Comics 130 (issue 3)
|Comics 130 (issue 3)|
Cover artist: Claude Auclair
|Country/language:||France / French|
|Format:||20,5 × 27 cm|
|Pages:||56 pgs, bl.& w.|
|Publishing date:||March, 1971|
|Preceded by:||Comics 130 #2|
|Followed by:||Comics 130 #4|
Comics 130 was a French comic fanzine bimonthly published by Futuropolis. At the time, Futuroplis was just a Parisian shop for comics collector before to turn into an official publisher which later released albums of the serie "Collection Copyright". Nine issues of the "Comics 130" magazine were released, "Mandrake the Magicien" being only featured in the issue # 3.
- "Terry and the Pirates" by Milton Caniff.
- Critical study about Frank Frazetta (by Jean-Pierre Dionnet)
- Each Sunday pages of the Mandrake story was spreaded over two pages of the magazine. The material was reprinted from a personnal collection.