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Country/language: Mini argentina.gif Argentina / Spanish
Publishing company: Editorial Manuel Láines
Publishing years: 1938-1950
Issues: 628
Format: 26.5×34.5 cm, b/w

Issue overview

Regular series

The series was launched in 1938 featuring "Ming Fú" by Brandon Walsh, "Mamá Manzanas (Mary Worth)" by Martha Orr among other comic strips. "El Fantasma" by Lee Falk and Ray Moore started in issue 46, and from issue 63 "El Cowboy Aventurero (Red Ryder)". Then followed "Mefisto el Mago Mandrake the Magician" by Lee Falk and Phil Davis, "El pato Donald (Donald Duck)", "Namor el Anfibio Maravilloso" by Bill Everett and "Radio Patrol" by Sullivan.

In 1947 other characters followed: "Johnny Hazard", "Red Ryder", "Jon Jason", "Captain Easy", "Dick Tracy", "El Capitán y sus Sobrinos", "Kid Dinamita (Kid Dynamite)", "Steve Canyon" and "Príncipe Valiente (Prince Valiant)". And in 1948: "Vagoneta (Abbie an’Slats)" and "Jack Armstrong" by Bob Schoenke.

Issues with Mandrake

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Title Issues Comment
"El Oso Fantasma" ..., 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, ...