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Êxitos da TV (Album)

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Êxitos da TV
Exitos da tv album.jpg
Cover artist: unknown
Country/language: Mini Portugal.gif Portugal /
Portuguese
Format: 19 × 27 cm
Pages: 432 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: ca 1979
Editor: unknown
Publishing company: Portugal Press
Preceded by: none
Followed by: none


Êxitos da TV was a Portuguese comics anthology book, published in 1979.

Contents

Phantom stories

Other comics

  • "Yogi Bear"
  • "Amar Singh" by L. Geri and S. Fenso
  • "Brick Bradford" by Paul Norris
  • "Bugs Bunny"
  • "Secret Agent Corrigan" by Bob Lewis
  • "Histórias do Velho Tom" by ?
  • "Johnny Hazard" by Frank Robbins
  • "Dennis the Menace" by Hank Ketcham
  • "Hägar the Horrible" by Dik Browne
  • "Big Ben Bolt" by John Cullen Murphy
  • "Mandrake the Magician" by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks
  • "Pintura Terminada" by ?
  • "Mark Trail" by Ed DoDD
  • "Telefone" by ?
  • "Sr. Huberto, O dia a dia do" by ?
  • "Joe Palooka" by Mo Leff
  • "Larry Yuma" by ?
  • "Judge Dredd" by Carlos Ezquerra
  • "Henry" by John Liney
  • "Redeye" by Gordon Bess
  • "Quincy" by Ted Shearer
  • "Capitão Rowe" by António Perez Carrillo
  • "Flash Gordon" by Bob Fujitani
  • "Gata do Tobias" by Al Smith
  • "Rusty Riley" by Frank Godwin
  • "Barney Google and Snuffy Smith" by Fred Lasswell
  • "Illa Loca" by António Perez Carrillo
  • "Antimatéria" by ?
  • "Mutt & Jeff" by Al Smith
  • "Vento Estelar" by Roberto Bonadimani