Valerian - Châtelet Station, Direction Cassiopeia - Artist's Edition



Artist's Edition of the 9th volume in the Valerian series : Châtelet Station, Direction Cassiopeia by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mézière


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195,00 €


作者 Mézières et Christin
编辑 Editions Caurette
制本 Hardcover
页数 80
书高 (cm) 47 cm
书本宽度 (cm) 35 cm
书本厚度 (cm) 1,5 cm
书重 (kg) 2,5 kg
舌头 French
书的出版日期 2017
ISBN 979-10-96315-04-8


After the success of the Birds of the Master, Caurette Editions are continuing to publish giant-sized new editions of the legendary Valerian books, printed using a facsimile of the original pages.

Released in 1980, Châtelet Station, Direction Cassiopeia is another turning point in the Valerian and Laureline adventure series. Pierre Christin takes us through time and space in this skillfully orchestrated story, beautifully illustrated by the eminent Jean-Claude Mézières at the top of his art!

Another aspect that is a source of great joy to Editions Caurette, is another interview graciously granted by the authors from their studio in Paris. This opportunity has provided exclusive bonus material, photos and previously unpublished panels, which we are delighted to be able to share with you in this edition.


  • Hardcover, printed with metallic ink and gloss lamination
  • Back canvas with silver hot stamping
  • Giant-sized book: 35 x 47 cm! (13.7 x 18.5 inches)
  • Limited edition of 499 copies, numbered and signed by the authors
  • Cover pages with silver print-in perforation pattern
  • Language: FRENCH
  • Full color printing of the original pages
  • 25 extra pages, including 12 pages full of exclusive pictures, a bonus interview with the authors (in French) and many panels never published before
  • 80 pages printed on luxurious Fedrigoni 170g paper, signatures sewn with an endband to reinforce the structural integrity of the spine
  • Comes with a real-sized replica print (40 x 50 cm) of an original page
  • Protective package designed specifically to shield and protect the book
  • ISBN: 979-10-96315-04-8
  • Price: 195 € (shipping to Europe included)

For more information on the album itself, you can read a great review (in English) on the Forbidden Planet website