Göteborgs-Posten

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Göteborgs-Posten (also known as GP) is a daily Swedish newspaper which published "The Phantom" daily strip in 1983, from 1989 to 1990, and from 1992 to 1993. It was presented as a "guest comic" for all of entire runs. On the day that the first strip was published in 1989, there was an introduction by Sture Hegerfors, president of the Swedish Academy of Comic Art and also a cartoonist for the paper.

History

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Articles

  • "Vimmel av Fantomer i kommande TV-serie - Här medverkar barn från dagis" by Alf Halldin (published on July 21, 1981)
  • "Aplik Fantomenläsare" by Rickard Fuchs (published on November 11, 1980)
  • "Jubileumsserie III: Dragos" by by Sture Hegerfors (published on March 21, 1983)
  • "Mannen som aldrig kan dö" by Birgitta Leufstadius (with illustration by Ulf Sveningson; published on May 26, 1985)
  • "Då han talar isar blodet..." by Manu Seppänen (published on September 13, 1994)
  • "Fantomen gästar Frölunda kulturhus" by Sven Holmér (published on September 21, 1995)
  • "Hemma hos Fantomens pappa" by Peder Grell (published on October 19, 1996)

Published stories

Probably complete.

Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Gray Gang" March 23, 1983 May 24, 1983 as ”Dragos”
"Vandal-Looters" December 23, 1989 January 23, 1990 interrupted after the strip of September 26, 1973
"Chasamba" March 28, 1990 March 30, 1990 last three strips only
"Rex: Prince of Baronkhan" March 31, 1990 August 19, 1990
"The Return of Gooroo's Mob" August 20, 1990 November 15, 1990 started from the strip of September 22, 1981; last two strips missing
"The Curse of the Sacred Image" January 25, 1992 May 15, 1992 first strip missing
"The Normal Life" September 20, 1992 December 23, 1992 titled as ”Fantomen”, but in text as ”Dragos”
"Phantom Wedding" December 24, 1992 January 10, 1993 started from the strip of January 10, 1978
"The Three Bandits" January 10, 1993 March 3, 1993
"Return to Tarakimo" March 4, 1993 July 2, 1993