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|Title= Mandrake Super Albo #112
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|Title= Super Albo #112<br>Mandrake
 
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|Publisher=[[Edizioni Fratelli Spada]]
 
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|Preceded= [[Super Albo 110 - Mandrake (Fratelli Spada)|''Super Albo'' #110]]  
|Followed= [[Super Albo 114 - Mandrake (Fratelli Spada)|''Mandrake Super Albo'' #114]]
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=== Other comics ===
 
=== Other comics ===
*"Secret Agent X9", ''La scarpetta di cenerentola'' by Austin Briggs.
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*Agente secreto X9" ("Secret Agent X9"), ''La scarpetta di cenerentola'' by Robert Storm and Austin Briggs (Daily strips from November 7, 1938 to January 14, 1939 / Original title: ''The Shoe of Cinderella'').
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== Original art ==
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[[Category:Super Albo - Mandrake (Fratelli Spada) issues|Super Albo 112]]
 
[[Category:Super Albo - Mandrake (Fratelli Spada) issues|Super Albo 112]]

Latest revision as of 19:22, 18 August 2021

Super Albo #112
Mandrake
Super Albo 112.jpg
Cover artist: Mario Caria
Country/language: Mini italy.gif Italy / Italian
Format: 17 × 24 cm
Pages: 68 pgs, full color
Publishing date: November 22, 1964
Editor: unknown
Publishing company: Edizioni Fratelli Spada
Preceded by: Super Albo #110
Followed by: Super Albo #114


Contents

Mandrake stories

Other comics

  • Agente secreto X9" ("Secret Agent X9"), La scarpetta di cenerentola by Robert Storm and Austin Briggs (Daily strips from November 7, 1938 to January 14, 1939 / Original title: The Shoe of Cinderella).

Original art