Nick Knatterton was a comic series that appeared in the German magazine Quick from 1950 to 1959 and starred a master detective of the same name. Author and illustrator of the series was Manfred Schmidt. According to Manfred Schmidt, he actually wanted to use Knatterton to parody the American Superman comics. The name alludes to Nick Carter and Nat Pinkerton, two pre-war magazine-style crime novel series.
In this episode we take a look at the historical background of the creation of the series and the first episode with the unwieldy title: “The shot in the artificial back of the head”.
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