Chat chubby italiana
The most popular Italian comics have been translated into many languages.
The term fumetto (literally little puff of smoke) refers to the distinctive word balloons that contain the dialog in comics (also called nuvoletta in Italian).
The most prolific comics illustrator before World War I was Antonio Rubino.
Following Il Corrierino's spectacular success (reaching 700 000 copies), several other periodicals appeared during the following years: Il Giornaletto (1910), Donnina (1914), L'Intrepido (1920), and Piccolo mondo (1924).Finally this oversupply of comic material resulted in a crisis of the traditional comic magazine.Among the numerous publications of the period were L'Avventura (1944), a Roman magazine that presented American adventure strips like Mandrake, L'Uomo Mascherato (The Phantom), and Flash Gordon.These magazines published cartoons and illustrations for educational and propagandist purposes.The first illustrated satirical publication appeared in 1848, in L'Arlecchino, a daily paper published in Naples.
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In 1935 Nerbini sold Topolino to Mondadori, which published it with great success until 1988.