Mandrake the Magician was a syndicated newspaper comic strip , created by Lee Falk before he created The Phantom. Phil Davis soon took over as the strip's illustrator, while Falk continued to script. The strip was distributed by King Features Syndicate. Mandrake, along with the Phantom Magician in Mel Graff's The Adventures of Patsy , is regarded by comics historians as the first superhero of comics, such as comics historian Don Markstein , who writes, "Some people say Mandrake the Magician, who started in , was comics' first superhero. Davis worked on the strip until his death in , when Falk recruited artist Fred Fredericks. The Sunday-newspaper Mandrake strip ended December 29,
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Mandrake el mago was the title of a Mexican comic book dedicated to Mandrake the Magician published by Edar in Mandrake el mago was published weekly and the first ten issues featured stories from the Italian publisher Fratelli Spada. The following issues featured stories by Lee Falk and Phil Davis. Some covers were taken from the original Italian issues with artwork by Mario Caria , but most were created by local artists and have never appeared elsewhere.
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