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Fifi. Fifi was created by the French authors Henri de la Vaulx (Jack & Francinet) and Arnould Galopin (Allan Dickson, Francis Dormeuil, Doctor Omega, Francis, Jack & Francinet, Julot, Monsieur Paturel, George Edgar Pipe, Tenebras, Jean Tixier) and appeared in Le Tour du Monde en Aéroplane #1-160 (1912-1914) and Les Nouvelles Aventures de Fifi #1-99 (1914-1915).

Fifi is an adventurous Parisian teenager who with his best friend Christian tours the world in an airplane. Fifi & Christian have adventures in every exotic location imaginable, from the North Pole to Annam, and encounter enemies like the “Brigands of the Pampas...half Indian, half Metis, they are a savagery without equal.” In Les Nouvelles Aventures de Fifi Fifi has adventures on his own as a heroic aviator active in Indochina (before World War One) and in the skies over Europe during the war. Fifi appears in stories with titles like “The Wreckers of the Pacific,” “The Prison of Steel” and “Under the Enemy’s Fire.”

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