Miky Maous was a Greek weekly comic that was first published on 1 July 1966, by Christos Terzopoulos. It was the second oldest comic title in Greece until it ceased publication in 2013. In 2006, the magazine surpassed 2000 issues and forty years of consecutive weekly print.
In Greek culture, the phrase Miky Maous has become synonymous with comic books as almost every Greek has been a Disney magazine reader at some point in his or her life.
Miky Maous was published by Nea Aktina A. E., a subsidiary of Terzopoulos Publishing S. A. and Lambrakis Press Group since 1999. At the beginning of September 2013, Miky Maous ceased publications due to the ongoing crisis in Greece, that caused budget problems to Nea Aktina.
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