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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