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This article is about TBO, the comics magazine. For the aviation abbreviation, see Time between overhaul.
TBO was far from modern influences in seventies when European comics started to influence Spanish comic magazines. It kept its own style with short stories and ingenuous humour.
- Altamiro de la Cueva
- Top, a dog comics series drawn by José Cabrero Arnal
- The Smurfs, as Los tebeítos. When Bruguera acquired the publishing rights, they were named Los pitufos.
- Los grandes inventos del TBO, presentados por el profesor Franz de Copenhague, intricate machines reminding of Rube Goldberg machines.
- Eustaquio Morcillón
- La familia Ulises
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