Pratt, Hugo.Powell, Hall. (2012) Corto Maltese :the ballad of the salt sea New York : Universe ;MLA Citation
Pratt, Hugo.Powell, Hall.Corto Maltese: The Ballad Of The Salt Sea. New York : Universe ; 2012. Print.
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Corto Maltese : the ballad of the salt sea /
Hugo Pratt ; translation by Hall Powell ; colors by Patritzia Zanotti.
|Main Author:||Pratt, Hugo.|
|Other Names:||Powell, Hall.|
|Published:||New York : Universe ; 2012.|
|Topics:||Corto Maltese (Fictitious character) - Comic books, strips, etc. | Voyages and travels - Comic books, strips, etc. | Graphic novels. | French fiction - 20th century - Translations into English.|
|Uniform Title:||Ballade de la mer salée. English|
|Physical Description:||253 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 25 cm.
|Summary:||"Treasure hunter, sailor, and adventurer, Corto Maltese remains one of the most popular characters from graphic literature in Europe and maintains a devoted cult following among American readers and creators. Originally published in 1967, Corto Maltese: The Ballad of the Salt Sea introduces our hero for the first time. The story begins with Corto Maltese adrift at sea in the Pacific during World War I. He is picked up by a Russian pirate/privateer named Rasputin. The graphic novel follows Corto and the adventure that ensues" -- from publisher's web site.