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Comics - Weltbekannte Zeichenserien 5

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Comics - Weltbekannte Zeichenserien 5
Comics - Weltbekannte Zeichenserien 5.jpg
Cover artist: Several
(illustrations taken from featured comics)
Country/language: Mini germany.gif West Germany /
Format: 24 × 34 cm, softcover
Pages: 144 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: 1974
Editor: unknown
Publishing company: Carlsen Verlag
Preceded by: Comics - Weltbekannte
Followed by: Comics - Weltbekannte
(not featuring
The Phantom)
ISBN 3-551-41905-1

Comics - Weltbekannte Zeichenserien 5 is a 1974 German comics anthology book.


Phantom stories

Other stories

  • "Krazy Kat" by George Herriman
  • "Secret Agent X-9" by Alex Raymond
  • "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schultz
  • "Ming Foo" by Brandon Walsh
  • "Bringing Up Father" by George McManus
  • "Dick Tracy" by Chester Gould
  • "Polly and Her Pals" by Cliff Sterrett
  • "Li'l Abner" by Al Capp
  • "The Katzenjammer Kids" by H. H. Knerr
  • "Adamson" by Oscar Jacobsson
  • "Barney Baxter" by Frank Miller
  • "Skippy" by Percy Crosby
  • "King of the Royal Mounted" by Jim Gary
  • "Popeye" by E.C. Segar
  • "Den tossede tegner" by Jørgen Mogensen
  • "Little Orphan Annie" by Harold Gray
  • "Blondie" by Chic Young
  • "Tintin" by Hergé
  • "Sam's Strip" by Mort Walker and Jerry Dumas

See also