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[[Category:Swedish newspapers]]
 
[[Category:Swedish newspapers]]

Revision as of 03:11, 4 December 2019

Göteborgs-Tidningen is a daily Swedish newspaper which published "The Phantom" daily strip from 1957 to 1989. The first strip published was taken from the middle of the story Aboard the SS Gay, over 30 strips into the story. At first the strip was only published monday to friday but after a few years it was also published on saturdays. For a short period in the middle of the 1960s the strip was also published on sundays. Towards the end of the 1980s the strip was published every day except for wednesdays.

History

Göteborgs-Tidningen (also known as GT) was founded in 1902. It is published in the city of Göteborg, and mainly distributed in Västra Götaland County. In 1990 Göteborgs-Tidningen merged with Kvälls-Posten to form a newspaper called "Idag". That union lasted until 1995 when Göteborgs-Tidningen reappeared as an independent title. Today the newspaper is owned and controlled by Expressen.

Published stories

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Original story title Start date End date Comment
"Aboard the SS Gay" January 2, 1957 February 19, 1957 First several strips missing
"The Slimming of Prince Tagon" February 20, 1957 April 26, 1957
"Captain Kidder's Treasure" April 29, 1957 July 5, 1957
"Dr Axel and the Witchmen" July 8, 1957 September 13, 1957
"Queen Sansamor and the Sixth Man" September 16, 1957 December 27, 1957
"The Wisdom of Solomon" December 30, 1957 January 31, 1958
"U-Town" February 3, 1958 April 25, 1958
"The Grove of the Sleeping Giant" April 28, 1958 August, 1958
"The Shoplifters" August, 1958 October, 1958
"The Heavyweight Champion" October 9, 1958 December, 1958
"Wambo the Gambler" December, 1958 1959
"The White Princess" 1959 1959
"The Valley of No Return" 1959 1959
"The Crown Jewels of Corba" 1959 1959
"The Scorpia" 1959 1960
"The Two Signs" 1960 1960
"The Crybaby" 1960 October, 1960
"The Underwater Diamond Thieves" October, 1960 February, 1961
"The Betrothal" February, 1961 May, 1961
"The Swamp Rats" May, 1961 September, 1961
"The Flying Horse" September, 1961 December 31, 1961
"The Reporter" January, 1962 1962
"The Monkey Mail" 1962 July, 1962
"The Jungle Olympics" July, 1962 1962
"The 50th Wife" 1962 1963
"The Iron Dragon" 1963 May, 1963
"The Werewolf" May, 1963 August, 1963
"The Slave Market of Mucar" August, 1963 1964
"The Epidemic" 1964 1964
"The Wharf Rats" 1964 1965
"The Mysterious Ambassador" 1965 1965
"The Mystery of the Island of Dogs" 1965 November 1965
"The Drummer of Timpenni" November 25, 1965 March 3, 1966
"The Reef" March, 1966 June 10, 1966
"The Adventures of Lucy Cary" June 11, 1966 November 23, 1966
"The Bad Ones" November 24, 1966 March 31, 1967
"The Hanta Witch" April 1, 1967 July 17, 1967
"Prince Hali and the White Stallion" July 18, 1967 December 15, 1967
"The Sea God" December 16, 1967 March 30, 1968
"The Satchel" April 1, 1968 June 28, 1968
"The Crime School" June 29, 1968 September 11, 1968 Last three strips published taken from the middle of the story
"Deadman's Point" September, 1968 1968
"The Rogue Elephant" 1968 1969
"Jungle Olympics" 1969 1969
"The Frame-Up" 1969 1969
"The Hydra" 1970 1970
"The Art Thieves" 1970 May, 1970
"The Masked Ball" May 13, 1970 June 24, 1970
"The Jungle Home" June 25, 1970 September 22, 1970
"Rex, the Missing Heir" September 24, 1970 January 2, 1971
"The Gladiator" January 4, 1971 February, 1971