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Jacovitti Timeline

Benito Jacovitti stories ordered according their first publishing. Source: Jacovitti – Sessant’anni di Surrealismo a fumetti (2010)

Pay attention, Giuseppe and such has been separated from the list under headline Miscs.

The stories listed here in the chronology are distributed across the three “publishing groups” for which Jac worked
longer (Franco Bellacci comicography was divided in four parts, here they are combined as one): 

  1. AVE/EDI.PER (“Il Vittorioso” and its retinue “Vitt”; books, almanacs, “Diario Vitt”)
  2. “Corriere della Sera” (“Corriere dei Piccoli”, “Corriere dei Ragazzi”)
  3. Soc. Ed. Lombarda/SEGISA (“Il Giorno”, “Il Giorno del Lunedì”, “Il Giorno dei Ragazzi”, “Il Giorno della Donna”)
  4. And a group of various other publications

For the untitled stories [in square brackets] the title is suggested by the character protagonist and the topic of the story. The unsure date is presented in square brackets.

| 1923 | 1940 | 1941 | 1942 | 1943 | 1944 | 1945 | 1946 | 1947 | 1948 | 1949 | 1950 | 1951 | 1952 | 1953 | 1954 | 1955 | 1956 | 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1992 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 2000 | 2001 | Miscs |

Abbreviation: 

  • [Hachette] = Cocco Bill [Hachette] (2017-2019) aka Cocco Bill e il meglio di Jacovitti
  • Re, or rist. = ristampa (reprint)
    • Anastatic printing: (From Anastasis, resuscitation, raising up again): This process for producing copies of manuscript, or printed documents, or engravings, that can with difficulty be detecte from the originals, was invented by M. Baldermus, at Erfurt about 1841. It was soon after made public and Faraday explained the process at the Royal Institution, April 25, 1845. It has since transpired that a similar process had been employed in England some time before M. Baldermus’s invention was made known. The invention was improved and extended by Strickland and Delamotte in 1848. The process is analgous to lithography, but a zinc plate is employed instead of a stone. A printed page, an engraving, or a blank note may be exactly copied by this invention. Moisten the printed paper with dilute phosphoric acid, lay it downwards on a clean sheet of zinc, and put it into a press for a short time. The acid of the unprinted parts etches the zinc beneath, while the printed part also sets off on the zinc, and thus produces a reverse copy of the printing. Wash the plate with an acid solution of gum, and it will be ready for use. The plate may now be treated as the stone in lithographic printing; first damped and then rolled. The affinity of the ink to the letters already “set off” on the plate, and the repulsion of the other parts of the plate, cause the lines of the device to take the ink, but the other parts remain clean; the printing then follows.—See “A brief Description of the Art of Anastatic Printing, with illustrative specimens and full directions.” By S. H. Cowell. Ipswich: 1868.
  • Forced = The order of the frames from the original print has been reordered according a new dimension of the page
  • A. = Albo = Book
  • AVE = AVE
  • Serie di Giraffone, or A. [di] Giraffone = Albi del Vittorioso, Serie di Giraffone
  • Serie di Pippo, A. [di] Pippo = Gli Albi del Vittorioso, Serie di Pippo

BTW, 

  • Pippo could be translated as Goofy
  • Cocco Bill could be translated as Coconut Bill
  • Chicchirì, or Chicchirichi could be translated as Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo, or a chatty person

The letterers and colorists:

  • Baby Tarallo (the first episode) was lettered by Benito Jacovitti. [Source: Jacovitti. Sessant’anni di surrealismo a fumetti, 2010, pg 117]
  • The other comics (starting from 1949? till ??) were lettered and colored by two Castellari brothers, Alfonso and Lorenzo (according Benito Jacovitti’s instructions). [Source: Jacovitti. Sessant’anni di surrealismo a fumetti, 2010, pg 117]

1923–1997

  • Benito Jacovitti was born in Termoli (March 9, 1923).

1940

  • 001Pippo #1: “Pippo e gli inglesi”. 11 pgs. B&W. Il Vittorioso #40 (Oct. 5, 1940) to #50 (Dec. 14, 1940). Re: A. AVE #50 (1942, anastatic 2000). A. ANAF n. n. (1972). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). “Pippo and the British”. The very first printed Jacovitti comics story.

1941

  • 002“Il barbiere della prateria”. 10 pgs. Il Vittorioso #4 (Jan. 25, 1941) to #13 (March 29 1941). Re: A. AVE #51 (1942, anastatic 2000). A. ANAF n. n. (1974). “The prairie barber”, an Indian story.
  • 003Caccia grossa #1: “Caccia grossa”. 29 pgs. A. Viaggi e Avventure #1 (March 23, 1941) to #29 (Oct. 5, 1941). Re: Exploit Comics #38 (1986). Caccia grossa (“Il Fumetto”, 2004). “A Big Game” in Black Africa. Pay attention, also Walter Faccini draw “Caccia Grossa” for example in Topolino (1942), see sample in Sessant’anni (2010), pg 24.
  • 004Pippo #2: “Pippo e il mistero dei ‘lupino’”. 14 pgs. B&W. Il Vittorioso #16 (April 19, 1941) to #29 (July 17, 1941). Re: A. AVE #53 (1942, anastatic 2000). A. ANAF n. n. (1973). “Pippo and the mystery of the ‘lupine’”.
  • 005“Storiella con poche parole“. 1 pg. A. Viaggi e Avventure #13 (June 15, 1941). Re: Il Fumetto (ANAF) #30 (1984). “A story in a few words”.
  • 006“Storiella con poche parole“. 1 pg. A. Viaggi e Avventure #15 (June 29, 1941). Re: Il Fumetto (ANAF) #30 (1984).
  • 007Pippo #3: “Pippo e la boa”. B&W. Il Vittorioso #31 (Aug. 2, 1941) to #45 (Nov. 8, 1941). Re: A. AVE #52 (1942, anastatic 2000), supplement for Il Vittorioso #44 (1942). A. ANAF n. n. (1974). “Pippo and the buoy”.
  • 008“Il pericolo pubblico #13”. 16 pgs. A. AVE #44 (Sept. 12, 1941). Re: A. AVE #44 ( anastatic 2000). A. ANAF n. n. (1972). A crime story.
  • 009Pippo #4: “Forza Pippo!” 15 pgs. 2-color & B&W. Il Vittorioso #47 (Nov. 22, 1941) to #9 (Feb. 28, 1942). Re: A. Conti #28 (1975). “Come on, Pippo!”.
  • 010Pippo #5: “Pippo e il neo Vittorioso” 1 pg. L’Aspirante #37 (Dec. 21, 1941). Re: Informavitt #12 (1994). “Pippo and the new Vittorioso”.

1942

  • 011“Una caccia movimentata”. 1 pg. Il Vittorioso #2 (Jan. 10, 1942). “An eventful hunt”.
  • 012Pippo #6: “Pippo indaga”. 20 pgs. Il Vittorioso #11 (March 14, 1942) to #30 (July 25, 1942). Re: Vitt #38 (1942). A. ANAF n. n. (1974). “Pippo investigates”.
  • 013“Alì Babà e i quaranta ladroni”. 23 pgs. Il Vittorioso #15 (April 11, 1942) to #37 (Sept. 12, 1942). Re: A. Supergigante #1 (1942). A. Conti #16 (1975). Pirati Briganti e Carambate (Sept. 2011). Ali Baba story.
  • 014“Un marinaio nella stratosfera”. 24 pgs. A. Vitt #35 (Aug. 1, 1942). Re: A. ANAF n. n. (1972). A sailor in the stratosphere.
  • 015Alvaro #1: “Alvaro il corsaro”. 16 pgs. A. Roma #18 (Aug. 8, 1942). Re: A. ANAF n. n. (1973). Pirati Briganti e Carambate (Sept. 2011). 10 pgs (6 strips per page). B&W. Alvaro the corsair.
  • 016Pippo #7: “Pippo e il circo”. 20 pgs. B&W. Il Vittorioso #38  (Sept. 19, 1942) to #7 (Feb. 20, 1943). Re: A. Conti #274 (1990). “Pippo and the circus”.
  • 017“Cucù”. 20 pgs. Il Vittorioso #38 (Sept. 19, 1942) to #7 (Feb. 20, 1943). Re: A. di Giraffone #2 (1948). A. ANAF n. n. (1973). A story of a young boy.
  • 018“Legittima difesa”. 1 pg. Il Vittorioso #48 (Nov. 28, 1942). Re: Informavitt #20 (1996). A legitimate defense.
  • 019Alvaro #2: “Alvaro il naufrago”. 16 pgs. A. Roma #22  (Dec., 1942). Re: A. ANAF n. n. (1973). Pirati Briganti e Carambate (Sept. 2011). 8 pgs (6 strips per page). B&W. Alvaro the castaway.
  • 020Pippo #8: “Una trovata di Pippo”. 1 pg. L’Aspirante #31 (Dec. 13, 1942). Re: Informavitt #15 (1995). “A gimmick by Pippo”.

