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In early 1962 Pulhan Yayýnlarý launched Miki weekly, with a license from Walt Disney Productions. Until this time comics had been traced and published by pirate publishers. The magazine was of higher quality then it's predecessors and introduced Italian-made stories to the Turkish market. Miki also ran non-Disney original Turkish comics. Unfortunately the costs were too high and measures were taken to bring down the costs. First the number of pages were reduced. Then the comic turned from color to black and white. The title was cancelled in 1965.
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