|Written by||A. Albarran, Antonio Perera, Miguel Gonzales Casquera|
|Illustrator||A. Albarran, Antonio Perera, Rafa (Rafael Martínez Ibáñez), Vital Rafael, E. Perez|
|Published||1978 (issue 1), 1979 (issues 2 and 3)|
|Publisher||De Vrijbuiter B.V., in association with Condor Print & Verlag GmbH and Freibeuter Verlag GmbH|
|Pages||194 (issues 1 and 2), 162 (issue 3)|
Three issues of Sesamstraat: De grote Strip-Paperback (Sesamstraat: the big comic paperback) were published by Dutch publisher De Vrijbuiter B.V., in association with German publishers Condor Print & Verlag GmbH and Freibeuter Verlag GmbH, in The Netherlands from 1978 to 1979.
The paperbacks featured comics, activity games and other articles, translated to Dutch from the Spanish comic book series Epi / Blas ...y los demás. Issues 2 and 3 also featured a couple of comics starring the German Muppets Samson and Tiffy.
- In translation, some Muppet names differ from the ones used on Sesamstraat. Grover is referred to as Grover as well as his Spanish name, Koko; sometimes both names appear in one story. Guy Smiley, known as Henk Glimlach on Sesamstraat, is renamed Flip (from his Spanish name Filip Sonrisas) while Mumford goes by his Spanish name, Aristides. Count von Count, known as Graaf Tel, is referred to as Dracula (as a translation of his Spanish name, Conde Draco). Lefty's name is translated to Tony in issue 1, and Theo in issues 2 and 3.