1943

  • 021Pippo #9: “Pippo trotta”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #8 (Feb. 27, 1943) to #23 (July 24, 1943). Re: A. Roma #4, a supplement for Il Vittorioso #35(1946). A. di Pippo #15, supplement for Il Vittorioso #32 (1949, anastatic 1991). “Avvenire 7” #117 to #227 (1973). A. Conti #197 (1980). “Pippo trots”.
  • 022“Caramba”. 19 pgs*/20 pgs. Il Vittorioso #8 (Feb. 27, 1943) to #26 (Dec. 30, 1943), as 19 pgs (last page missing). Re: A. di Giraffone #1 (1948), 20 pgs. A. ANAF n. n. (1973). “Avvenire 7” (Nov. 15, 1973 to June 5, 1974). Pirati Briganti e Carambate (Sept. 2011). 20 pgs. B&W. “Damn”. Verses of the Piazza. *) The last page was missing on Il Vittorioso. The story was published completely only in A. di Giraffone #1 (1948).
  • 023Pippo #10: “Pippo e la pesca”. 20 pgs. Il Vittorioso #24 (July 31, 1943) to #17 (Nov. 26, 1944). Re: A. di Pippo #2 (1948, anastatic 1991). A. Conti #133 (1978). “Pippo and fishing”.
  • 024“Romero el torero”. 16 pgs. A. Roma #25 (Aug., 1943). Re: A. di Pippo #14 (1949, anastatic 1991). A. Conti #31 (1975). Romero the bullfighter.
  • 025Pippo #11: “Pippo e il contrabbandiere”. 16 pgs. A. Roma #27 (Oct., 1943). Re: A. di Pippo #13 (1949, anastatic 1991). A. Conti #71 (1976). Vitt & Dintorni #10 (2008)“Pippo and the smuggler”.
  • 026“Pete lo sceriffo”. 16 pgs. A. Roma #28 (1943). Re: A. ANAF n. n. (1974). “Pete the Sheriff”.

1944

  • 027“Chicchirichi”. 20 pgs. Il Vittorioso #1 (Feb. 30, 1944) to #20 (Dec. 17, 1944). Re: A. di Giraffone #3 (1948). A. ANAF n. n. (1972). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo”.
  • 028“Peppino il Paladino”. 24 pgs. Il Vittorioso #19 (Dec. 10, 1944) to #21 (June 10, 1945). Re: A. di Pippo #6 (1948, anastatic 1991). “Avvenire 7” #231 (1972) to #71 (1973). A. Conti #69 (1976). Autobiografia mai scritta (2010). “Peppino the Paladin”.
  • 029“Cin-cin”. 21 pgs. Il Vittorioso #21 (Dec. 24, 1944) to #20 (June 3, 1944). Re: A. di Giraffone #4 (1949). A. Conti #42 (1975). A Chinese story.

1945

  • 030Pippo #12: “Pippo e il dittatore”. 11 pgs. B&W, except last three strip on last page: color. Intervallo #2 (May 12, 1945) to #12 (July 28, 1945). Re: A. di Pippo #5 (1948, anastatic 1991). Il Mago #1 (April 1972). Jacovitti Memories #2 (Mondadori 1975). A. Conti #151 (1978). Jacovittisimo! (Salani 1999). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). Hachette #79 (2019). “Pippo and [Adolf ‘Ahi Flitt’ Hitler] the dictator”. The nickname “Flitt” was named after a popular bug spray. On Il Mago, Jacovitti Memories and Jacovittissimo! with the title Ahi Flitt!
  • 031Cip #1: “Cip il poliziotto”. 12 pgs. Il Vittorioso #22 (June 17, 1945) to #33 (Sept. 2, 1945). Re: A. di Pippo #9 (1949, anastatic 1991), supplement for Il Vittorioso #8 (1949). Il Mago #6 (Sept. 1972). Jacovitti Memories #3 (Mondadori 1975). A. Conti #246 (1983). On A. di Pippo with the title “Cip l’arcipoliziotto” on the cover, but “Cip poliziotto” on the first table. In Il Mago and Jacovitti Memories with the title “Cip poliziotto”. “Cip the policeman”.
  • 033“La famiglia Spaccabue!”. 11 pgs. Intervallo #13 (Aug. 12, 1945) to #24 (Nov. 24, 1945). Re: A. ANAF n. n. (1973). A. Conti #272 (1989). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). “The Bullbreaker family!”. On A. Conti and on Eia eia baccalà: five unpublished tables.
  • 034“Ciak!”. 18 pgs. Il Vittorioso #34 (Sept. 9, 1945) to #3 (Jan. 20, 1946). Re: Jacovitti Magazine #18 (Nov. 1998). 19 pgs. Color. A. Conti #375 (1997). “Clapperboard!”.
  • 036“Battista l’ingenuo fascista”. 13 pgs. Intervallo #26 (Dec. 8, 1945) to #14 (June 8, 1946). Re: A. Conti #10 (1974). Il Meridiano #42 (1979): #43 to #45 (1980). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). “Baptist the naive fascist”.

1946

  • 037“Caccia grossissima” 19 pgs. Il Vittorioso #4 (Jan. 27, 1946) to #22 (June 16, 1946). Re: A. di Giraffone #6 (1949). A. Conti #248 (1983). A big hunt.
  • 038Pippo #15: “Pippo vola”. 12 pgs. Il Vittorioso #18 (May 19, 1946) to #29 (Aug. 4, 1946). Re: A. di Pippo #3 (1948, anastatic 1991). A supplement for Il Vittorioso (Dec. 20, 1953). ANAF n. n. (1972). A. Conti #307 (1994). I Classici de Fumetto di Repubblica #38 (2003). “Pippo flies”.
  • 039“Mandrago”. 12 pgs. Il Vittorioso #27 (July 21, 1946) to #38 (Oct. 6, 1946). Re: A. di Pippo #4 (1948, anastatic 1991). A supplement for Il Vittorioso (5.7.1953). Vitt #4 (1969). Il Mago #2 (May 1972). Jacovitti Memories #2 (Mondadori 1975). A. Conti #152 (1978). Jacovitti Magazine #20 (June 2001). Color. Vol. Alessandro ed. (2001). Hachette #63 (2018), Six strips per page, only two on the last page. Color. A Mandrage parody.
  • 040Pippo #16: “Pippo cow-boy”. 14 pgs. B&W. Il Vittorioso #34 (Sept. 8, 1946) to #47 (Dec. 8, 1946). Re: A. di Pippo #11 (1949, anastatic 1991), supplement for Il Vittorioso #14 (1949). Il Vittorioso #28 to #34 (1965). Vitt #33 (1970). A. Conti #88 (1976). Hachette #19 (2017). “Pippo Cowboy”.
  • 043“Pinocchio”. 31 pgs. Color. Il Vittorioso #49 (Dec. 22, 1946) to #26 (July 13, 1947). Re: A. di Giraffione #24 (1950). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “rosa” AVE 1961). Pinocchio (Mondadori 1972). A. Conti #72 (1976). Pinocchio (ed. Di 2007). Hachette #70 (2018). A famous Pinocchio story. Made in 1943–1944.

