Gran Aventurero 5

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Gran Aventurero #5
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Cover artist: Fernando Fernández (from story art)
Country/language: Mini spain.gif Spain / Spanish
Format: 21 × 27 cm
Pages: 84 pgs, color & b/w
Publishing date: October 1989
Editor: Miguel Pellicer
Publishing company: Editiones B
Preceded by: Gran Aventurero #4
Followed by: Gran Aventurero #6

Mandrake stories

Note: Sunday pages from July 25 to August 23, 1936 (in b/w. / Mandrake is called "Merlin el Mago Moderno")

Other comics

  • "Quico el progre" by José Luis Martín Zabala (aka: J.L.Martín) (in b/w.)
  • "Jungle Jim" *"Jungle Jim" El tirano de las Islas Paguan (part 3) by Don Moore (w.) and Alex Raymond (a.) (from the last panel of the October 23, 1938 Sunday page to the second panel of the December 18, 1938 Sunday page / to in b/w)
  • "Lucky Starr", Los océanos de Venus by Fernando Fernández (in color / + one page about the creator, information including the fact that the story is based on the eponym Isaac Asimov's 1952 novel for which Asimov used however the French pen name "Paul French" )
  • "Terry and the Pirates" by Milton Caniff (part 5 in b/w. / from October 29 to November 9, 1937 daily strips, including Sunday pages)
  • "Popeye" by Elzie Crisler Segar (part 5 / from March 19 to 30, 1934 Daily strips in b/w.)
  • comic page by Perich (in b/w.).