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Zé Caipora from 1886.
|Earliest publications||19th Century|
Brazilian comics started in the 19th century, adopting a satirical style known as cartoon, charges or Caricature that would latter be cemented with the popular comic strips. The publication of magazines dedicated exclusively to comics in Brazil started at the beginning of the 20th century. Brazilian artists have worked with both styles. In the case of American comics some have achieved international fame, like Roger Cruz with X-Men and Mike Deodato with Thor, Wonder Woman and others.
Brazilian comics have a long history, that goes back to the 19th century. As a charge, the first drawing was circulated in 1837, sold in separate like a lithography, by Manuel de Araújo Porto-alegre. This author would latter create a magazine of political humor in 1844.
- Amazing Muchachas (defunct)
- Amigo da Onça (defunct)
- Capitão 7 (defunct)
- Catecismos de Carlos Zéfiro (Brazilian equivalent of the Tijuana Bibles)(defunct)
- Jerônimo (defunct)
- Judoka (Judomaster's Brazilian analogous) (defunct)
- Turma da Mônica
- O Menino Maluquinho
- O Tico-Tico (antology, defunct)
- Turma do Pererê (defunct)
- Turma do Arrepio (defunct)
- Holy Avenger (defunct)
- Trapalhões (comics) (defunct)
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