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13 Rue del Percebe by Francisco Ibañez4
Mortadelo y Filemón II by Francisco Ibáñez1,3,6
La familia Cebolleta by Manuel Vázquez8
Zipi y Zape I by Josep Escobar2,5,9
Anacleto, agente secreto by Manuel Vázquez10
Superlópez by Jan11
Rigoberto Picaporte by Robert Segura12
Carioco by Carlos Conti13
El doctor Cataplasma by Martz Schmidt14
Segis y Olivio by Jaume Rovira15
El profesor Tragacanto by Martz Schmidt16
La Familia Trapisonda : un grupito que es la monda by Francisco Ibáñez16
Angelito by Manuel Vázquez17
Hug, el troglodita by Jordi Gosset20
Pascual, criado leal by Ángel Nadal22
Benito Boniato by Fresno's25
El botones Sacarino by Francisco Ibáñez29
Pepe Gotera y Otilio. Chapuzas a domicilio by Francisco Ibáñez30
Las Hermanas Gilda by Manuel Vázquez31
Rompetechos I by Francisco Ibáñez7,32
Carpanta by Josep Escobar28,33
Petra, criada para todo by Josep Escobar34
Sir Tim O'Theo by Juan Rafart35
Don Pío by José Peñarroya36

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