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The Briefcase

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The Briefcase
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Start date: April 14, 2002
End date: September 29, 2002
# of strips: 25
Writer: Claes Reimerthi
Artist: Graham Nolan
Original colorist: Graham Nolan
Preceded by: "The War Mongers"
Followed by: "The Snake Goddess's
Island
"

"The Briefcase" is the 156th Phantom Sunday story. The story was written by Claes Reimerthi and drawn by Graham Nolan.

Plot Summary

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Behind the scenes

  • A newspaper article is credited to C. Reimerthi. This reference was inserted by artist Graham Nolan and is the only appearance of Reimerthi's name in a newspaper strip story, since he never received official credit for the stories he wrote.

Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications:

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