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Jornal do Cuto 63

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Jornal do Cuto #63
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Cover artist: Phil Davis (from story art)
Country/language: Mini Portugal.gif Portugal /
Format: 19 × 27 cm
Pages: 28 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: September 16, 1972
Editor: M. A. Lopes de Sousa
Publishing company: Portugal Press
Preceded by: Jornal do Cuto #62
Followed by: Jornal do Cuto #64

Jornal do Cuto #63 was a regular issue of the Portuguese comic book Jornal do Cuto, published in 1972.


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