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Series: Ken Parker

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Ken Parker by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker - Os Cervos/Um Hálito de Gelo by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker : [Pitkä piilukko ; Kaivoskaupunki] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker : [Ryöstö Reginal Streetillä ; Helyjä ja huijauksia] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker [Donovanin poikasakki ; Prinssi ja teatterityttö] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker [Uudisraivaajat ; Boston] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker v. 11
Ken Parker: [Cochiton nainen ; Adah] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker: [Salamurhaaja ; Tehdaslakko] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker: [Seuraava pysäkki: Stockton ; Naikan viha] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker: [Totuus ; Villiä rotua] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker: [Veren puna ; Sotilaiden tarinat] by Giancarlo Berardi
Ken Parker: Adah - 46 by Ivo Milazzo
Ken Parker: Lily e il cacciatore by Giancarlo Berardi; Ivo Milazzo
Ken Parker: oltre la frontiera by Giancarlo Berardi

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Series description

Ken Parker is a series of Italian comics created in 1977 by Giancarlo Berardi and Ivo Milazzo. 

In totale sono state pubblicate 90 storie di Ken Parker: 59 nella prima serie "storica", fra il 1977 e il 1984; poi 8 storie fuori serie uscite fra il 1984 e il 1987; 17 storie nella seconda serie Ken Parker Magazine (anni '90); poi 4 storie uscite in altrettanti Speciali (1996-1998); infine le 2 ministorie "Immagini" (in appendice a Ken Parker Magazine) e "La leggenda di Kenissuaq" (in Ken Parker Collezione).

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