About SerieforlagetSerieforlaget (DK) is part of the Copenhagen based Egmont Group, which is Disney's largest single publishing license in the world. Egmont works within five selected product areas targeted at children an families. Activities include the creation, production, publishing, marketing and distribution of books, films and magazines through a vast network of publishing houses. Other activities are printing, cinema operations, music distribution, radio and TV. The Egmont Group is a media house with more than 100 companies in 24 countries. The Group is owned by the non-profit Egmont foundation that grants money to social research and development projects, especially concerning children and families. Egmont signed its first contract with Disney in 1947, for the Swedish Donald Duck magazine. Today, Egmont publishes Disney magazine and book titles for the Nordic countries, the German-speaking countries, UK and most Eastern European countries. Recently Egmont has pushed into Asia, with the first Chinese Disney magazine.
Egmont Creative is part of the Egmont Group, which has the Disney license to publish magazines in around 25 different countries including China. Egmont Creative produces around 4,000 new Disney comic pages every year, all of them with the D code (which you can find in the first panel of a story). Half of the 4,000 pages are 6 panels and the rest is 8 panels. The 2,000 8-panel-pages is around 90 procent of wha is produced in that format. The majority of the 6-panel-stories is produced by their Italian friends in Milano, with whom they have a very good cooperation. They carry through their production from Copenhagen with the help of circat 50 writers and 50 artists all on freelance basis.