1947

  • 044Pippo #17: “Pippo e la guerra” 11 pgs. Il Vittorioso #4 (Feb. 2, 1947) to #19 (March 25, 1947). Re: A. di Pippo #16 (1949, anastatic 1991, color), supplement for Il Vittorioso from #11 (1949). Vitt #25 to #26 (1970). Il Fumetto (ANAF) #8 (1972). A. Conti #195 (1980). Informavitt #52 (2004). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). Hachette #78 (2019), B&W, except two color (pg 1). “Pippo and the war”.
  • 045“Il paradiso sosvastico”. 5 pgs. Fra’ Cristoforo #1 (Feb. 6, 1947) to #5 (March 14, 1947). Re: A. Amici del Vittorioso (1995). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). “The sosvastic paradise”. The unfinished story.
  • 046Cip #3: “Cip e la gazza”. 12 pgs. A. dei 4 Cerchi #4 (March 31, 1947). Re: A. di Pippo #19 (1949, anastatic 1991), supplement for Il Vittorioso #52 (1949). Il Vittorioso #16 (1960). Vitt #5 (1969). A. Conti #166 (1979). A. dei 4 Cerchi #4 (anastatic 1997). “Cip and the magpie”. On A. dei 4 Cerchi and A. di Pippo with the title “Cip e la gazza” on the cover, “Cip e la gazza ladra” on the first table.
  • 047“La rovina in commedia”. 2 pgs. Bel-ze-bù #11 (April 2, 1947) to #12 (April 9, 1947). Re: Jacovitti (Granata Press 1992). Albo Amici del Vittorioso (1995). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). “The ruin in comedy”. The unfinished story.
  • 048Pippo #18: “Pippo e il leone“. 10 pgs. B&W. L’Aspirante #9 (May 18, 1947) to #29 (Dec. 7, 1947). Re: A. Conti #273 (1989). Hachette #56 (2018), three strips per page, diaconal (half of the original page). “Pippo and the lion”.
  • 049Pippo #19: “Pippo e la pace”. 14 pgs. B&W. Il Vittorioso #20 (June 1, 1947) to #33 (Aug. 31, 1947). Re: A. di Pippo #17 (1949, anastatic 1991), supplement for Il Vittorioso from #40 (1949)Il Vittorioso #12 (1960). Vitt #23 to #24 (1970). Il Fumetto (ANAF) #16 (1974). A. Conti #196(1980). Informavitt #53 (2004). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). Hachette #78 (2019). “Pippo and peace”.
  • 050“Le sventure di un cittadino in vacanza”. 1 pg. Agosto’s Travasissimo (Aug., 1947). Re: Clown #1 (1976). “The misfortunes of a citizen on vacation”.
  • 051“Giacinto il corsaro dipinto”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #31 (Aug. 17, 1947) to #46 (Nov. 30, 1947). Re: A. di Giraffone #8 (1949). Il Vittorioso #35 to #40 (1964). Vitt #41 to #43 (1970). Il Mago #16 (July 1973). Jacovitti Stories #1 (Mondadori 1973). A. Conti #163 (1979). Tutti I salami di Jacovitti #1 (Mondadori 1993). Pirati Briganti e Carambate (Sept. 2011). 16 pgs. Color. Hachette #63 (2018). 16 pgs. Color. “Giacinto the painted corsair”.

1948

  • 053“Oreste il Guastafeste!”. 8 pgs. Il Vittorioso #1 (Jan. 4, 1948) to #8 (Feb. 22, 1948). Re: A. di Pippo #20 (April 9, 1950, anastatic 1991) aka Albo Vitt #15Vitt #3 (1969). Il Mago #3 (June 1972). Jacovitti Memories #3 (Mondadori 1975). A. Conti #247 (1983). Hachette #59 (2018), Color. “Oreste the troublemaker!”
  • 055“L’on. Tarzan”. 24 pgs. Il Vittorioso #9 (Feb. 29, 1948) to #33 (Aug. 15, 1948). Re: A. Giraffone Supergigante (1951). Vitt #16 to #19 (1969). Il Mago #11 (Feb.) to #12 (March 1973). Jacovitti Memories #1 (Mondadori 1975). A. Conti #275 (1990). Tutti I salami di Jacovitti #1 (Mondadori 1993). Hachette #76 (2019). Short from “L’Onorevole Tarzan”, i.e. “The Honorable Tarzan”. On Il Mago with the title “L’onorevole Tarzàn“; the other reprints with the title “L’onorevole Tarzan”.
  • 056Pippo #22: “Pippo e il Faraone”. 23 pgs. Il Vittorioso #18 (May 2, 1948) to #40 (Oct. 3, 1948). Re: A. di Giraffone #27 (1951). Enciclopedia dei Fumetti (Sansoni 1970). Il Mago #17 (Aug. 1973). Jacovitti Stories #2 (1973). A. Conti #153 (1978). Tutti i salami di Jacovitti #2 (Mondadori 1993). Jacovitti Fantastorie (Stampa Alternativa 2005). Hachette #79 (2019), 19 pgs, color, six strips per page. “Pippo and the Pharaoh”.
  • 057“Ghigno il maligno”. 15 pgs. A. Costellazione Serie Lisca di Pesce #1 (May 15, 1948). Re: A. ANAF (1972). A Costellazione#21 (anastatic ca. 1990). Eia eia baccalà (Stampa Alternativa 2010). “The evil one grins”.
  • 058“Il giro della risata”. 20 pgs. Il Vittorioso #42 (Oct. 17, 1948) to #9 (Feb. 27, 1949). Re: Vitt #20 to #23 (1969). A. Conti #292 (1991). Hachette #80 (2019). “The ride of laughter”.
  • 059“Si va sulla montagna…”. 1 pg. Almanacca Vitt 1949 (Dec. 12, 1948). Re: Partecipare #199 (1992). “We go to the mountain…”.
  • 060Caccia grossa #2: “Caccia grossa!”. 1 pg. Almanacca Vitt 1949 (Dec. 12, 1948). Re: Partecipare #199 (1992). “A Big Game!”.

1949

  • 061“Le babbucce di Allah”. 25 pgs. Color. Il Vittorioso #10 (March 6, 1949) to #33 (Aug. 14, 1949). Re: A. di Giraffone #23 (1950). Il Vittorioso #1 to #12 (1965). Jacovitti Stories #2 (Mondadori 1973). A. Conti #57 (1975). Tutti i salami di Jacovitti #2 (Mondadori 1993). Pirati Briganti e Carambate (Sept. 2011). Hachette #72 (2019). “The slippers of Allah”. Story and art by Benito Jacovitti. The lyrics of the songs by Beppe Costa.
  • 062Pippo #23: “Pippo nel Texas”. 8 pgs. Color. Almanacco Estivo del il Vittorioso (June 12, 1949). Re: Quaderni Vitt (ca. 1954). Capitan Walter #225 (1957). Linus #22 (1967). Informavitt #23 (1997). Hachette #44 (2018). “Peppi in Texas”.
  • 063Pippo #24: “W Pippo!”. 17 pgs. Il Vittorioso #36 (Sept. 4, 1949) to #52 (Dec. 25, 1949). Re: A. di Giraffone #33 (1951). A. Conti #279 (1991). “Viva, Pippo!”. On A. di Giraffone with the title “Viva Pippo!”; on A. Conti with the title “Viva Pippo!” on the cover (taken from Giraffone) “W Pippo!” on the tables.
  • 064“Checco”. 10 pgs. A. Morvan #1 (Dec. 4, 1949) to #3 (Feb. 18, 1949). Re: Capitan Walter #190 (1956). Alm. Vitt Amico d’inverno (1963). Agenda Amici del Vitt Club (1969). Informavitt #29 (1998). Hachette #67 (2018), 2-color (black with green or red), two pages sideways on each page (cover, 10 pgs). “Rooster”.
    • “Risata innernali”. 1 pg. B&W. Half of a page. A. Morvan #3 (Feb. 18, 1949). Re: Hachette #67 (2018).
  • 065Pippo #25: “Pippo e lo jiu-jitsu”. 15 pgs. A. di Pippo #18, supplement for Il Vittorioso #44 (Oct. 30, 1949). Re: Il Vittorioso #20 to #23 (1959). Vitt #48 to #52 (1969). A. Conti #306 (1994). Hachette #71 (2019), three strips diagonal per page, B&W. “Pippo and jiu-jitsu”.

