Comics (Swedish)

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Comics
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First issue
Country/language: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish
Publishing company: Illustrationsforlaget/
Carlsen if
Publishing years: 1970-1975
Issues: 8
Format: 24 x 34 cm, b/w


Comics is a Swedish publication of mainly US strips, published between 1970 and 1975.

Issue overview

Regular seriese

This this anthology series presented "the worlds best comics" and short biographies of the people behind these:

"Adamson" by Oscar Jacobsson (3), "Alfredo" by Jørgen Mogensen and Cosper Cornelius (2), "Alma de Dragón" by Esteban Maroto (7), "Andy Capp" by Reg Smythe (1, 5), "Animal Crackers" by Rog Bollen (4), "B.C." by Johnny Hart (2), "Barney Baxter" by Frank Miller (3), "Barney Google and Snuffy Smith" by Fred Lasswell (4, 5), "Beetle Baily" by Mort Walker (1), "Belvedere" by Nat Greenwood (1), "Big George" by Virgil Partch (1), "Blondie" by Chic Young (1, 3), "Boner's Ark" by Mort Walker (2), "Brenda Starr" by Dale Messick (4), "Brick Bradford" by Paul Norris (6), "Bringing Up Father" by George McManus (3), "Broom Hilda" by Russell Myers (2, 5, 6), "Buz Sawyer" by Roy Crane (1, 7), "Catfish" by Rog Bollen and Gary Peterman (6), "Dateline: Danger!" by Al McWilliams and John Saunders (1, 6), "Den tossede tegner" by Jørgen Mogensen (3), "Der kleine König" by Otto Soglow (4), "Dick Tracy" by Chester Gould (1, 3), "Dickie Dare" by Coulton Waugh (5), "Felix" by Jan Lööf (1, 2), "Ferd’nand" by Henning Dahl Mikkelsen (1, 4, 6), "Flash Gordon" by Dan Barry / Alex Raymond / Al Williamson (4, 5, 6), "Friday Foster" by Jim Lawrence and Jorge Longaron (2), "Hi and Lois" by Dik Browne (1), "Hjemme hos Helle" by Orla Gettermann (5), "Hystoria with JP" by Tom Shephard and Bob Cohn (1), "Jeff Hawke" by Sydney Jordan (8), "Johnny Hazard" by Frank Robbins (6), "King of the Royal Mounted" by Jim Gary (3), "Krazy Kat" by George Herriman (3), "Li’l Abner" by Al Capp (2, 3, 7, 8), "Little Orphan Annie" by Harold Gray (3), "Lolly" by Pete Hansen (1), "Louie" by Harry Hanan (2), "Mandrake the Magician" by Lee Falk and Phil Davis (2, 4), "Mary Perkins" by Leonard Starr (4), "Ming Foo" by Brandon Walsh (3), "Miss Peach" by Mell Lazarus (1), "Modesty Blaise" by Peter O’Donnell and Jim Holdaway (5), "Momma" by Mell Lazarus (2, 8), "Moomin" by Lars Jansson (6), "Moose and Molly" by Bob Weber (1), "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schultz (1. 2, 3), "Poeten og Lillemor" by Jørgen Mogensen (5, 6, 7), "Pogo" by Walt Kelly (2), "Polly and Her Pals" by Cliff Sterrett (3), "Popeye" by E.C. Segar (3), "Prince Valiant av Harold Foster (2), "Redeye" by Gordon Bess (4, 8), "Rex Morgan" by Nicholas Dallis, Frank Edgington and Marvin Bradley (4), "Rick O’Shay" by Stan Lynde (4, 7), "Rip Kirby" by John Prentice (1, 2), "Romeo Brown" by Peter O’Donnell and Jim Holdaway (8), "Sam's Strip" by Mort Walker and Jerry Dumas (3), "Scarth AD 2171" by Jo Addams and Luis Roca (5), "Secret Agent X-9" by Alex Raymond (3), "Short Ribs" by Frank O'Neal (1), "Skippy" by Percy Crosby (3), "Steve Canyon" by Milton Caniff (4, 7), "Terry and the Pirates" by Milton Caniff (5), "The Katzenjammer Kids" by H. H. Knerr (3), "The Phantom" by Lee Falk and Sy Barry / Wilson McCoy / Ray Moore (1, 2, 3), "The Seekers" by Les Lilley and John M. Burns (7), "The Spirit" by Will Eisner (8), "The Wizard of Id" by Brant Parker and John Hart (1), "Thimble Theatre" by Bud Sagendorf (1), "Tiffany Jones" by Pat Tourret and Jenny Butterworth (4), "Tintin" by Hergé (3), "Tom Poes" by Marten Toonder (8), "Tug Transom" by Peter O’Donnell and Alfred Sindall (8), "Tumbleweeds" by Tom K. Ryan (1), "Winthrop" by Dick Cavalli (4).

Corresponding titles

The series was translated from Danish and published in several other countries:

Denmark

Germany

Finland

The Netherlands

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