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    Default Hello to everybody, and can you help me?

    Hi, I'm an old fan of comics, and I hope to be accepted in this kind society of comic enthusiasts.

    But now I request your help for I'm sure you have a much wider experience than mine.

    I'm looking for an old comic book I saw once, a long time ago. The looks and the general style made me think about something from the 60's or 70's.

    It was about a little girl maybe a preteen, that some times was in the nude or nearly nude, and that was mixed in some violent adventures protected by a very big yellow or green powerful brute, with some sort of goggles. This brute or monster was maybe a cyborg, because at some time the girl fixed his brain, or something.

    I think the girl had a short Russian name, and the brute some ridiculous name like "Electrax" or something about this style.

    I'm sorry I can't give more hints or details because this is all I can find in my old memories.

    I'd love to find this comic again, and can somebody tell me its title, or give some hint about it?

    A big thank you to everybody!

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    RANXEROX is the book.


    From Wikipedia...:

    RanXerox is an Italian science fiction graphic novel series by Stefano Tamburini and Tanino Liberatore, two Italian artists who had worked on such magazines as Cannibale and Frigidaire. Conceived as a bizarre antihero, RanXerox was a mechanical creature made from Xerox photocopier parts.

    Frequent HEAVY METAL contributor Richard Corbin described it as...:

    RanXerox is a punk, futuristic Frankenstein monster, and with the under-aged Lubna, they are a bizarre Beauty and the Beast. This artist and writer team have turned a dark mirror to the depths of our Id and we see reflected the base part of ourselves that would take what it wants with no compromise, no apology – and woe to the person who would cross us. But it is all done with a black, wry, satirical sense of humor.

    I ran across some of these stories when I was younger.
    Didn’t really like them.
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    Ooooohhhh!!!

    I'M IN AWE!!!

    Thank you, a million thank you! That's it, and I'd never thought somebody could find it with my few clues and wrong hints.

    Thank you again, my dear friend!

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    No sweat.

    For not having liked the book when I first ran across it, it must have made an impression.
    I instantly knew what you were talking about by your description.
    I’m checking out the art on Google images, and it’s pretty damn good, actually.

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