XIII - Volume 6 - The Jason Fly Case

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He also survives an assassination attempt by Irina Svetlanova, who has taken over the Mongoose's operation. After many setbacks, the treasure is found and then lost again.

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Meanwhile, Giordino is removed from duty by the new President, who has received evidence from XIII and Mullway revealing that Giordino is not only connected to the Mafia but also that he killed Walter Sheridan. Volumes eighteen and nineteen are the last written by Van Hamme. This is the prequel to the initial story arc, and it resolves all mysteries surrounding XIII's identity.

XIII has learned his identity, but his memories still have not returned. He seeks medical treatment to uncover them in volume twenty, but Mayflower Day , a secret organization, schemes to keep XIII from unblocking his memory, because of yet another secret in his past.

XIII was released in as a serial in the popular Spirou magazine, and it was popular among Spirou readers. The first three episodes were released as a single hardcover volume by Dargaud the same year. This continued for later issues, and, by the time of the eighth issue, Thirteen to One , sales of the hardcover had reached , copies. Where the Indian Walks , published in May All Brazilian issues are composed of two albums, except for issue 7, which included the original thirteenth volume, a double-sized album, alone.

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Ever since October , Sente has authored volume 20 of the comic series Mayflower Day , published in late , alongside new artist Youri Jigounov and have continued ever since, releasing volume 24 on June 15th, A separate comic series called XIII Mystery , which follows and elaborates on some of the supporting characters from the XIII comic series, began by publisher Dargaud on October 3, , with the release of the first issue, The Mongoose. Steve Rowland has been published in October The plot of the game is an adaption of the first five volumes of the comic series.

It was shown in other territories in and is available on DVD.

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It is based on the first five volumes in the comic book series, and is chronologically followed by a straightforward television series. It starred Stuart Townsend and Aisha Tyler. Volumes Video game adaptations.

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TV series. Share Share. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Cinebook Edition - Volume 17 - 1st printing. Little by little, XIII has reconstructed most of his life and figured out who he is. A gap that may mean the amnesiac adventurer is in fact an Irish terrorist, Seamus O'Neil. This flashback brings us back to Boulder, Colorado, and before that to Northern Ireland, to reveal the last piece of the XIII puzzle, and his final identity.

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Cinebook Edition - Volume 19 - 1st printing. Art and cover by Youri Jigounov. After all his adventures across the American continent, after defeating his many enemies, XIII is trying to live a simple life in the house he inherited, where it all started. It's not always easy; not everyone is happy to have such an infamous man in the area, and his skills are in high demand with some people of varying integrity. His memories are still locked away, too, and some people want to keep it that way!

Cinebook Edition - Volume 20 - 1st printing. But the organisation that's after him hasn't said its last word, and has considerable means at its disposal.

It lures Jones, on duty in Afghanistan, into a terrible ambush, for the sole purpose of serving as bait for the amnesiac - who immediately rushes to her rescue. Cinebook Edition - Volume 21 - 1st printing. XIII returns to his childhood home once more - but the stakes have never been so high! The agents of the organization that was hunting for XIII have finally captured him, along with his friends, but he's still refusing his captors' job offer.

Forced to give in after they commit an appalling act just to coerce him, he's discreetly brought back to the USA, where he finally learns what they're really after. For both of them, the road leads, once again, to Green Falls Cinebook Edition - Volume 22 - 1st printing.

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Jason has managed to give his captors the slip, but he was forced to leave Betty behind, severely injured. After a short but tense episode dealing with the north-eastern mafia, he's off to the next step in his quest: Leiden, Holland, from where half of the Mayflower expedition left, and where his godfather appears to live.

But his enemies haven't given up, and the young local guide he's picked brings her own heap of troubles.

enter Cinebook Edition - Volume 23 - 1st printing. Still with Annika, Jason McLane has the documents his godfather left for him to find in the Netherlands deciphered. Once translated, the text offers revelations of breathtaking importance, enough to change the geopolitical map for ever. But the killers sent by the Mayflower Foundation are still after them, while in Afghanistan, Jones and Carrington's situation goes from bad to worse.

XIII will have to be on his best game to sort it all out, but at what price? Dollar Bin Codeword. Date This week Last week Past month 2 months 3 months 6 months 1 year 2 years Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre s s s s s s Search Advanced. Issue ST. Published Jan by Cinebook. Available Stock Add to want list Add to cart Fine. Issue 1-REP. Published Aug by Cinebook. Add to cart Near Mint. Published Feb by Cinebook.

Published Mar by Cinebook. Published Apr by Cinebook. Available Stock Add to want list This item is not in stock. Volume four begins with Amos finding that Carrington had invented the Tanner identity and suspecting him of being part of the conspiracy to kill the President. Amos continues to delve into the files and learns that Steve Rowland was murdered shortly after the assassination.

Amos now assumes that Rowland was the real assassin, and is confused about XIII's real role, but he exposes Judge Allenby, the head of the investigation, as one of the conspirators. Amos interrogates Allenby, who is killed by Mongoose's assassin; Amos himself is rescued by Kim Rowland. Kim Rowland takes Amos to intelligence chief Carl Heideger and General Carrington, who reveal that, after faking his death in the helicopter crash, Steve Rowland contacted his wife, Kim, and forced her to be a member of the conspiracy.

Kim, not sharing the conspiracy's ideology, and herself a former secret agent, secretly alerted her former boss, Heideger. Despite having this information, however, Heideger was unable to prevent the assassination of President Sheridan. Steve Rowland was shot by the Mongoose, but he escaped badly-wounded and died shortly after telling Kim what had happened. Heideger and Carrington then came up with a plan to make the XX organization believe that Steve Rowland had survived, hoping to attract the Mongoose's killers, arrest them, and follow their trail to the conspirators.

They sourced a man named Jason Fly who was transformed into a Steve Rowland double, but soon after, Fly disappeared, when he was shot and lost his memory, just before the story began. Meanwhile, Carrington and Heideger have been arrested by the conspirators as they prepare to take over the country during a large-scale military exercise. XIII and the women meet with Colonel Amos, who brings them into contact with Walter Sheridan, brother of the assassinated President William Sheridan and himself a candidate for presidency.

Sheridan helps XIII infiltrate the military center of operations, and, together with President Galbrain, they manage to stop the conspiracy at the last moment. The entire conspiracy group, with the exception of the illustrious Number I, has been either killed or captured. Walter Sheridan is elected President, and Kim Rowland remains missing for reasons unknown.