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(partial listing)

Also, please check out my Jules Verne Classics Illustrated Checklist
comic image - click for further information Voyager to Tomorrow: The Life of Jules Verne Treasure Chest of Fun & Fact, Vol 22 No 9, 
Dec 29, 1966
Around the World in 80 Days
Dell, A Movie Classic, No. 784 - 1956
La Casa de Vapor 
(Spanish - The Steam House) 
Joyas Literarias Juveniles, Editorial Bruguera, S.A. 
Jules Verne's In Search of the Castaways
Gold Key, Walt Disney Presents, #10048-303 
Aventuras de Cesar Cascabel
(Spanish - Adventures of Cesar Cascabel) 
Joyas Literarias Juveniles, Editorial Bruguera, S.A. 1977 
Off on a Comet
Classics Illustrated, No. 149, HRN 149
Off on a Comet
Classics Illustrated, No. 149, HRN 166
Classics Illustrated, Mexico
Journey to the Center of the Earth
Dell Movie Classic, No. 1060 - 1959 
Master of the World
Dell, No. 1157 - 1961
Master of the World
Marvel Classics Comics, #21 - 1977
The First Men in the Moon (by H. G. Wells)
Marvel Classics Comics - 1978 
Before you go looking for my head! This is a publishing BLOOPER! 
Yes, this is an H G Wells story, BUT look at the title on the cover. Marvel got it wrong, and said Jules Verne wrote it! Inside it does say H. G. Wells!
Jules Verne's Mysterious Isle
Dell, Nov.-Jan.,1964
Mysterious Island
Dell, A Movie Classic, No. 1213 - 1961`
Mysterious Island
Marvel Classics Comics, #11 - 1976
Walt Disney's World of Adventure: Mooncussers + Captain Nemo "Doom Island"
Gold Key, April - 1963
The Searchers
Caliber Comics, Vol. 1 #1 - 1996
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Dark Horse Classics, Adapted by Gary Gianni 
Walt Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Dell Comic, A Movie Classic, No. 614 - 1954
Walt Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Gold Key Classic - 1954
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Marvel Classics Comics, #4 - 1976
Journey to the Centre of the Earth

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Le Samedi,
July 23, 1955
Year 67, No. 11

Le Magazine National des Canadiens

These french canadian magazine, about the size of a LIFE magazine, at the back contain comic serializations of Jules Verne novels.

This issue for example, has:

  • Le Tour du Monde en 80 jours (18th episode)
  • Les Enfants du Capitaine Grant (2nd episode)

For this issue, the panels have a copy right that says:
Copyright Librairie Hachette & Opera Mundi

Each serialization is 1 page and has 12 panels in 3 rows with text below each row of 4 panels. At the top of the page it says: "Conte Illustre du "Samedi".
Which I take to mean "Story illustrated by Samedi" (the magazine) So, does the magaine have its own illustrators?

I will be putting up a page just for this magazine, shortly.

Some magazines also have serializations of "Mysterious Island" and "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea"

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