Plot and script: Renata Pfeiffer ed Enrico Bagnoli (Henry)/Francesco Artibani and Tito Faraci
Artwork: Enrico Bagnoli/Paolo Ongaro
Cover: Giancarlo Alessandrini
An explanation is finally forthcoming for the absurd massacre perpetrated at RicksBar, but its the kind of denouement thats awfully hard to accept And what on earth can Grimano Del Moro, a Fifteenth-century alchemist, have in common with the respectable Herr Bernstein, the present curator of the Museum of Garden Dwarfs of Nürnberg? And why are ruthless criminals trying to get their hands on four statuettes which, in spite of their disquieting appearance, are considered to be guardin protectors? At this point, Martin Mystère cherishes very little illusion of being able to keep out of trouble for much longer; and anyway, this mystery promises to turn out to be particularly intriguing
In this number: from page 5 to page 44, "Massacro al Rick's Club" (by Pfeiffer-Bagnoli); from page 45, "Il mistero dei nani di gesso" (by Artibani and Faraci-Ongaro).