Jornal do Cuto 79
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|Jornal do Cuto #79|
Cover artist: from Alex Raymond art (?)
|Country/language:||Portugal / Portuguese|
|Format:||19 × 27 cm|
|Pages:||28 pgs, b/w|
|Publishing date:||January 11, 1973|
|Editor:||M. A. Lopes de Sousa|
|Publishing company:||Portugal Press|
|Preceded by:||Jornal do Cuto #78|
|Followed by:||Jornal do Cuto #98|
Jornal do Cuto #79
- "O Misterio do Homem-Negro" ("The Dark One") by Lee Falk and Phil Davis, part 12
- "Flash Gordon" by Alex Raymond.
- "Pelo Mundo Fora" ("Rob The Rover") by Walter Booth.
- "Cuto", Tragedia No Oriente by Jesus Blasco.
- "A Torre de D. Ramires" (based on the fairy tale by Eça de Queiroz) by Eduardo Teixeira Coelho.
- "O Gavião dos Mares" by ?
- "Spider", Homem-Aranha contra os Sete Sinistros by Reg Bunn.
- "O Fantasma de Forest" by Jesus Blasco.
- "Tarzan" by Russ Manning.
- "A Longo Caminho" by Jesus Blasco.
- A Casa da Azenha by Vítor Péon.
- "O Caminho do Oriente" by Raul Correia and Eduardo Teixeira Coelho.
- "Na Pista de Fu Chong" by ?
- "Moira, A Escrava de Roma" by Alberto Salinas.
- "Falcão Negro", Tempestade no Forte Benton by Eduardo Teixeira Coelho.
- A "Estrudes" de Altinho by Antonio Cardoso Lopes.
- "Cisco Kid", O Regresso de Cisco Kid by Rod Reed and Jose Luis Salinas.
- "Principe Valente" ("Prince Valiant") by Harold R.Foster.
- "Popeye" by Bud Sagendorf.