By Robert L. Stevenson, Lorenzo Mattotti, Kramsky
Conte l'histoire d'un avoué, Charles Utterson, qui enquête sur le lien étrange entre Edward Hyde et le médecin Henry Jekyll.Le Docteur Jekyll, un philanthrope obsédé par sa double personnalité, met au element une drogue pour séparer son bon côté de son mauvais, mais c'est ce côté-là qui, nuit après nuit, finalement prendra le dessus et le transformera en monstrueux Mister Hyde.
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