Black Max Volume Three: Black Max

Autor Ken Mennell, Frank Pepper De (artist) Alfonso Font
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 18 ian 2024
German World War One flying ace Baron Maximilien Von Klorr returns and this time he isn't on his own!

Evil scientific genius, Doctor Gratz has formed an unholy alliance with the giant bat-controlling Baron and together the two sinister fiends have formulated a plan to destroy Paris!

Featuring the stunning artwork of Alfonso Font, this third instalment marks the final adventures of the original Black Max comic strip run.
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ISBN-13: 9781837861026
ISBN-10: 1837861021
Pagini: 144
Dimensiuni: 210 x 276 mm
Colecția 2000 AD
Seria Black Max

Notă biografică

Ken Mennell had an extensive career as an editor for Fleetway, working on a variety of classic comics. He had a hand in creating several strips including The Steel Claw and Black Max.

Frank Pepper had a lengthy career writing for British comics. From the 1930s onwards he wrote for a wide variety of story papers including The Champion, Knockout, and The Comet. He is best known as the creator of Roy of the Rovers for Tiger and Captain Condor for Lion. Other well-known strips he worked on include The Spellbinder and Dan Dare. He died in 1988.

Born in Barcelona and working as a comic artist since the early 60s, Alfonso Font is an artist of international acclaim. During the 70s he drew strips for a variety of publications across Europe, producing Black Max for Thunder, Sandberg, Pere et Fils for Pif magazine and Tequila Bang for La Calle. In the 80s he began to write his own scripts, creating award-winning series such as Taxi, Dark Stories, Clark & Kubrick: Spiritualists Inc. and Jon Rohner. Most recently in 2010, he provided the art for Héloise de Montfort, a historical series by Richard Marazano.


  • Lion episodes 1st January 1972 - 21st October 1972 Writers Ken Mennell, Frank Pepper, Artist Alfonso Font
  • Thunder Annual 1974 text story
  • Thunder Annual 1974 strip artist Alfonso Font


The third and final volume of the original Black Max story, which introduces Gratz the demon dwarf - a character who would go on to get his own strip in Lion.