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Latest revision as of 16:30, 12 June 2019

The Phantom
Phantom-01.jpg
First appearance: 1936
Created by: Lee Falk and Ray Moore


The Phantom is the title character in the American comic strip "The Phantom". He made a guest appearance first time in the story Mandrake's Wedding at Xanadu as "Kit Walker".

Appearances

The Phantom appearances in the Mandrake strip

Year Daily/Sunday Title Comments
1939 Daily "Mandrake in North Africa" indirect reference, Lothar becomes prince of Wambesi.
1967 Sunday "The Blackout Caper" easter egg, on tv.
1971 Daily "The Clay Camel (plus Women's Lib!)" easter egg, on a comic book cover.
1976 Daily "The Evil Twin" easter egg as Mr. Walker, on a comic book cover.
1977 Sunday "Old Folks" easter egg, on a comic book cover.
1977 Daily "The Cooler" easter egg, a daily strip in the newspaper.
1977 Sunday "Mr Ttazz" cameo, Kit Walker mentioned and seen as a picture. Also the Kit Walker Stadium.
1985 Daily "The Hijacking" easter egg, on a comic book cover.
1986 Sunday "The Lost City" Defenders of the Earth promotion.
1988 Sunday "The Young Prince" easter egg, a Phantom doll.
1989 Daily "Matter Mover" cameo, Kit Walker mentioned and seen as a statue.
1991 Daily "The Terrorists" easter egg, on a comic book cover.
1991 Sunday "The Million Dollar Tour" easter egg, on a poster: Phantom the Musical.
1992 Sunday "The Prison Break" easter egg, on a t-shirt.
1995 Daily "The Monster Thief" easter egg, Phantom mask in a toy shop.
1995 Daily "Pursuit of the Cobra" easter egg, Phantom mask in a toy shop, a man in the barber chair read the newspaper Jimmi Wells Found.
1996 Sunday "The Swarm" easter egg, "Old Jungle Sayings" a book with a picture of the Phantom on the cover.
1996 Sunday "Dr. Holton's Reputation" easter egg, Mandrake is reading "Fantomen", a Swedish Phantom comic book.
1996 Daily "Alibi Algie" easter egg, Slam Evil poster (the Phantom movie).
1997 Daily "Scary Aliens" easter egg, on a cap.
1997 Sunday "Speedy" easter egg, Slam Evil poster (the Phantom movie).
1997 Daily "Mandrake's Wedding at Cockaigne" The Phantom, on TV
1997 Daily "Mandrake's Wedding at the College of Magic" easter egg, in a newspaper.
1998 Daily "Mandrake's Wedding at Xanadu" cameo, as Kit Walker.
1998 Sunday "Mandrake Marries Narda" cameo, as Kit Walker.
1999 Daily "The Haunted Ballroom" easter egg, on a t-shirt.
1999 Daily "The Secret Mission" easter egg, Phandrake - a giant navy yacht.
1999 Daily "Siege at Xanadu" easter egg, on TV and on a comic book cover.
2001 Daily "The Missing Aviatrix" cameo
2001 Sunday "Return of the Tourist" easter egg, on a t-shirt.
2002 Sunday "Shadows on Devil Road"
2003 Daily "Lights! Camera! Danger!" cameo
2005 Daily "Blizzard of Crime" easter egg, The Phantom movie tag line on a t-shirt.
2006 Daily "Still Lovely, Still Deadly" cameo
2008 Daily "The Unknown Island" mentioned only.

Mandrake appearances in the Phantom strip

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Wedding of the Phantom" Falk Sy Barry
"The Escaped Convicts" Falk Barry dream sequence, Defenders of the Earth promotion
"The Heirs" Falk Barry
"Mr Big" Falk George Olesen, Keith Williams
"On the Trail of an Assassin" Tony DePaul Graham Nolan flashback
"Mandrake's Bon Voyage" Tony DePaul Terry Beatty
"Trouble in the Twelve Nations" Tony DePaul Terry Beatty
"The Twins' Futures" Tony DePaul Paul Ryan
"The Return of the Locust" Tony DePaul Mike Manley mentioned

DC stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"Framed Part 2" Mark Verheiden Luke McDonnell

Marvel stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"Defenders of the Earth" Lee, Harras Saviuk, Fredericks
"Creation" Higgins Saviuk, Fredericks
"Family Honor" Higgins Saviuk, Fredericks
"Magical Child" Higgins Saviuk, Fredericks

Moonstone stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"Jewel of Denial" Bullock Gonçalves
"Concrete Jungle" Bullock, Grevioux Gonçalves

Futuristic Settings

In Defenders of the Earth, Mandrake is one of the defenders, and has the adoptive son Kshin.

See also

Phantomwiki