1950

  • 067“Don Chisciotte”. 27 pgs. Il Vittorioso #15 (April 9, 1950) to #41 (Oct. 8, 1950). Re: A. supplement for Il Vittorioso #14 (April 5, 1953). Il Vittorioso #10 to #25 (1964). Il Mago #13 (April, 11 pgs), #14 (10 pgs), and #15 (June 1973, 8 pgs). A. Conti n. n. (1988). Don Chisciotte (ed. Di 2006). Hachette #68 (2018). A Don Quichotte story. Says in Hachette, Il Vittorioso #15 (April 9, 1950) to #27 (Oct. 8, 1950).
  • 068“3P + 16P = ?”. 12 pgs. Almanacca [Vitt] Estivo (June 18, 1950). Re: Informavitt #27 (1998). A. “Jacovitti in b/n” #3 (2002).
  • 069Pippo #26: “Pippo nel Duemila”. 18 pgs. Color. Il Vittorioso #43 (Oct. 22, 1950) to #7 (Feb. 18, 1951). Re: Il Vittorioso #1 to #5 (1963). Il Mago #29 (Aug.) to #30 (Sept. 1974), #34 (Jan.) to #35 (Feb. 1975). Jacovitti Circus #2 (Mondadori 1978), forced. Jacovitti Circus (Club degli Editori 1979). A. Conti #293 (1991). Jacovitti Fantastorie (Stampa Alternativa 2005). Hachette #54 (2018). “Pippo in 2000”. On Il Mago with the title “Pippo nel 2000”.
  • 070“Millenovecentotre”. 13 pgs. Almanacco Vitt 1951, a supplement for Il Vittorioso #51 (Dec. 17, 1950). Re: Il Vittorioso #12 to #14 (1958). Vitt #1 to #2 (1969). Il Mago #26 (May) to #27 (June 1974). Jacovitti Memories #2 (Mondadori 1975). Hachette #43 (2018), every other spread color, every other B&W. “Nineteen hundred and three”. On Il Mago and Jacovitti Memories with the title “1903”.

1951

  • 071“[Argentovivo, #1]”. 1 pg. Argentovivo “#0” (1951). Re: Informavitt #32 (1999). “[Quicksilver]”.
  • 072“Gufo bianco [#1]”. 1 pg. Argentovivo “#0” (1951). Re: Informavitt #32 (1999). “White owl”.
  • 073“[Argentovivo, #2]”. 1 pg. Argentovivo #1 (1951). Re: Informavitt #28 (1998). Notiziario GAF #39 (2010).
  • 074“Gufo bianco [#2]”. 1 pg. Argentovivo #1 (1951). Re: Informavitt #28 (1998). Notiziario GAF #39 (2010).
    • “Gufo bianco [#3]”. 1 pg. Argentovivo #?. Dopoguerra (1951). This story was missing from the bibliography in Sessant’anni (2010), but there was a sample pict on pg 53!
  • 075Pippo #27: “Pippo nel castello di Rococò”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #8 (Feb. 25, 1951) to #24 (June 17, 1951). Re: A supplement for Il Vittorioso (Dec. 17, 1958). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “rosa” 1961). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “blu” 1962). Il Mago #21 (Dec. 1973); #22 (Jan.) to #25 (April 1974). Jacovitti Circus #2 (Mondadori 1978), forced. Jacovitti Circus (Club degli Editori 1979). Hachette #64 (2018). “Pippo in the Rococo castle”.
  • 076Chicchirì #1: “Chicchirì il negro cacciatore”. 8 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #11/12 (Dec, 1951) to #3 (March, 1952). Re: A. Nigrizia [#3] (1961). Il Piccolo Missionario #5 (1984). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the black hunter”. Originally published as a small film (ed. Nigrizia, Verona), with captions in verse by Raoul Traverso; on Il Piccolo Missionario #5/1984 with the title “Kizito the great hunter”.
  • 077Pippo #28: “[Pippo sindaco]”. 9 pgs. Almanacco Vitt 1952 (Dec. 16, 1951). 9 pgs. “[Pippo the mayor]”. Untitled.

1952

  • 079Chicchirì #2: “Chicchirì il negro esploratore”. 8 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #11/12 (Dec., 1951) to #3 (March, 1952). Re: A. Nigrizia [#3] (1961). Il Piccolo Missionario #5 (1984). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the black explorer”. Originally published as films with captions in verse by Raoul Traverso.
  • 080Pippo #29: “Pippo cacciatore”. 8 pgs. Il Vittorioso #14 (April 6, 1952) to #21 (May 25, 1952). Re: Il Vittorioso #45 (1960). Vitt #33 (1970). A. Conti #376 (1977). “Pippo the hunter”.
  • 081Pippo #30: “Pippo e l’uovo” 16 pgs. Almanacco Vitt Pippo e la sorpresa, a supplement for Il Vittorioso #14 (April 6, 1952). Re: Capitan Walter #226 (1957). A. supplement for Vitt #15 (1969). Jacovitti Show #1 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli Editori 1979). A. “Jacovitti in b/n” #5 (2002). Hachette #39 (2018), Color. “Pippo and the egg”.
  • 082Pippo #31: “Pippo ùgh!”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #27 (July 6, 1952) to #42 (Oct. 19, 1952). Re:. A. supplement for Il Vittorioso (Nov. 12, 1958). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “rosa” 1961). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “blu” 1962). A. Conti #299 (1994). Hachette #61 (2018), color. Pippo as an Indian.
  • 083Pippo #32: “Pippo cavaliere”. 8 pgs. Almanacco Vitt W le vacanze (July 6, 1952). Re: Capitan Walter #203 (1956). “Pippo the knight”.
  • 084Chicchirì #3: “Chicchirì il negro lavoratore”. 8 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #9 (Sept., 1952) to #1 (Jan., 1953). Re: A. Nigrizia [#1] (1961). Fumetto (ANAFI) #50 (2004). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the black worker”. Originally published as films with captions in verse by Raoul Traverso.
  • 085Pippo #33: “Pippo in Africa”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #43 (Oct. 26, 1952) to #6 (Feb. 8, 1953). Re: A supplement for Il Vittorioso (Dec. 3, 1958). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “rosa” 1961). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “blu” 1962). Jacovitti Show #3 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli Editori 1979). A. Conti #300 (1994). Hachette #63 (2018), color. “Pippo in Africa”.
  • 086Cip #4: “Cipzag! Il mistero della cento ‘faraone’”. 4 pgs. Capitan Walter #1 (Dec. 28, 1952). Re: Jolly #40 (1958). Informavitt #4 (1992). “The mystery of the hundred ‘pharaoh’”.

