Swedish Disney comics magazine launched in 1948
Kalle Anka & C:o (Donald Duck & Co) is a Swedish weekly Disney comics magazine, published by Egmont. The 52-page comic, launched in September 1948, is the overall best-selling Swedish comic magazine. In the early years, the comic printed translated stories from the United States, including Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, Four Color and other Dell Comics Disney titles. As Disney comics production waned in the United States in the 1960s, Kalle Anka began printing more European-produced content, from Scandinavia and Italy. Now, Kalle Anka & C:o and its Scandinavian sister editions Anders And & Co. (Denmark) and Donald Duck & Co (Norway) are identical, apart from the language.
Today, the comic is read by all age groups (as the back page to the first issue in 1948 put it: "for anyone between the ages of 3 and 90"). As of 2019, more than 3,300 issues have been published.The magazine had a circulation of 225,000 in 1990 and 65,300 in 2010.The original page count of the comic was 36 pages. Starting in 1992, the page count was increased to 48 pages, and in 1997, increased again to 64 pages. Today, the magazine consists of 52 pages. In the summer and some holidays, the number of pages is increased to 96 pages.
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