Saturday, April 6, 2013

207 - S025_GloriaGolden_(11-14-43_to_01-23-44)

Here is the second one in the 2 most elusive Sunday strips of Mandrake. I had earlier shared a darker version of this strip. Here is a cleaner version.

This also started off with one color strip from Magnus Magnusson. I have been able to get all the other strips.





















This is a very short story - just 11 strips.

Download RS version here

Download MF version here

Enjoy,

Venkit

9 comments:

HojO said...

Thanks,but where is the link of whole strip?That MF link opened with 1 colored strip only.Plz post whole strip..

AlbÂș said...

Thanks a lot. This number close a important hole in my e-colection of Mandrake Sundays.

Please try again whith the corret link.

Regards

AlbÂș

Some bug at download

Venkitachalam Subramanian said...

Must have been some issue with MF. I just tried downloading from both these links and was able to get the full story.

Try again

HojO said...

3 attempts made..both rs & mf...and still getting only 1-page strip!If possible,plz reupload..

Venkitachalam Subramanian said...

Could be a problem with CDisplay? I am using GonVisor v1.74.

I already see more than 200 downloads, which leads me to think that it could be related to the viewing software.

You could download the cbr and then rename it to a RAR file and unzip it to a folder. You should be able to see 11 files.

I do not see any point re-uploading because there is no problem with the RS & MF links.

marquesp said...

Wrll, probably only the color strip is jpg and all the others are tiff format. I had the same problem with s024, only the jpg opened.

You can convert the tiff with Paint.

Cheers,

Paulo

Venkitachalam Subramanian said...

Marques is right.

HojO said...

Yes,unzipping solved the problem,thanks Paulo & Venkit.
It was a peculiar problem where the file opened for a single specific page..

Anonymous said...

Once in a while, one have to upgrade the software (version) he is using.

And once in a while, he even have to change the software he is using because it does not (fully) work anymore.

Sorry,

Emile