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Fatalà. Fatalà was created by the French author Marcel Allain (Commissaire Boulard, David Dare, Fantômas, Férocias, Mareuil, Miss Téria, Tigris (II)) and appeared in Fatalà #1-22 (1930-1931); the stories were reprinted in Italy in I Romanzi Rossi from 1933 to 1935.

Fatalà is a distaff version of Fantômas and clashes with the forces of law and order across Europe, from Paris to the Pyrénées and even at sea. In the end, she repents of her criminal ways.

Fatala appears in stories with titles like "The Vampire with the Hair of Eyes!" "The Living Dead," and "The Hell of Love!"

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