The Canberra Times

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The Canberra Times is an Australian newspaper that published "The Phantom" Sunday strip from 1979 to ?.

History

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Published stories

Sunday stories

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Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Star of Bangalla" April 22, 1979 July 29, 1979
"The Heirs" August 5, 1979 February 10, 1980
"Jungle Olympics" February 17, 1980 May 25, 1980
"The Name" June 1, 1980 August 31, 1980
"The Vault of Missing Men" September 7, 1980 February 22, 1981
"The Uninvited Visitors" March 1, 1981 August 9, 1981
"Crook's Haven" August 16, 1981 February 14, 1982
"Crazy Louie's Story" February 21, 1982 August 1, 1982
"Kit and the Little People" August 8, 1982 January 2, 1983
"The Terrorists" January 9, 1983 May 29, 1983
"The Missing Link Family" June 5, 1983 October 9, 1983
"Mysterious Karapura" October 16, 1983 April 15, 1984
"The Eastern Dark" April 22, 1984 October 14, 1984
"The Golden Beach of Keela-Wee" October 21, 1984 January 20, 1985
"The Deadliest Animals in the Jungle" January 27, 1985 May 5, 1985
"The Third Phantom" May 12, 1985 November 3, 1985
"The Whispering Grove" November 10, 1985 February 23, 1986
"The Forest Giants" March 2, 1986 September 21, 1986
"Phantom Head Peak" September 28, 1986 January 11, 1987
"Sunken Treasure" January 18, 1987 May 17, 1987
"The Escaped Convicts" May 24, 1987 September 6, 1987
"Queen Amaza's Mate" September 13, 1987 March 13, 1988
"The Twins' 8th Birthday" March 20, 1988 June 19, 1988
"The Irrondi and the Great Ones" June 26, 1988 January 8, 1989
"The Bride of Xali" January 15, 1989 March 19, 1989 7-10th week missing
"Exodus of the Little People" March 26, 1989 November 5, 1989
"Death from the Sky" November 12, 1989 March 25, 1990
"Captain Amazon - Pirate Queen" April 1, 1990 September 9, 1990
"The Eastern Dark at Janorra" September 16, 1990 January 13, 1991
"Return of the Thuggees" January 20, 1991 April 12, 1992
"The Fourth Son" April 19, 1992 January 17, 1993
"Tiger, Tiger" January 24, 1993 August 1, 1993 without the first week
"How The Phantom Saved The Earth" August 8, 1993 March 13, 1994
"The Jungle Olympics" March 20, 1994 August 28, 1994
"The Isle of Death" September 4, 1994 February 12, 1995
"Phantom World" February 19, 1995 July 16, 1995
"Battle of the Jungle Boys" July 23, 1995 ?, 1996
"The Free Avar Front" May 19, 2019 November 10, 2019
"The Spy Ship" November 17, 2019 July 12, 2020
"Vigil at Phantom Head" July 19, 2020