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Colonel Weeks

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Colonel William Weeks
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First appearance: "The Jungle Patrol"
Created by: Lee Falk & Wilson McCoy

Colonel William Weeks was the colonel of the Jungle Patrol before Colonel Worubu.

Fictional Character Biography

According to the newspaper strip

Colonel Weeks was a longtime Colonel of the Jungle Patrol. Lee Falk mentioned Randolph Killer's Town as the first name of Colonel Weeks.

The last story in witch Weeks appears as colonel is "The Rogue Elephant".

He was replaced by Colonel Worubu Rex, the Missing Heir after he retired. Since he retired he enjoys spending time tending to his rose garden. The Trial of Patrolman Zokko

Colonel Weeks is the father of Caroline Weeks. The Bad Ones

His grandson Captain Weeks is also a member of the Jungle Patrol. The Return of Colonel Weeks.

According to Team Fantomen

William Weeks was an Irish-born troublemaker who eventually found his way to Bengali in his youth. He joined the Jungle Patrol where he finally became Colonel. Colonel Weeks was married to the now deceased Janet O'Connor and they had a daughter, Caroline.

Behind the Scenes

In his first appearance in "The Jungle Patrol" , he was referred to as Colonel James. He was then unnamed in "The Super Apes" before the name Colonel Weeks was introduced in "The Master Spy".


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Daily/Sunday stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Jungle Patrol" Falk McCoy as Colonel James
"The Super Apes" Falk McCoy unnamed
"The Master Spy" Falk McCoy as Colonel Weeks
"Dr Axel and the Witchmen" Falk McCoy unnamed
"U-Town" Falk McCoy
"Danglor, International Bank Thief" Falk McCoy
"The White Princess" Falk McCoy
"The Valley of No Return" Falk McCoy
"The Frameup" Falk McCoy
"The Two Signs" Falk McCoy
"The Swamp Rats" Falk McCoy
"The Flying Horse" Falk McCoy
"The Reporter" Falk McCoy
"The Monkey Mail" Falk McCoy
"The Jungle Olympics" Falk McCoy
"The Iron Dragon" Falk McCoy
"The Slave Market of Mucar" Falk Barry
"The Mystery of the Island of Dogs" Falk Barry
"The Adventures of Lucy Cary" Falk Barry
"The Bad Ones" Falk Barry first appearance of Caroline Weeks
"The Hanta Witch" Falk Barry
"Bullets' Town" Falk Barry
"The Killer" Falk Barry
"The Founding of the Jungle Patrol" Falk Barry Cameo early on; states that he does not know who the Unknown Commander is
"Rex King" Falk Barry
"The Rogue Elephant" Falk Barry
"The Three Bandits (daily story)" Falk Barry
"The Three Bandits (Sunday story)" Falk Barry
"The Return of Colonel Weeks" DePaul Ryan Teams up with Worubu; grandson revealed to be Captain in the Jungle Patrol

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Pugilist" Reimerthi Felmang and Benny 192? Sometimes claimed 1927, however, the stories of the Triads begins at the end of the 1920s
and at the early 1930s, and part 2 of those stories continues where this story ends.
"The Triads, Part 2: The Five Thunderbolts" Reimerthi Felmang, and Rancho 192?
"Patrolman Weeks Suspended" Reimerthi Mann 193?
"The Heart of Darkness VII - Part 3: The Saboteurs" Reimerthi Boix 1944 Captain's rank
"The Jungle Dragon" Wilhelmsson Wilhelmsson
"The Treasure Seeker" Eralp Eralp
"The Cruel Queen" Falk Wilhelmsson
"The Secret of Polymos" Avenell Spadari
"The Guardian Angel" Tierres Felmang, Ferri
"The Betrayal" Reimerthi Bade
"The Mysterious Commander" Moberg McLeod present Backstory set in 1953
"The 21st Phantom" Reimerthi Ryan
"The Gulf of Aden Pirates" Kajander Leppänen

Gold Key/King/Charlton stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Historian" Falk, Lignante Lignante
"Disband the Patrol" Arneson Aparo
"The Patrol" Harris Lignante

RGE stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"Nero's Emerald" unknown Sardella
"The Hour of Justice" Casale Odilon
"Deadly Sound" Menezes Menezes

Fratelli Spada stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Valley of the Giants" Fratelli Spada creators Ferri
"The Stone Spirits" Fratelli Spada creators Ferri
"The Lost Outpost" Fratelli Spada creators Romagnoli
"Justice for Innocent" Fratelli Spada creators Grassetti

Avon novels

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Slave Market of Mucar" Copper N/A as Colonel John Weeks
"Killer's Town" Falk N/A as Colonel Randolph Weeks
"The Island of Dogs" Shanahan N/A as Colonel Randolph Weeks

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