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'''''Mika Miš'' #122''' was a regular issue of the Yugoslavian comic magazine ''[[Mika Miš]]''.
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'''''Mika Miš'' #123''' was a regular issue of the Yugoslavian comic magazine ''[[Mika Miš]]''.
  
 
== Contents ==
 
== Contents ==

Latest revision as of 18:16, 9 November 2019

Mika Miš #123
Mika Mis 123.jpg
Cover artist: Vlastimir Belkić
Country/language: Mini kingdomyugoslavia.png Yugoslavia /
Serbian
Format: 21 × 29 cm
Pages: 16 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: August 13, 1937
Editor: Milutin S. Ignjačević
Publishing company: Aleksandar J. Ivković
Preceded by: Mika Miš #122
Followed by: Mika Miš #124


Mika Miš #123 was a regular issue of the Yugoslavian comic magazine Mika Miš.

Contents

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