POLITIKIN ZABAVNIK PDF
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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Politikin Zabavnik included game “Obucite Fantoma” i. Serbian magazines Weekly magazines Serbian comics Yugoslav comics Magazines established in Serbian-language magazines establishments in Yugoslavia establishments in Serbia. He suggested to president Josip Broz Tito to re-establish comic publishing in Yugoslavia.
Since the start it zabavbik included various comics mixed with entertaining articles on popular subjects. Every youth book in Serbian or a language of national minorities in Serbia. During the years Politikin Zabavnik has published numerous comics pokitikin strips.
But, World War II stopped the publishing of the magazine.
Nowadays it comes out weekly on Fridays. The first post-war issue came out on 5 January Tito’s reputed answer was: After the war was over, the new communist regime banned comics.
Politikin Zabavnik Serbian Cyrillic: Retrieved from ” https: Every issue consists of constant and periodical sections, and other texts related to magazine content. Politikin Zabavnik is the name of a long-running comic magazine published in former YugoslaviaSerbia and Montenegro, and Serbia. In the period from toissues were published. The magazine now contained a complete episode of a comic separated on sequels.
Beside, it had exclusive rights on, in that time in Serbia extremely popular, Walt Disney comics.
Domestic comic authors also had significant space: Politikin Zabavnik cover featuring GorillazMay It had 12 pages printed in black and white. Before that Politikin Zabavnik published only comic strips. They were among the enthusiasts who were gathering Serbian intellectual left wing during the late s.
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Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in. In addition, the Phantom has appeared on the cover of issues,and 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. Politikin Zabavnik logo features Donald Duck as a newspaper seller. As ofPolitikin Zabavnik is still being published zaabavnik over issues published in total.
A new series started in with a new issue 1. MediaWiki spam polittikin by CleanTalk. Stevenson ‘s Treasure Island. Also, it was now published in color. First it started with caricatures and animated moviesand later some comics acquiescently started to be published in different editions.
At the beginning ofdue to embargo against FR Yugoslavia imposed by United PlitikinPolitikin Zabavnik had to stop publishing Disney’s comic strips, and instead of Donald Duck just a silhouette of him appeared in the logo. Wells and many other famous writers.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In total, “The Phantom” appeared in issues:. However, after the end of Soviet influence in Yugoslaviaand especially after the Politiikin periodcultural bondages started to loose. 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.
The first day of was a historical date for the magazine. The concept of Politkkin Zabavnik was balanced relation between comics and texts, such as novels, stories and interesting facts.