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Jungle Snow

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Jungle Snow
Produced for: Djungelsnö
# of pgs: 44
Writer: Cici Rüetschi,
Jörgen Bäckström &
Michael Tierres
Artist: Felmang, Ferri, & Benny
Original colorist: unknown
Producer: Semic Press &
Kemikontoret

"Jungle Snow" is a 1992 Team Fantomen story, created specifically for the 75th anniversary of Kemikontoret (Association of Swedish Chemical Industries). The idea and plot was written by Cici Rüetschi and Jörgen Bäckström of Kemikontoret, and the script was written by Michael Tierres. The story was drawn by Felmang, Ferri and Benny.

Plot synopsis

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Appearances

Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • B'Weto
  • H'Ung
  • T'Chando
  • Jesse aka Stiff
  • Willie Mumba
  • Chief Wembele
  • Chief N'Goro
  • Dwight Crawford

Locations

Tribes

Organizations

Items

  • Newspaper, "Morrison Post" (sic)

Old jungle sayings

  • When the Phantom moves, lightning stands still.
  • Never point a gun at the Phantom.


Behind the Scenes

The story was produced for an album that was used as a giveaway and never on sale for the public. As a gimmick, several of the supporting character are drawn in the likeness of (more or less) famous Swedish people. Some appear in the story as themselves, while most are in the story as other characters – although sometimes with inside jokes referring to their real life personalities.

The Swedish celebrities that appear in the story are:

  • Story page 1: Valfrid Paulsson, former Director of Naturvårdsverket (The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency), as a bank security guard
  • Story page 3: Ulf Dahlsten, Director of the Swedish postal service, as person walking outdoors
  • Story page 3: Kerstin Niblaeus, scientist, person walking outdoors
  • Story page 3: Ove Mattsson, chemist, as store owner
  • Story page 14: Birgitta Dahl, politican, as herself (presumably)
  • Story page 14: Ingvar Carlsson, politician and former Prime Minister at the time of publication, as himself (presumably)
  • Story page 14: Björn Gillberg
  • Story page 15: Robert Aschberg, TV host, as a jungle chief
  • Story page 15: Siewert Öholm, TV host, as a jungle chief
  • Story page 16: Marit Paulsen, politician, as a tenant
  • Story page 16: Jonas Gardell, stand up comedian and writer, as a tenant
  • Story page 16: Rikard Wolff, actor and singer, as a tenant
  • Story page 16: Beatrice Ask, politician, as a tenant
  • Story page 29: Carl Bildt, Prime Minister of Sweden at the time of publication, as himself
  • Story page 29: Olof Johansson, Minister for the Environment at the time of publication, as a gardener
  • Story page 31: Bert Karlsson, entreperneur and politician, as a pilot
  • Story page 31: Ian Wachtmeiser, politician, as a pilot
  • Story page 33–34: Lili Päivärinta, singer, as UN staff
  • Story page 33–34: Susie Päivärinta, singer, as UN staff
  • Story page 36: Pehr G. Gyllenhammar, CEO of Volvo, as a taxi driver


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Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications:

Mini australia.gif Australia

Mini norway.gif Norway

Mini sweden.gif Sweden