Super Plá 1

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Super Plá #1
Super pla 1.jpg
Cover artist: Primaggio Mantovi
Country/language: Mini brazil.gif Brazil /
Portuguese
Format: 29.5 × 41 cm
Pages: 24 pgs, color & b/w
Publishing date: September 30, 1971
Editor: Hélio Fittipaldi
Publishing company: Super Plá
Preceded by: none
Followed by: Super Plá #2


Super Plá #1 was the first issue of the Brazilian comic magazine Super Plá, published in 1971.

Contents

Phantom stories

Other comics

  • "Mickey Mouse" by Del Connell and Manuel Gonzales
  • "Brer Rabbit" by Jack Boyd and John Ushler
  • "Prince Valiant" by Harold Foster
  • "Praça Atrapalhado" by Eduardo Carlos Pereira
  • "Dr. Estripa" by Eduardo Carlos Pereira
  • "Katzenjammer Kids" by Joe Musial
  • "Henry" by Carl Anderson
  • "Archie" by Bob Montana
  • "Brick Bradford" by Paul Norris
  • "Hi and Lois" by Dick Browne
  • "Popeye" by Bud Sagendorf
  • "The Lone Ranger" by Paul S. Newman and Charles Flanders
  • "Beetle Bailey" by Mort Wolker
  • "Scamp" by Bill Berg, Bob Grant, and Manuel Gonzales
  • "Tiger" by Bud Blake
  • "Bringing Up Father" by Bill Kavanagh and Frank Fletcher
  • "Tim Tyler's Luck" by Tom Massey
  • "Sitting Bull" by Gordon Bess
  • "Moose & Molly" by Bob Weber
  • "Blondie" by Chick Young
  • "The Little King" by Otto Soglow
  • "Little Iodine" by Hy Eisman and Bob Dunn
  • "Mrs. Fitz's Flats " by Frank Roberge
  • "Quincy" by Ted Shearer
  • "Donald Duck" by Bob Karp and Frank Grundeen
  • "Uncle Scrooge" by Bob Karp and Frank Grundeen