the first Finnish comic book was created in 1911 and in November 2011 a sheet of stamps celebrating the first six decades was designed by Ville Tietäväinen.
For the 1950s, the stamp features Kili ja Possu, written by Olavi Vikainen (1915-2005), who specialized in animal characters in children's comics that were published in a number of Finnish and Swedish papers.
I am not sure why the google translations insist on referring to the comics of Bunny, Kili and Poss (pig) as "psychopathic" and until now, they were new to me
this character, I am a little more familiar with
one of a set of six stamps for Nijntje "veilig en wel" which translates in English to Miffy, safe and well.
Nijntje is a rabbit (the name is a diminutive of the Dutch for little rabbit: konijntje)
this one of the set, designed for the Europa 2010 theme of children's books, features Pooh and Tigger enjoying their honey and is rated for international airmail
I think we can all agree that E H Shepherd's drawings are far superior to the insidious Disney version.......