1953

  • 087Carlomagno #1: “Carlomagno e la bottega dello sport”. 4 pgs. Capitan Walter #2 (Jan. 4, 1953). Re: Jolly #42 (1958). Alm. Vitt Amico d’inverno (1963). Fumetti (ANAFI) #28 (1998). A. Jacovitti in b/n #10 (2004). “Carlomagno and the sports shop”.
  • 088“Mammone e l’immeritato pesce”. 4 pgs. Capitan Walter #2 (Jan. 3, 1953). Re: Jolly #44 (1958). Alm. Vitt Festa d’estate (1963). Alm. Vitt W l’estate (1963). Fumetto (ANAFI) #28 (1998). “Mammon and the undeserved fish”.
  • 089Cip #5: “Cipzag! e contrabbandieri di maccheroni”. 12 pgs. Capitan Walter #3 (Jan. 11, 1953). Re: Jolly #5 (1959). Alm. Vitt Amico d’inverno (1963). Vitt #8 to #11 (1970). Jacovitti Show #2 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli Editori 1979). Jacovittissimo! (Salani 1999). A. “Jacovitti in b/n” #8 (2004). “Cipzag! and smugglers of macaroni”.
  • 090Cip #6: “Cipzag! e la pero d’oro”. 4 pgs. Capitan Walter #4 (Jan. 18, 1953). Re: Jolly #52 (1958). Informavitt #24 (1997). “Cipzag! and the pear of gold“.
  • 091Carlomagno #2: “Carlomagno pattinarice”. 4 pgs. Capitan Walter #5 (Jan. 25, 1953). Re: Jolly #2 (1959). Informavitt #25 (1997). “Carlomagnothe skater“.
  • 092Chicchirì #4: “Chicchirì il negro sportivo”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #2 (Feb., 1953) to #5 (May, 1953). Re: A. Nigrizia [#2] (1961). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the black sport”. Originally published as films with captions in verse by Raoul Traverso.
  • 093“Oreste siede al caffè”. 8 pgs. Capitan Walter #8 (Feb. 15, 1953). Re: Jolly #51 (1958). Alm. Vitt Amico d’estate (1964). Agenda Amici Vitt Club (1969). Avventure Americane #41 to #42 (1973). Jacovitti Memories #3 (Mondadori 1975). A. “Jacovitti in b/n” #7 (2004). Hachette #44 (2018), every other spread color, every other B&W. “Oreste sits at the cafe”. On Agenda Amici Vitt Club with the title “Oreste al caffè”. On Avventure Americane only the first 4 tables reassembled in two tables out of sequence; the table on #41 with the title “Oreste al bar”.
  • 094Pippo #34: “Pippo spadaccino”. 16 pgs. Color. Il Vittorioso #8 (Feb. 22, 1953) to #23 (June 7, 1953). Re: A. supplement for Il Vittorioso (Oct. 22, 1958). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “rosa” 1961). Festival Jacovitti (ed. “blu” 1962). A. Conti #301 (1994). Pirati Briganti e Carambate (Sept. 2011). Color. Hachette #60 (2018). “Pippo the swordsman”.
  • 095Jak Mandolino #1: “Jak Mandolino e il colpo alla Flopty Bank”. 8 pgs. Captain Walter #11 (March 8, 1953). Re: Il Campanaccio #1 (1956). Jolly #47 (1958). Alm. Vitt Festa d’estate (1963). Alm. Vitt W l’estate (1963). Vitt #8 (1969). Il Mago #7 (Oct. 1972). Jacovitti Stories #3 (Mondadori 1973). Informavitt #22 (1996). Fumetto (ANAFI) #28 (1998). A. “Jacovitti in b/n” #9 (2004). Hachette #43 (2018), color. “Jack Mandolin and the Flopty Bank heist”. In Il Mago the story is combined with “Gionni Chitarra e Jak Mandolino” (131.) with common title “Jak Mandolino gangster senza padrino”..
  • 096Jak Mandolino #2: “Jak Mandolino e la ‘banda’”. 6 pgs. Captain Walter #14 (March 29, 1953). Re: Il Campanaccio #1 (1956). Jolly #47 (1958). Alm. Vitt Amico d’estate (1964). A. Il Vascello #42 to #43 (1973). Jacovitti Show #1 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli Editori 1979). A. “Jacovitti in b/n” #9 (2004). Hachette #43 (2018), 2-color (every other spread black with green, every other black with brown). “Jack Mandolin and the ‘gang’”.
  • 097Chicchirì #5: “Chicchirì il negro pescatore”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #5 (May, 1953) to #7 (July/Aug., 1953). Re: A. Nigrizia [#3] (1961). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the black fisherman”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona).
  • 098Pippo #35: “Pippo agli antipodi”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #26 (May 28, 1953) to #41 (Oct. 11, 1953). Re: Il Vittorioso #13 to #21 (1965) to Vitt #33 (1970). Jacovitti Circus #1 (Mondadori 1978), B&W, forced. Jacovitti Circus (Club degli Editori 1979). A. Conti #378 (1997). Hachette #57 (2018), color. “Pippo at the antipodes”.
  • 099Chicchirì #6: “Chicchirì il negro meccanico”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #9 (Sept., 1953) to #11/12 (Oct./Nov., 1953). Re: A. Nigrizia [#1] (1961). Il Piccolo Missionario #12 (1984). Fumetti (ANAFI) #50 (2004). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the black mechanic”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona).
  • 100Pippo #36: “Pippo milionario”. 20 pgs. Il Vittorioso #44 (Nov. 1, 1953) to #11 (March 14, 1954). Re: Jacovitti Circus #1 (Mondadori 1978), forced. Jacovitti Circus (Club degli Editori 1979). “Pippo the millionaire”.

1954

  • 101Chicchirì #7: “Chicchirì poliziotto”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #1 (Jan., 1954) to #3 (March, 1954). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the policeman”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona).
  • 102Chicchirì #8: “Chicchirì cuoco”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #4 (April, 1954) to #5 (May, 1954). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the cuoco(?)”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona).
  • 103Chicchirì #9: “Chicchirì musico”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #7/8 (July/Aug., 1954) to #9 (Sept., 1954). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the musician”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona).
  • 104Chicchirì #10: “Chicchirì pittore”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #10 (Oct., 1954) and #12 (Dec., 1954). Re: Il Piccolo Missionario #6 to #7(1986). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo the painter. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona).
  • 105Pippo #37: “Hallo Pippo!”. 22 pgs. Il Vittorioso #40 (Oct. 3, 1954) to #9 (Feb. 27, 1955). Re: Il Vittorioso #23 to #40 (1966). Il Mago #18 (Sept.) to #19 (Oct. 1973) Jacovitti Stories #3 (Mondadori 1973). “Hello Pippo!”. On Jacovitti Stories with the title “Jak Mandolino in Hallo Pippo”.
  • 106Pippo #38: “Pippo e la mela d’oro”. 8 pgs. Almanacco Vitt 1955 (Dec. 19, 1954). Re: Jolly #24 to #25 (1958). Alm. Vitt Gioia d’invero (1964). Vitt #12 to #16 (1970). Jacovitti Stories #2 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli editori 1979). A. “Jacovitti in b/n” #1 (2001). Hachette #44 (2018), B&W.

1955

  • 107“Il leone buono”. 4 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #1 (Jan., 1955) to #2 (Feb., 1955). Re: Il Piccolo Missionario #6 (1984). “The good lion”. Originally published as a filmstrip (ed. Nigrizia, Verona). On the Little Missionary # 6/7 (1986) with the title “Kizito the expert painter”.
  • 108Fruttolino #1: “[Fruttolino e il ladro di francobolli]”. 1 pg. Bollettino Franco Bollino #3 (1955). “Fruttolino and the stamp thief”.
  • 109Fruttolino #2: “[Fruttolino e il pescecane]”. 1 pg. Bollettino Franco Bollino #4 (1955). “Fruttolino and the shark”.
  • 110Fruttolino #3: “[Fruttolino e il toro]”. 1 pg. Bollettino Franco Bollino #5 (1955). “Fruttolino and the bull”.
  • 111“Tex Revolver”. 34 pgs. Color. Il Vittorioso #11 (March 13, 1955) to #41 (Oct. 12, 1955). Re: Il Vittorioso #8 to #25 (1963). Jacovitti Show #1 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli Editori 1979). Hachette #40 (2018). “Tex Revolver”. The first and last plates are by Jac and Giovannini.
  • 112Pippo #39: “Pippo sottozero”. 27 pgs. Il Vittorioso #43 (Oct. 26, 1955) to #13 (March 28, 1956). Re: Jacovitti Circus #2 (Mondadori 1978). Jacovitti Circus (Club degli Editori 1979). “Pippo bellow zero”.
  • 113Zagar #1: “Zagar contro Zagar”. 12 pgs. Il Vittorioso #52 (Dec. 28, 1955) to #9 (Feb. 29, 1956). Re: Hachette #77 (2019), two colors (with red/green/blue) or B&W. “Zagar against Zagar”.

