Serie-pressen

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Serie-pressen
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First issue
Country/language: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish
Publishing company: Saxon & Lindström
Publishing years: 1971-1972
Issues: 24
Format: 28x41 cm, b/w & color


Serie-pressen is a Swedish anthology magazine, published by Saxon & Lindström and Svenska Serier AB in 1971 and 1972.

History

The first part of the "Serie-pressen" issue was released in tabloid format (28x41 cm and 24 to 32 pgs), then from issue 11/1972 the size was reduced (17x26 cm and 52 pgs), a more reular comic book format. The magazine printed various comics as:

"Allan Kämpe" by Eugen Semitjov, "Flash Gordon" by Dan Barry, "Dick Tracy" by Chester Gould, "Dr. Merling" by Knud V Larsen, "Feli"x by Jan Lööf, "Moose and Molly" by Bob Weber, "Henry" by Carl Anderson, "Versus" by Jack Wohl, "Jo, Zette et Jocko" by Hergé, "Popeye" by E.C. Segar, "Krazy Kat"by George Herriman, "Little Iodine" by Jimmy Hatlo, Mandrake the Magician by Lee Falk and Phil Davis, "Poeten och Lillemor" by Jørgen Mogensen, "Snuffy Smith" by John Rose, "Beetle Bailey" by Mort Walker, and on.

Issue overview

Covers

Serie 1971

Serie 1972