(1990)

Graphitti Designs, 1989 Series
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Price:
45.95 USD
Pages:
304
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
Graphitti Designs, Inc.
ISBN:
0-936211-21-0 Search at WorldCat
Format:
Hardcover; color; European Format

Issue Notes

Limited to 1500 copies, each one is signed by Jean Giraud / Moebius.


The End of the Trail (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as Moebius]
Inks:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as Moebius]
Colors:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as Moebius]

Genre:
adventure; western-frontier
Synopsis:
Blueberry on a horse contemplates the end of the trail.
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Jean Giraud
Inks:
Jean Giraud

Indexer Notes

Page signed by Jean Giraud.

Book Five: Angel Face (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / recap / 1 page (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Jean Giraud
Inks:
Jean Giraud
Colors:
?
Letters:
?

Genre:
western-frontier
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The Past Master (Table of Contents)

text article / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Jean-Marc Lofficier; Randy Lofficier

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Indexer Notes

Illustrated with small cover art reprint from Blueberry (Dargaud éditions, 1965 series) #17.

Book Five: Angel Face (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 Giraud; Jannick Dionnet
Letters:
Kenny Lopez; Phil Felix

Genre:
western-frontier
Characters:
Mike S. Blueberry [Mike S. Donovan]; Marmaduke "Angel Face" O'Hare; President Ulysses S. Grant, Tennessee Blake; Guffie Palmer; Art and Buck Singleton, Pinkerton Agents; soldiers; citizens; firemen; prostitutes
Synopsis:
Durango, Colorado, c. 1867. Angel Face intends to shoot President Grant as he speaks on the railroad platform. Blueberry, suspected as an assassin, plays cat and mouse in disguises and some help from locals. Braving house fires, ambushes, and gunfights, Blueberry foils Angel Face's assassination with a well-timed shot. As the villains flee on a highjacked train, Blueberry jumps aboard. Killing Blake, he knocks Angel Face face-first into the open firebox. The train crashes and Blueberry has vanished.
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Book Six: Broken Nose (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / comic story / 47 pages (report information)

Script:
Jean-Michel Charlier; Jean-Marc Lofficier (translator); Randy Lofficier (translator)
Pencils:
Jean Giraud [as GIR]
Inks:
Jean Giraud [as GIR]
Colors:
Evelyne Tran-Le
Letters:
Bill Oakley; Michael Heisler

Genre:
western-frontier
Characters:
Mike S. Blueberry, AKA Tsi-Na-Pah (Broken Nose); Chochise; Victorio; Chini; Indian Agent Tolson; Colonel Morton; Wild Bill Hickock; stagecoach passengers; cavalry soldiers; Apache tribespeople; Jedediah "Eggskull" Shrieber; Gog; Magog
Synopsis:
Apache Territory c. 1868. Apaches seize a stagecoach and fort without bloodshed under "Tsi-Na-Pah", "Broken Nose", AKA Blueberry living among the Apaches. Cochise is the wise elder, but Victorio is Blueberry's rival for command and the affections of Chini, the chief's daughter. Blueberry wins her an eagle while Victorio stages a one-man raid. Yet the Apaches must flee by descending ropes as the cavalry closes in. Victorio leads them back to fight, and Blueberry must warn the fort to save both American and Indian lives.
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Indexer Notes

Cochise, Victorio, and Wild Bill Hickock are real historical figures.

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / cover / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Jean Giraud
Inks:
Jean Giraud
Colors:
Jean Giraud

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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

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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.
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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 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:

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Jean Giraud
Inks:
Jean Giraud
Colors:
Jean Giraud

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The Last Hurrah (Table of Contents)

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

Script:
Jean-Marc Lofficier; Randy Lofficier

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Book Nine: The Last Card (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 Giraud; Fraysic
Letters:
Mike Heisler; Kenny Lopez

Genre:
adventure; western-frontier
Characters:
US Cavalry Lt. Mike S. Blueberry [Mike S. Donovan]; Jimmy McClure; Red Wooley; Senor Guzman; Lulubelle; Governor [formerly General] Vigo; General Portillo; President Juarez (mentioned); President Porfirio Diaz (mentioned); Marquis Albert De Listrac, AKA El Tigre; Federales; bandits; townsfolk
Synopsis:
Chihuahua, Mexico, 1872. Blueberry seeks General Vigo, who can clear his name of stealing the Confederate gold. Blueberry, Red, and Jimmy are arrested because Vigo is now Governor. They'll be shot, until, with President Juarez dead, Vigo is to be shot. Blueberry enlists El Tigre's gang to help Vigo escape over the wall and jump into a hayrick. They ride to a waterfall and cave behind, having left the doublecrossing El Tigre in the lurch. Blueberry uncovers Vigo's stash and a receipt for the Confederate gold signed by Juarez himself!
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Book Ten: The End of the Trail (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:
Janet Gale
Letters:
Bill Oakley; Jim Novak

Genre:
adventure; western-frontier
Characters:
General Dodge; Tennessee Blake; conspirators; Marmaduke "Angel Face" O'Hare; Warden Kelly; General "Golden Mane" Allister; soldiers; townsfolk; President Ulysses S. Grant
Synopsis:
Blueberry needs to clear his name and expose the conspirators out to assassinate President Grant. He gives General Dodge the receipt. In Alabama, he lures out Warden Kelly and learns of Delta Ranch in the Rockies. At the ranch, he's captured by the hideously scarred Angel Face. Red and Jimmy break him free, and they rush. The conspirators plan to blow up the tunnel as Grant's train passes. Blueberry bursts in and Grant is convinced when the tunnel blows. The conspirators are exposed and Mike Blueberry exonerated and rich. Next up - he's going to marry Chihuahua Pearl!
Reprints:

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

Blueberry / illustration / 1 page (report information)

Pencils:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as Moebius]
Inks:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as Moebius]
Colors:
Jean Giraud (signed) [as Moebius]

Genre:
western-frontier
Reprints:
Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. The End of the Trail
    Blueberry
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
  3. 2. Book Five: Angel Face
    Blueberry
  4. 3. The Past Master
  5. 4. Book Five: Angel Face
    Blueberry
  6. 5. Book Six: Broken Nose
    Blueberry
  7. 6. [no title indexed]
    Blueberry
  8. 7. Between the Cracks of History ...
  9. 8. Book Seven: The Long March
    Blueberry
  10. 9. Book Eight: The Ghost Tribe
    Blueberry
  11. 10. [no title indexed]
    Blueberry
  12. 11. The Last Hurrah
  13. 12. Book Nine: The Last Card
    Blueberry
  14. 13. Book Ten: The End of the Trail
    Blueberry
  15. 14. [no title indexed]
    Blueberry
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