1956

  • 114“Birimbo e Birambo”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #1 (Jan., 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #1 (1956). Fumetto (ANAFI) #35 (2000). “Birimbo and Barambo” Is that Dumb and Dumber? Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona); the tables were “polished” by the designer Sbattella on the original drawings.
  • 115“Lo scimmiottino Cut Cut”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #2 (Feb., 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #2 (1956). “The Cut Cut Monkey”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona); the tables were “polished” by the designer Sbattella on the original drawings.
  • 116“Bongo”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #3 (March, 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #3 (1956). “Bongo”.
  • 117“Zambù eroe per forza”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #4 (April, 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #4 (1956). “Zambù hero of course”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona); the tables were “polished” by the designer Sbattella on the original drawings.
  • 118“Il grasso elefantino”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #5 (May, 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #5 (1956). Il Piccolo Missionario #4 (1997). “The fat baby elephant”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona); the tables were “polished” by the designer Sbattella on the original drawings.
  • 119“Meo Pantera”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #6/7 (June/July, 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #6/7 (1956). Il Piccolo Missionario #11 (1979). Informavitt #28 (1998). “Mew Pantera”.
  • 120Pippo #40: “Pippo preistorico”. 15 pgs. Il Vittorioso #25 (June 20) to #39 (Sept. 26, 1956). Re: Il Mago #9 (Nov. 1972) to #10 (Jan. 1973). Jacovitti Memories #1 (Mondadori 1975). Tutti salami de Jacovitti #3 (Mondadori 1993). “The prehistoric Pippo”. Says in Hachette, Il Vittorioso #23 (June 20, 1956) to #39 (Sept. 29, 1950).
  • 121“Kokko cow boy”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #8 (Aug., 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #8 (1956). “Kokko cowboy”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona); the tables were “polished” by the designer Sbattella on the original drawings.
  • 122“Lo sciatore del deserto”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #9 (Sept., 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #9 (1956). Fumetto (ANAFI) #25 (1998). “The desert skier”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona); the tables were “polished” by the designer Sbattella on the original drawings.
  • 123“Alì aviatore”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #10 (Oct., 1956). Re: Voci d’oltremare #10 (1956). Il Piccolo Missionario #11 (1982). “Ali the aviator”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. Nigrizia, Verona).
  • 125“Quant’è bueno!”. 4 pgs. Il Vittorioso #43 (Oct. 24, 1956) to #47 (Nov. 21, 1956). Re: Corriere dei Piccoli #44 to #50 (1956). “How good it is!”.
  • 126Fruttolino #4: “[Fruttolino e la tigre]”. 1 pg. Bollettino Franco Bollino #1 (1956). “Fruttolino and the tiger”.
  • 127Fruttolino #5: “[Fruttolino e l’elefante]”. 1 pg. Bollettino Franco Bollino #2 (1956). “Fruttolino and the elephant”.
  • 128Fruttolino #6: “[Fruttolino e i due Sioux]”. 1 pg. Bollettino Franco Bollino #3 (1956). “Fruttolino and two Sioux”.
  • 129Fruttolino #7: “[Fruttolino e il canguro]”. 1 pg. Bollettino Franco Bollino #4 (1956). “Fruttolino and the kangaroo”.

1957

  • 130“Brrr!”. 2 pgs. Il Vittorioso #1 (Jan. 2, 1957). Re: Alm. Vitt Festa d’Inverno (1962). “Brrr!”. 
  • 131Jak Mandolino #3: “Gionni Chitarra e Jak Mandolino”. 8 pgs. Il Vittorioso #7 (Feb. 13, 1957) to #10 (March 10, 1957). Re: Almanacco Vitt(1961). Il Mago #7 (Oct. 1972). Jacovitti Stories #3 (Mondadori 1973). Jacovittissimo! (Salani 1999). Jacovitti in giallo (Stampa Alternativa 2004). Hachette #48 (2018), color and 2-color (black and blue). On Almanacco Vitt with the title “Jak Mandolino”; on Il Mago the story is combined with “Jak Mandolino e il colpo alla Flopty Bank” (095.) with common title “Jak Mandolino gangster senza padrino”; on Jacovitti Stories and Jacovittissimo with the title “Jak Mandolino in Gangster is a must”.
  • 133Cocco Bill #01: “Cocco Bill [#1]”. 30 pgs. [SYNOPSIS]. © 1957.  Il Giorno dei Ragazzi [#1] (March 28, 1957) to #30 (Oct. 17, 1957). Re: Album de “Il Girono” #1 (1962). Sorry #5 and #7 (1973). Cocco Bill (Milano Libri 1975). B&W. Comix #124 to #128 (1994). Cocco Bill (Stampa Alternativa 2007). Superfumetti #8 (Oct. 13, 2015). Hachette #01 (2017). “Coconut Bill”.
  • 134Fruttolino #8: “[Fruttolino e il leone]”. 1 pg. Bollettino Franco Bollino #2 (April, 1957). “Fruttolino and the lion”.
  • 135Pippo #41: “Pippo goal!”. 12 pgs. Il Vittorioso #17 (April 24, 1957) to #23 (June 5, 1957). Re: Il Mago #5 (Aug. 1972). Hachette #79 (2019), color, except pgs 5-6: black and green, pgs 8-9, 11: black and red. “Pippo goal!”.
  • 136Pippo #42: “Pippo e la gitarella”. 8 pgs. Il Vittorioso #24 (June 12, 1957) to #31 (July 31, 1957). Re: Alm. Vitt per la vacanze (1962). Alm. Vitt W L’Estate (1963). Vitt #18 to #20 (1970). A. Conti #115 (1977). A. “Jacovitti in b/n” #4 (2002). “Pippo and the road trip”.
  • 138Occhio di pollo #1: “Occhio di pollo”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #32 (Aug. 7, 1957) to #46 (Nov. 20, 1957). Re: Vitt #13 (1968). Per un pugno di spiccioli… (Mondadori 1971). Hachette #14 (2017), color. “Chicken Eye”.
  • 139“Sempronio”. 55 pgs. Il Travaso #39 (Sept. 30, 1957) to #44 (Nov. 3, 1958). Re: Hachette #56 (2018), part 1: 33 pgs color; Hachette #57 (2018), part 2: 20 pgs, color, except page 2: B&W. Smith.

