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Space Pirates: Stranded

Jim Ladd

Publisher: Nosy Crow

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Summary

Sam and the crew of the Jolly Apollo are still searching for Planet X, where they hope to find Sam's parents and a whole load of treasure! But the dastardly Black-Hole Beard is on their tail, which is why they are forced to hide in the scariest, most deadly nebula in the universe. And get stranded! A fast-paced, funny series with gags galore, this is a chase through space that will have you cackling from start to finish!
Available since: 10/03/2013.
Print length: 128 pages.

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