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Monsieur Jean is back in this stand-alone volume, published in English for the very first time! At once continuing the adventures of our favorite Parisian bachelor and that of his entourage, this beautifully designed two-tone title also further explores the dreams and nostalgia that invariably come with adulthood.

In these stories, that happen during the halfway of the third Monsieur Jean-album and the beginning of the fourth, Jean is tormented by three goons who he imagines, he and his friends have to spend time in an awkward birthday party and also other things. Plus, Felix sulks and philosophies.

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Almost everyone act like jerks. 0

This is my 36. CV-review...I`ve written three today, and I`m exhausted with it...What I like.The book consist of three colors. Blue, black and white (Black isn`t a color you say? Shut up!). That`s cool.The writing, pictures and stuff like that is good/great once again.This has short stories. I like them (as you may already know). Wanna know why? Because if they are one-shots, and if the maker(s) of the story is/are talented enough, they can get a complete, stand-alone-stories out of them. And st...

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