Semic Press is a Swedish comic book publishing company that operated from 1963 to 1997. Known for original comics as well as translated American and European titles, Semic was for a long time the country's largest comic book publisher. For many years, Semic published the official translations of American (mostly) superhero comics produced by DC Comics and Marvel Comics. The Semic Group had divisions in a number of European countries — mostly to distribute translated American comics — including Spain, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, France, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary. Original titles published by Semic included Bobo, Bamse, FF med Bert, and Swedish treatments of James Bond and The Phantom. In 1997 Semic was sold to the Danish media house Egmont. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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