SCCal23.png Yet another year with Covid-19 has left the Scandinavian Chapter without our usual sources of income. No meetings and no fairs equals zero income for us.

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Due to the massive amount of pictures in here, the web storage costs us 5 000 SEK per year.

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Desh

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Desh is an Indian magazine that published "The Phantom" Sunday strip in Bengali language with the title "Aranyadev" (written অরণ্যদেব in Bengali) since 1965 to February 1993 (since March 1993, Sunday strip were appeared in "Anandamela"). Strips were regularly published in color since "The Third Phantom", but some earlier strips were published in color too, allthough most were in b/w.

History

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Published stories

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Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Great Web of Spidera" July 3, 1965 December 4, 1965
"Mystery of Wamba Falls Inn" December 11, 1965 April 2, 1966
"The Veiled Lady" April 9, 1966 ?, 1966
"The Super-Jet Gang" ? May 11, 1968
"Strangers at Keela-Wee" May 18, 1968 ?, 1968
"The Little Ones" November 23, 1968 April 5, 1969
"The Black Gold Pirates" April 12, 1969 ?, 1969
"The Golden People" ?, 1970 November 21, 1970
"The Dolphins" November 28, 1970 February 6, 1971
"The Beach" February 13, 1971 ?, 1971
"The Tale of the Gooley-Gooley Witch" October 16, 1971 ?, 1972
"The Massacre" ? April 21, 1973
"The Bike Gang" April 28, 1973 June 30, 1973
"The Hawk Master" July 7, 1973 October 6, 1973
"Rex and the Little People" ? May 11, 1974
"The Golden Wood" May 18, 1974 August 17, 1974
"Phantom Treasure" August 24, 1974 ?, 1974
"The Delta Pirates" April 1, 1978 ?
"The Wedding of the Phantom" ? ?
"The Three Bandits" ? ?
"What's Wrong with Hzz?" ? ?
"The Star of Bangalla" ? ?
"The Heirs" ? ?
"Jungle Olympics" ? ?
"The Name" ? ?
"The Vault of Missing Men" ? ?
"The Uninvited Visitors" ? ?
"Crook's Haven" ? ?
"Crazy Louie's Story" ? ?
"Kit and the Little People" ? ?
"The Terrorists" ? ?
"The Missing Link Family" ? ?
"Mysterious Karapura" ?, 1984 ?, 1984
"The Eastern Dark" December 17, 1984 ?, 1985
"The Golden Beach of Keela-Wee" ?, 1985 ?, 1985
"The Deadliest Animals in the Jungle" ?, 1985 December 7, 1985
"The Third Phantom" December 14, 1985 June 7, 1986 first regular story in color
"The Whispering Grove" ? ?
"The Forest Giants" ? May 9, 1987
"Phantom Head Peak" May 16, 1987 September 5, 1987
"Sunken Treasure" September 12, 1987 January 9, 1988
"The Escaped Convicts" January 16, 1988 May 7, 1988
"Queen Amaza's Mate" May 14, 1988 November 26, 1988
"The Twins' 8th Birthday" December 3, 1988 February 25, 1989
"The Irrondi and the Great Ones" March 4, 1989 ?, 1989
"The Bride of Xali" ?, 1989 ?
"Exodus of the Little People" ? ?, 1990
"Death from the Sky" ?, 1990 January 5, 1991
"Captain Amazon - Pirate Queen" January 12, 1991 June 22, 1991
"The Eastern Dark at Janorra" June 29, 1991 November 2, 1991
"Return of the Thuggees" November 9, 1991 February 13, 1993