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"Casa Editrice Nerbini" was an Italian publishing house founded in Florence by Giuseppe Nerbini in 1897.
In 1930s and 40s it introduced American adventure comics to Italy and published important and famous comic strips such as Mickey Mouse, Secret Agent X-9, Mandrake the Magician and the Phantom. After the death of Giuseppe Nerbini in 1944 his son Mario Nerbini took over the management of the publishing house and continued the comic book L'Avventuroso.
Phantom publications published by Casa Editrice Capriotti
Serialized "The Phantom" titles
|Albi grandi avventure||12|
|Albi Economici Nerbini||9|
|Serie economici albi grandi avventure||8|