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Koning Hollewijn en de steen der wijzen by Marten ToonderHV 005
Koning Hollewijn en de Flutters by Marten Toonder006 007
Koning Hollewijn en de Lorrocraat by Marten ToonderHV 007
Koning Hollewijn : De hoedenzaak / Het anders-wezen by Marten Toonder020 029
Koning Hollewijn en het regeringsapparaat by Marten ToonderHV 050
Koning Hollewijn 30 (De Futuroloog &) Het einde van Koudewater by Marten ToonderHV 073
Koning Hollewijn. Dl. 1 by Marten ToonderSkarabee 1
Koning Hollewijn. 2: Koning Hollewijn en de kroonjagers ; Koning Hollewijn en de steen der wijzen by Marten ToonderSkarabee 2
Koning Hollewijn. Dl. 3 by Marten ToonderSkarabee 3
Koning Hollewijn. Dl. 4 by Marten ToonderSkarabee 4
Koning Hollewijn. Dl. 5 by Marten ToonderSkarabee 5
Koning Hollewijn, Deel 6 by Marten ToonderSkarabee 6
Koning Hollewijn 01 Als gezant (& De terugkeer van de oude garde) by Marten ToonderMondria 1
Koning Hollewijn 02 Bezoekt Voorland (& De poppenmaker) by Marten ToonderMondria 2
Koning Hollewijn (03) Het anderswezen (& De vriend) by Marten Toonderdeel 3
Koning Hollewijn 04 De Tijdreiziger (& De nieuwe wind) by Marten Toonderdeel 4
Koning Hollewijn en de Ronde tafel; en de revolutie by Marten Toonderdeel 5
Koning Hollewijn 06 De mensenhater (& Het rondkijkertje) by Marten Toonderdeel 6
Koning Hollewijn en de stuwdam by Marten Toonderdeel 7
Koning Hollewijn 08 De knijstijd (& De Groot-Salische Beweging) by Marten Toonderdeel 8
Koning Hollewijn & het Kerntal; en de roof van de tanteschilderijen. by Marten Toonderdeel 9
Koning Hollewijn en de onthulling by Marten Toonderdeel 10
Koning Hollewijn 11 Het Warrewoud (& De watertoorn) by Marten Toonderdeel 11
Koning Hollewijn in Halloa; op glad ijs by Marten Toonderdeel 12
Koning Hollewijn en het rakettenmysterie; en de zuiveraars by Marten Toonderdeel 15
Het gewichtsverlies;De Gasbel (Koning Hollewijn, deel 17) by Marten Toonderdeel 17
Koning Hollewijn 20 De Marsmannetjes (& De ontwoording) by Marten Toonderdeel 20
Koning Hollewijn 29 De aanslager (& De ontwikkel-steun) by Marten Toonderdeel 29

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