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Dylan Doggoes to Hollywood

'I can read the Bible, Homer or Dylan Dog for days on end without ever feeling bored.' So says iconic writer and philosopher Umberto Eco, a self-confessed fan of the comic-strip character created by Tiziano Sclavi in 1986.

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