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Topic: Periodicals (15 records)


Comic magazine in the form of a yearly review. It has been published regularly since 2000 and it has partly unified the Czech comics scene.


Biweekly magazine for youth, published since 1957. It focuses primarily on popularizing scientific and technical phenomena, but also contains drawn comic series.


Specialized comic magazine based on the eponymous series of four animal protagonists. It has the longest publication history and is intended for children aged 6 to 13.


Satirical pro-communist weekly magazine, published from 1945 to 1989.


Magazine dedicated to comics, with a preference to drawn series rather than individual episodes. It departed from the didactic function of comics in favour of aesthetics and entertainment. It was published from spring 1989 to 1992.

Koule (magazine)

One of the first Czechoslovak comic magazines intended for older children and youth. It was published between 1926 and 1928 on newspaper paper with comics and comic series.

Lidové noviny

Daily newspaper in which many prominent figures of Czech culture and politics have published. The newspaper was most famous in Czechoslovakia between the two world wars.

Malý zpravodaj

Czechoslovak comic journal. It was published between 1930 and 1934.

Mladý hlasatel

Weekly magazine primarily aimed at young readers. It was published by the publishing company Melantrich from 1935 until 1941.

Moderní revue

The first Czech magazine of decadents and symbolists. It was published between 1894 and 1925.

Národní listy

Czech political liberal daily newspaper published from 1861 to 1941. One of the most significant dailies of the second half of the 19th century.


Children’s comic magazine, published from 1935 to 1942 in Prague as entertainment literature with written adventure stories. It was the first to publish the best hand-coloured photographs by its readers.

Samizdat magazines and editions

Independent literature that appeared in Czechoslovakia shortly after the communist coup in February 1948 (underground, surrealists) and became especially widespread during the period of normalisation in the 1970s and 1980s. It was a part of independent culture and an expression of independent and free thinking.

Vesmír (magazine)

The longest running Czech monthly magazine promoting science and research, especially natural sciences.

Vlasta (magazine)

The oldest surviving Czech women’s magazine.

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