1958

  • 141Cip #7: “Cip contro Mandolino”. 12 pgs. B&W. Il Vittorioso #1 (Jan. 1, 1958) to #5 (Jan. 29, 1958). Re: Il Mago #8 (Nov. 1972). Jacovitti Memories #3 (Mondadori 1975). Tutti i salami di Jacovitti #3 (Mondadori 1993). Jacovitti in giallo (Stampa Alternativa 2004). Hachette #48 (2018). “Cip against Mandolin”.
  • 142Zim #1: “Zim”. 5 pgs. Il Piccolo Missionario #1 (Jan., 1958). Re: A. Conti #280 (1990). “Jim”.
  • 143Zim #2: “Zim pescatore”. 5 pgs. l Piccolo Missionario #2 (Feb., 1958). Re: A. Conti #280 (1990). “Jim the fisherman”.
  • 144Pippo #43: “Pippo e le pere di mare”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #11 (March 12, 1958) to #24 (June 11, 1958). Re: Vitt #29 (1970). “Pippo and the sea pears”. A story by Jacovitti and Basari.
  • 145Zim #3: “Zim cacciatore”. 5 pgs. l Piccolo Missionario #4 (April, 1958). Re: A. Conti #280 (1990). “Jim the hunter”.
  • 146Zim #4: “Zim poliziotto”. 5 pgs. l Piccolo Missionario #5 (May, 1958). Re: A. Conti #280 (1990). “Jim the policeman”.
  • 148Zim #5: “Zim e Tugs”. 5 pgs. l Piccolo Missionario #6 (June, 1958). Re: A. Conti #280 (1990). “Zim and Tugs”.
  • 149L’omino goccia #1: “L’omino goccia e il polipottero”. 1 pg. Esso Junior #7 (July, 1958). Re: Quattroruote #7 (1958). “The drop man and the octopus”.
  • 150“La famiglia Spaccabue”. 37 pgs. Il Girono della Donna #? (July 15, 1958) to #? (April 7, 1959). Re: Informavitt #21 (1966). A. Conti #295 (1991). Eureka Vacanze (1969). “The Spaccabue family”. Self-contained tables. The first 31 issues of Il Giorno della Donna are not numbered, the next 6 are numbered starting from #3 to #8. On Eureka Vacanze the 1st episode (“edited” on Il Giorno della Donna for the elimination of 11 squares and) is published in its entirety, marimontato in two tables. On lnformavitt only the 1st episode, complete and “reconstructed” in a single table.
  • 151Zim #6: “Zim e i pirati”. 5 pgs. l Piccolo Missionario #7/8 (July/Aug., 1958). Re: A. Conti #280 (1990). “Jim and the pirates”.
  • 152L’omino goccia #2: “L’omino goccia e il biladro”. 1 pg. Esso Junior #10 (Oct., 1958). Re: Quattroruote #10 (1958). Informavitt #33 (1999). “The drop man and the biladro”.
  • 156Zagar #2: “Zagar+Zagar+Zagar+Zagar+Zagar+Zagar = Bueno Natale”. 1 pg. Il Vittorioso #52 (Dec. 27, 1958). “Zagar + Zagar + Zagar + Zagar + Zagar + Zagar = Merry Christmas”.

1959

  • 157Zim #7: “Zim spaccalegna”. 5 pgs. l Piccolo Missionario #1 (Jan., 1959). Re: A. Conti #280 (1990). “Jim the wood splitter”.
  • 158Pippo #44: “Pippo e Gibù”. 15 pgs. Il Vittorioso #7 (Feb. 14, 1959) to #13 (March 28, 1959). Re: Jacovitti Show #3 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli Editori 1979). Tutti i salami di Jacovitti #3 (Mondadori 1993). “Pippo and Gibù”. A story by Jacovitti and Basari.
  • 159“Filippo Pecorino”. 12 pgs. Il Giornale del Mattino (domenica) #39 (Feb. 15, 1959) to #104 (May 3, 1959). Re: A. Conti #296 (1991). “Philip Pecorino Cheese”.
  • 160Zim #8: “Zim torero”. 5 pgs. l Piccolo Missionario #3 (March, 1959). Re: A. Conti #280 (1990). “Jim the bullfighter”.
  • 161“Il Vola-hop!”. 8 pgs. Corriere dello Spazio #1 (March, 1959) to #9 (Nov., 1959). Re: Informavitt (insert) #28#32#35#37#39#42 to #44 (1998-2002). “The Fly-hop!”. The unfinished story.
  • 162Tom Ficcanaso #2: “Ficcanaso Cercaguai”. 30 pgs. [SYNOPSIS] [YSL]. Il Giorno dei Ragazzi #23 (June 4, 1959) to #52 ([Dec. 24], 1959). Re: Eureka Orfannie(1974). Tom Ficcanaso (Stampa Alternativa 2005). Hachette #29 (2018), color. “Snoopy Trooper Seeker”.
  • 163“Giulietto e Romea”. 14 pgs. Color. Il Giorno della Donna #17 (June 9, 1959) to #31 (Sept. 15, 1959). Re: Jacovitti (Dami 1974). Engimstica Mensile #17 to #19 (1981). Hachette #35 (2018). “Juliette and Romeo”. Self-contained tables, unfinished.

1960

  • 165“Gamba di quaglia”. 30 pgs. Il Giorno dei Ragazzi #2 ([Jan. 14], 1960) to #31 (Aug. 4, 1960). Re: Eureka Seltz (1970). Jacovitti (Dami 1974). Pirati Briganti e Carambate (Sept. 2011). Hachette #78 (2019), color. “Quail Leg”.
  • 167“Lolita dolce vita”. 6 pgs. Il Giorno della Donna #13 (March 29, 1960) to #28 (July 17, 1960). Re: Jacovitti Magazine #3 (Sept. 1994). B&W. catalogue Mostra Omaggio di Jacovitti (1998). “Lolita sweet life”. The story is unfinished. In the catalogue Mostra Omaggio di Jacovitti only plates 5 and 6.
  • 168Pippo #45: “Pippo e il cirlimpacco”. 14 pgs. Il Vittorioso #17 (April 23, 1960) to #30 (July 23, 1960). Re: Jacovitti Show #2 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli Editori 1979). “Pippo and the cirlimpacco”.
  • 169“Tizio, Caio e Sempronio”. 26 pgs. Il Giorno dei Ragazzi #32 (Aug. 11, 1960) to #5 (Feb. 2, 1961). Re: Eureka Bazaar (1974). Jacovitti (Dami 1974). Hachette #74 (2019), color. “Tizio, Caio and Sempronio”.
  • 171“Penna rotta”. 4 pgs. Allegria #1 (Dec., 1960). “Broken pen”.

1961

  • 172Jak Mandolino #4: “Jak Mandolino”. 4 pgs. Allegria #1 (Jan., 1961). Re: Fumetto (ANAFI) #25 (1998). Hachette #43 (2018), color (two first pages), black with brown (two last pages). “Jack Mandolin”.
  • 173Raimondo #2: “Raimondo il vagabondo”. 4 pgs. Allegria #2 (Feb., 1961). Re: Fumetto (ANAFI) #25 (1998). Informavitt #47 (2003). Hachette #34 (2018), color first two pages, 2-color (black and gray orange) last two pages. “Raymond the tramp”.
  • 174Tom Ficcanaso #3: “Tom e Gionni“. 27 pgs. Color. [SYNOPSIS]. [YSL]. Il Giorno dei Ragazzi #7 (Feb. 16, 1961) to #33 (Aug. 24, 1961). Re: Eureka Folk (1974). Jacovitti (Dami 1974). Tom Ficcanaso (Stampa Alternativa 2005). Hachette #55 (2018). “Tom and Johnny“.
  • 175“Mustafà”. 4 pgs. Allegria #3 (March, 1961). Re: Informavitt #47 (2003). “Mustafa”.
  • 177“Tex Cerotto”. 6 pgs. Allegria #4 (April, 1961). Re: Informavitt #54 (2004). Hachette #37 (2018), color, except pgs 3-4 in 2-color (black and green). “Tex Patch”.
  • 178Cocco Bill #07: “Kamumilla Kokobì”. 30 pgs. [SYNOPSIS]. Giorno dei Ragazzi #16 (April 20, 1961) to #45 (Nov. 16, 1961). Re: Album de “Il Giorno” #7 (1962). Cocco Bill (Milano Libri 1975). B&W. Cocco Bill (Stampa Alternativa 2007). Hachette #12 (2017). “Chamomile Cowboy“.
  • 179Chicchirì #11: “Chicchirì”. 6 pgs. Allegria #5 (May, 1961). “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo“.
  • 180Tom Ficcanaso #4: “Tom Ficcanaso e l’Effebià!”. 26 pgs. [SYNOPSIS]. [YSL1]. Giorno dei Ragazzi #34 (Aug. 31, 1961) to #8 (Feb. 22, 1962). Re: Eureka #23 (1969). Tom Ficcanaso (Stampa Alternativa 2005). Hachette #34 (2018), color. “Snoopy Tom and EFBIAI”. Hachette #34 says, Giorno dei Ragazzi #34 (Aug. 31, 1961) to #6 (Feb. 22, 1962).
  • 181Pippo #46: “L’Arcipippo”. 20 pgs. Il Vittorioso #45 (Nov. 11, 1961) to #12 (March 24, 1962). Re: Jacovitti Circus #1 (Mondadori 1978). Jacovitti Circus (Club degli Editori 1979). Hachette #76 (2019), color. “Archipippo”.

