Bruno Brazil

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Bruno Brazil is a Franco-Belgian comics series written by Greg, under the pseudonym Louis Albert, and drawn by William Vance. It was initially serialised in the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Tintin, first appearing on January 17, 1967.[1] The first album publication was in 1969, while the latest album was first published in 1995.

Cover of the first album, Le requin qui mourut deux fois (1969)

Synopsis[edit]

Bruno Brazil is the leader of a small, elite combat unit of the American secret service, the "Cayman Command", of which each member has some special skills. Together they fight crime and exotic threats.

Characters[edit]

  • Bruno Brazil, the main protagonist. An experienced spy-warrior
  • Gaucho Morales, a skillful gangster. A member of the team due to his talents and contacts.
  • Whip Rafale, a previous circus artist, and expert with a whip.
  • Texas Bronco, a former rodeo cowboy, strong as an ox.
  • Billy Brazil, Bruno Brazil's younger brother. Fresh out of military academy.
  • Lafayette called "Big Boy", a cunning former jockey.
  • Tony Nomade called "Le Nomade", a replacement after the disappearance of Big Boy.
  • Le Colonel L, commander of the elite unit.

Albums[edit]

  •  1. Le requin qui mourut deux fois, 1969, Dargaud
  •  2. Commando Caïman, 1970, Dargaud
  •  3. Les yeux sans visage, 1971, Dargaud
  •  4. La cité pétrifiée, 1972, Dargaud
  •  5. La nuit des chacals, 1973, Dargaud
  •  6. Sarabande à Sacramento, 1974, Dargaud
  •  7. Des caïmans dans la rizière, 1975, Dargaud
  •  8. Orage aux Aléoutiennes, 1976, Dargaud
  •  9. Quitte ou double pour Alak 6, 1977, Dargaud
  • 10. Dossier Bruno Brazil, 1977, Dargaud
  • 11. La fin...!??, 1995, Le Lombard

Sources[edit]

Footnotes
  1. ^ BDoubliées. "Tintin année 1967" (in French).