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La présentation du fonctionnement, des structures et des objectifs de l’OTAN permet de comprendre la position et le rôle de cet organisme. Un bilan du partenariat de paix lancé en 1994 est établi ainsi que l’étude de la réforme de l’élargissement de l’OTAN et le rapprochement de la France. « Copyright Electre »
This article needs additional citations for verification. The characters who went on to form L. Vril Dox, Garryn Bek, Strata, Lyrissa Mallor, and the Durlan appeared as prisoners of the Alien Alliance who helped stage a breakout from the Starlag, a prison spacecraft overseen by the alien race known as the Citadel. This series followed the adventures of Vril Dox and his allies after their escape from the Starlag in Invasion! Dox takes his companions to Colu, where they overthrow the Computer Tyrants running the planet. They encounter the bounty hunter Lobo, who had been tracking Bek to exact revenge on him for having accidentally killed one of Lobo’s treasured space dolphins.
Dox smoothly and swiftly turns Lobo into a valued ally. As a consequence of the Zero Hour event, the original title was replaced by R. Revolutionary Elite Brigade to Eradicate L. Garv, Strata’s husband, unbalanced by not understanding recent events, becomes involved in a desire to get Strata back. The team has to fight old friends, such as Zena Moonstruk, Gigantus and Davroth. Behind the scenes help comes from old ally Marij’n and Captain Comet.