RanXerox in New York  

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RanXerox in New York (1982) is an Italian graphic novel by Liberatore and Tamburini.

Although the adventures of Tanino Liberatore's RanXerox had previously been published in various magazines in Italy (Frigidaire, Cannibale), France ( l'Echo des Savanes), US (Heavy Metal), the first hard cover Rank Xerox story (as it was then called by the authors) was published in 1982 by French publisher Albin Michel.




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