Yeah, the collection tends to be less interesting overall, although La Vengance de Jaurès isn't as corny as I feared it could be, and I must confess I did like Napoléon Washington. Red Dragon made me think about the Nixon-AH comics they did, and that was particularly laborious when it came to the intrigue. Not that I don't like the AH tales that doesn't focus on "normal" stories in an AH background (at the contrary, I really liked The Kennedy Gang), but it's basically false publicity at this point. Still, it's still vastly superior to WW 2.2 that I finished recently, and that save the first and fifth one, is increasingly bad and without any real coherence. Which makes me think. 19. Jaurès' Vengence 11 April 1930 : SFIO have Raoul Villain, the murderer of Jaurès, assassinated 31 July 1914. Raoul Villain murders Jean Jaurès, socialist french leader. 1919, ends of the Great War, he's acquited. Freed, he decides to lives in Balearic Islands...until his assassination eleven years later. The murder is quickly followed by a crime spree in Paris. Police quickly finds links between victims. 20. Red Dragon 1954 : A nuclear strikes save France at Diên-Bên-Phù 1955. With the tensions between USA and China, due to american intervention in Diên-Bên-Phù, anti-chinese pogroms plague the Asian-American community. It's when a young and rich Chinese woman enter in Lawrence S. Ivory's office to ask him find his disappeared father. Ivory, lost cause's aficionado, accept the contract. That said, there's two albums in preparation that can be really interesting. Twilights of the Damned 1943 : French Fascist aviation fight its last against the Allies' landing Apparently follows end ends the 14 (Oméga) and 18 (Opération Charlemagne), two albums that I appreciated, even if they are not the best. Steppe Empire 1242 : after the burning of Rome by Mongols, Christian armies unite themselves to save the West It's really a long awaited album, delayed, cancelled and reborn from ashes.