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crazybuyer
15-01-07, 19:01
What's your favourite one?:wave:

Maciamo
15-01-07, 19:16
What famous Italian comics is there ? It would be nice if you could write a list of recommendations.

Duo
04-03-07, 23:15
I'm tryin to think, are diabolik and Dylan dog originally Italian... I remember them being quite famous in Italy

Riccardo
24-03-11, 20:09
http://www.gorianet.it/gianfranco/copertine/images/2002%20-%20Topolino%202427%204%20giugno%202002%20-%20Samurai.jpg

Topolino! =D

Reinaert
30-05-11, 18:40
Well well... Isn't Topolino just Mickey Mouse? :grin:

Riccardo
31-05-11, 18:57
Well well... Isn't Topolino just Mickey Mouse? :grin:

Oh yes! =D

howyesno
23-12-17, 23:48
"Alan Ford" was quite popular in ex-Yugoslavia

Salento
24-12-17, 00:28
il Giornalino di Gianburrasca
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Il_Giornalino_di_Gian_Burrasca

Salento
24-12-17, 00:42
I believe that the Creators are all Italians, but most stories are based elsewhere.

- Children -

Lupo Alberto
Geppo
- Not Children - [emoji2]

Tex (Willer)
Diabolik
Alan Ford
Il Comandante Mark
Zagor

zagortenay
24-12-17, 08:37
In Turkey Zagor was the most popular Italian comic as you can tell from my avatar.

Cato
24-12-17, 14:02
Regarding Disney characters i have a good collection of Topolino, Zio Paperone, Paperino, Topomistery, Topolino adventure, I grandi classici disney, Giovani Marmotte and Paper fantasy :) almost all the stories were written and drawn by italian authors..

I've always prefered Paperino and Zio Paperone, the ones with Topolino as protagonist were boring Detective stories :bored:

don_joe
24-12-17, 17:28
Nothing beats Alan Ford, intelligent humour and bizzare situations. I used to read Zagor, Tex, Captain Mark and a whole bunch of those. Now I buy multipacks of Dylan Dog as a light summer literature.

Ian L
14-09-19, 07:13
Tex I love it