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Lord of the Jungle

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Lord of the Jungle
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Produced for: Fantomen 4/1999
# of pgs: 27
Writer: Claes Reimerthi and
Kjell T. Johnsen
Artist: Heiner Bade
Original colorist: Times Graphics Singapore
Producer: Egmont Serieförlaget

"Lord of the Jungle" is a 1999 Team Fantomen story, written by Claes Reimerthi and Kjell T. Johnsen, with art by Heiner Bade.

Plot synopsis

In 1899, The Jungle Patrol has a fresh recruit, Edgar, who fails at most tasks but the patrol's deputy commander want to give him a chance since he is a young aspiring author. Edgar is given the task of accompanying an expedition from the University of Boston into the jungle to investigate local folklore of a white man in the jungle who goes by the name of The Phantom. The 18th Phantom monitor the expedition closely and after it suffers an attack by Wasaka warriors he goes into the Wasaka village to free the expedition members. The events serve as inspiration to the author's first success with the first novel about Tarzan.


Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • unnamed colonel of The Jungle Patrol
  • Sergeant Seamus O'Rourke, JP
  • Nelson, JP
  • Professor Digmore
  • Gustave, scientist
  • Floyd, JP
  • Stewart, JP
  • Hannibal, monkey

Real-life characters

Fictional characters




Deities and idols



This story has been published in the following publications:

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