Nº 5 of the Argentinian magazine Fierro
The first 100 issues of Fierro magazine are now available for download
Outstanding comic figures such as Hugo Pratt or Jean Giraud, Moebius, passed through the pages of this publication.
In September 1984, a few months after the return of democracy, Fierro a Fierro. Historietas para sobrevivientes (Fierro to Fierro. Comic strips for survivors); from issue 13 onwards it was called Fierro, keeping its subtitle. Its most immediate predecessor was Superhumor.
The one hundred issues of its first period were published by Editorial La Urraca. Its director was Andrés Cascioli, accompanied by a relatively stable team of collaborators. Enrique Breccia, Horacio Altuna, Carlos Sampayo, Carlos Nine, Marcos Meyer, Roberto Fontanarrosa, Miguel Rep, Cochimba and Marcelo Birmajer.
So begins Ana Lía Rey ‘s description of the mythical magazine Fierro for the Archivo Histórico de Revistas Argentinas (AhiRa), collective which brings together teachers and researchers trained at the University of Buenos Aires in the fields of literature, history and communication, who are particularly interested in Argentinean magazines and their insertion in the aesthetic, political and ideological debates of the history argentine culture.
On your page have made issues 1 to 100 available for downloading in PDF format
But if you are still looking for other issues or alternative download links in case the website goes down, in that priceless archive that is Archive.org’s archive you have from specials to issues from 2007.
Here is a list of links available for reading.