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== History ==
 
== History ==
 
It was an edition of ''[[Folkbladet]]'' and existed from October 1, 1981. The main edition was the Norrköping edition and then there was a Finspång edition.
 
It was an edition of ''[[Folkbladet]]'' and existed from October 1, 1981. The main edition was the Norrköping edition and then there was a Finspång edition.
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It was preceded by ''Folkbladet Östgöten'' (February 21, 1966 to September 30, 1981)
 
It was preceded by ''Folkbladet Östgöten'' (February 21, 1966 to September 30, 1981)
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== Published stories ==
 
== Published stories ==

Revision as of 15:31, 8 November 2015

Östgöten is a local Swedish newspaper that published "The Phantom" daily strip. It is/was published 6 days a week.

History

It was an edition of Folkbladet and existed from October 1, 1981. The main edition was the Norrköping edition and then there was a Finspång edition.

It was preceded by Folkbladet Östgöten (February 21, 1966 to September 30, 1981)


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Published stories

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Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Phantom's Vacation" , 1992 September 10, 1992
"The Return of Gooroo's Mob" September 11, 1992 January 4, 1993 Towards the end several strips are missing
"Tale of Rex" January 5, 1993 August 24, 1993 The first strip is missing
"Queen Karola of Kula-Ku" August 25, 1993 January 29, 1994
"Ughland" January 31, 1994 June 17, 1994
"Visit to Baronkhan" June 18, 1994 November 12, 1994
"Luck and Wealth" November 14, 1994 May 19, 1995
"The Kimberly Diamonds" May 20, 1995 September 5, 1995
"The Embassy Siege" September 6, 1995 December 20, 1995
"The Presidents" December 21, 1995 June 8, 1996
"Drug Busters" June 10, 1996 August 19, 1996 Incomplete story (the last 4 weeks is missing)
"The Attilan Mystery" August 20, 1996 October 23, 1996 The first 19 weeks and 2 days of the story is missing
"The Moxley Awards" October 24, 1996 March 11, 1997
"Nukes" March 12, 1997 August 11, 1997
"Dinosaur" August 12, 1997 , 1997