“The Evil Elves” is the fourth comic adventure of British Colonel Harold Wilburforce Clifton published in 1969. After Clifton’s inventor, Raymond Macherot, changed publishers, a successor had to be found. This successor came in the form of the draftsman Joseph Franz Hedwig Loeckx, known by his pseudonym Jo-El Azara. Clifton is out and about in the British countryside. A friend asked him for a favor, and the village of Dullday is being terrorized by evil elves. A supernatural phenomenon – or something very mundane?
“Clifton and the Spies” (French: “Clifton et les Espions”) is the third adventure of the comic character Colonel Harold Wilberforce Clifton and the last one that was drawn by Macherot. In this story, an old friend of Colonel Clifton is suspected of being a spy.
“Clifton in New York” (French: “Clifton à New York”) is the second adventure of the british detective Harold Wilberforce Clifton from 1960, drawn by Belgian artist Macherot. In this story Clifton is asked to investigate the case of a kidnapped actor in New York.
Clifton is a Franco-Belgian comics series in the humorous spy-genre, featuring the exploits of Colonel Sir Harold Wilberforce Clifton. It was created by Raymond Macherot in 1959, and has since passed on to other artists and writers. In his very first adventure, the retired Colonel is looking for a stolen diamond…
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