|Born:||November 21, 1949|
|Occupation:||Writer, Editorial people|
Terje Nordberg is a Norwegian novelist, comic creator and editor.
Nordberg was the editor of Fantomet 1984-1985, and during the eighties he also wrote two Phantom stories: "The Secret of the Golden Snake" (together with Eirik Ildahl) and "Lost on the Phantom Trail". In addition, he co-wrote a Phantom parody, called "A Secret Life".
Nordberg typically used clever pen names when he wrote comic scripts, for the Phantom he used Th. Pélerin and Ed Redno. "Pèlerin" is the French name for the peregrine falcon, a reference and homage to Lee Falk ("Falk" means "falcon" in Norwegian). Ed Redno was an abbreviation of Editor Redaktør Norge ("redaktør" means "editor" and "Norge" means "Norway" in Norwegian).
Along with Eirik Ildahl, Nordberg also wrote the first James Bond comic book story produced by Semic Press, this time under the name Johann Vlaanderen, a distortion of Ian Fleming; the name of James Bond's creator.
Other comics co-created by him are "Pappa & Pestus", "Trollungens äventyr" and "Reodor & Teodor".
Nordberg moved from Norway to California, where he among other things produces oil paintings and the comic strip "California Dreaming".
In 2012, Nordberg returned to writing Phantom stories, this time under the pen name Falco Pellerin.
Phantom work by Terje Nordberg
The titles of stories which are yet to be published in English are translated from Swedish and marked with "¤".
|1||"Lost on the Phantom Trail"||Pélerin||Leppänen|
|2||"The Secret of the Golden Snake"||Kharelli, Redno||Leppänen||¤|
|3||"The Poisoned Land"||Pellerin||Spadari|
|7||"The Final Days"||Pellerin||Velluto|
|8||"The Runestone Saga"||Pellerin||Boix|
|1||"A Secret Life"||Kharelli, Sprucehill, Pélerin||Leppänen||¤|
This article, in the version of 2008-03-04, includes information from Seriewikin: Terje_Nordberg.
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