3. Between the Cracks of History ...
  5. 4. Book Seven: The Long March
    Blueberry
  6. 5. Book Eight: The Ghost Tribe
    Blueberry
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