Gerard Roman's Biography of William Lam port “The Irish Zorro was published by Brandon Books in 2004. Minstrel Books published A series of young reader novels based on the motion picture The Mask of Zorro.
You can find the original Johnston McCully story and books based on the 1998 film “The Mask of Zorro “. Legal El Zorro by Jacques Van Hasten, Javier Zeal (Illustrator)This paperback is intended for readers ages 9-12.
It's the basic introductory story of Zorro, with Don Diego de la Vega returning home to Los Angeles and becoming El Zorro to defeat a cruel military commander. Mask of Zorro, The (Mighty Chronicles) by John WhitmanThis is one of a series of books based on the 1998 film.
Zorro and the Jaguar Warriors by Jerome PreislerAnother paperback inspired by the 1998 film. Zorro : The Lost Temple by Frank Laureate fourth in the series of paperbacks based on the 1998 film.
With stories published by a variety of the best names in comics, including Dell Comics, Western Publishing, Le Journal de Mickey, Tops, Dynamite, and most recently, American Mythology, Zorro's amazing exploits have inspired readers for generations, and will continue to do so for years to come. Some of American Mythology’s contributors include Eisner-award winning artist Mark Wheatley, J.C. Vaughn, Andrew Magnum, and James Euphoric.
American Mythology’s classic Zorro adult horror series pick up after the end of the events of Curse of Capistrano, and sees the masked hero face off against undead conquistadors, evil Bros, and other supernatural threats. Written by David Avalon, with art by Roy Allen Martinez and colors by Enrich Angling.
Celebrate 100 years of Zorro with stories illustrated by one of the all-time comics legends: Alex Both! This special series delivers some of Both’s best, classic Zorro work and is a virtual master class in comic art, composition, and storytelling.
The sea holds many dark secrets, but when the horrors of the deep invade the surface realm, only Zorro stands between them and the grueling future of the risen old gods! Swashbuckling adventure meets Lovecraft terror in a series that pits Zorro against the unrelenting hordes of Cthulhu.
Dynamite Entertainment, the publishing division of Dynamic Forces, Inc., was founded in 2004 and is home to several best -selling comic book titles and properties, including Red Sonja, Green Hornet, Project Superpowers, The Boys, Army of Darkness, Battlestar Galactica, The Lone Ranger, Zorro and more. The Lone Ranger investigates the murder of his mentor in this first crossover comic for pop-culture’s most-famous masked heroes.
Introduced by Tops comics as a sidekick to Zorro, Lady Rawhide has since become a popular character in her own right. As soon as Zorro took to the air and the ratings soared, publishers rushed to get out stories of the masked man.
Many of the old Johnston McCully stories were reprinted, but there were also quite a few new books based on the Disney series. Zorro books based on the series were released in a number of foreign languages and sold around the world.
Adapted by Irving Western Pictures by John Steel Golden Press, 1958 32 pages This large format (9.25×11.5 inches) book is based on the Capital Ontario story arc.
Adapted by Charles Spain Verbal Pictures by John Steel Simon and Schuster, 1958 24 pages In the finale, Zorro captures his foe by lassoing him from a tree deep in a forest and then defeating him in a duel in the town square.
Upon arriving home in Los Angeles from Spain, Don Diego de la Vega discovers the pueblo is under the merciless rule of Capital Ontario, a corrupt official who plans on enriching himself at the expense of the local residents. Unable to stop the soldier through a direct show of force, Diego becomes Zorro, the masked avenger.
Written by the owner of this site, this book covers every episode of every Disney television series through 1997. Several other issues also included minor mention of Zorro as part of Disney's overall publicity campaign.
Ontario again suspects that Benito, a vaquero on the DE la Vega ranch, is secretly Zorro, and he arrests him with plans for a speedy trial and execution. Maria Gorilla, a local vendor, and her father will lose their land unless Zorro can prove that Piney, the crooked lawyer, has forged his deed to the property.
This edition also includes behind-the-scenes photos as Kevin Corcoran visits Henry Calvin in Quiche's Perfect Day. Not too surprisingly, Zorro proves that the loan shark Ropey is behind the fires plaguing the town's vendors.