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El Coyote the Coyote [3] is the name of a fictional character very amllorqui to Zorro El Zorrothe Foxalthough acting several years later when California had transformed to be a part of the United States’ “Wild West”.

Cover illustrators were not always identical to inside illustrators.

The novels a Cliper edition already in [8] – and the comics – were also glued in nice collections and sold in hardbound “limited bookform” Forum had one with all its novels, [9] and also one with the comics. California was incorporated into the US in as a result of the Mexican—American War — after some turbulent years as mallodqui of Mexico and even twice as a short-lived independent republicand registered as the 31st State of the United States in Behind his facade he doubled as El Coyote, a masked vigilante hero and defender of the weak — fighting for freedom, honesty and justice.

The mallkrqui continued the mythical traditions of Robin HoodDick Turpinand The Scarlet Pimpernel — published inwhich was the very first popular novel with the “double identity” plot. Dime novel detective Nick Carter debuted in Tarzan was introduced inand Zorro found its way to the public inbut El Coyote became even bigger — in Spain. Some of the very early comic strip superheroes were Buck Rogers introduced inDick Tracyccoyote Flash Gordon in The most famous comic book or strip hero is Superman originated in and commercially published in In Mandrake debuted, and the Phantom comic strip The Phantom in Batman and the original Captain Marvel entered in Coyote wore a black mostly illustrated as dark blue, also in the comics — and sometimes brown Mexican, decorated charro costume.

He also had a broad black silk belt sometimes illustrated as a red silk one — although mostly as an ,allorqui brown beltplus two holstered revolvers hanging low on a “double” ammunition belt.


Some illustrations show only one revolver with ammunition belt and holster — others two revolvers on one holster.

He also had a knife — and a rifle, a lasso and a Mexican sarape on his horse — and he wore gloves. The mask covered more of his upper face than shown on most of the fine drawings by Francisco Batet and especially by several others. The Scandinavian covers presented a relatively large mask illustrated by Harald Damsleth.

The novel series mostly comprised the years from Cooyte and cpyote Cliper number 6 from early to around Published in Spain, they originally consisted of volumes — — the last titled Alias el Coyote in March The novels were not always strictly chronological.

The original novel numberEl hogar de los valientesand its sequel, takes us back to aroundbefore Jr. Simultaneously published were 10 Numero Extra —including a reedited version of the original pulp El Coyote issued as Edicion Cliper Extra 0 in and the Especial of noted below no numbering at all.

El Coyote (character)

The early “Coyote” novels were published in 16 countries in nine different languages. Finland had 78 volumesmostly with Batet illustrations. The illustrations on the Scandinavian editions, by Harald Damsleth[44] are by many ranked as the finest. Although the Extras, numberedand the Extra-Especial no number at all — 6 pesetas on Ediciones Coyotee — all issued during the very first years —46 — did not have coyotte of the other first novels’ issue numbers, they have later “entered” the numbering — just like the “Nuevo Coyote” series which was originally numbered on Cliper.

He “officially” returned in Decemberdescribed in the very first novel, El Coyotealthough operating as El Coyote in California several times before that, secretly leaving Mexico during his years abroad.

Edmond found out Coyote’s true identity in late – and Beatriz probably a bit later. They settled in Washington in although later often visiting California. She became aware of Coyote’s double identity by the end of the maplorqui first written novel. They married in during an almost two years period of Coyote retirement. Julian died just prior to Guadalupe’s marriage. Coyote had some interesting mallorqui allies friends.


They helped Coyote from the very first beginning through all the years, and did not know about Coyote’s real identity. Two other characters, though, knew – Ricardo Yesares and Matias Alberes. Several of the novels’ characters appeared throughout the series.

He was murdered in mal,orqui Former civil war spy Ginevra St.

All three started out as some kind of enemies of Coyote. In the novels there were of course also a lot of villains – Coyote’s worst and toughest enemy probably was Robert Toombs featured in Guadalupe and its sequels around From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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The latter derived from his short novel El Coyote written under the pseudonym Carter Mulford. The figure of El Coyote would become the main character of more than novels and ed: Soon after the U.

Actually only 47 of the 51 Swedish flagged novels were issued cogote the flags at La hacienda tragicaLa ley de los FoyoteAl servicio del Coyote ma,lorqui, and De tal palo Jr marries Wallace unknown first name and they go to Spain for a honeymoon, where a son James is born, who becomes Jim Wallace “subbing” for Nick Carter in Spanish Molino pulps.

The two adventurers later “rode again” in further pulps in the long-running Dos hombres buenos Cid novel series around volumes from for several years also in a radio show.

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