Archibald Higgins

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Archibald Higgins (Anselme Lanturlu in the original French) is the main character of the comics series of "The Adventures of Archibald Higgins"; created by the French astrophysicist Jean-Pierre Petit as a translation of his French series "Les Aventures d'Anselme Lanturlu".[citation needed]

This comics series explains mainly advanced scientific concepts.[citation needed]

The Adventures of Archibald Higgins[edit]

  1. Euclid rules OK?, John Murray, Londres, 1982 ISBN 0-7195-3983-8 (translation from Le géométricon by Ian Stewart)
    Here's looking at Euclid (and not looking at Euclid), W. Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1985 ISBN 0-86576-092-6 (idem)
  2. Flight of fancy, John Murray, Londres, 1982 ISBN 0-7195-3982-X (translation from Si on volait ? by Ian Stewart)
    Flight of fancy, W. Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1985 ISBN 0-86576-084-5 (idem)
  3. Informagic, John Murray, Londres, 1982 ISBN 0-7195-3981-1 (translation from L'informagique by Ian Stewart)
    Computer magic, W. Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1985 ISBN 0-86576-067-5 (translation from L'informagique by Ian Stewart)
  4. The black hole, W. Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1985 ISBN 0-86576-069-1 (translation from trou noir by Ian Stewart)
  5. Everything is relative, W. Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1985 ISBN 0-86576-068-3 (translation from Tout est relatif by Ian Stewart)
  6. Big bang, W. Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1986 ISBN 0-86576-070-5 (translation from Big bang by Ian Stewart)
  7. Run, robot, run, W. Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1985 ISBN 0-86576-083-7 (translation from À quoi rêvent les robots ? by Ian Stewart)
  8. The silence barrier, W. Kaufmann, Los Altos, 1986 ISBN 0-86576-096-9 (translation from mur du silence by Ian Stewart)

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