Benito Jacovitti (March 19, 1923 - December 3, 1997) was born in Termoli, Italy. In 1956 he began working for the newspaper Il Giormo, where Cocco Bill was born. Ten years later he join Il Corriere dei Piccoli.
Reprint changes (page altering):
YSL3: First two frames on the first page redrawn higher (from top and the bottom of frames) by local artist.
- Corriere dei Piccoli #48/1968–7/1969
- Album "Coccobill fa 7+", suppl. a Giorno dei Ragazzi #26 (1973)
- Mezzo secolo di risate western (2007). 48 pgs. Color.
- [FIN*]: "Cocco Bill ja pormestarin salajuonet". 48 pgs. Color.
- [FRA]: "7 fois mouche".
- [GER]: "Cocco bill kauft sich 7 kalte Killer".
- [GR]: "Οι τρομεροί 7". 48 pgs. Color.
- [NL1]: "Spaghetti western". 48 pgs. Color.
- [NL2]: "Haalt zeven plus". 48 pgs. Color.
- [SPA]: "Los siete pistoleros". Color.
- [YSL1]: "Koko Bil [#1]". 48 pgs. Color & B&W.
- [YSL2]: "Obračun u Čačaknogi" 48 pgs.
- [YSL3]: "Naj...junak divljeg zapada" 48 pgs. B&W.
Cocco Bill's got a problem of constantly thiefed stagecoach. He confronts the mayor and villian with seven moustached brothers.
[* Opening page excerpt from the Finnish edition]
- The original Cocco Bill
- The original Zorro Kid
- The other originals
- Jacovitti in Brazil
- Jacovitti in Finland
- Jacovitti in France
- Jacovitti in Germany
- Jacovitti in Greece
- Jacovitti in Hungary
- Jacovitti in the Netherlands
- Jacovitti in Norway
- Jacovitti in Spain
- Jacovitti in Sweden
- Jacovitti in Yugoslavia
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Created: October 17, 2009. Modified: April 28, 2012.