Strip Adventure

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Strip Adventure
Strip Adventure-01-01.jpg
First issue
Country/language: Mini usa.gif USA / English
Publishing company: JAL Publications
Publishing years: 1991-199?
Format: 21,5×28 cm, b/w

Strip Adventure was a comics reprints magazine, published in black & white by JAL Publications in USA in 1991 and 1992.

Issue overview

Regular series

The three first issues of Strip Adventure focusing on just one character from 1989-1990: "Rip Kirby" by John Prentice (January 22 to July 14, 1990), "Secret Agent Corrigan" by George Evans (December 25, 1989 to October 1, 1990) and "Mandrake the Magician" by Fred Fredericks. The "Special"" issue printed the finale adventures of "Brick Bradford" by Paul Norris (December 22, 1986 to April 25, 1987 + Sunday page May 10, 1987), "Buz Sawyer" by John Celardo (April 24 to October 7, 1989) and "Captain Easy" by Mick Casale and Bill Crooks (August 8 to October 1, 1988). It also have interviews with Paul Norris and Mick Casale.

Antology format

The fourth issue going to an antology format and casting: "The Phantom" Sundays by Sy Barry, "Prince Valiant" by John Cullen Murphy, "Flash Gordon" Sundays by Dan Barry and "Tarzan" Sundays by Gray Morrow.

Second series

The series changed its logo and restarted its numbering in 1992 (issues 1 and 2). The series printed strips from 1990 in antology format: "Secret Agent Corrigan" by George Evans, "Rip Kirby" by John Prentice, "Prince Valiant" by John Cullen Murphy, "Tim Tyler's Luck" by Bob Young, "Alley Oop" by Dave Graue, "Steve Roper & Mike Nomad" by Matera and Saunders, "Flash Gordon" by Jones and Reese, "Tarzan" by Gray Morrow, "The Phantom" by Lee Falk and Sy Barry, "Mandrake the Magician" by Lee Falk and Fred Fredericks.

Third series

In 1996 (?) the series reprinted the first six issues (issues 1 and 2 from 1992 became issues 5 and 6).

The series continued its printing focusing on just one character: #7 "Kerry Drake" by Alfred Andriola, #8 "The Lone Ranger", #9 "Flash Gordon", #10 "Secret Agent X-9", #11 "Kerry Drake" by Alfred Andriola, #12 and #13 "Dan Dunn" by Alfred Andriola, #14 (?), #15 (?). And finally "Strip Adventure Presents..." The Final Episodes, reprinting the Special issue from 1991.