cover for Boneno, art by Tetsuji Fukushima (October, 1952)
cover for Shonen Shojo Bokeno (October, 1952)

Tetsuji Fukushima was the creator of the science-fiction manga serial 'Sabaku no Mao' ('The Devil of the Desert'), that was printed in the monthly boy's magazine Shonen Shojo Bokeno from 1949. The serial, inspired by the legend of Aladdin, ran until February 1956. Fukushima was strongly influenced by North-American comics.

Sabaku no Mao, art by Tetsuji Fukushima
Sabaku no Mao, art by Tetsuji Fukushima

Last updated: 2007-11-16

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