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Mort & Phil

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Mort & Phil

Mort & Phil (Spanish: Mortadelo y Filemón) is one of the most popular Spanish comics series, published in more than a dozen countries. It appeared for the first time in 1958 in the children's comic-book magazine Pulgarcito drawn by Francisco Ibáñez. The series features Mort (Spanish: Mortadelo), the tall, bald master of disguise named after mortadella sausage, and his bossy partner, the shorter, pudgier Phil (Spanish: Filemón) Pi. Initially, they were private detectives operating as Mortadelo y Filemón, Agencia de Información, but now both serve as secret agents in the T.I.A. (a spoof on CIA), the Técnicos de Investigación Aeroterráquea (Aeroterrestrial Investigation Technicians). "Tía" is the Spanish word for "aunt". The series frequently uses slapstick humour whereby the characters constantly suffer mishaps - such as falls from heights, explosions, and being crushed by heavy objects. The effects rarely last more than one panel.
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genre: humor comics
movement: Bruguera school
narrative location: Spain
characters: Professor Bacterio, Mortadelo, Phil Pi, Secretary Ofelia

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author: Team Bruguera

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author: Francisco Ibáñez Talavera

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author: Francisco Ibáñez Talavera

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author: Team Bruguera

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