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*"La Jeunesse de Thorgal" by Roman Surzhenko and Yann (issues 24 and 25-26)
 
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*"Kriss de Valnor" by Yves Sente, Giulio de Vita, and Graza (issues 16, 17, and 18-19)
 
*"Mildh & Fromm" by [[Göran Semb]] and Carlos Pedrazzini (issue 6-7)
 
*"Mildh & Fromm" by [[Göran Semb]] and Carlos Pedrazzini (issue 6-7)
 
*"The Norseman" by [[Henrik Jonsson]] (issue 2-3, 18-19)
 
*"The Norseman" by [[Henrik Jonsson]] (issue 2-3, 18-19)
 
*"Sagor från Mirakelstaden" by Maria Fröhlich (issue 25-26)
 
*"Sagor från Mirakelstaden" by Maria Fröhlich (issue 25-26)
 
*"Le Scorpion" by Stephen Desberg and Enrico Marini (issues 8, 9, and 10-11)
 
*"Le Scorpion" by Stephen Desberg and Enrico Marini (issues 8, 9, and 10-11)
*"Louve" by Yannick le Pennetier and Roman Surzhenko (issues 12, 13, and 14-15)
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*"Louve" by Yannick le Pennetier, Roman Surzhenko, and Graza (issues 12, 13, and 14-15)
 
*"Thorgal" by Jean Van Hamme and Grzegorz Rosiński (issues 1 and 2-3)
 
*"Thorgal" by Jean Van Hamme and Grzegorz Rosiński (issues 1 and 2-3)
 
*"Thorgal" by Yves Sente and Grzegorz Rosiński (issues 20, 21, and 22-23)
 
*"Thorgal" by Yves Sente and Grzegorz Rosiński (issues 20, 21, and 22-23)

Revision as of 15:34, 12 January 2016

In the year 2014, a total of 19 issues of Fantomen was published.

Overview

A big change this year was that the number of pages for a regular issue was reduced from 68 to 52 pages. 68 pages had been the standard length of a Fantomen issue since Fantomen 21/1959.

In total, 19 issues were published of which 12 were regular issues of 52 pages and 7 were "double issues" of 100 pages. The double issues were on sale for four weeks, while the other issues were on sale for two weeks.

The first issue of 2014 was released on December 30, 2013.

Promotion

Fantomen in-house ad.
Art by Paul Ryan.

An in-house ad with artwork by Paul Ryan was published in the black/white Agent X9 magazine published by Egmont Kärnan.

Contents

Covers

The only cover artists of the year were Hans Lindahl with 11 covers and the team Sal Velluto and Eugenio Mattozzi with 8 covers.

Phantom stories

All but two issues included new Team Fantomen stories as main stories, a total of 17 new stories. Two issues included a recent Sunday stories as main stories. Several previously unpublished Sunday stories also appeared as back-up stories throughout the year.

Team Fantomen introduced a new type of short stories by new creators, The World of the Phantom. Five new short stories (from one to four pages long) were published during the year.

Previously unpublished Team Fantomen stories

Issue Title Writer Artist
1 "Day of the Dead" Hansegård Kerac
2-3 "Navajo" Frognes Spadari
4 "The Last of the Merovingans" Reimerthi Leppänen
5 "The Butcher from Clarksville" Siverbo Velluto
6-7 "Citadel of Death" Bishop Saviuk
8 "Cyclops" Madden Bade
9 "Epilogue" Reimerthi Boix
10-11 "Path to Truth" Madden Lindahl
12 "Temple of the Snow Demon" Hansegård Felmang
13 "Death of a Pirate Queen" Bishop Spadari
14-15 "The Immortal" Lundström Felmang
17 "The New France" Frognes Leppänen
20 "The Usurer" Rassy Bade
21 "Raiders of the Lost City, Part 1" Reimerthi Saviuk
22-23 "Operation Enigma" Bishop Spadari
24 "The Secret Weapon" Frognes Leppänen
25-26 "Blood Red Sea" Reimerthi Boix
The World of the Phantom
Issue Title Writer Artist
16 "Heloise on Adventure" Sonne Andersson
16 "Hzz Takes a Walk" Johnsson Johnsson
17 "Dangerous Waters" Sonne Andersson
18-19 "Mysterious Fog" Sonne Andersson
22-23 "Stolen Cargo" Sonne Andersson

Previously unpublished newspaper stories

Issue Title Writer Artist
2-3 "The Viking Fortress Mystery" DePaul Nolan
10-11 "The Iron Python" DePaul Nolan
10-11 "The Prince Rex Conspiracy" DePaul Nolan
14-15 "On the Trail of an Assassin" DePaul Nolan
14-15 "Mystery of Fire Head Peak" DePaul Nolan
16 "Revenge in Rhodia" DePaul Beatty
18-19 "The Power House Gang" DePaul Beatty
18-19 "The Forbidden Lands" DePaul Nolan
18-19 "Plutonium Pirates" DePaul Ryan
22-23 "The Accursed Land" DePaul Ryan
22-23 "The Jungle Lesson" DePaul Ryan
25-26 "The Eternal Triangle" DePaul Ryan

Other comics

  • "Jerome K. Jerome Bloche" by Alan Dodier (issues 4, 5, and 6-7)
  • "La Jeunesse de Thorgal" by Roman Surzhenko and Yann (issues 24 and 25-26)
  • "Kriss de Valnor" by Yves Sente, Giulio de Vita, and Graza (issues 16, 17, and 18-19)
  • "Mildh & Fromm" by Göran Semb and Carlos Pedrazzini (issue 6-7)
  • "The Norseman" by Henrik Jonsson (issue 2-3, 18-19)
  • "Sagor från Mirakelstaden" by Maria Fröhlich (issue 25-26)
  • "Le Scorpion" by Stephen Desberg and Enrico Marini (issues 8, 9, and 10-11)
  • "Louve" by Yannick le Pennetier, Roman Surzhenko, and Graza (issues 12, 13, and 14-15)
  • "Thorgal" by Jean Van Hamme and Grzegorz Rosiński (issues 1 and 2-3)
  • "Thorgal" by Yves Sente and Grzegorz Rosiński (issues 20, 21, and 22-23)

Supplements

Fantomen 1 included a publishing schedule poster and Fantomen 14-15 a poster of Best Fantomen cover 2013.

Cover gallery

See also