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Fantom (Semic Interprint)

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Fantom was the title of the Hungarian Phantom comic book that was published by Semic Interprint from 1988 to 1992.

The Swedish publisher Semic established several new publishing companies in various European countries in the late 1980s and early 1990s, in cooperation with local publishers. "The Phantom" was one of the comics that Semic introduced to new markets. Fantom was the first, and by far most succesful, of these Phantom comics. A total of 24 issues and one album were published.

The Fantom series was published bimonthly, and the first 13 issues had sequential numbering (#1–13). In 1991, the numbering changed and restarted every year. In 1992, the book changed from black/white to color. Covers were taken from the Swedish Fantomen comic book, and the contents were a mix of Team Fantomen stories and daily/Sunday stories by Lee Falk (in edited versions, as they had previously appeard in Fantomen). The first 12 issues also included "The Phantom Legends", a series of one-page retellings of important parts of the Phantom legend. This had also appeared in Fantomen previously.

Published stories

Issue Title Writer Artist
"The Epidemic" Falk Barry
"The Raid in Sanloi" Tierres Leppänen
"The Wharf Rats" Falk Barry
"The Circus Murderer" Avenell Leppänen
"The Drummer of Timpenni" Falk Barry
"The First Phantom" Tierres Leppänen
"The Founding of the Jungle Patrol" Falk Barry
"The Treasure from Rhodes" Worker Leppänen
"The Hanta Witch" Falk Barry
"The Pirate Inheritance" Avenell Leppänen
"The Bad Ones" Falk Barry
"Return of the Scorpia" Worker Leppänen
"The Secret of the Valley of Wamballa" Worker Leppänen
1/1991 "The Last Unicorn" Worker Leppänen
2/1991 "The Snake Ring" Worker Leppänen
3/1991 "Black Fagin" Tierres Leppänen
4/1991 "Poisoned Dreams" Kharelli Leppänen
5/1991 "Prince Hali and the White Stallion" Falk Barry
6/1991 "The Sea God" Falk Barry
1/1992 "Marineland Drug Menace" Tierres Felmang, Ferri
2/1992 "The Witch" Worker Vallvé
3/1992 "The Boy from the Sea" Avenell Cruz
4/1992 "Redbeard the Traitor" Tierres Olesen
5/1992 "Korzan - King of the Jungle" Årnes Spadari

Issue overview

See also