Disney comics in Netherlands
The Donald Duck weekly made its debut in the Dutch market in 1952. Weekly print runs have been over 300,000 copies since 1953. Readers in Holland are very faithful; the average subsciption lasts 4.5 years.
The Netherlands has a rich history of story production, with new Dutch H-coded stories published in the Donald Duck Weekly every week, by such artists as Mau and Bas Heymans.
Subscriptions from Sanoma Uitgevers are available for the weekly magazine, a monthly magazine for girls named Katrien ("Daisy") and the monthly Donald Duck Extra.
Other significant titles are De Beste Verhalen van Donald Duck ("The Best Stories of Donald Duck"), which reprints Carl Barks stories in nice book-bound albums, and the Oom Dagobert albums ("Uncle Scrooge"), which began reprinting Carl Barks stories but now solely publishes Don Rosa stories.
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How to get these titlesThe titles of Sanoma Uitgevers are for sale in most book and magazine shops and grocery stores in the Netherlands and the northern part of Belgium. Some popular titles are also distributed to popular holiday destiations like Spain in summer time.
You can subscribe to Donald Duck Weekblad, Donald Duck Extra and Katrien.
If you live in the Netherlands you can subscribe online at this website or call 0800-226637 (only from the Netherlands)
For subscriptions abroad you can also call +31 23 556 69 01
The address of the publisher is: Sanoma Uitgers, afdeling klantenservice, Postbus 41014, 2130 ML Hooddorp.