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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The Morning News

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The Morning News was an American newspaper that published "the Phantom" daily strip from 1975 to 1981.

History

The The Morning News was a daily newspaper headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware.


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Published stories

Original story title Start date End date Comment
"T" September 1, 1975 September 13, 1975 the last two weeks only
"Hzzz" September 15, 1975 November 29, 1975
"Star of Bangalla" December 1, 1975 March 6, 1976
"Mystery of Kula-Ku" March 8, 1976 July 31, 1976
"S.S. Blitz" August 2, 1976 October 30, 1976
"Return of the Terrorists" November 1, 1976 February 19, 1977
"The Proposal" February 21, 1977 April 2, 1977
"Guardian of the Eastern Dark" April 4, 1977 August 13, 1977
"The Tyrant of Tarakimo" August 15, 1977 October 29, 1977
"Phantom Wedding" October 31, 1977 February 4, 1978
"The Three Bandits" February 6, 1978 April 15, 1978
"Return to Tarakimo" April 17, 1978 September 16, 1978
"Jungle City" September 18, 1978 December 16, 1978
"The Heirs" December 18, 1978 May 19, 1979
"Jungle Gold" May 21, 1979 September 8, 1979
"The Return of General Bababu" September 10, 1979 February 16, 1980
"The Tree House" February 18, 1980 July 19, 1980
"The Poachers" July 21, 1980 July 28, 1980
"Gooroo's Jungle Muggers" November 3, 1980 April 4, 1981
"The Hostages" April 6, 1981 July 4, 1981