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International Silver & Golden Age Terror Comics from around the world.18150

Collector KomicKazi private msg quote post Address this user
Foreign Editions of Horror comics from the SA and GA.
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o Terror Negro #10
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1951

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o Terror Negro #7
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1951

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o Terror Negro #3
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1951

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being an ass and being a clown are two very different things. HAmistoso private msg quote post Address this user
Looks like The Black Terror had a slightly different interpretation in Brasil.
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Gato Preto #29
Artist: José Rivelli Neto - ZeZo
Published by Gráfica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1960

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Gato Preto #16
Artist: José Rivelli Neto - ZeZo
Published by Gráfica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1960

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Contos de Terror #22
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1956

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o Terror Negro #14
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1951

O Terror Negro is the dawn of Brazilian Terror and the single most important Horror Title in Brazilian history.

This Grail is among Jayme Cortez greatest creations and one of the most valuable Horror comics in Global history.

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Looks like The Black Terror had a slightly different interpretation in Brasil.


Brazilian Golden Age comics are among the most important in Global history.

Lead by some of the greatest comic artists in history.

Jayme Cortez, Miguel Penteado are the Godfathers of Latin American Horror ...

Jayme Cortez is in the relm of LB Cole, Lou Fine, and Schomberg

Other incredible Brazilian Terror artist's from the era are Julio Shimamoto, Nico Rosso, Sergio Lima, and Colonesse to lead the legends of arguably the most important Terror in the world.
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Where's his Bat-package? Byrdibyrd private msg quote post Address this user
Those books are incredible. Absolutely gorgeous covers.
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Fantastic artwork! Thanks for sharing. Would be great to localize and republish those.
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I agree with @Byrdibyrd those covers are amazing! How do you find such things, ebay?!?!
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I agree with @Byrdibyrd those covers are amazing! How do you find such things, ebay?!?!


Our family has been collecting vintage comics 50 yrs and our father is one of the most experienced collectors of International Editions in the world.

He has lived and worked in Latin America for 30 yrs and relationship building is the only way you are going to source these incredible editions.

These are by the Grandmasters of Terror in arguably the Horror capital of the world.
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Histórias Macabras #21
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by Outubro, Brazil 1961
Original Published Cover Art and vintage comic.


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Seleçóes de Terror #22
Artists: Jayme Cortez
Published by Continental, Brazil 1961

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Why just the women? I like bears. Gaard private msg quote post Address this user
These are so cool. Where do you get them?
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-Our Odin-
Rest in Peace
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@Gaard this was posted above

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I agree with @Byrdibyrd those covers are amazing! How do you find such things, ebay?!?!


Our family has been collecting vintage comics 50 yrs and our father is one of the most experienced collectors of International Editions in the world.

He has lived and worked in Latin America for 30 yrs and relationship building is the only way you are going to source these incredible editions.

These are by the Grandmasters of Terror in arguably the Horror capital of the world.


International comic book collecting is a growing niche in America. It is something that takes some commitment and work for new collectors to get into. There are online sales sites in many countries. You need to find them, search them and buy off them. That's one way. Some countries do not have those sites, or have laws prohibiting sales out of their country. Then you need connections to get anything. There is a great group on Facebook for just this purpose. You can find youtube videos on this also. I'll find a good channel and share it here. I know the one I want to share, I just don't have the proper name or a link right now.

@KomicKazi is not exaggerating his families collection or his father's standing in the International comic book collecting community. I always enjoy his posts here and on Facebook.
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-Our Odin-
Rest in Peace
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Global Comic Safari is the youtube channel that I HIGHLY suggest you watch if you want to collect foreign editions. Matt Roybal and the rest are great guys and have a passion for this.

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Histórias Macabras #24
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Published by Outubro, Brazil 1961

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Historias Macabras Nº 1
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Editor Continental, Brazil 1958

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Historias Macabras Nº 5
Artist: Jayme Cortez
Editor Continental, Brazil 1959


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Histórias Macabras #53
Artist:Nico Rosso
Editora Continental, Brazil 1961


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Lobisomem Nº 1
Artist: Nico Rosso
Published by GEP, Brazil 1968

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Seleçóes de Terror #41
Artists: Nico Rosso
Published by Ouctubro, Brazil 1963

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Original Published Cover Art.
Mundo De Sombras #43
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Graifica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1955

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Mundo De Sombras #43
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Graifica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1955

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Original Published Cover Art from our Legacy Collection.
Gato Preto #3
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Gráfica Novo Mundo, Brazil 1955

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Almanaque Terror
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by La Selva, Brazil 1960

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MEDO
Seleções Em Quadrinhos #4
O Fantasma Vingador
Artist: Miguel Penteado
Published by Chiodi Oliveira, Brazil 1954


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