In addition to being a co-creator of Kaliman, Navarro was also the founder of its flagship network, Radio Cadena Naciónal. "The White Terror", issues 201-244, main villain: The Brain 13.
Kalimán, the Incredible Man: Luis Manuel Pelayo Solín: Luis de Alba Narrator: Isidro Olace Director: Marcos Ortiz Scripts by Víctor Fox (Héctor Gonzalez pseudonym) 1. "The Fantastic Journey", issues 310-351, main villain: Poseidon 17.
"Brains of Hell", issues 344-387, main villain: Humanon 18.
It is also frequently mentioned that he has a vast knowledge of science and arts, including fine arts, engineering, architecture, chemistry and biology. 100,000 copies were sold out within that week, and due to the excessive demand, the issue had to be reprinted.
Kalimán wears an all-white outfit (except for the reverse of his cloak, which is dark red), with just one mark: a jeweled-encased "K" in front of his turban. The original series ran until 1991, with a total of 1,348 weekly issues.
He makes clear that he does nothing that any other men would not be able to do through self-discipline, study and hard work. Later special editions "Kalicolor" and "Kalimán de lujo" were done in full color, using the same process as in America, but they were less popular than the original magazine and never sold well.
It is assumed that his apprentice Solín, a common boy, will eventually take his place as he learns from him. The reprints give the scripts credits to Víctor Fox (who purchased the rights of the comic), instead of Clemente Uribe.If compared with modern day superheroes, Kalimán can be described as a combination of Marvel Comics Doctor Strange and Iron Fist. Initially, it is stated that Kalimán is just Solín's protector and tutor, but as the series progresses, he gradually replaced him as the main character. From Colombia, the comic was also exported to most South American countries, contributing to expand Kalimáns popularity across Latin America.Kalimán had several popular catchphrases often used to explain his actions, but the two most relevant were "Serenity and Patience", often told to his disciple Solín to prevent him to rush without thinking, and "Whoever dominates the mind, dominates the world", frequently used after he succeeded in realizing an impossible feat. An eleven year old kid, rescued from the streets of Cairo in Kalimán's first adventure. In 2010, the daily newspaper El Comercio de Quito, Ecuador acquired the rights to reprint Mysteries of Bonampak and The Triangle of Death as a serialized comic strip."Horsemen of Terror", issues 378-416, main villain: Zulma 19."Mysteries of the Chinese Wall", issues 411-452, main villain: The Black Knight 20.The adventures of Kalimán were published as a serialized weekly comic which was printed for twenty-six consecutive years, reaching its highest popularity in 1965, and it is still being quite popular today in reprints or paperbacks.