In the 90s, Don McGregor was your Zorro writer. He penned one of the most famous Zorro runs from Topps Comics, as well as a daily syndicated newspaper strip. Those were cancelled, and a small start up company called Papercutz got the license for Zorro in the early 2000s.
Papercutz is a company that specializes in kids books, trying to get their books in Scholastic magazine and the like, and so they released a sillier, more childish version of Zorro with MacGregor’s writing in 3 graphic novels.
What’s interesting, is a fourth was made and somehow ended up on Amazon.
However, upon tireless search, I’ve never been able to find a copy to prove it exists. Other Zorro experts don’t believe it ever existed either. The artist has a clear pen name in “Sidney Lima” and isn’t referenced anywhere else.
A cover at least was commissioned. What happened to this graphic novel? One of the great mysteries of pulp.