WebFind: Globo Comico Flickr, a fantastic international comic covers resource

International US Comic Reprints Montage

Norman Scott Robinson, a moderator of the Comic Book Historians Facebook Group, recently highlighted a great resource of non-American comic covers reprinting US comics, Globo Comico – located on the photography site, Flickr.

The resource includes covers of many international reprints of many superhero, humour and adventure comics, including, for example, the 172 issues featuring original non-canon Sgt. Fury stories/art that were published by La Prensa only in Mexico between 1971-1976.

The original material was licensed featuring work by Mexican artists Ramiro Zittle and José Luis González Durán.

El Sargento Furia #125 (1972, La Prensa), published in Mexico
El Sargento Furia #125 (1972, La Prensa), published in Mexico
Croatia’s Marvel Avanture #16, published in 2019
Croatia’s Marvel Avanture #16, published in 2019

Other albums include African, East Asian, European, Latin American, Middle Eastern, Indian comic covers and much more, offering a fascinating look at the way US comics and heroes have been sold to fans across the globe.

Check out the Globo Comico Flickr Photostream at www.flickr.com/photos/globocomico

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