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Kadia Sahara

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Kadia Sahara
Kadia Sahara .jpg
First appearance: "The Battlements
of the Nomad
Created by: Tony DePaul &
Terry Beatty

Kadia Sahara is the daughter of Eric Sahara, the Nomad, and Imara Sahara.

Fictional Character Biography

Kadia and her mother made the acquaintance of Heloise and Diana Palmer-Walker at the Briarson School where both have begun studying. The school's staff decided to make Kadia and Heloise roommates on the grounds that they are the only two African students at the present time. She resents her father's habit of investigating the lives of all her friends. Farewell to the Deep Woods


This list of appearances is considered to be complete, with reservations for the possibility of mistakes.

Daily and Sunday stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Battlements of the Nomad" DePaul Beatty mentioned
"Farewell to the Deep Woods" DePaul Manley
"A Reckoning with the Nomad" DePaul Manley
"Heloise Comes Home" DePaul Manley
"The Spy Ship" DePaul Weigel
"The Reunion" DePaul Manley
"Hello the Himalayas" DePaul Manley in flashbacks only
"The Ingenues" DePaul Weigel

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"Heloise - Horror of the Underground Clubs" Sonne Andersson