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Comics - suuri sarjakuvakirja 1

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Comics - suuri sarjakuvakirja 1
Suuri sarjakuvakirja.jpg
Cover artist: Several
(illustrations taken from featured comics)
Country/language: Mini finland.gif Finland / Finnish
Format: 24 × 34 cm, softcover
Pages: 160 pgs, b/w & color
Publishing date: 1970
Editor: unknown
Publishing company: Weilin+Göös
Preceded by: N/A
Followed by: N/A


Comics - suuri sarjakuvakirja 1 is a 1970 Finnish comics anthology book.

Contents

Phantom stories

Other stories

  • "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz
  • "The Wizard of Id" by Brant Parker and John Hart
  • "Rip Kirby" by John Prentice
  • "Andy Capp" by Reg Smythe
  • "Buz Sawyer" by Roy Crane
  • "Miss Peach" by Mell Lazarus
  • "Beetle Baily" by Mort Walker
  • "Lolly" by Pete Hansen
  • "Dateline: Danger!" by Al McWilliams and John Saunders
  • "Ferd'nand" by Henning Dahl Mikkelsen
  • "Hi and Lois" by Dik Browne
  • "Moose and Molly" by Bob Weber
  • "Short Ribs" by Frank O'Neal
  • "Belvedere" by Nat Greenwood
  • "Big George" by Virgil Partch
  • "Felix" by Jan Lööf
  • "Dick Tracy" by Chester Gould
  • "Blondie" by Chic Young
  • "Hystoria with JP" by Tom Shephard and Bob Cohn
  • "Popeye" by Bud Sagendorf
  • "Tumbleweeds" by Tom K. Ryan

See also