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Almost Gone! 1950-1951. Recommended. By Lee Falk and Wilson McCoy. The daily version of The Phantom ran separately from the Sundays until the “Fathers and Sons” story line. 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. Volume Nine of this series offered the first three daily/Sunday continuities and Volume Ten offers the final chapter of the combined continuities together with five more complete daily continuities as the Sundays returned to their normal, separate story lines. Hermes, 2016. Out of print.

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The daily version of The Phantom ran separately from the Sundays until the “Fathers and Sons” story line. 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. Volume Nine of this series offered the first three daily/Sunday continuities and Volume Ten offers the final chapter of the combined continuities together with five more complete daily continuities as the Sundays returned to their normal, separate story lines.

Diana is kidnapped by a desperate but very capable evil-doer. A blonde hollywood starlet, Rita, comes to the jungle to film a movie and becomes a plaything for a group of scoundrels. The Phantom boards a jungle freighter in disguise to break up an illegal animal trapping organization.

Introduction by Daniel Herman.

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