In the Service of Peace

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In the Service of Peace
Produced for: Fantomen 9/1982
# of pgs: 32
Writer: Idi Kharelli
Artist: Georges Bess
Original colorist: N/A
Producer: Semic Press


"In the Service of Peace" is a 1982 Team Fantomen story, written by Idi Kharelli, with art by Georges Bess.

Plot summary

Vasti Riba and a group of mercenaries are transporting uranium from Rodia to the Bengali coast and they force members of the Ngulu and Lozawa to help them.

Appearances

Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • Munan, Ngulu chief
  • Tupar, Lozawa chief
  • Ozzie, soldier
  • Maas, soldier
  • Hodge, soldier
  • Liever, soldier
  • Sidney, soldier
  • Werner, soldier
  • Siantos, soldier
  • Mushkin, soldier
  • Aydt, soldier
  • Müller, soldier
  • Jihab of the Lozawa
  • Captain Spuns
  • First mate Rowell
  • Mr Myketilla

Locations

Tribes

Organizations

Phantom Lore

  • Talking drums

Old jungle sayings

  • When the Phantom asks, you answer.
  • The Phantom has a thousand eyes and a thousand ears.


Behind the scenes

This story with its message that a nuclear arms race will secure the peace sparked a controversy when it was published in Sweden in 1982 and Fantomen editor Ulf Granberg was interviewed on the national radio news program "Dagens Eko".[1].

Related stories

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Referenced in

Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications:

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Notes