Corto Maltese

Corto Maltese, a cult favorite in one of the best European graphic novels, is a veritable legend in twentieth century literature.
He's a traveler – a sailor who combines Mediterranean looks with Anglo-Saxon culture. Corto, meaning “quick” in Spanish, was created in 1967 by Hugo Pratt, a native of Venice.
Corto is an anti-hero who prefers his
freedom and imagination to wealth. He is a modern Ulysses who takes us traveling to some of the most fascinating places in
the world.

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