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El Zorro [With CD] (Leer y Aprender: Nivel Cuarto) Paperback – January 1, 2008
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Alex Toth (born June 25, 1928) produced this material for Dell comics following his army service in 1954. Although best known for his animation designs for Hanna-Barbera in the 1960s and 70s (notably Space Ghost), Toth was a wonderful and prolific comic-book illustrator who had done excellent work for EC and went on to do superb work for many publishers including the Warren line.
Toth has stated that he disliked working on 'Zorro' due to company strictures on panel layout and action depiction, but this is still very good work with some superb composition and Toth's trademark minimalist but effective draughtsmanship.
Here are 11 of his classic adventures -- 10 short stories and a novelette -- which have been unavailable for over a half-century. As Zorro or as the languid Don Diego, our hero is resourceful and witty. He fights for the oppressed. Thew soldiers he fights against are honorable and brave, and Zorro respects them, reserving his contempt for their political masters.
It is amazing how "politically correct" the original Zorro stories are. Written at a time when magazines didn't think twice abouvt using terms like "spic" or "greaser", here we have a Hispanic hero helping people protect thier rights. Often, we find ourselves apologizing for the language and attitude of previous generations; you don't have to do that with Zorro.
No Zorro fan of any generation will fail to be thrilled by these adventures!