L'Avventura Albo tascabile
|Country/language:||Italy / Italian|
|Publishing company:||Capriotti Editore|
|Format:||12.7×17.6 cm , b/w|
Note: The title of this series is "L'Avventura", the sub-title "Albo tascabile" is given later by collectors.
The first year of the series run for 16 issues (September 11 to December 25, 1949) and printed various comics as: "Cino e Franco (Tim Tyler's Luck)" by Lyman Young, "Audax (King of the Royal Mounted)" by Jim Gary, "Tommy del Circo (Tommy of the Big Top)" by John Lehti, "Marco Spada (Brick Bradford)" by William Ritti & Clarence Gray, "Jim della Jungla (Jungle Jim)" by Paul Norris, "Re Puccio (Little King") by Otto Soglow, "Le disavventure del Signor Betty (Bringing up Father)" by George McManus, "Hubert" by Dick Wingert, "Braccio di Ferro (Popeye)" by Tom Sims & Bela Zaboly.
The second year of the series run for 10 issues January 1 to March 5, 1950) and printed various comics as: "Mandrake" by Lee Falk & Phil Davis, "L'Uomo Mascherato (The Phantom) by Lee Falk & Wilson McCoy, "Agente Segreto X-9 (Secret Agent X-9)" by Mel Graff.
Issues with Mandrake
The series was reprinted by Camillo Conti in 1990.