Heroina (magazine)

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Editor-in-Chiefs Branko Maleš (1990-1991)
Zoran Jačimović (1994-1998)
Categories Music magazine
Publisher Independent (1990-1991)
Glas Slavonije (1994-1998)
Year founded 1990
First issue December 14, 1990
Final issue July 1998
Country  Yugoslavia (1990-1991)
 Croatia (1994-1998)
Language Croatian

Heroina (trans. Heroine) was a Croatian and former Yugoslav music magazine.


Heorina was originally founded in 1990 as an independent magazine.[1] The magazine's first Editor-in-Chiefs was Branko Maleš.[1] The first issue was released on December 14, 1990, and after the sixth issue, released in June 1991, Heroina was put out.[1]

The magazine was renewed in 1994 under the name Heroina Nova (The New Heroine).[1] Nova Heroina was published by Glas Slavonije under the editorship of Zoran Jačimović.[1] The first issue was released in January 1994, and the last, 41st issue, in July 1998.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f Janjatović, Petar (2007). EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006. Belgrade: self-released. p. 303.