|Country/language:||Denmark / Danish|
|Publishing years:||1971 - 1999|
|Format:||17 x 26 cm, b/w|
Fantomet is the name of the Danish comic book dedicated to "The Phantom".
In 1971, Interpresse released Fantomet as a monthly comic book, an edited version of Sweden's Fantomen. The magazine switched to fortnightly publication in 1978, but returned to monthly in 1984 until the last issue was published in 1994. A total of 358 editions of Fantomet were published by Interpresse.
In 1998, the magazine returned briefly, published by Egmont and picking up where the former series left off. Only 11 issues were published in the second series. The Danish Fantomet was numbered consecutively from #1 to #369.
Issues with Mandrake
|Mandrake publications in Denmark|
|As back-up title|
|Mandrake publications by country|
Austria • Belgium • Bulgaria • Denmark • Finland • France • Germany • Greece • Iceland • Italy • Ireland • Netherlands • Norway • Poland • Portugal • Slovenia • Spain • Sweden • Turkey • United Kingdom • Yugoslavia