Čtyřlístek

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Čtyřlístek
Author Jaroslav Němeček draws character Pinďa
Publication information
Format Children's
Publication date 1969 to present
No. of issues 600 (as of 1 January 2016)

Čtyřlístek (Lucky Four or English: Four-leaf clover) is a Czech comic book series continuously published since 15 May 1969[1] created by Jaroslav Němeček.[2] In the 1980s an average edition contained about 220 000 prints and became one of the most popular comic books for children.

Plot[edit]

The comic has four main characters - Myšpulín, a geeky cat; Bobík, a tough pig; Fifinka, a pretty dog, and Pinďa, a silly rabbit. They live in the same house in the small fictitious village of Třeskoprsky, somewhere near Podbezdězí.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pavel Chrz. "Úvodní strana a novinky - knihovnička ČTYŘLÍSTEK". wz.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 19 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Google Translate". google.com. Retrieved 19 April 2015. the unofficial website dedicated to the legendary Czech magazine and comic Čtyřlístek. 

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