Benito Jacovitti (March 19, 1923 - December 3, 1997) was born in Termoli, Italy. In 1956 he began working for the newspaper Il Giormo, where Cocco Bill was born. Ten years later he join Il Corriere dei Piccoli.
© 1967. Printed as a spread since most of signatures are on every even page on the first strip [JAC 67], and page numberings on the every odd page on the very lower right corner on a worm. The opening page is one huge pager frame with signature in the lower right corner (no worm on it). Other pages are a common comics story. Opening pager is out counted from page numbering which counts a spread as one entity (i.e. there exists one pager and 9 spreads, each spread counted individually). 19 pgs.
Reprint changes (page altering):
Jacovitti Magazine #11: All spread numbers erased, except one on page 17 and it says, "8".
- Giorno dei Ragazzi #40 to #49 (1967).
- Jacovitti Magazine #14 (June 1997*). Part 1: 1 pg (the opening pager). Color.
- Jacovitti Magazine #11 (Aug. 1996). Part 2: 18 pgs (all but the opening pager). B&W.
- Il giorno di Cocco Bill (2009). 27 pgs. Color.
A halfly escaped bandit terrorizes a town. The lower half of him is already captured. Cocco Bill meets also Osusanna and he will be terrorized by her.
Cocco Bill; Trottalemme; Sceriffo Nik Waterfoots; Gun Ponzipo; Muppy Tonanza; Kurly Bobo; Zum Quatermann; Tomas Paloma; Osusanna; Grand Cornacchione.
[* Opening page excerpt from the Italian reprinted edition]
- The original Cocco Bill
- The original Zorro Kid
- The other originals
- Jacovitti in Brazil
- Jacovitti in Finland
- Jacovitti in France
- Jacovitti in Germany
- Jacovitti in Greece
- Jacovitti in Hungary
- Jacovitti in the Netherlands
- Jacovitti in Norway
- Jacovitti in Spain
- Jacovitti in Sweden
- Jacovitti in Yugoslavia
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