Charrando de tebeos episodio 36: Naoki Urasawa y Topolino, de Alfons Figueras.

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Carlitos21

EXcelente programa muy documentado. Bien!!!

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Jorge Alejandro Raigoza

Excelente!

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PR17

20 Century Boys es algo enorme,un abrazo cracks!!

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Sabina Hernández Gracia

Jajajajajaja. Otro saludo muy grande para vosotros. Tenéis más oyentes femeninas de las que podéis sospechar! Pero de Garrapinillos por lo menos una (y sí, Casetas también es un barrio guay!). Además he venido escuchando vuestro programa en el Garrapinillero, como debe ser. Genial esta edición, me he reído muchísimo y fantástica además la sección de Alfonso Figueras. Un programa dedicado a Escobar ya! Un abrazo, moláis un montón!!

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David Vaillant

1. Programón! No me había enterado de que ya estabais con uno nuevo, me ha pillado de sorpresa, pero siempre es muy grata! 2. El comic de 20th century boys es la p**lla con cebolla! (Me recordaba constantemente a IT de Stephen King). 3. Yo recuerdo leer Topolino cuando era joven, y es verdad que no lo entendía muy bien. A ver si recupero alguna historia que tenga por ahí...

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