Writer/Artist: Jean-Yves Mitton (1945) The Stories
Epsilon's story takes place in the year 2086.
Epsilon is told that he is the teenage
son of Psi, Mikros' old arch-enemy, now the despotic ruler of
the self-dubbed "Eden", a futuristic
Pan-European city-state. But the super-powered Epsilon revolts against Psi
and becomes a rebel. He teams up with Foxie
and the robot Mentor to fight Psi and search for his unknown mother. It eventually
turns out that Epsilon is, in reality,
the son of Mikros
4-6. Évasion, ou Le Secret d'Éden 1-3 [Escape, or Eden's Secret 1-3] (TI No. 91-93, 1986)
7-8. Hors d'Éden, Point de Salut 1-2 [Outside Of Eden, No Salvation 1-2] (TI Nos. 94-95, 1986)
9-12. Underground 1-4 (TI Nos. 96-99, 1987)
13. Jeux Barbares [Barbarian Games] (TI No. 100, 1987)
14-15. Cité Haute 1-2 [High City 1-2] (TI Nos. 101-102, 1987)
16. Zyklon (TI No. 103, 1987)
17. Déportation (TI No. 104, 1987)
18. Rebellion (TI No. 105, 1987)
19-21. Retour vers Éden 1-3 [Return To Eden 1-3] (TI Nos. 106-108, 1987)
Epsilon was the brain-child of writer-artist Jean-Yves Mitton, who had previously worked on Mikros, a series to which Epsilon is a sequel, for the short-lived magazine "Mustang", published by Editions Lug. After "Mustang"ís cancellation in 1981, Mikros was serialized in Editions Lug's Marvel-based magazine "Titans" until 1986. Epsilon appeared soon after in "Titans" Nos. 88-108. It has not been reprinted so far.
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