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The fourth publication in Yugoslavia was Mikijevo Carstvo ("Mickey’s Empire"), which was launched on 23 February 1939 by Milutin S. Ignajacevic, the former editor-in-chief of Mika Mis.
Milutin managed to attract to his venture the leading scenarist Branko Vidic, as well as the very skilled artist Nikola Navojev and Djordje Lobacev (Djordje authored quite a few of its covers).
Despite its name, Mikijevo Carstvo did not feature any Disney cover and published only one or two Disney stories, created by local artists. Of all the Serbian comics magazines printed till the war, Mikijevo Carstvo was the last to die, on April 9th, 1941, with 217 issues released.
Mikijevo Carstvo had a print-run of 30,000.