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=== Phantom stories ===
 
=== Phantom stories ===
 
*"[[Princess Valerie]]" part 3 by [[Lee Falk]] and [[Ray Moore]],[[Wilson McCoy]].
 
*"[[Princess Valerie]]" part 3 by [[Lee Falk]] and [[Ray Moore]],[[Wilson McCoy]].
 
  
 
=== Other comics ===
 
=== Other comics ===

Revision as of 19:24, 21 November 2008

Fantomen 23/1951
(#30 since the start 1950)
200px
Cover artist: Mauritz
Country/language: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish
Format: 17 × 26 cm
Pages: 36 pgs, full color
Publishing date: November 14, 1951
Editor: Rolf Janson
Publishing company: Serieförlaget
Preceded by: Fantomen 22/1951
Followed by: Fantomen 24/1951


Fantomen 23/1951

The issue has been reprinted in its entirety as a facsimile edition as part of "Fantomen - Den inbundna årgången 1951, Del 3".

Contents

Phantom stories

Other comics

  • "Hopalong Cassidy" by William Boyd
  • "King of the Royal Mounted" by Zane Grey and Jim Gary
  • "Curly Kayoe" by Sam Leff