Fantomens stora presentbok (1969)
A Swedish version of the British Phantom Annual from 1968. Contained various puzzles, text stories and two Phantom comics from Gold Key #14 ("The Historian" and "Grandpa").
Format: 96 pages, colour, 190mm x 265mm.
Den förste Fantomen - Fången i Himalaya (1971)
Cover inspired by the US book The Prisoner of the Himalayas (published in 1969, Golden Age of Comics #3). Contains D5.
Format: 84 pages, b/w, 210mm x 275mm
Stora Fantomenboken (1973)
Contains S11, S49, S37, S52 and D48. Cover by George Wilson from Avon#1.
Format: 144 pages, b/w, 225mm x 305mm.
Stora jubileumsboken (1975)
Released to celebrate the Fantomen magazine's 25th Anniversary. The first and so far only Swedish printing of The Singh Brotherhood. Contains D1, D34, S47 and S93. Cover by Jaime Vallvé. Was printed in both a hardcover and a softcover edition.
Format: 144 pages, b/w, 230mm x 305mm.
No comics, only various illustrated articles about how to survive in the wilderness etc. Cover by Rolf Gohs (taken from FA 14/1975).
Format: 68 pages, colour, 170mm x 260mm.
Piratbruden Flame (1980)
The first in a proposed series of full colour "Graphic Novel"-style albums, with longer Phantom stories in colour. There was only one album in this series; the second story later ended up in the Fantomen magazine instead (Fantomen 13/1984). Story by Norman Worker, art by George Bess, cover by Rolf Gohs.
Format: 52 pages, colour, 170mm x 260mm.
Krönika över en vandrande vålnad (1990)
Released to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Fantomen magazine. Contains several articles about the Phantom's history in Sweden and the comic creators. Contains the only Swedish reprint of The Sky Band (D2), Jaime Vallvés first Phantom story (from Fantomen 1/1972), a story by Avenell & Lindahl (from Fantomen 24/1985) and a new story by Worker & Leppänen. Cover by Christer Thunborg.
Format: 144 pages, colour and b/w, 225mm x 305mm, hardback.
Sy Barry - En jubileumskrönika 1961-1991 (1991) (see Samlade Serierariteter - De Bästa Serierna)
Djungelsnö - Fantomen tar hjälp av kemin (1992)
A special story made for the 75th anniversary of Kemikontoret (The Association of Swedish Chemical Industries). The story was made to promote the chemistry industry and was given away to schools. Several famous Swedish people make cameo appearances in the story.
Idea by Cici Rüetchi & Jörgen Bäckström, Script by Claes Reimerthi, Art by Felmang, Benny & Ferri, cover by Hans Lindahl.
Format: 48 pages, colour, 210mm x 280mm.
Betapocket - Guldkragen (1993)
A short-lived series of oversized pocketbooks, called Alfapocket (for humorous comics) and Betapocket (for adventure comics). One Phantom pocket was published, with an unedited version of D153.
Format: 60 pages, b/w, 190mm x 210mm.
Fantomen 1936-1996 - En odödlig legend (1996)
Released to celebrate the Phantom comic's 60th Anniversary. Several articles about the Phantom and Phantom memorabilia, and D3, D4, D20, D81, S20 & S142.
Format: 160 pages, colour & b/w, 220mm x 290mm, hardcover.
Lee Falk - Mannen som skapade Fantomen (1999)
Tribute to Lee Falk released after he passed away. Contains memories of Lee Falk by people who met him and D10, D51 & D132. Cover by Hans Lindahl.
Format: 100 pages, b/w, 224mm x 290mm, hardback.
Wilson McCoy - De opublicerade äventyren (2000)
Articles about McCoy and 4 stories by him that had not been previously published in Sweden: D16, D18, D19 & S42.
144 pages, b/w, 220mm x 290mm, hardback.
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