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==History==
 
==History==
'''''El Tony''''' was launched by brothers Ramón and Claudio Columba on September 26, 1928. Aimed primarily for children, containing cartoons, educational and literary adaptations. Gradually the contents were turning to teen and adult audiences. The initial print run was 10,000 copies, reaching 300,000 weekly.  
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'''''El Tony''''' was launched by brothers Ramón and Claudio Columba on September 26, 1928. Aimed primarily for children, containing cartoons, educational and literary adaptations. Gradually the contents were turning to teen and adult audiences. The initial print run was 10,000 copies, reaching 300,000 weekly. (
  
 
The US newspaper strip reprints; "[[Mandrake the Magician]]", "[[The Phantom]]", "Secret Agent X-9", "Tarzan", "Batman" and on. National artists were incorporated gradually to encompass almost all the material presented.
 
The US newspaper strip reprints; "[[Mandrake the Magician]]", "[[The Phantom]]", "Secret Agent X-9", "Tarzan", "Batman" and on. National artists were incorporated gradually to encompass almost all the material presented.
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!Original story title !!Start !!End !! Examples of Daily strips in issues
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|"[[The Cobra]]" || (# ? ) || (# ?) || # 355 || 1935
 
|"[[The Cobra]]" || (# ? ) || (# ?) || # 355 || 1935
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|"[[The Slave Traders of Tygandi]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 462  has the strips from September 23 to 26, 1936. || 1937
 
|"[[The Slave Traders of Tygandi]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 462  has the strips from September 23 to 26, 1936. || 1937
 
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|"[[Mandrake in America]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 527 has the strips from December 4 to 8, 1937. ||
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|"[[Mandrake in America]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 527 has the strips from December 4 to 8, 1937. || 1938
 
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|"[[Mandrake in Love]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 589 has the strips from November 3 to 11, 1938. || 1940
 
|"[[Mandrake in Love]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 589 has the strips from November 3 to 11, 1938. || 1940
 
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|"[[The Mountain Bandits]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 616 has the strips from January 18 to ?, 1940. || 1940
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|"[[The Mountain Bandits]]" || (# ?) || (# 616) || # 616 has the strips from January 18 to ?, 1940. || 1940
 
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|"[[The Museum Mystery]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 618 has the strips from January 31 to February ?, 1940. || 1940
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|"[[The Museum Mystery]]" || (# 616) || (# ?) || # 618 has the strips from January 31 to February ?, 1940. || 1940
 
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|"[[The Octopus Ring]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 645 has the strips from September 10 to 13, 1940. || 1941
 
|"[[The Octopus Ring]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 645 has the strips from September 10 to 13, 1940. || 1941
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|"[[Lothar the Champ]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 724 has the strips from March 27 to April 2, 1941. ||  1942
 
|"[[Lothar the Champ]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 724 has the strips from March 27 to April 2, 1941. ||  1942
 
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|"[[Medusa]]" || (# ?) || (#946) || # 946 has the strips from May 31 to June 1, 1946. || 1946
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|"[[Medusa]]" || (# ?) || (# 946) || # 946 has the strips from May 31 to June 1, 1946. || 1946
 
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|"[[The Jinx]]" || (#946) || (# ?) || # 946 has the strips from June 3 to 6, 1946. || 1946
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|"[[The Jinx]]" || (# 946) || (# ?) || # 946 has the strips from June 3 to 6, 1946. || 1946
 
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|"[[Felina]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 960 has the strips from September 17 to 23, 1946. || 1947
 
|"[[Felina]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 960 has the strips from September 17 to 23, 1946. || 1947
 
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|"[[HRH Cuddles]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 991 has the strips from May9 to 15, 1947. ||  1947
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|"[[HRH Cuddles]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 991 has the strips from May 9 to 15, 1947. ||  1947
 
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|"[[U-Hunt]]" || (# ?) || (# ?) || # 1454 has the strips from July 29 to 30, 1955. || 1956
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|"[[The Big Tyme]]" || (# 1062 ) || (# ?) || # 1062 has the strips from October 4 to 9,1948. || 1949
 
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|"[[Dr Griff's Invention]]" || (# ?) || (# 1452) || (second run) # 1443 has the strips from January 20 to 23, 1941. || 1956
 
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|"[[U-Hunt]]" || (# 1453) || (# ?) || # 1454 has the strips from July 29 to 30, 1955. || 1956
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nb: during the first three years, stories are presented with only a narration under panels (= without speech balloons).
  
