Čtyřlístek (Lucky Four or English: Four-leaf clover) is a Czech comic book series continuously published since 15 May 1969[1] created by Jaroslav Němeček.[2] In the 1980s an average edition contained about 220 000 prints and became one of the most popular comic books for children.

Čtyřlístek
Author Jaroslav Němeček draws character Pinďa
Publication information
FormatChildren's
Publication date1969 to present
No. of issues600 (as of 1 January 2016)

Contents

PlotEdit

The comic has four main characters - Myšpulín, a geeky cat; Bobík, a tough pig; Fifinka, a pretty dog, and Pinďa, a silly rabbit. They live in the same house in the small fictitious village of Třeskoprsky, somewhere near Podbezdězí.

FranchiseEdit

A video game entitled Čtyřlístek a strašidelný hrad was released in 2002.[3]

An animated film, Čtyřlístek ve službách krále [cz], was released in 2013.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pavel Chrz. "Úvodní strana a novinky - knihovnička ČTYŘLÍSTEK". wz.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 19 April 2015.
  2. ^ "Google Translate". google.com. Retrieved 19 April 2015. the unofficial website dedicated to the legendary Czech magazine and comic Čtyřlístek.
  3. ^ "Čtyřlístek a strašidelný hrad – Databáze-her.cz". www.databaze-her.cz (in Czech). Retrieved 2018-03-26.

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