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When I taught Latin back in Wisconsin over 10 years ago, I saw in the filing cabinet a collection of sheets which were cartoons of a Latin superhero named "Superlegatus." They were funny and taught important constructions in a very incremental fashion.

I really wish I had these things and would use them as supplements in my classes. But they are non-existent online. I have deduced from stray references that they were made by Richard Scanlan.

Does anybody have a copy of this work? Who holds the rights to it? I really would like to see them either republished as a book or made available online.

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