Disney comics in Turkey
Traced stories from WDC&S also frequently appeared in the pages of Doðan Çocuk, Turkey's most popular children's magazine after the second world war. In 1957 Milliyet, one of Turkey's leading newspapers, started printing licensed daily strips of Scamp.
In 1962 Pulhan Yayýnlarý began publishing the Miki weekly with licensed stories, which was cancelled in 1965. In 1966 Arkýn Kitabevi took over the license and launched Renkli Miki, which was cancelled within a year.
In 1970 Hakký Bigeç launched Miki Maus which printed Italian-made stories. In 1979, Tay Yayýnlarý began publishing a bi-weekly Disney comics magazine titled Miki, containing mostly short stories. Unfortunately also this title was cancelled after two years.
In 1993 Ana Yayýncýlýk began publishing Disney Dünyasý and was later taken over by Doðan Yayýncýlýk, which built a partnership with Egmont in Denmark, which then put out Donald Amca in place of Disney Dünyasý and accompanied it by a new Mickey Mouse monthly.
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|Çocuk Sesi’nin Miki Fare Albümü||4.94||1936||- ?|
|Disney Dunyasi||4.91||1993||- 1995|
|Disney Prenses||5.32||2002||> today|
|Donald Amca||5.32||1995||> today|
|Mickey Mouse||6.02||1995||- ?|
|Mickey Mouse Album||4.64||1996||- ?|
|Miki (1)||5.96||1962||- 1965|
|Miki (2)||4.42||1979||- 1981|
|Miki Maus||5.06||1970||- 1971|
|Renkli Miki||5.78||1966||- 1967|
|Vak Vaka Kardeþ||3.75||?||- ?|
|Winnie the Pooh||6.28||2000||> today|