DescriptionEl Tony "El Vampiro y Robert" (Batman and Robin) Sunday Comic Strip Production Art (Editorial Columba, c. 1940). Batman and Robin fighting mobsters who have their own Dirigible... in Spanish! This cut-and-paste production was created most likely from the Bob Kane drawn US version of the Batman and Robin comic strip. The paste-up artwork was extended to fill the panels in some cases and all text is paste-up as well. Created for an Argentinean Sunday magazine El Tony, the title of the original US strip was changed to El Vampiro y Robert (The Vampire and Robert). Tanned, the page has paste-up residue and handling, along with some minor blue line editorial markings. Overall in Very Good condition.
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