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07 08 09 / 5 4 3 2 1 © 2007 Bruno Gmünder Verlag GmbH Kleiststr. 23-26 • 10787 Berlin • Germany Phone: +49 (30) 615 00 30 E-Mail: info@brunogmuender.com Text & Artwork © 2007 Jörg Meyer-Bothling Production: Joris Buiks Final Layout: Henning Wossidlo Printed in the EU ISBN 978-3-86187-464-5 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or otherwise, without the prior consent of the publisher. Bitte fordern sie unseren Bildprospekt an. Demandez notre catalogue illustré. Please ask for our free mail-order catalogue. All models and characters portrayed are 18 years of age or older.


In the searing heat of the Sahara Desert a tiny jeep heroically fights the endless dunes. A young German member of the Paris-Dakar rallye completely lost contact with his crew because he couldn’t resist a Mardi Gras parade in Adrar Algeria.

I’m sure they loved my costume

But now I’ve got to hurry

A typical Rhine maiden just adores Mardi Gras!


Happily singing he drives along.

Overeducated fleas do it

Let’s do it

Let’s fall

In love


The Sahara Desert is a lot of sand... a palm tree now and then.

So while he is busy singing...

The Dutch in Old Amsterdam do it... not to mention the Finns


He forgets to pay attention to the road.


There are always some friendly Tuaregs

Ooh la la

They will help


These ears are extremely irritating

Looks like a desert rat. Maybe it bites

Tuaregs are friendly except for these two.

How embarrassing. I forgot the costume

Seems to be a fan of Micki Mouse


What a pretty desert mouse

Get off my back. OUCH!

Sunset. We have to set up a camp

I will call him Micki


While everybody is sleeping ...

My poor little Micki

I speak English

Don’t Micki me!

Hush! My sweet sauerkraut

Kraut

No excuse

American nickname for the Germans


Some words tenderly spoken can turn enemies into friends.

Strange

Like tonight


Kismet


Not yet


the Next morning – a cruel sun beats down on our caravan.

He will bring a good price

Sorry my darling I wonder what they are up to

But last night ...


And when they reach town …

How can I help him?

… was fabulous

Shut up!

Micki faces reality.


Don’t you dare

I don’t want to hear it

No! No!

Let me go An auction


Sad … … story … I will wait for you!

Me too!

… isn’t it?

Watch the steps

Ok ok!


What will I do now?

Maybe

In difficult situations you should think first ‌ there is always a way out

Who is it?


Freedom is waiting outside

Grand!


We’ll run away into the desert

Wonderful

And we will find happiness!


You shouldn’t smoke so much!

Oh no... not this part You know smoking in public places …

Ach ja? There’s no time for discussion.


There were heavy rains in the mountains ... now Neptune’s horses are galloping downhill


Oh my god! What is it?

Don’t leave me

Never ever


Just in case

my cell phone number


What did you say?

Too late

Wow! Who’s that?


Alors

Exactement what I’m waiting for

Come closer chéri


Hands up! Against the plane!


yeah yeah – but where are we? What do you mean Lake Chad?

Lake Chad

Ta gueule! Spread your legs



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