Radar Pictorial, by Mok Kwan-ngok 1965

Mok Kwan-ngok was a Hong Kong artist who was inspired by the popular Japanese samurai movie 'Blind Knight' to start an eight-page daily comic magazine together with Man Yong. The paper, Radar Pictorial, featured an ongoing sword fight comic and became as popular as the movie. It ran from 1965 until the mid-1970s, despite the tremendous strain on the artists to produce eight pages a day. Mok and Man also started the daily Ultraman Pictorial, which only ran for a short time.

Radar Pictorial, by Mok Kwan-ngok 1965

Last updated: 2012-04-14

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