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.

So if you are a Phan of the Phantom and like the service we provide to you and fellow Phans, through this PhantomWiki we therefore, ask you to donate to the cost of running it.
Due to the massive amount of pictures in here, the web storage costs us 5 000 SEK per year.

But, we don't like to just ask for your money, we would like to offer a printable custom Fantomen wall calender, with all that you would expect from an calender, including the dates your Fantomen magazine will land in your postbox or the nearest store.

Kindly download it from here, from there you can also donate to this wiki Calendar
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Gibi Semanal

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Gibi Semanal was a Brazilian comic book series, published by RGE between October 1974 and July 1975. Issues #25-27 and #40 included Phantom stories.

History

In October 1974 RGE (now known as Editora Globo) took the initiative to revive the Gibi magazine. First published in 1939, it originally had in its pages Charlie Chan, Alley Oop, Ferdinand and several other characters. At that time, Gibi meant boy, black boy, but after a period the word became associated with comic books themselves and has since become a kind of "synonym" to comics in Brazil.

Relaunched with a weekly periodicity, the magazine, included stories from a large range of characters such as Popeye, Tarzan, Dick Tracy, The Spirit, etc. Published in large format (40cm x 30cm), the covers were drawn by Walmir Amaral de Oliveira and Murilo Marques Moutinho.

The magazine started with a circulation of 160,000 copies, and the last edition (#40) sold "only" 35,000 copies (a figure considered low by RGE standards).

Issue overview