1962

  • 183Baby Tarallo #2: “Baby Megaton”. 31 pgs. Il Giorno del Lunedì #3 (Jan. 15, 1962) to #33 (Aug. 13, 1962). Re: A. Conti #288 (1991). Hachette #75 (2019), B&W, except color on pgs 3, 6, 12, 14, 28-31. “Baby Megaton”.
  • 185Cocco Bill #09: “Cocco Bill nella foresta”. 27 pgs. Color. [SYNOPSISGiorno dei Ragazzi #20 (May 17, 1962) to #46 (Dec. 27, 1962). Re: Eureka #88 to #90 (1972). Cocco Bill (Milano Libri 1975). B&W. Cocco Bill (Stampa Alternativa 2007). Hachette #13 (2017). “Cocco Bill in the forest”.
  • 186“Elviro il vampiro”. 2 pgs. Il Giorno del Lunedì #34 (Aug. 20, 1962) to #35 (Aug. 27, 1962). Re: A. Conti #281 (1990). catalogue Mostra Omaggio a Jacovitti (1998). Hachette #73 (2019), B&W. “Elviro the vampire”. Stopped after the second episode. The first panel is on catalogue Mostra Omaggio di Jacovitti.
  • 187Pippo #47: “Pippo zùmpara pappà”. 16 pgs. Il Vittorioso #38 (Sept. 22, 1962) to #52 (Dec. 29, 1962). Re: Hachette #75 (2019), color. “Pippo zùmpara pappà”.

1963

  • 190Baby Tarallo #3: “Baby Rocket”. 30 pgs. Il Giorno del Lunedì #5 (Feb. 4, 1963) to #34 (Sept. 2, 1963). Re: A. Conti #289 (1991). Jacovitti Fantastorie (Stampa Alternativa 2005). B&W. Hachette #77 (2019), B&W. “Baby Rocket”.
  • 191“Giove il bove!”. 18 pgs. Almanacco Vitt Festa di Primavera (April, 1963). Re: Agenda Amici Vitt Club (1969). A. Conti #115 (1977). “Jupiter the ox”. The story is unedited (1945).
  • 194“Chicchirino”. 18 pgs. Il Giorno dei Ragazzi #39 (Oct. 3, 1963) to #6 (Feb. 6, 1964). Re: Eureka Natalie (1969). Jacovitti (Dami 1974). Hachette #67 (2018), color. “Cock-a-Doodle-Dooooo”.

1964

1965

  • 200“Microciccio Spaccavento”. 30 pgs. Il Giorno dei Ragazzi #4 ([Jan. 28], 1965) to #33 ([Aug. 19], 1965). Re: Eureka Bazaar (1974). Arcicomiche Stellari (De Vecchi 1978), color, highly edited as 114 small pages. Jacovitti Fantastorie (Stampa Alternativa 2005). Hachette #52 (2018), color. “Microchubby Windbreaker”.
  • 201Tom Ficcanaso #10: “Ficcanaso zerosette in Operazione Tonno”. 14 pgs. [SYNOPSIS]. Il Gioro dei Ragazzi #34 ([Aug. 26], 1965) to #47 (Dec. 2, 1965). Re: Eureka Parapioggia (1970). Eternauta #56 (1987). Hachette #21 (2018), color. “Snoopy 07 in Operation Tuna”. A James Bond parody.

1966

  • 203Cip #8: “Cip Cip Cip … Urrah!”. 22 pgs. Il Vittorioso #1 (Jan. 1, 1966) to #21 (May 21, 1966). Re: Jacovitti Show #3 (Mondadori 1977). Jacovitti Show (Club degli Editori 1979). Jacovitti Magazine #19 (March 2000). Color. Hachette #53 (2018). Color. “Cip Cip Cip … hooray”.
  • 207Agatone #1: “Agatone”. 2 pgs. L’Automobile #47 (Nov. 20, 1966). Re: Jacovitti Magazine #10 (June 1996). Color. Hachette #73 (2019). Color. “Agathon”. The name is derived from the Greek word agathon, meaning kindness, goodness.

1967

  • 209“[Mondo vigliacco!]”. 2 pgs. Vitt #1 (Jan. 8, 1967). Re: Hachette #19 (2017), color. “Cowardly world”.
  • 210Pippo #48: “Pippo Western per un pugno di spiccioli”. 32 pgs. Vitt #1 (Jan. 8, 1967) to #11 (March 23, 1967). Re: Hachette #20 (2018), color. “Pippo Western for a fistful of change”. The title is a parody of Italiano western, “Per un pugno di dollari” (1964).
  • 212Raimondo #3: “Raimondo il vagabondo”. 2 pgs. Vitt #3 (Jan. 26, 1967). “Raymond the tramp”.
  • 214Il barone di Münchausen #3: “Il barone di Münchausen in Turchia”. 2 pgs. Esploriamo #3 (Feb. 2, 1967). “The Baron of Münchausen in Turkey”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. La Scuola, Brescia).
  • 215Jak Mandolino #5: “Jak Mandolino”. 2 pgs. Vitt #4 (Feb. 2, 1967). Re: Hachette #48 (2018), 2-color (black with red). “Jack Mandolin”.
  • 216“Oreste il guastafeste”. 2 pgs. Vitt #5 (Feb. 9, 1967). Re: Hachette #22 (2018), color. “Oreste the pooper”.
  • 217Agatone #4: “Agatone”. 2 pgs (two half pages). L’Automobile #9 (Feb. 26, 1967). Re: Jacovitti Magazine #10 (June 1996). Printed as 1 pg. Color. Hachette #73 (2019). Printed as 1 pg. Color. “Agatone”.
  • 218Il barone di Münchausen #4: “Il barone di Münchausen a Gibilterra”. 2 pgs. Esploriamo #5 (March 1, 1967). “The Baron of Münchausen in Gibraltar”. Originally published as filmstrips (ed. La Scuola, Brescia).
  • 219“Jacovittaggine”. 1 pg. Il Girono dei Ragazzi #9 ([March 2], 1967). “Jacovittaggine”. Mini story of Baby Tarallo.
  • 222Agatone #6: “Agatone”. 2 pgs. L’Automobile #19 (May 7, 1967). Re: Jacovitti Magazine #19 (March 2000). Color. “Agatone”.
  • 223Jak Mandolino #6: “Jak Mandolino”. 42 pgs. Vitt #21 (June 1, 1967) to #33 (Aug. 24, 1967). Re: Jacovitti Stories #3 (Mondadori 1973). Jacovitti in giallo (Stampa Alternativa 2004). Hachette #66 (2018). Color and B&W. “Jack Mandolin”. On Jacovitti Stories with the title “Jak Mandolino in Asso pigliatutto”, i.e. “Jack Mandolin in Ace catch it all”, and in Hachette with the tile “Jak Mandolino – Un parazumparappappà di Jacovitti”, i.e. no equivalent translation.
  • 227Agaton #9: “Agatone”. 2 pgs. L’Automobile #46 (Nov. 4, 1967). Re: Jacovitti Magazine #10 (June 1996). Color. “Agatone”.
  • 228Agaton #10: “L’Agatone”. 2 pgs. A spread game board. L’Automobile #53 (Dec. 17, 1967). Re: Jacovitti Magazine #10 (1996). Hachette #79 (2019). Color. “Agatone”. Minhistory of Agathon inserted in “the Game of the Goose“.

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