Published August 1, 2002
by Top Shelf Productions .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
Stripburek, like his cell-donor father STRIPBURGER, is the true face of the gray continent. You might think you are ready for it because you have, after all, faced an occasional East European in your extensive comics reading. being experienced comics cognoscenti, of cracking open a book by a new author and being blown away by the. originated from the collaboration of the scriptwriter Jaroslav Foglar// and the cartoonist Jan Fischer// in Realistically drawn stories about a group of boys called Rychle sipy/the Fast Arrows/ soon won enormous popularity among the youth thanks to. Stripburek - comics from behind the rusty iron curtain () - was set up as an Eastern European anthology, featuring comics from Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Slovenia. Handyburger () - publication about physical handicap made in cooperation with YHD association. XXX(Strip)burger () Stripburek - comics from the other Europe (). Launched in by Strip Core, Stripburger is a pioneer of publishing independent comics in Slovenia. With around 70 editions behind it, Stripburger is today still the only Slovene alternative comics magazine featuring works by both Slovene and foreign comic authors, complementing them with news and reflections on comic arts. Being multilingual, it has developed into an important resource on.
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