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*"La mummia vivente" ("[[The Slave Traders of Tygandi]]", starts in #127/1938 and ends in #131/1938.
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*"La mummia vivente" ("[[The Slave Traders of Tygandi]]"), starts in #127/1938 and ends in #131/1938.
 
*"Un mondo sconosciuto" ("[[Mandrake in the Lost World]]"), starts in #132/1938 and ends in #151/1938.
 
*"Un mondo sconosciuto" ("[[Mandrake in the Lost World]]"), starts in #132/1938 and ends in #151/1938.
 
*"Nelle spire del Cobra" ("[[In the Cobra's Grip]]"), starts in #152/1938 and ends in #171/1938.
 
*"Nelle spire del Cobra" ("[[In the Cobra's Grip]]"), starts in #152/1938 and ends in #171/1938.

Revision as of 10:31, 26 August 2012

Giungla! started as a monthly magazine published by Casa Editrice G. Mario Nerbini in Italy in 1937, it replace "il piccolo Avventuroso" a supplement for L'Avventuroso.

History

"Giungla!" was a magazine of adventure and mystery, it measures 19x26 cm and had 32 pages. This first series run for 6 issues (July - December 1937).

In 1938 "Giungla!" absorbs "Il giornale di Cino e Franco" and continued the numbering from this comics as Giungla! - Il giornale di Cino e Franco. Issues 127 (January 9, 1938) was the first issue of this weekly second series, and it run til issue 220 (October 22, 1939). This second series printed various comics as; Prince Valiant, Jungle Jim, Cino e Franco, Inspector Wade, Red Barry and on. Mandrake are to be found in issues 127 to 171. Issues 127-162 measures 29x40 cm and have 10 pgs, and then 32,5x46,5 cm and 8 pgs.

A third series of "Giungla!" absorbs Pisellino in 1941 and run weekly for 28 issues (#16 - #43).

Issue with Mandrake overview