Saturday, December 29, 2012

Roberto Alcázar (Spanish Comic)

Web translation from Spanish wikipedia:


Roberto Fortress and Pedrín (in its origins, Roberto Fortress, the intrepid Spanish adventurer) is a Spanish series of comic strips created in 1940 by the screenwriter and publishing Juan Baptist Port, owner of the Editorial Valencian one, and the sketcher Eduardo Vañó Shepherd.  Is the most long-lived one of the history of the Spanish comic, 1 with a total of 1,219 notebooks along 35 years, until 1976 and, along with The Warrior of the Antifaz, the most popular and influential of the years 40, among those of realistic graphics.

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