The travel diary of two brothers to a land at war.
Writer : Bruno Ricard, Sylvain Ricard
Art : Christophe Gaultier
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List of editions
Beirut 1990: Snapshots of a Civil War - Hardcover Trade
Collection : Humanoids Inc.
Edition : Hardcover Trade
160 pages - 7.9 x 10.8 inches - Black and white
$29.95 - £17.99