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Cover artist: Gunilla Hansson
Country/language: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish
Format: 21 × 26.5 cm
Pages: 176 pgs, color & b/w
Publishing date: September 1, 1986
Editor: Harriet Alfons &
Margot Henrikson
Publishing company: Natur & Kultur
Preceded by: N/A
Followed by: N/A
ISBN 91-27-01671-4

Serieboken is a Swedish comic anthology book.

It is the 11th volume (of 14) in the "Min nya skattkammare" series, published from 1978 to 1991. The series collects tales, short stories, songs, poems, nursery rhymes, etc. for children. While some volumes of the series target children of a specific age, others focus on a specific theme (poetry, games, art, etc) - "Serieboken" focuses on comics.


Phantom stories

Other comics

  • "Mannen som gör vad som faller honom in" by Oskar Andersson
  • "Vad är en serie för någonting?" by Jan Lööf
  • "Max und Moritz" by Wilhelm Busch
  • "The Katzenjammer Kids" by Harold H. Knerr and Charles H. Winner
  • "Nancy" by Ernie Bushmiller
  • "Little Iodine" by Jimmy Hatlo
  • "Dennis the Menace" by Hank Ketcham
  • "Klotjohan" by Torvald Gahlin
  • "Ett barndomsminne" by Ulf Lundkvist
  • "De små rackarna i sandlådan" by Joakim Pirinen
  • "Bunneltanan!" by Joakim Pirinen
  • "En besynnerlig dröm" by Joakim Pirinen
  • Unnamed story by Sture Åkerström
  • "Marsupilami" by André Franquin
  • "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schultz
  • "Garfield" by Jim Davis
  • "Superman" by E. Nelson Bridwell, Curt Swan, and Murphy Anderson
  • "Superman" by Jerome Siegel and Joe Shuster
  • MAD stories by Wallace Wood and Sergio Aragones
  • "Stålfarfar" by Ason
  • "Steven Strong" by Peyo
  • "Tarzan" by Edgar Rice Burroughs and Burne Hogarth
  • MAD stories by Wallace Wood
  • "Lucky Luke" by Morris
  • "Valérian and Laureline" by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mézières
  • "Philémon" by Fred
  • "Beetle Bailey" by Mort Walker
  • "91:an" by Nils Egerbrandt
  • MAD stories by Don Martin
  • MAD stories by Sergio Aragones
  • "Biffen och Bananen" by Rit-Ola
  • "Hapless Harry" by Geo Gately
  • "Gaston Lagaffe" by André Franquin
  • "Rulle Rustibus" by Axel Bäckman
  • "Popeye" by Tom Sims och Bela Zaboly
  • "Barnaby" by Crockett Johnson
  • MAD stories by Harvey Kurtzman and Bill Elder
  • "Mandrake the Magician" by Lee Falk and Phil Davis
  • "Tintin" by Hergé
  • "Felix" by Jan Lööf
  • "Blondie" by Chic Young
  • "Kronblom" by Gunnar Persson
  • "Adamson" by Oscar Jacobsson
  • "Fernando" Puig Rosado
  • "Henry" by Carl Anderson
  • "Louie" by Harry Hanan
  • "Alfredo" by Moco
  • "Donald Duck" by Carl Barks
  • "Moomin" by Tove Jansson
  • "Bamse" by Rune Andréasson
  • "Asterix" by René Goscinny och Albert Uderzo
  • "Poeten og Lillemor" by Jørgen Mogensen
  • "Miss Peach" by Mell Lazarus
  • "Archie" by Bob Montana
  • "Sam's Strip" by Mort Walker and Jerry Dumas