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Unofficial & unlicensed DD comics

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This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. These are the same kind as the Chinese ones - the size is small and pictures are located vertically. These ones used to have 4 colour front cover, inside pages are b/w.

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This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. These are the same kind as the Chinese ones - the size is small and pictures are located vertically. These ones used to have 4 colour front cover, inside pages are b/w.

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Timo Ni

This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. These are the same kind as the Chinese ones - the size is small and pictures are located vertically. These ones used to have 4 colour front cover, inside pages are b/w.

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Timo Ni

This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. The pulp book was printed using offset method, then being sold by the street gawker and at small book stores in rural areas.

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Timo Ni

This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. The pulp book was printed using offset method, then being sold by the street gawker and at small book stores in rural areas.

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Timo Ni

This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. The pulp book was printed using offset method, then being sold by the street gawker and at small book stores in rural areas.

Tallentaja:

Timo Ni

This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. The pulp book was printed using offset method, then being sold by the street gawker and at small book stores in rural areas.

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Timo Ni

These unofficial small leaflets were very common in China in 1980's (not only Disney, but also Tintin, Lucky Luke etc.). The stories were re-drawn, sometimes quite nicely but mostly the quality was very poor. Printing is black & white and paper quality low. They were sold at cheap price in kiosks and in the streets.

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Timo Ni

This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. The pulp book was printed using offset method, then being sold by the street gawker and at small book stores in rural areas.

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Timo Ni

This is the Indonesian version of popular American comic characters from the 1970s and 1980s. The obscure illustration and localized story was done unofficially by local artist and writer, most of the times with their own interpretation. The pulp book was printed using offset method, then being sold by the street gawker and at small book stores in rural areas.

Tallentaja:

Timo Ni