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The Phantom: The Complete Sundays Volume 1 (1939-1942) Hardcover – 24 July 2012
- Publisher : Hermes Press (24 July 2012)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 224 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1613450125
- ISBN-13 : 978-1613450123
- Reading age : 13 - 16 years
- Dimensions : 23.11 x 2.29 x 32.77 cm
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The stories and art range from Excellent to Outstanding. the League of Lost Men, with the Phantom surviving being burned alive inside a hut by burying himself under a dirt floor- and The Return of the Sky Band -- which reprises themes from both The Singh Brotherhood (1937) and the Golden Circle (1939)--. are amazing stories in cinematic style with unbelievably good art. Undoubtedly Return of the Sky band was also an inspiration for Lina Wertmuller's film "Swept Away" I agree with Lee Falk that Ray Moore was the very best Phantom artist in the entire run. He made Falk's stories truly come alive, with the perfect blend of realism and phantasy.
Even if you already have original Sunday pages or reprints (such as from Pacific Comics), if you are a Phantom fan you definitely should buy this book before it goes out of print. You will be very pleased. And this may encourage Hermes Press to reprint additional volumes of both the Sundays and Dailies on a more frequent schedule.
This is an excellent collection, add it to your Phantom Library!