Crítica Aventuras

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Crítica Aventuras, founded in 1935, published "Mandrake the Magician" Sunday strip with the title "Soliman el Mago" in Argentina. It was the comics supplement of the Argentinian newspaper "Critica".


Subtitled "Magazine multicolor de aventuras", Crítica Aventuras was published in full color in a 8 pages presentation before becoming a 16 pages comics supplement. Format 22 x 28.5 cms.

Various local and American characters - such as "The Phantom" (renamed "Fantomas"), "Jungle Jim", "Ted Strong", "Bufalo Bill", "Flash Gordon", "Buck Rogers", "Tarzan", "Felix the Cat", "The Lone Ranger", "Donald Duck", "Buz Sawyer", "King of the Police Mounted", "Popeye", "The Pussycat Princess", "Mickey Mouse", "Frank Buck", "Mutt & Jeff", "Krazy Kat", "Pluto", " Hawk Shaw, The Detective", "The Katzenjammer Kids", "Henry", "Bug Bunny", "Betty", "Brick Bradford", "Radio Patrol", "Captain Easy" - were featured amongst others.

Published stories

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Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Ghost Bear of Glass Mountain" #243: April 8, 1940 #257: July 15, 1940 color
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"Mystery of the Girls with Red Hair" #?: 1943 #?: 1943 color