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En odödlig legend

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En odödlig legend
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Cover artist: Ray Moore (from interior art)
Country/language: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish
Format: 22 × 29 cm, hardcover
Pages: 160 pgs, color & b/w
Publishing date: 1996
Editor: Ulf Granberg
Publishing company: Semic Press
Preceded by: none
Followed by: none
ISBN 91-530-2073-1

En odödlig legend is a hardcover album released in Sweden in 1996, to coincide with the 60th anniversary of The Phantom comic strip. Besides comics, it includes a 1996 interview with Lee Falk, made by Ulf Granberg, an article about Ray Moore, Wilson McCoy and Sy Barry written by Granberg, and richly illustrated articles about Phantom memorabilia from around the world, written by Ulf Granberg, Ed Rhoades, and Chris Smith.


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