Nome: Pantera Bionda
Testata: Pantera Bionda
Collana: Pantera Bionda
Testi: Gian Giacomo Dalmasso
Prima edizione: 24 aprile 1948
Periodicità: quindicinale (settimanale dal n. 6)
Pantera Bionda – collana La Jungla (1948-1950)
Pantera Bionda – collana Jungla avventurosa (1954-1955)
Pantera Bionda – collana Albi del secolo (1964-1965)
Pantera Bionda – collana Albi del secolo Nuova serie (1965-1966)
Pantera Bionda – collana Mini (1970)
Pantera Bionda was an Italian comics series, launched on 24 April 1948. It featured Pantera Bionda (“Blonde Panther”), a jungle girl inspired by American characters such as Sheena and Nyoka, and was created by writer Gian Giacomo Dalmasso and artist Ingam (Enzo Magni). The series was published by Giurma, first with biweekly and then weekly periodicity.
The panels were usually realized by a team: Mario Cubbino for example was often responsible for the semi-nude body of the main character, while other drew the face, backgrounds, and other necessary features. The stories of Pantera Bionda, a blonde western girl raised by a Chinese woman, are set in the forests of Borneo and Sunda Islands just after the end of World War II; she fights criminals and the last Japanese Army survivors who had not surrendered to the Allies.