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'''''Fantomen'' 8/1971'''
'''''Fantomen'' 8/1971''' is a regular issue of [[The Phantom publications in Sweden|Swedish]] comic book ''[[Fantomen]]'', published in [[Fantomen 1971|1971]].
== Contents ==
== Contents ==
=== Phantom stories ===
=== Phantom stories ===
*"Dödens ö" ("[[The Island of Death]]") by [[Lee Falk]] and [[Özcan Eralp]]
*"Dödens ö" ("[[The Island of Death (1971 story)|The Island of Death]]") by [[Lee Falk]] and [[Özcan Eralp]]
=== Other comics ===
=== Other comics ===

Latest revision as of 04:34, 13 December 2020

Fantomen 8/1971
(#469 since the start 1950)
Fantomen 19718.jpg
Cover artist: Rolf Gohs
Country/language: Mini sweden.gif Sweden / Swedish
Format: 17 × 26 cm
Pages: 68 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: April 6, 1971
Editor: Lennart Hartler
Publishing company: Semic Press
Preceded by: Fantomen 7/1971
Followed by: Fantomen 9/1971

Fantomen 8/1971 is a regular issue of Swedish comic book Fantomen, published in 1971.


Phantom stories

Other comics

  • "Mark Trail" by Ed Dodd
  • "Yxmännen" by ?
  • "Jet Dream" by ?
  • "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" by ?
  • "Fantomenrysaren" by Stan Lee and Tom Sutton