 
===Early issues with Mandrake===
 
===Early issues with Mandrake===

Latest revision as of 07:38, 16 August 2019

El Tony was published by Editorial Columba from 1928 to mid 2000.

El Tony
El-Tony-001.jpg
First issue
Country/language: Mini argentina.gif Argentina / Spanish
Publishing company: Editorial Columba
Publishing years: 1928 to 1966 (first series) / ? to mid 2000 (second series)
Issues: 2004
Format: b/w


History

El Tony was launched by brothers Ramón and Claudio Columba on September 26, 1928. Aimed primarily for children, containing cartoons, educational and literary adaptations. Gradually the contents were turning to teen and adult audiences. The initial print run was 10,000 copies, reaching 300,000 weekly. (

The US newspaper strip reprints; "Mandrake the Magician", "The Phantom", "Secret Agent X-9", "Tarzan", "Batman" and on. National artists were incorporated gradually to encompass almost all the material presented.

"El Tony" have supplements in various formats and versions like; El Tony Album, El Tony Extracolor, El Tony Super Color, El Tony Todo Color, El Tony Color, El Tony Anuarios and El Tony Superanuales. In some cases the variants numbering starting from number 1.

Daily strips stories

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Original story title Start End Examples of Daily strips in issues
"The Cobra" (# ? ) (# ?) # 355 1935
"The Hawk (Mandrake Meets Narda)" (# ?) (# ?) # 371 1935
"The Monster of Tanov Pass" (# ?) (# ?) # 401 has the strips from May 29 to 31, 1935. 1936
"The Return of the Clay Camel" (# ?) (# ?) # 451 has the strips from June 19 to July 2, 1936. 1937
"The Slave Traders of Tygandi" (# ?) (# ?) # 462 has the strips from September 23 to 26, 1936. 1937
"Mandrake in America" (# ?) (# ?) # 527 has the strips from December 4 to 8, 1937. 1938
"Mandrake in Love" (# ?) (# ?) # 589 has the strips from November 3 to 11, 1938. 1940
"The Mountain Bandits" (# ?) (# 616) # 616 has the strips from January 18 to ?, 1940. 1940
"The Museum Mystery" (# 616) (# ?) # 618 has the strips from January 31 to February ?, 1940. 1940
"The Octopus Ring" (# ?) (# ?) # 645 has the strips from September 10 to 13, 1940. 1941
"Dr Griff's Invention" (# ?) (# ?) # 661 has the strips from January 15 to 21, 1941. 1941
"Mandrake in Cockaigne" (# ?) (# ?) # 670 has the strips from June 6 to 10, 1939. 1941
"The Deep South" (# ?) (# ?) # 685 has the strips from March 3 to ?, 1939. 1941
"Lothar the Champ" (# ?) (# ?) # 724 has the strips from March 27 to April 2, 1941. 1942
"Medusa" (# ?) (# 946) # 946 has the strips from May 31 to June 1, 1946. 1946
"The Jinx" (# 946) (# ?) # 946 has the strips from June 3 to 6, 1946. 1946
"Felina" (# ?) (# ?) # 960 has the strips from September 17 to 23, 1946. 1947
"HRH Cuddles" (# ?) (# ?) # 991 has the strips from May 9 to 15, 1947. 1947
"The Big Tyme" (# 1062 ) (# ?) # 1062 has the strips from October 4 to 9,1948. 1949
"Dr Griff's Invention" (# ?) (# 1452) (second run) # 1443 has the strips from January 20 to 23, 1941. 1956
"U-Hunt" (# 1453) (# ?) # 1454 has the strips from July 29 to 30, 1955. 1956

nb: during the first three years, stories are presented with only a narration under panels (= without speech balloons).

Early issues with Mandrake

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