The information on this page was last updated 31 March 2005
Since 1991, this magazine has entertained Latvian children with comic stories and editorials. Parents represent 72% of the purchasers, which indicates a high acceptance of the title as a quility children's magazine. Again, this Eastern European comic looks very much like all other Mickey Mouse titles published by Egmont in other countries.
In 1997, Latvian Mickey Mouse magazine was renamed Donald Daks, while the number of pages was increased from 36 to 48. A wide TV and radio campaign supported the re-launch, resulting in a sales increase of 15%.
Just like the other comics it first has an index page. Then a Donald and after that a Mickey story. The double center page has tips, puzzles and things to do and make. The comic ends with some more stories, of which most are Egmont ones (D-coded). On the back-cover is a preview-page of what will be in the next issue. The pages are mainly filled with stories!