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The early adventures, like most of the serials published in Eagle at the time, were fumetti: illustrated by black-and-white photographs using actors, with text boxes and speech balloons superimposed. The photography for Manix was by Sven Arnstein. When Eagle ceased to publish fumettis and moved to a traditionally illustrated format in 1983, the art for the Manix strip was provided by Manuel Carmona.
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