A beautiful early Axa strip, one of the first 500, by Enrique Badía Romero. Romero made around 2250-2300 strips, the first 2234 of which were published in the English newspaper “The Sun”. The stories were published in many other countries, including the Netherlands, Germany, the United States and the Scandinavian countries. And, of course, Spain.
Axa often became topless “by accident”. Strips showing Axa topless are obviously much more sought-after than “dressed” Axa strips.
This strip features a very nice topless Axa in panels 1 and 2, as well as the robot Mark. Signed in Panel 1.
The strip is approximately 48 x 15 cm and was made on sturdy drawing cardboard. Will be packed in hardboard and sent by registered post.
- Original artwork
- No. of items
- - Originele strook (s.579) - Axa
- Year oldest item
- Formaat: 48 x 15 cm. - Gesigneerd
- Romero, Enrique Badia