Annihilate All Singh
|Annihilate All Singh|
|Produced for:||Fantomen 4/2005|
|# of pgs:||31|
Following the events in The Grim Reaper it is an emotionally unstable Phantom that has taken command of the Jungle Patrol as its superior commander. He believe that Diana and their children have been murdered and promise himself to kill the Singh leader Dogai Singh. He orders an attack on the Singh pirates headquarters regardless of the officer's counter arguments. Led by him the Jungle Patrol plan to attack at dawn but the Singh pirates have been alerted. The Phantom disregard Colonel Worubu's advice to call off the attack and have him arrested. When a patrolman is killed in the first attack and Colonel Worubu refuse to order a second attack, the colonel is relieved of his command and arrested.
The Phantom enter the Singh headquarters himself in his normal clothing to secretly place explosive charges. He is discovered by Sandal Singh who tell him that her father is long dead. When the explosive charges go off the Jungle Patrol successfully attack. The Phantom will have his revenge on Dogai Singh by killing his daughter but at that very moment he faints. Sandal Singh and her bodyguard Belim manage to flee in a helicopter.
All other Singh pirates are arrested. Two patrolmen arrest the Phantom as well, believing he is the pirate court jester. He manage to escape and try to jump aboard Sandal Singh's helicopter. Instead he faints and fall off into a river. He promises himself that he will find Dogai Singh regardless.
In the Singh headquarters the Jungle Patrol can not find its commander. Colonel Worubu fears that the commander died when the explosives went off.
- Patrolman Farnham
- Patrolman West
- "Death at the Fun Park" by Claes Reimerthi and Hans Lindahl
- "The Secret Singh Leader" by Claes Reimerthi and César Spadari
- "In the Shadow of Death" by Claes Reimerthi and Hans Lindahl
This story has been published in the following publications:
- "Annihilate All Singh", The Phantom #1409 (2005)
- "Tuhotkaa Singhit!", Mustanaamio 4/2005
- "Knus Singh-piratene!", Fantomet 4/2005
- "Förinta Singh!", Fantomen 4/2005