Spirou à Moscou

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Spirou et Fantasio #42
Spirou à Moscou
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Cover of the Belgian edition
Date 1990
Series Spirou et Fantasio
Publisher Dupuis
Creative team
Writers Tome
Artists Janry
Original publication
Published in Spirou magazine
Issues
  1. 2736 - #2747
Date of publication 1990
Language French
ISBN 2-8001-1783-4
Chronology
Preceded by La vallée des bannis, 1989
Followed by Vito la Déveine, 1991

Spirou à Moscou, written by Tome and drawn by Janry, is the forty-second album of the Spirou et Fantasio series, and the tenth of the authors. The story was serialised in Spirou magazine before it was released as a hardcover album in 1990.

Story[edit]

Moments before their departure on holiday to the tropics, Spirou and Fantasio are taken by the DST for the KGB which needs them. Moscow is being terrorised by the mysterious 'White Prince of the Russian Mafia', Tanaziof. According to the KGB's information this man is an old enemy of the two heroes.

In Moscow, Spirou and Fantasio discover that Tanaziof is none other than Zantafio, Fantasio's evil cousin. Zantafio's inept second-in-command, Nikita Vlalarlev, tries to assassinate the two heroes but fails. Zantafio is planning to abduct the body of Lenin and to ask the Russian government for a huge ransom for its return. Spirou and Fantasio succeed in thwarting these plans. Zantafio manages to escape.

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