Zdravko Zupan (1950) is the leading Serbian historian of comics and the first popular culture historian to have researched systematically the roots of modern comics in Western Balkans. He had his first comic strip published in 1965 in Mali jež. In 1967 he became a regular contributor to Dečje novine. His best known comic series are ‘Zuzuko’ and ‘Munja’. He also collaborated with magazines like Vjesnik, for which he was drawing the series ‘Tom and Jerry’ between 1983 and 1988, and the French Le Journal de Mickey, for which he was creating the series ‘Mickey Mouse’, ‘Goofy’ and ‘Ellsworth’ between 1990 and 1994.
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