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Phantom Dailies (2003) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Phantom Dailies (2003) 1

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    The Diamond Hunters. Story by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Ray Moore. Pacific Comics Club reprints the comic-strip adventures of the seemingly immortal crime-fighter called The Phantom. Collects The Phantom daily pages from April 12th to September 18th, 1937. First printed in Italy for comics art collectors, this does not feature Lee Falk's original text, but is translated back into English from Italian. The Phantom brings Diana to his jungle home for the first time, only to discover that war has broken out between neighboring tribes. The culprits are unscrupulous diamond hunters who are trying to take advantage of the chaos to steal a fortune. 11-in. x 8-1/2-in., 48 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #2
    Phantom Dailies (2003) 2

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    Little Toma. Story by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Ray Moore. Pacific Comics Club reprints the comic-strip adventures of the seemingly immortal crime-fighter called The Phantom. Collects The Phantom daily pages from September 20th, 1937 to February 5th, 1938. First printed in Italy for comics art collectors, this does not feature Lee Falk's original text, but is translated back into English from Italian. The Phantom learns that Toma, a boy raised by a native tribe, is actually the son of a murdered British lord. Investigating further, he learns the boy's uncle murdered his father to claim the lordship for himself. 11-in. x 8-1/2-in., 40 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #3
    Phantom Dailies (2003) 3

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    The Shark's Nest. Story by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Ray Moore. Pacific Comics Club reprints the comic-strip adventures of the seemingly immortal crime-fighter called The Phantom. Collects The Phantom daily pages from July 25th to November 5th, 1938. First printed in Italy for comics art collectors, this does not feature Lee Falk's original text, but is translated back into English from Italian. After a steamer is looted by pirates, The Phantom traces them back to the yacht Shark's Nest, owned by corrupt Baron Grover. Hiding out on the yacht, The Phantom tries to rescue a kidnapped girl and elude the pirates until government forces can arrive on their island hideout. 11-in. x 8-1/2-in., 32 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #4
    Phantom Dailies (2003) 4

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    The Golden Circle. Story by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Ray Moore. Pacific Comics Club reprints the comic-strip adventures of the seemingly immortal crime-fighter called The Phantom. Collects The Phantom daily pages from September 4th, 1939 to January 20th, 1940. First printed in Italy for comics art collectors, this does not feature Lee Falk's original text, but is translated back into English from Italian. Framed for robbery and murder, The Phantom must track down the secret crime organization The Golden Circle to clear his name. If that wasn't bad enough, Diana's mother refuses to let her marry The Phantom unless he gets a real job. 11-in. x 8-1/2-in., 36 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #5
    Phantom Dailies (2003) 5

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    The Sea Horse. Story by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Ray Moore. Pacific Comics Club reprints the comic-strip adventures of the seemingly immortal crime-fighter called The Phantom. Collects The Phantom daily pages from January 22th to July 27th, 1940. First printed in Italy for comics art collectors, this does not feature Lee Falk's original text, but is translated back into English from Italian. Diana's disapproving family persuades her to date Baron Danton instead of the mysterious crime-fighter The Phantom. But when Diana discovers Danton is a spy, The Phantom must rescue her from the Baron's ship, The Seahorse. 11-in. x 8-1/2-in., 56 pages, B&W.

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    $10 THE PHANTOM - THE SEA HORSE 1/22/1940-7/27/1940 VERY GOOD COND.
    1 day left Auction THE PHANTOM - THE SEA HORSE DIANA AVIATRIX THE PHANTOM'S TREASURE 3 Book Lot
  • Issue #6
    Phantom Dailies (2003) 6

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    The Game of Alvar. Story by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Ray Moore. Pacific Comics Club reprints the comic-strip adventures of the seemingly immortal crime-fighter called The Phantom. Collects The Phantom daily pages from July 29 to Dec. 14, 1940. First printed in Italy for comics art collectors, this does not feature Lee Falk's original text, but is translated back into English from Italian. While on a pleasure cruise with Diana and her mother, The Phantom recognizes the notorious businessman and smuggler Alvar. Following Alvar to his secret lair, The Phantom and Diana face a deadly chase and a struggle for survival. 11-in. x 8-1/2-in., 44 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #7
    Phantom Dailies (2003) 7

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    Diana Aviatrix. Story by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Ray Moore. Pacific Comics Club reprints the comic-strip adventures of the seemingly immortal crime-fighter called The Phantom. Collects The Phantom daily pages from December 16th, 1940 to July 12th, 1941. First printed in Italy for comics art collectors, this does not feature Lee Falk's original text, but is translated back into English from Italian. After his love Diana disappears in the jungles of Central America, The Phantom follows her trail to mysterious jungle ruins. Despite warnings from locals, he dares to investigate the mysterious trapdoor hidden in an ancient temple. 11-in. x 8-1/2-in., 60 pages, B&W.

  • Issue #8
    Phantom Dailies (2003) 8

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    The Phantom's Treasure. Story by Lee Falk. Art and cover by Ray Moore. Pacific Comics Club reprints the comic-strip adventures of the seemingly immortal crime-fighter called The Phantom. Collects The Phantom daily pages from July 14, 1941 to January 31, 1942. First printed in Italy for comics art collectors, this does not feature Lee Falk's original text, but is translated back into English from Italian. The Phantom returns to his secret base when the neighboring tribe alerts him that his ancestors' treasure has been stolen. Realizing it was an inside job, The Phantom sets out to track down Timo, delinquent son of the tribal chieftain. 11-in. x 8-1/2-in., 64 pages, B&W.

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    $35 THE PHANTOM: THE PHANTOM'S TREASURE DAILIES 7/14/1941 - 1/31/1942 VG COND.