Brazil has a rich Phantom history with one of the first Phantom comics ever published being from Brazil back in 1937. This is before countries like Australia, Italy, Sweden, Norway and USA. The Phantom was at his most popular in Brazil between the 1950's and 1980's with the regular RGE series publishing over 350 comics in the series including their own locally created stories. In 2001 Opera Graphica a local Brazillian publishing company tried to reproduce the magic by releasi
Seeing out the year Phantom-style, Jermayn and Dan review everything Ghost Who Walks 2019. Wishing you all very Happy Phantoming in the New Year! Tale of the Tape: who released what in 2019? 3m20 - King Features
6m20 - FREW Publications
11m40 - Hermes Press
14m30 - Comics Revue
16m40 - Fantomen
20m30 - Fantomet
21m45 - Regal Publications
23m50 - Kockás
25m15 - Mythos
28m30 - Lightning Strike Comics
29m30 - Summary Phan Phavourites 34m50 - Intro
35m40 - Best Cover
In this relatively short episode, we have a quick bit of Christmas phun!
Joined live by Swedish correspondent Mikael Lyck, the CC team draw the special Patreon Xmas raffle before discussing the best Phantom Christmas presents we've ever received, and then our honest thoughts on the lack of explicitly Christmas themed covers from Fantomen or Frew in 2019.
After musing on our Xmas/New Years wishes for 2020, there's a bit of a laugh while we scare each other with a round rob
In our last Comics & News podcast for 2019, there's a lot to discuss!
2min - Reflecting on Billy Zane
11min - Frew's launch on comiXology
19min - Fantomet's soft cover book sales
23min - Sal Velluto's Lucca prints
25min - Lightning Strikes in Australia
28min - Wulfric Media designs and plans
35min - A new Phantom card game!
48min - Mikael Lyck reviews Fantomen 2019/24, 25-26, and Christmas Album
1hr25 - Frew #1852 - The Sky Band
1hr42 - Frew #1853 - The Pit of Do
ChronicleChamber discusses all the latest Phantom news from around the world, including detailed reviews of recent releases from Frew, Egmont, Mythos and Hermes Press. 2m45 - Steve's Lightning Strike visit 6m45 - Stevo's Choice 10m50 - Billy Zane in Australia 17m50 - Sal Velluto prints 20m20 - Brazilian products; Ludi 22m20 - Pod66 apparel 24m55 - Guy Possaint cards 27m50 - News strip creative team, health 30m10 - Lightning Strike news 33m25 - Hermes Press & JFK 35m40 - Phant
Continuing the resurgence of Phantom comic publishing around the world, after a quarter of a century our favourite character has returned to the nation of Hungary. This follows the return to Spain (via Dolmen Editorial in 2018) and Brazil (via Mythos earlier this year). In the late 1980's, Swedish publisher Semic tried to expand their titles in various nations around Europe like Russia, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Most of these forays into other nations only last
There might only be four Frew and three Egmont comic books for us to review since our last Comics and News podcast, but there's also a surprising amount of news for us to talk about! Perhaps the biggest Phantom event of the last few years leads the discussion as the phellas reflect on the successful Treasures of Drakon Kickstarter campaign. We also chat about: our Don Newton competition, Mythos in Brazil, what we know about Supanova 2019, and the additions to the Phantom's ou
A lot of phans from Brazil, South America and around the world are very excited about what Mythos has announced. Thanks to our discussions with editor Julio Oliveira and a second release article by Mythos, we are now aware that their new publications do not stop at their first release of Daily stories in the four issues they have already announced (You can read that here). We can now say that they will also publish eight editions containing the modern Sunday stories of the Gh
The Phantom is Alive! Long Live the Phantom! Mythos Brazil is back publishing the Phantom. Brazil has such a rich publishing history with the Phantom, and was one of the handful countries that published Phantom comics prior to 1940. In fact at one stage, there were even people who believed that Brazil had published the world's first Phantom comic! Of the South American publishing houses, RGE from Editora Globo has the richest Phantom publishing history, creating their own sto