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| "[[The 50th Wife]]" || October 30, 1986 || December 5, 1986 ||
 
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Revision as of 18:24, 18 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 founded 1872 in Linköping. On February 21, 1966, it was joined with Folkbladet and became Folkbladet Östgöten. It later became an edition of Folkbladet that 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
"T" 1978 January 19, 1979
"Hzzz" January 20, 1979 April 6, 1979
"Star of Bangalla" April 7, 1979 July 21, 1979
"Mystery of Kula-Ku" July 23, 1979 December 17, 1979
"S.S. Blitz" December 18, 1979 March 20, 1980
"Return of the Terrorists" March 21, 1980 July 17, 1980
"The Proposal" July 18, 1980 August 28, 1980
"Guardian of the Eastern Dark" August 29, 1980 January 14, 1981
"The Tyrant of Tarakimo" January 15, 1981 April 1, 1981
"The Wedding of the Phantom" April 2, 1981 July 15, 1981
"The Three Bandits" July 16, 1981 September 23, 1981
"Return to Tarakimo" September 24, 1981 March 3, 1982
"Jungle City" March 4, 1982 June 8, 1982
"The Heirs" June 9, 1982 November 11, 1982
"Jungle Gold" November 12, 1982 March 7, 1983
"The Return of General Bababu" March 8, 1983 August 18, 1983
"The Tree House" August 19, 1983 , 1983
"The 50th Wife" October 30, 1986 December 5, 1986
"Hzzz" December 5, 1986 January 7, 1987
"Mystery of Kula-Ku" January 8, 1987 June, 1987
"S.S. Blitz" June, 1987 September 11, 1987
"Return of the Terrorists" September 12, 1987 January 7, 1988
"The Proposal" January 8, 1988 February 18, 1988
"Guardian of the Eastern Dark" February 19, 1988 July 6, 1988
"The Tyrant of Tarakimo" July 7, 1988 September 27, 1988
"The Wedding of the Phantom" September 28, 1988 January 4, 1989 The Phantom is called "Dragos" in this story (although he is called "Fantomen" in the headline).
"The Three Bandits" January 5, 1989 January 16, 1989 Only the beginning (till strip 2/15)
"Drug Busters" January 17, 1989 February 4, 1989 The beginning is missing (published from strip 9/20)
"The Lake Lady" February 6, 1989 February 20, 1989 Only the beginning (the last published strip is 9/23)
"The Three Bandits" February 21, 1989 April 22, 1989 The beginning is missing (the first strip is 2/16)
"Return to Tarakimo" April 24, 1989 September 22, 1989
"Jungle City" September 23, 1989 December 23, 1989
"The Heirs" December 27, 1989 April 10, 1990
"Jungle Gold" April 11, 1990 July 3, 1990
"The Return of General Bababu" July 4, 1990 July 24, 1990 Only the beginning (to strip 10/5)
"The Tarashima Terrorists" July 25, 1990 July 30, 1990 Only the end (from 4/7)
"The Snake Goddess" July 31, 1990 August 2, 1990 From strip 4/14 to strip 4/17
"Jungle Gold" August 3, 1990 October 9, 1990 The beginning and the end are missing (from strip 6/25 to strip 8/30)
"The Return of General Bababu" October 10, 1990 February 5, 1991 The beginning is missing (the first strip is from 10/6)
"The Tree House" February 6, 1991 July 16, 1991
"The Poachers" July 17, 1991 October 29, 1991
"Gooroo's Jungle Muggers" October 30, 1991 April 7, 1992
"The Hostages" April 8, 1992 July 2, 1992
"The Phantom's Vacation" July 3, 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 (published until strip 8/10)
"The Attilan Mystery" August 20, 1996 October 23, 1996 The first 19 weeks and 2 days of the story is missing (publication began with strip 12-3)
"The Moxley Awards" October 24, 1996 March 11, 1997
"Nukes" March 12, 1997 August 11, 1997
"Dinosaur" August 12, 1997 November 11, 1997
"The Plotters" November 12, 1997 ?

Notes

  • During 1986, three strips were published in each issue and during 1990, two strips were occasionally published in each issue.