The original series ran until , with a total of 1, weekly issues. The comic book was printed in sepia tones, with an artistic watercolor painting feeling on every page, like most of the Mexican comics of that time instead of the CMYK used in American comics. Only the cover was done in full color, but also painted with acrylics. The Colombian run of the comic-book lasted for more than issues. After issue , the comic began to reprint the complete series in the same order as they were originally published. From time to time, the original sepia comics are reprinted up to our days, either as serialized comics or collected editions.
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His mind is finely honed, so that he is in effect a living encyclopedia, retaining all knowledge he ever encounters. He is skilled in both the arts and sciences, and is able to use both hypnosis and mimicry. He also trained his body as he grew so that by the time he was an adult he was as physically fit as a normal human can be. With a strong sense of justice, he then set out into the world to right wrongs, having a series of fantastic adventures along the way.
His constant companion is an Egyptian boy called Solin, whom he rescued during his first adventure. His escapades take him around the world, from India to Tibet, from African jungles to Mayan ruins. Comments: Created by the late Modesto Vazquez.
Thanks to "el Grillo" for informing me of this. His comic books have been published weekly for the last thirty years in the Latin American, Spanish speaking market. He began to take on a wider range of villains.
From smugglers and criminals, he also took on villains of a scope. Criminal organizations, assassins and spies. In addition he faced supernatural foes. There is an in-depth website devoted to him in Spanish at www. There is another, maintained by Javier Delgado, at www. Javier also mentioned that "Kaliman born as a radio play in Mexico, but it was also produced in Columbia", and notes a site where you can find some chapters of the Columbian version of the plays.
He also told me of yet another site which covers this popular character. There is even a forum to discuss this character.
Kaliman el Hombre Increible