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by Carlos Magno,Silvestre Szilagyi,Mike Bullock


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by Carlos Magno, Mike Bullock, Silvestre Szilagyi.

by Carlos Magno, Mike Bullock, Silvestre Szilagyi. Introducing The Ghost Who Walks in all-out action, including the controversial storyline "The Invisible Children" ripped from today's African headlines This volume collects The Phantom and #26.

Written by Mike Bullock. Art by Carlos Magno and Silvestre Szilagyi. The Ghost Who Walks in all out action, including the controversial storyline "The Invisible Children," ripped from the headlines of today's Africa!

Written by Mike Bullock. The Ghost Who Walks in all out action, including the controversial storyline "The Invisible Children," ripped from the headlines of today's Africa! Invisible Children is a charitable organization that helps educate and save African children who are pressed into military service. High adventure and intrigue in the African jungle, on the high seas, and in the streets! There is always justice that needs to be served, whether it's in the present or the past!

The Phantom is an American adventure comic strip, first published by Lee Falk in February 1936. The main character, the Phantom, is a fictional costumed crime-fighter who operates from the fictional African country of Bangalla.

The Phantom is an American adventure comic strip, first published by Lee Falk in February 1936. The character has been adapted for television, film and video games. The series began with a daily newspaper strip on February 17, 1936, followed by a color Sunday strip on May 28, 1939; both are still running as of 2020.

After 11 issues, Mike Bullock took over scripting, with Gabriel Rearte and Carlos Magno creating the artwork before Silvestre Szilagyi became the regular artist in 2007

After 11 issues, Mike Bullock took over scripting, with Gabriel Rearte and Carlos Magno creating the artwork before Silvestre Szilagyi became the regular artist in 2007. In 2006, Moonstone published a retcon of the Phantom's origin, called Legacy, by Raab and Quinn. In reality, the Phantom is a legacy hero, descended from 20 previous generations of crimefighters who all adopt the same persona. When a new Phantom takes the task from his dying father, he swears the Oath of the Skull: "I swear to devote my life to the destruction of piracy, greed, cruelty, and injustice, in all their forms, and my sons and their sons shall follow me".

The Phantom: The Man Who Cannot Die. Mike Bullock. I consider this book well worth the money and it should be of interest to any Phantom fans. The Phantom: The Ghost Who Walks.

The Man Who Cannot Die is a trade paperback published by Moonstone Books. It collects the stories from and of Moonstone's regular Phantom series. Tiger's Blood Part 1" by Mike Bullock and Gabriel Rearte. Tiger's Blood Part 2" by Mike Bullock and Carlos Magno. Walker's Line Part 1" by Mike Bullock and Carlos Magno. Walker's Line Part 2" by Mike Bullock and Carlos Magno. Forgotten" by Mike Bullock and Silvestre Szilagyi. Invisible Children Part 1" by Mike Bullock and Silvestre Szilagyi.

Mike Bullock, Silvestre Szilagyi, Fernado Peniche, Bob Pedroza, Michael Stribling. 020. The Phantom: The Man Who Cannot Die TPB. Mike Bullock, Carlos Magno, Silvestre Szilagyi, Douglas Klauba. In Stock! 015. The Phantom: KGB Noir TPB. Mike Bullock, Fernando Peniche, . Sold Out. 016. The Phantom Chronicles 2. PROSE: Harlan Ellison, Ed Gorman, Robin Wayne Bailey, Mike Bullock, Tom DeFalco, Win Scott Eckert, Joe Gentile, Mark Justice, Jeff Mariotte, Joe McKinney, Nate Meyer, Will Murray, Matthew Baugh, CJ Henderson, Aaron Shaps, Doug Klauba, Stephen Bryant.

Gabriel Rearte other. Ruben Procopio cover. Silvestre Syzilagyi other. Troy Peteri letterer. The Man Who Cannot Die. Name.

Bullock's regular artists on the Phantom were Silvestre Szilagyi, Fernando Peniche .

Bullock's regular artists on the Phantom were Silvestre Szilagyi, Fernando Peniche and Bob Pedroza. He's also worked with Gabriel Rearte, Carlos Magno and Zeu. Bullock took over the book from writers Ben Raab, Chuck Dixon, and Rafael Nieves. After Moonstone relinquished the Phantom license in July 2010, Bullock took over as head writer on the Black Bat comics, as well as his own Savage Beauty comic, co-owned with Ed Catto and Joe Ahearn of Captain Action Enterprises. Another creator-owned character, Death Angel, debuted as a back-up story in Phantom: KGB Noir in January 2010 to critical acclaim.

Prepare for high adventure and intrigue in the African jungle, on the high seas, and in the streets! There is always justice that needs to be served, whether it's in the present...or the past. Introducing The Ghost Who Walks in all-out action, including the controversial storyline "The Invisible Children" ripped from today's African headlines! This volume collects The Phantom #12-20, and #26.

Comments: (2)

Utchanat
I have read a lot of the original Lee Falk and Sy Barry Phantom stories, during the 1970s and 80s. These are like the touchstone classic stories their combo is like Stan Lee - Jack Kirby...and these classic stories are really great stuff. This phantom book collects new stories and an attempt to introduce the phantom to a new audiences with a more grapic novel style 'decompressed' art. The first two stories were just ok, featuring a suicide bomber where the bomber calls the phantom 'an infidel' (making me think was this going to be a Frank Miller type propaganda piece - wish the writer didn't do this but hey, ok...) and a crazed kick boxing/drug king where a 'supervillain' type like the joker is introduced...not very believable motives for the villain....the next story the phantom takes down a violent crime gang in America...kind of dull storyand excuse to just show action. However, where this book shines is the introduction of the villain 'Him' (I wished they had thought of a better name - as far as I know 'Him' is famously associated with the Adam Warlock character from Marvel). This story has twists and turns and the villain is believable - a maniacal African Witch doctor - Shaman like warlord who is believes he is divine and with his own army...this character is interesting and the story grips. The final two stories are one of the classic old phantom stories where the phantom reads from the chronicles of an older phantom featuring French musketeers, pirates and slave ships. Quite good stories the art is clean but somehow the artist isn't able to capture character emotions and background details...maybe these stories should have more narration in order to improve/add to the atmosphere of the story...all in all I thought a reasonably good effort enough to make me want to buy the next volume.Not on the level of the original stories of Lee Falk or even some of the Scandinavian Fantomet stories. Still all round a good effort with a gripping villain.
Dori
I have been a long term Frew Phantom reader and had thought that the Moonstone issues weren't worth the paper they were printed on. I was wrong in this case. This is a Rip Roaring Adventure with loads of Phantom traditions and wonderful art (in a variety of styles). Mike Bullock seems to have respect for the mantle he is taking on. I think Lee Flak would be proud. I look forward to the new title from Dynamite "The last Phantom" but that's another review. Bravo Moonstone for bringing this classic into the modern era of comics without dispensing with what made it great.
The Phantom: The Man Who Cannot Die download epub
Graphic Novels
Author: Carlos Magno,Silvestre Szilagyi,Mike Bullock
ISBN: 1933076607
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Novels
Language: English
Publisher: Moonstone (December 8, 2009)
Pages: 220 pages