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5 Apr Politikin Zabavnik # PZ jpg. Cover artist: unknown. Country/language: Mini Yugoslavia / Serbian. Format: 22 × 5 Apr Politikin Zabavnik is the name of a long-running comic magazine published in former Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbia. 27 Apr Politikin Zabavnik # does not include any Phantom comics but is of interest because of the Phantom art on the cover and article about.

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Among the writers awarded are: Although it has been slightly redesigned several times since, it is still published in that format. Mostly American, French, Belgian and those of domestic authors. Since the start it has included polirikin comics mixed with entertaining articles on popular subjects.

Politikin Zabavnik logo features Donald Duck as a newspaper seller. Istorija jugoslovenskog stripa I Archived at the Wayback Machine. The magazine now contained a complete episode of a comic separated on sequels. Four of them were printed with addition of red color and its undertones.

Every issue consists of constant and periodical sections, and other texts related to magazine content. Stevenson ‘s Treasure Island. Another significant addition was a comic in the middle of the magazine. Some of the famous comics often published in Politikin Zabavnik are: Retrieved from ” https: Allegedly, it was prearranged by a visit of Athens ‘ representative of Walt Zabavnio Company.


Beside, it had exclusive rights on, in that time in Serbia extremely popular, Walt Disney comics. Every youth book in Serbian or a language of national minorities in Serbia.

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Oolitikin the period from toissues were published. Between 34, coupons that arrived, one fifth voted for the name Politikin Zabavnik Politika’s Entertainer among other suggestions. It was established in for year Views Read View source View politikiin. But, World War II stopped the publishing of the magazine. The last of the pre-war editions No came out on 4 Apriltwo days before the bombing of Belgrade. The first day of was a historical date for the magazine.

Also, it was now published in color. MediaWiki spam blocked by CleanTalk. Before that Politikin Zabavnik published only comic strips. The first post-war issue came out on 5 January Politikin Zabavnik cover featuring GorillazMay Webarchive template wayback links All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from March Articles with permanently dead external links Interlanguage link template link number.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In total, “The Phantom” appeared in issues:. The comic magazine Politikin Zabavnik was launched in by the publisher Politika. Privacy policy About PhantomWiki Disclaimers. Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in.


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On 31 December Politika came out with an open competition for the name of new edition. They were among the enthusiasts who were gathering Serbian intellectual left wing during the late s.

In the beginning it was printed in the form of newspaper, and issued biweeklyon Tuesdays and Fridays. Mala istorija srpskog stripa Archived at the Wayback Machine.

The concept of Politikin Zabavnik was balanced relation between comics and texts, such as novels, stories and zaavnik facts. Politikin Zabavnik Serbian Cyrillic: It had 12 pages printed in black and white. Magazine for amusement and science Comic magazine.

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After the war was over, the new communist regime banned comics. Zlatno doba srpskog stripa Archived at the Wayback Machine.

Wells and many other famous writers. He suggested to president Josip Broz Tito to re-establish comic publishing in Yugoslavia. Politikin Zabavnik included game “Obucite Fantoma” i.

Pages with broken zabvnik links Publications Politikin Zabavnik issues. This page was last edited on 27 Marchat Newspapers and magazines published in Serbia.