Referred to by comic strip historian Maurice Horn as the "granddaddy of all costumed superheroes," The Phantom was created in 1936 by Lee Falk with artwork by Ray Moore. The daily version of The Phantom ran separately from the Sundays until the "Fathers and Sons" storyline. Starting with that story, which began on February 21, 1949 and ending with "The Ape Idol of the Durugu" concluding on May 6, 1950, the continuities ran together. Collected in this volume are three complete continuities (including the Sundays in their color versions) reprinted for the first time in their entirety ("Fathers and Sons," "The Flirtatious Princess," and "The Thuggees"), with a comprehensive essay and documentary materials.
This is a special print, signed by Phantom artist Sy Barry! We had some extra copies that were signed that wouldn't go in the Volume 17 limited edition, so we cut them down to a smaller size and are selling them TODAY ONLY! There are only 25 of these puppies so hurry before they're gone!
Sold Out $ 200.00
It's a damage shuffle! You can get any of the following books (at least 3 books per order, no repeats):
Phantom Dailies Volume 21
Phantom Dailies Volume 20
Phantom Sundays Volume 2
Phantom Sundays Volume 5
Phantom Sundays Volume 9
Phantom Dailies Volume 4
Phantom Dailies Volume 13
Phantom Charlton Volume 2
Phantom Charlton Volume 1
Phantom Jim Aparo
Price lowered due to a chance of Charlton or Aparo.
$ 52.00 $ 60.00
From the creative mind of Lee Falk comes Mandrake the Magician! Created in 1934 with the story “The Cobra.” Comics historian Don Markstein wrote, "Some people say Mandrake the Magician, who started in 1934, was comics' first superhero.”
Hermes Press is proud to continue their legacy of complete Lee Falk comic reprints, starting with the very first years of Mandrake.
This first Volume includes five stories, “The Cobra” (June 11, 1934 – Nov 24 1934), “The Hawk (Mandrake Meets Narda)” (Nov 26, 1934 – Feb 23, 1935), “The Monster of Tanov Pass” (Feb 25, 1935 – June 15 1935), “Saki, the Clay Camel” (June 17, 1935 – Nov 2 1935), and “The Werewolf” (Nov 4 1935 – Feb 1936).
Strips from this issue are taken directly from King Feature’s proofs. Included in the volume is a comprehensive essay and documentary materials.
Hardcover, approx 256 pages.
$ 15.99 $ 23.94
This is a blind box- that means you don't know what cover you'll get! If you order multiples we will guarantee not to send you the same one twice!
In this set you will get one of EACH of The Phantom #1 through #6- and maybe something extra!