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    Swedish Magazins?

    Everybody knows of the German MotU, PoP and NA Magazins, of which Finland got some of the MotU and one NA. Yesterday I found a Swedish Bravestarr-magazine Magazin of the same style between one of the MotU issues I bought in Stockholm which leads to the obvious question: Did they release Swedish versions of the He-Man or the dolls?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pH6 View Post
    Everybody knows of the German MotU, PoP and NA Magazins, of which Finland got some of the MotU and one NA. Yesterday I found a Swedish Bravestarr-magazine Magazin of the same style between one of the MotU issues I bought in Stockholm which leads to the obvious question: Did they release Swedish versions of the He-Man or the dolls?
    I am not sure I am following you. But it was released several comics from 1987-1989

    1987 - 6-7 issues
    1988 - 12 issues
    1989 - 12 issues
    1987 - 1 issue Movie special

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    Not the Satellit-comics, of which there were 7 issues in 1987.
    I'm talking about these. Some were released in Finnish, and since the Swedish Bravestarr was of the same size and style and by Mattel, I'm interested in knowing if the Magazins got any Swedish versions.

    http://www.he-man.org/publishing/sub...d=23&subid=100
    http://www.he-man.org/publishing/sub...d=23&subid=101
    http://www.he-man.org/publishing/sub...d=23&subid=102
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    I do have some of them, one of them is without cover (I lost it as a kid) the other ones are the same as in the German versions of nr 1-1986 and nr 1 - 1987. So to answer your question, there are atleast 3 released in Sweden,

    I actually saw the one I have without cover sold on the Swedish version of Ebay (Tradera). By some stupid reason I did not place a bid on it. I do regret it now like mad

    There there were some comics same size too... All released in Sweden.

    In fact, I believe I have about all that was released by Motu up til the New Adventures, by then I had lost interest. Still I have three copies of nr 1-1987, not in good condition though.


















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