Concerning your edit to the first series of L'Uomo Mascherato (Fratelli Spada), was really the first issue in 1967 #167? #221 was released in February 1967, should not the first issue in 1967 be #213? Karl MAN 13:07, 22 November 2009 (UTC)
Name of the new daily story
I am curious: from where did you get the name "The Death of Diana Palmer Walker" for the latest daily story? I cannot find it. No mentioning at chroniclechamber.com. Karl MAN 13:25, 25 November 2009 (UTC)
I have proposed ways to prevent spamming at the Bandar Village. Since I have received no response what so ever, I alert those of you that have had to mainly deal with the spamming so far. Thus, the topic might be discussed. Karl MAN 12:43, 31 May 2010 (UTC)
There's a series with the same name from RGE.
- Spammer named "CoppockBechtel535" has been blocked but his article entitled "CoppockBechtel535" (same name) is still present and needs to be deleted.Alain03 20:42, 26 February 2012 (CET)
Hi, Andreas. You say regarding Nils Kajander's year of birth "There are actually several Nils Kajander with Phantom connections, I am not sure this is the correct birth year for the writer". Well, I'm NOT expert for Finnish Phantom, but I have found two strong reasons to point specifically to this Kajander (b. 1975 in Helsinki) as the one who wrote "The Gulf of Aden Pirates". First: artist Kari Leppänen himself says that writer was "mister Kajander, who was ex-advertising agency-man", and we find just that at kajander.net: "working as an Art Director at an advertising agency" and Kajander's Linkedin profile in Experience section. Of course, statistically there still is possibility that I'm wrong, so feel free to do what you find as proper. BTW, what is internal policy of PhantomWiki for in-line references? --Stripar (talk) 10:32, 6 October 2015 (CEST)
- I managed to track down a newspaper interview with Nils Kajander, the writer. He was retired before he wrote his Phantom script, and thus was born before 1975. But he has worked in advertising, like the other Nils Kajander you found.
- The link on Leppänen's website says that Kajander was a member of Scandinavian Chapter, and apparently he has made proposals for Phantom memorabilia which unfortunately have never been produced. See brief mention here. (I actually believed this was the 1975 Kajander, but apparently not – which means that the younger Kajander has no Phantom connections I am aware of).
- References can be added as footnotes, like I did in the Kajander article. Except for stories where we add the story titles directly in the text, see for example Miss Tagama. Andreas (talk) 13:21, 6 October 2015 (CEST)
I assume we want pages on all the tribes which are displayed in RED. I just wanted to be sure before I start on the project of making all those pages and images.Paramjitmann (talk) 10:50, 19 November 2018 (CET)