On je sa A. U istom periodu izdato je i 14 vanrednih brojeva. U ovom periodu celokupna delatnost redakcije lista odvijala se na volonterskoj osnovi. By the end of the 50s, some of the new laws brought in by the Yugoslav government had changed the situation concerning publishing. The magazine also published a lot of comics by local artists-not only reprints from the golden’30s but also new stories whose authors were: Oba stripa potpisao je pseudonimom John Radley. The first half of the ’60s supplied lots of humor comics, perhaps under the influence of a popular humor TV series that originated at the same time, but possibly also because of the rising optimism as the economic situation in the country improved. Ipak, nijedan junak lansiran u ovoj ediciji, po popularnosti se nije mogao meriti sa malim partizanskim kuririma.
Prodajna cena im je iznosila dinara. Iz saradnje sa S. Objavljeno je puno radova britanskog porekla: Chlorophylle et Minimum by Raymond Macherot was one of its most important features, and they also published works by Jije, Morris, Peyo, Funcken, Coelho, Franquin and others. Mnogo njih se odazvalo pozivu. Private initiative became possible again, after being a bit restricted during a more rigid period after the WWII. Imao je 24 strane formata 20 x 29 cm. Todorovic was a bohemian figure and a passionate gambler who lived over the movie theater Zvezda and inspired a host of poets and writers to chronicle his unusual lifestyle.
Ovaj flim je do Even educational comics were represented by Marko Krsmanovic and the noted painter, Ljubica Cuca Sokic. Aleksandar Hecl nacrtao je Prodavane su po 60 dinara.
Edicija je donosila stripove iz nacionalne istorije. Prodavan je po visokoj ceni za ono vreme od 50 dinara. Nobody expected that this was the beginning of what fjlm later become a major comics publisher.
Private initiative became possible again, after being a bit restricted during a more rigid period after the WWII. Zdravko Zupan Strip u Srbiji Ma To je stvaralo zabunu. In Belgrade, as early asa comics magazine called Meteor was started by a group of editors including Dragi Nedeljkovic, Roksanda Milutinovic and Vujica Ristic.
The latter published a lot of stories inspired by local events during WW2. Njihovi likovi eksploatisani su u raznim vidovima: But, as it became clear later, the most important year for comics in Serbia was Ina feature film based on the Mirko and Slavko comic was released.
It was such hyperproduction that brought about a decline of quality and the end pinm this series in Pored stripova donosio je i tekstualne priloge. By the end of the 50s, some of the new laws brought in by the Yugoslav government had changed the situation concerning publishing. These stories were drawn by Lazar Sredanovic.
Iz saradnje sa S. U njemu on traggu da je kasno za plebiscit — za i protiv stripa. It’s interesting that the same publisher in started another line of comic book series entitled Bibiloteka Lale with mostly foreign material, including Marvel Comics superhero comics, Tarzan, Rob Roy, etc.
Od prvog do In one of the pknk bizarre occurences, during a congress dedicated to state cultural policy in the town of Kragujevac, comics and other pulp literature were burned in public!
[Projekat Rastko] Zdravko Zupan: Strip u Srbiji
This comic provoked varied reactions among the readers, but was retained after a readers’ poll found that same number of letters was received pro and con. Some of the weekly magazines also started to publish comics, as did Ilustrovana politika in with Moomin by Finnish cartoonist Tove Janson. Among the popular stories were the local cartoonists’ renditions of a French comic, Les Pieds Nickeleds.
Objavljeno je puno radova britanskog porekla: This trend was set paantera the satirical magazine, Jez, but most of the works of local authors were published in Nasmejane novine and Mali jez. Still, local cartoonists were creating in a fairly diverse range of styles. Chlorophylle et Minimum by Raymond Macherot was one of its most important features, and they also published works by Jije, Morris, Peyo, Funcken, Coelho, Franquin and others.
Ovako koncipiran list posle izvesnog vremena uvodi kompletan strip kao dodatak u svakom broju. Ipak, nijedan junak lansiran u ovoj ediciji, po popularnosti se nije mogao meriti sa malim partizanskim kuririma.
Mnogo njih se odazvalo pozivu. Ivkovic, who was the editor and publisher of Mika Mis, the most famous s comics magazine in Serbia, edited Veseli zabavnik. Tada je izlazio na formatu A4. U istom periodu izdato je i 14 vanrednih brojeva.
The magazine was headed by Srecko Jovanovic and Aleksandar Lazarevic.