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Others, the more intellectual ones, appeared in the magazine Relax.Other comics, published by the government, were pure propaganda.
From the late 50s, for a decade, their comical adventures appeared in the Wieczór Wybrzeża newspaper.
But no later than the 50s, comics made their way back into the newspapers.
Those were the days of the founders of Polish comics: Janusz Christa and Henryk Jerzy Chmielewski.
While the Polish comics industry may not be as internationally recognised as that of the US or the Francophone countries, it certainly has its own share of writers and artists creating world-class comics.
From the most famous albums and books and the best known names of the comics industry to obscure classics and personal suggestions, everyone can find something to suit them in the world of Polish comics.
The comics' main audience was the uneducated inhabitants of big cities.
They dealt with many different topics: social and political affairs or customs, always with a touch of humour.Komiks and Fantastyka - Komiks is where the classics of Polish comics appeared: science-fiction comics like Funky Koval and fantasy such as Wiedźmin (the Witcher, based on the novels by Andrzej Sapkowski).Funky Koval was the first Polish comic for adults, and its brutality and nudity shocked audiences. But the market was dominated by foreign publications. New publishing houses started to open, promoting Polish authors.The wordless three-panel stories appeared on the cover of the weekly Przekrój from 1948 until several decades later.Filutek is a noble gentleman in a bowler hat who lives with his dog, a source of both joy and trouble.The majority of the most important contemporary comic book authors started their careers or have been published in Produkt.