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95,  p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
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[Tournai, Belgium]: Casterman, c1990
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French edition of a graphic novel created by Italian artist and writer Hugo Pratt. The Wikipedia entry for Jesuit Joe - available online at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesuit_Joe (accessed 26 January 2017) - describes the title character as a laconic, anti-heroic, and unpredictable Native Canadian who roams the wilderness dressed as a R.C.M.P. officer.
The Lund Comics Collection's copy of Jesuit Joe is accompanied by a postcard promoting the film adaptation of the graphic novel.
Les archives Hugo Pratt - available online at https://www.archivespratt.net/jesuitjoe.htm (accessed 26 January 2017) - provides a gallery of various editions of Jesuit Joe.