Mandrake roi de la magie (CELEG / Giff Wiff 23 bis)
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|Giff-Wiff #23, supplement|
Roi de la magie
Cover artist: Phil Davis (from story art)
|Country/language:||France / French|
|Format:||30 × 22 cm|
|Pages:||66 pgs, b/w|
|Publishing date:||September, 1967|
|Preceded by:||Mandrake Roi de la Magie #1|
- "Le royaume des bandits" ("Land of the Fakirs") by Lee Falk and Phil Davis.
- "Au pays des nains méchants" ("Land of the Little People") by Lee Falk and Phil Davis.
- "Le monde à X dimensions" ("Chamber into the X Dimension") by Lee Falk and Phil Davis.
- "L'autre côté de la lune" ("The Lunar Trip") by Lee Falk and Phil Davis.
- "Du temps que Mandrake n'avait pas peur de la magie" by Francis Lacassin.
- "Mandrake à l'écran" by Jean-Claude Romer (French movie director).
- This release, re-issue of the previous Mandrake Roi de la magie #2, is an extra-issue (numbering 23 bis) of the then current C.E.L.E.G. magazine "Giff-Wiff" devoted to comics history. The ordinary "Giff-Wiff" issue #23 was published in March 1967 and mainly consacred to Al Capp, the famous creator of "Li'l Abner".
- The "Giff-Wiff" extra-issues were exclusively devoted to comic reprints when the usual issues were about study aricles.
- The "Chamber into the X Dimension" story included two Sunday pages (August 30, 1936 and February 21, 1937) which were missing in the Mandrake Roi de la magie #2 previously released.