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I padroni del caos (2003)
A. Russo (writer) / Esposito Brothers (artists)

An Italian comic book whose title translates as "Masters of Chaos".

Contributed by Marco Abate

Not much mathematics in here, but several of the characters are mathematicians. They've better not talk about mathematics (the writer clearly didn't know what he was writing about), but at least the characters are not too much stereotypical.

Published in Martin Mystere 255, Sergio Bonelli Editore, Milano, 2003, 94 pp.

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