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L'olimpo dei fumetti 7

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L'olimpo dei fumetti #7
L'Uomo Mascherato
Cover artist: Ray Moore (from story art)
Country/language: Mini italy.gif Italy / Italian
Format: 13 × 21 cm
Pages: 172 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: October 1971
Editor: unknown
Publishing company: Sugar Editore
Preceded by: L'olimpo dei fumetti #6
Followed by: L'olimpo dei fumetti #13

L'olimpo dei fumetti #7 is an Italian hard cover book released in 1971.

It was the seventh issue of a series of 30 issues entitled L'olimpo dei fumetti which also offered various comic classicals reprints like "Mandrake the Magician", "Flash Gordon","Brick Bradford", "Steve Canyon","Tim Tyler's luck", "Dick Tracy", "Prince Valiant", "Buck Rogers", and "Jungle Jim".

After an 8 page presentation text about the Phantom written by Rinaldo Traini, three consecutive daily stories arefeatured. In 1938, these stories were amongst the first published in Italy in the famous Mario Nerbini's weekly comics magazine L'Avventuroso.

However some strips, which were missing in their 1938 original releases aswell as later Italian reprints, appear here for the first time in Italy.

The next Phantom book in the series L'olimpo dei fumetti was #13, subitled La leggenda della giungla (The legend of the Jungle). It featured only stories drawn by Wilson McCoy.


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