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Fabien Nury gets inspiration from Lovecraft stories and the archives from the 1920's Dry Law in the US to write a two-issues volume (what french editors like to call diptych) where he mixes the economical and social atmosphere of that decade with the world of the dead and necromancy. Penciller Jack Manini emphasizes the esoteric feeling with a lot of mute frames and, what a better place for a story like this one than New Orleans? 

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