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Revision as of 19:53, 29 January 2020

This article is about Sweden as a location within Phantom stories. To read about the country and its connections to the Phantom comic in the real world, see The Phantom publications in Sweden.

Sweden is a country in Europe.

History

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Appearances

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Royal Palace Fire" Reimerthi Lindahl 1697 The 7th Phantom visits Stockholm
"Secret of the Leech Pond" Reimerthi Leppänen 1751 The 10th Phantom visits Stockholm
"The Ghost of Thanatos" Reimerthi Bade 1751 mentioned, The 10th Phantom leaves Sweden
"The Lethal Science" Reimerthi Lindahl 1792 The 12th Phantom visits Stockholm
"The King is Dead" Worker Leppänen 1792 The 12th Phantom visits Stockholm
"The Demon's Image" De Paul Bade present The 21st Phantom visits Uppsala
"The Devil in Stockholm" Sol Bielecki present The 21st Phantom visits Stockholm

Daily/Sunday stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Little Detective Who Disappeared" De Paul Weigel