El Vibora #146-157
CBR/RAR | Spanish comic magazine | 12 Issues | 633 MB Total
"(The Viper) was a Spanish comic magazine, monthly, which began publication in December 1979 and disappeared in January 2005 after a total of 300 numbers and several specials. His motto was "Comix for survivors" and has certainly been the longest of all the magazines called adult comics boom in Spain, second only to "El Jueves". It was also one of the most influential, the channel "with the alternative comics sales channels into the reach of all" and becoming the main representative of the so-called chunga line, one of the three major schools Spanish cartoon aesthetic of the years 80, with the clear line and represented by the Madriz magazine.