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The Digedags (1955–1975)
The Abrafaxe (since 1976)

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[Bearbeiten] Welcome

MosaPedia is a Wiki about the (former East-)German comic book Mosaik. The Mosaik is the oldest comic book still being published month by month in Germany. The Heroes of the Mosaik are the Digedags, i.e. Dig, Dag and Digedag (from 1955 until 1975), and the Abrafaxe, i.e. Abrax, Brabax and Califax (from 1976 onwards) respectively.

As of 2015, more than 700 issues have seen the light in 60 years of Mosaik history; additionally there are some graphic novels, lots of comic-strips in Newspapers, a fair amount of secondary literature and last but not least a movie.

The language of this Wiki is (of course) German.

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