Rikki en Wiske in Chocowakije
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Date of issue: 1/4/1975. Deposit number must be D / 1975/0034/37, but state: D / 1975/003/37. Published in the newspaper. Newspaper: The New Standard 1. Publication date: March 30, 1945 - December 15, 1945. Employees at Studio Vandersteen. Inks: Willy Vandersteen. The story was published (in black and white, of course) in De Nieuwe Standaard in 240 strips. Two strips appeared every day, with the reader being made curious about the sequel at the end of each episode. This stimulated the newspaper reader to buy the newspaper again the next day. The first album release was in 1946 in the Flemish uncoloured series (album nr 0). Technically speaking, it is a two-tone album as the story was published in blue ink with a red spot color. There were a number of adjustments made for the album compared to the newspaper publication. Some images have been redrawn and 20 strips have been omitted, leaving 220 strips. Technically, the publisher Standaard Boekhandel could only publish an album with 56 pages. Only 7,000 copies were printed, making the album a collector's item. It was for sale for 36 Belgian francs. This 1st edition has an advertisement for a Suske en Wiske poster on the back cover.
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