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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The first issue came out on 28 February The awards ceremony takes place every year on the foundation day of Politika – 25 January. In the period from toissues were published.

A new series started in with a new issue 1. The last of the pre-war editions No came out on 4 Apriltwo days before the bombing of Belgrade. Politikin Zabavnik cover featuring GorillazMay First it started with caricatures and animated moviesand later some comics acquiescently started to be published in different editions. This page was last edited on 5 Aprilat Views Read Edit View history. It had 12 pages printed in poliikin and white.

Tito’s reputed answer was: The stories have been newspaper strip stories or Team Fantomen stories. Privacy policy About PhantomWiki Disclaimers. Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in. In the beginning it was printed in the form of newspaper, and issued biweeklyon Tuesdays and Fridays.


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Also, it was now published in color. They were among the enthusiasts who were gathering Serbian intellectual zagavnik wing during the late s.

Domestic comic authors also had significant space: Every issue consists of constant and periodical sections, and other texts related to magazine content. Zlatno doba srpskog stripa Archived at the Wayback Machine.

Politikin Zabavnik

The comic magazine Politikin Zabavnik was launched in by the publisher Politika. The concept of Politikin Zabavnik was balanced relation between comics and texts, such as novels, stories and interesting facts. Retrieved from ” https: Politikin Zabavnik is the name of a long-running comic magazine published in former YugoslaviaSerbia and Montenegro, and Serbia. This page was last edited on 27 Marchat During the years Politikin Zabavnik has published numerous comics and strips.

Politikin Zabavnik logo features Donald Duck as a newspaper seller. In addition, the Phantom has appeared on the cover of issues,and At the beginning ofdue to embargo against FR Yugoslavia imposed by United NationsPolitikin Zabavnik had to stop publishing Disney’s comic strips, and instead of Donald Duck just a silhouette of him appeared in the logo.


Since the start it has included various comics mixed with entertaining articles on popular subjects. Nowadays it comes out weekly on Fridays.

The magazine’s famous slogan labels it as “Za sve od 7 do ” For everyone from 7 to After the end of Yugoslav wars Disney’s characters returned to the magazine. The first day of was a historical date for the magazine. Mala istorija srpskog stripa Zbaavnik at the Wayback Machine. Magazine for amusement and science Comic magazine.

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In total, “The Phantom” appeared in issues:. But, World War II stopped the publishing of the magazine. Politikin Zabavnik included game “Obucite Fantoma” i. Some of the famous comics often published in Politikin Zabavnik are: It was established in for year As ofPolitikin Zabavnik is still being published with over issues published in total.

Average magazine circulation came to 41, per issue, which was at the time a great number.

However, after the end of Soviet influence in Yugoslaviaand especially after the Informbiro periodcultural bondages started to loose.

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