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Revision as of 17:08, 4 October 2019

Apu is a Finnish monthly women's magazine based in Helsinski and published by A-lehdet. (The Finnish word "Apu" means "Help", the magazine being founded at a time of economic recession to help the unemployed persons).

History

The magazine was founded in 1933 by its first editor-in-chief Yrjö Lyytikäinen as a weekly publication. In the late 30's (1938 ?) it started to print the Mandrake Sundays, often presented on the back cover, under the name Taika-Jim.

Published stories

Daily stories

# Original story title Issue and start date Issue and end date Comment
26 "Lothar the Champ" (1943) (1944) Example: #11/1944 = 16 to 21 February, 1942 Daily strips.

Sunday stories

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# Original story title Issue and start date Issue and end date Comment
... .... .... (1940)
11 "City of Gold" (1940) (1940) Example: # 30/1940 = 16 July, 1939 Sunday Page
... .... .... ....
23 "Mystery of the Girls with Red Hair" # 4 (1945) # 19 (1945)
... .... .... ....
26 "The Garden of Wuzzu" # 21 (1949) # 37 (1949)
... .... .... ....
36 "The Blue Bandit" # 22 (1950) # 42 (1950)
... .... # 43 (1950) # 2 (1951)
39 "City of Jewels Pt.2: The Ice Demons" # 3 (1951) # 13 (1951)
... .... .... ....
43 "The Mystery of the Big Trees" (1951) # 10 (1952) beginning: maybe in # 47 (1951)
44 "Jungle Adventure" # 11 (1952) (1953)
... .... .... ....
50 "The Spaceship to Venus" (1953) # 22 (1954)
51 "The Caribbean Mystery" # 23 (1954) # 29 (1954)
52 "The Jungle Fullback" # 30 (1954) # 38 (1954)
53 "Taboo Land" # 39 (1954) # 7 (1955)
54 "The Doorway to Z" # 8 (1955) (1955)
55 "The Hide-out" (1955) (1955)
56 "The Visitors (1955) # 2 (1956)
57 "The Water Champ" # 3 (1956) (1956)
58 "Mandrake's Magic House" (1956) (1956)
59 "Mandrake Plays Cupid" (1956) # 28 (1956)
60 "Rex (The Living Fossil)" # 29 (21.07.1956) # 47 (1956)
61 "The Mountain that Walked" # 48 (1956) # 2 (12.01.1957)
62 "The Tomb" # 3 (19.01.1957) # 10 (09.03.1957)
63 "The Ocean Wind" # 11 (16.03.1957) # 31 (03.08.1957)
64 "The Sleeping Forest" # 32 (10.08.1957) # 44 (02.11.19577)
65 "Isle of the Giant" # 45 (09.11.1957) # 2 (11.01.1958)
66 "Universal Love" # 3 (18.01.1958) # 13 (29.03.1958)
67 "Magnetic Island" # 14 (05.04.1958) # 28 (12.7.1958)
68 "The Castaway" # 29 (19.7.1958) # 40 (04.10.1958)
69 "City in the Deep" # 41 (11.10.1958) # 4 (24.01.1959)
70 "Witchmen's Peak" # 5 (31.01.1959) # 27 (04.07.1959)
71 "The Miss Galaxy Beauty Contest" # 28 (1959) (1960)
76 "The Birthday Party" # 3 (1960) # 23 (1960)
... .... ....
78 "The Watcher" (1961) # 23 (1961)
... .... ....
98 "The Underworld vs. Inter-Intel" (1967) (1967)
99 "The Astro Pirates" # 1 (1968) # 20 (1968)
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