Hugo Pratt corto maltese
Corto Maltese debuted in the serial Ballad of the Salty Sea, one of several Hugo Pratt stories published in the…Read on
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Corto Maltese debuted in the serial Ballad of the Salty Sea, one of several Hugo Pratt stories published in the first edition of the magazine Sergeant Kirk in July 1967.
The story centers around smugglers and pirates in the World War I-era Pacific Islands. In 1970, Pratt moved to France and began a series of short Corto Maltese stories for the French magazine Pif Gadget, an arrangement lasting four years and producing many 20-page stories. In 1974 he returned to full-length stories, sending Corto to 1918 Siberia in the story Corto Maltese in Siberia, first serialised in the Italian comics magazine Linus.
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Jean Giraud aka Mœbius
The Mœbius pseudonym, which Giraud came to use for his science fiction and fantasy work, was born in 1963. In…Read on