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Iko Térouka. Iko Térouka was created by the French author José Moselli (Browning and Co., Marcel Dunot, M. Dupont, Jean Flair, Fédor Ivanovitch Sarraskine, John Strobbins, Baron Cesare Stromboli, Jack Temple, Wasili Tchorok, Andreas Vollmer) and appeared in 797 stories in Le Petit Illustré from 1919 to 1935, beginning with Le Petit Illustré #795 (Dec. 14, 1919).

Iko Térouka is a Great Detective. He is a Japanese consulting detective whose cases take him around the world, from Chicago of the Prohibition to Australian ranches to the mansions of American millionaires to the "secret sects of Black Africa." He wishes to rest, always, and return to his home in the fishing village of Tsurumi, but events always drag him along.

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