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First appearance:
Created by: Lee Falk & Sy Barry

Wambatta is the current chief of the Wambesi tribe.

Fictional Character Biography

According to the newspaper strip

He is the father of Crown Prince Wommo. Luck and Wealth

According to Team Fantomen stories

He is the father of Wametta. Revenge of the Drummer

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Daily/Sunday stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"Jungle Gold" Falk Barry as Chief Wambutto
"The Tree House" Falk Barry as Chief Wambatta
"Luck and Wealth" Falk Barry as King Wombatto
"The Snake Goddess" Falk Barry as Chief Wambutto
"Great Raptor of Rhua" Falk Barry as King Wambutto
"The Shaman" Falk Olesen, Williams as Chief Wambutto

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Poachers" Knutsson Jansson
"The Stone Carving People" Avenell Bade as Chief Wambatta
"Revenge of the Drummer" Worker Westad
"Race Against Death" Granberg Lindahl
"Devil's Adventure" Worker Stokes
"Damballa's Verdict" Worker Bade
"Duel to the Death" Tierres Bade
"The Test" Worker Leppänen as Prince Wambatta, set in 1956
"The Drug Terrorists" Sverre Årnes Heiner Bade

DC stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"Framed, Part 2" Verheiden McDonnell