Eesti Päevaleht

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Eesti Päevaleht is a Swedish newspaper that published "The Phantom" daily strip with the title "Fantoom" from 1975 to 1994. The newspaper is published in the Estonian language, including the Phantom comic strip. Although the strip always carried the title "Fantoom", the Swedish name "Dragos" was used in the panels during the first few years.

History

Eesti Päevaleht (also known in Swedish as Estniska Dagbladet) is a Swedish newspaper published in the Estonian language, aimed at people of Estonian origin living in Sweden. It started in 1959 and is only available to subscribers. It has the same name as the biggest newspaper in Estonia, but the two newspapers have no other affiliations.

It has been published weekly or twice a week, and included three Phantom daily strips in every issue.

Published stories

Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Mysterious Passenger" December 10, 1975 March 3, 1976
"The Lost City of Pheenix" March 6, 1976 May 8, 1976
"The Witchman" May 12, 1976 August 14, 1976
"The Tanker-Jackers" August 14, 1976 November 27, 1976
"The Keeper of the Peace" November 27, 1976 March 5, 1977
"The Giant of Kaluga" March 5, 1977 June 23, 1977
"The Trial of Patrolman Zokko" June 23, 1977 September 28, 1977 the first two strips missing
"The Things" October 1, 1977 January 14, 1978
"Vandal-Looters" January 18, 1978 April 26, 1978
"The Pampered Princess" April 29, 1978 September 6, 1978
"The Curse of the Sacred Image" September 9, 1978 February 10, 1979
"The Normal Life" February 14, 1979 June 22, 1979
"The Cavelands" June 27, 1979 October 13, 1979
"T" October 17, 1979 March 15, 1980
"Hzzz" March 19, 1980 June 11, 1980
"Mystery of Kula-Ku" June 14, 1980 November 15, 1980
"S.S. Blitz" November 19, 1980 February 21, 1981
"Return of the Terrorists" February 25, 1981 June 18, 1981
"The Proposal" June 24, 1981 August 1, 1981
"Guardian of the Eastern Dark" August 5, 1981 December 12, 1981
"The Tyrant of Tarakimo" December 16, 1981 March 6, 1982
"Phantom Wedding" March 10, 1982 June 19, 1982
"The Three Bandits" June 23, 1982 August 28, 1982
"Return to Tarakimo" September 1, 1982 February 5, 1983
"Jungle City" February 9, 1983 May 18, 1983
"The Heirs" May 21, 1983 October 19, 1983
"Jungle Gold" October 22, 1983 February 10, 1984
"The Return of General Bababu" February 15, 1984 August 1, 1984
"The Tree House" August 1, 1984 January 4, 1985
"The Poachers" January 4, 1985 April 19, 1985
"Gooroo's Jungle Muggers" April 19, 1985 September 25, 1985
"The Hostages" September 25, 1985 December 31, 1985
"The Phantom's Vacation" December 31, 1985 March 12, 1986
"The Return of Gooroo's Mob" March 12, 1986 July 18, 1986
"Tale of Rex" July 18, 1986 February 25, 1987
"Queen Karola of Kula-Ku" February 25, 1987 July 29, 1987
"Ughland" July 29, 1987 December 16, 1987
"Visit to Baronkhan" December 16, 1987 May 25, 1988
"Luck and Wealth" May 25, 1988 November 16, 1988 without the last week
"The Kimberly Diamonds" November 16, 1988 March 3, 1989
"The Embassy Siege" March 3, 1989 June 23, 1989
"The Presidents" June 23, 1989 December 1, 1989 the last strip missing
"Drug Busters" December 6, 1989 March 14, 1990 the first strip missing
"The Lake Lady" March 14, 1990 September 7, 1990
"Ruler of Baronkhan" September 7, 1990 January 18, 1991
"The Tarashima Terrorists" January 18, 1991 March 22, 1991 the last strip from original date September 8, 1986
"The Death Threat" March 27, 1991 August 2, 1991 the first strip from original date November 23, 1989
"The Master of Eden" August 9, 1991 November 20, 1991 on August 7, 1991 the last three strips from the first week,
repeated on August 14 and 16, 1991
"Attack of the Witchmen" November 22, 1991 April 1, 1992
"The Valley of the Elephants" April 3, 1992 August 20, 1992
"Zima, The Rogue Elephant" August 26, 1992 December 23, 1992
"The Jungle Patrol v The Drug Cartel" December 23, 1992 June 4, 1993
"King Bongong" June 4, 1993 September 3, 1993
"Prince Rex and Princess Alicia" September 3, 1993 November 26, 1993
"Blackie" November 26, 1993 February 25, 1994
"The Attilan Mystery" February 25, 1994 October 19, 1994
"The Moxley Awards" October 19, 1994 October 21, 1994 the first five strips only

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