#Vol.23 No.19: The Dragour From Vega-3

  It's originally posted at Mandrake The Magician
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Here is a Indrajal comic having the Sunday story S152 - Dr Ffark's Cosmic Circus started 5 Feb 1984 and ended 3 Jun 1984 for 18 weeks long.
This comic has been scanned, cleaned and made available to this blog by PEDER the creator of Xanadu site for Mandrake!!! Thanks a lot, Peder for the contribution.
Loved the scans and the story. Peder has scanned the book cover to cover and I am pretty sure Col.Worubu would like all the ads and side stories.
















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14 comments:

Comic World on 26 January 2008 at 23:03 said...

This is a very fascinating tale...one of my favorite.Really the imagination of Falk was unmatched in every way.Thanks to all contributors for it.

Colonel Worobu on 27 January 2008 at 05:58 said...

Bala,

Thank you for remembering me and my request for ads. I dont know if Peder knows about me but I sincerely thank him for these beautiful scans.

:o)
Col. W

adibud34 on 27 January 2008 at 08:34 said...

Thanks so much for this comic! It was very interesting to read - although, I wish Lothar were around, he would've taken care of the 'Gourmet Gourmand Alien'! :)

Indrajal Comics Club on 27 January 2008 at 18:23 said...

thanks for the post, please ask peder to scan more n more ;-

Ruchi said...

Thanks for this comic. A very different one. Mandrake has to rely on his wit, rather than magic to bail himself (and others) out.

- Ruchi.

bahadur on 28 January 2008 at 23:02 said...

Great effort,Bala.
Keep it up.But my request still holds good...i want to see the story of how OCTON was exposed.
Can we get to view that strip?
Will be a mind blowing post,please.

CHANDAN

Phantom And Mandrake Fan on 29 January 2008 at 11:58 said...

CW: You are welcome. Nice one.
Col.W: You are welcome. I will pass on your compliments to Peder.
Aditya: You are welcome. Lothar was missing here, maybe gone to deep woods to assist Phantom.
ICC: You are welcome. Will ask Peder.
@Ruchi: You are welcome. true.
@Bahadur: You are welcome. Have not forgotten that, one of my friends said it had only been published in a swedish fantomet magazine. Once I can get it I will post it. BTW I have a turkish book having Mandrake's first sunday, a huge one, 168 pages or so.

MaNdrAke dudE on 29 January 2008 at 16:15 said...

Lothar was missing here, maybe gone to deep woods to assist Phantom

NOOOOO!!!!!PHANTOM works ALONE!!!!....atlst WORKED ALONE till '99,in time of "Falk".....donno what's now? ;-)

May be,Mandrake wished 2 have few moments wid Narda,alone!;o)

Btwn,Lothar's so-called assist(to GWW) happened recently in the begining of 'Hitman';2006 i.e. in Fredricks era! ;-/

The Phantom Head (TPH) on 30 January 2008 at 09:40 said...

Thanks Bala. This is a very interesting story. Thanks to Peder also.

The story where Octon was revealed as cobra was also published in India in Diamond Comics. They published it in three parts (mandrake - 18, 19 and 20). I have the last two parts in Hindi.

Deb said...

Thanks a lot, MTM & Peder. This was one of my favorites.

Anonymous said...

I think the download link is dead. Please renew it

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:18 said...

CW: You are welcome. Nice one.
Col.W: You are welcome. I will pass on your compliments to Peder.
Aditya: You are welcome. Lothar was missing here, maybe gone to deep woods to assist Phantom.
ICC: You are welcome. Will ask Peder.
@Ruchi: You are welcome. true.
@Bahadur: You are welcome. Have not forgotten that, one of my friends said it had only been published in a swedish fantomet magazine. Once I can get it I will post it. BTW I have a turkish book having Mandrake's first sunday, a huge one, 168 pages or so.

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:18 said...

Thanks for this comic. A very different one. Mandrake has to rely on his wit, rather than magic to bail himself (and others) out.

- Ruchi.

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:18 said...

Thanks a lot, MTM & Peder. This was one of my favorites.

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