Republican Herald

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Republican Herald was an American newspaper that published "The Phantom" daily strip from 1966 to 2006 (uncomfirmed for period 1980-1995) and Sunday strip from 1995 to 2005.

History

Republican Herald was an American newspaper based in Pottsville, Pennsylvania.

Published stories

Daily stories

Original story title Start date End date Comment
"The Sea God" October 3, 1966 December 24, 1966 without the first three weeks
"The Satchel" December 26, 1966 March 18, 1967
"The Crime School" March 20, 1967 June 24, 1967
"Deadman's Point" June 26, 1967 September 30, 1967
"The Rogue Elephant" October 2, 1967 January 20, 1968
"Jungle Olympics" January 22, 1968 May 4, 1968
"The Frame-Up" May 6, 1968 July 6, 1968
"The Hydra" July 8, 1968 October 12, 1968
"The Art Thieves" October 14, 1968 February 8, 1969
"The Masked Ball" February 10, 1969 March 22, 1969
"The Jungle Home" March 24, 1969 June 21, 1969
"Rex, the Missing Heir" June 23, 1969 October 4, 1969
"The Gladiator" October 6, 1969 January 17, 1970
"The Missing Daddy" January 19, 1970 April 18, 1970
"Luaga's Undercover Tour" April 20, 1970 July 25, 1970
"The Mission" July 27, 1970 December 5, 1970
"Yes" December 7, 1970 February 13, 1971
"The Fence" February 15, 1971 May 8, 1971
"The Mysterious Passenger" May 10, 1971 July 24, 1971
"The Vultures" July 26, 1971 November 6, 1971
"The Lost City of Pheenix" November 8, 1971 January 8, 1972
"The Witchman" January 10, 1972 April 8, 1972
"The Tanker-Jackers" April 10, 1972 July 15, 1972
"The Keeper of the Peace" July 17, 1972 October 14, 1972
"The Giant of Kaluga" October 16, 1972 January 27, 1973
"The Trial of Patrolman Zokko" January 29, 1973 May 5, 1973
"The Things" May 7, 1973 August 18, 1973
"Vandal-Looters" August 20, 1973 November 24, 1973
"The Pampered Princess" November 26, 1973 March 30, 1974
"The Curse of the Sacred Image" April 1, 1974 August 24, 1974
"The Normal Life" August 26, 1974 December 28, 1974
"The Cavelands" December 30, 1974 April 19, 1975
"T" April 21, 1975 September 13, 1975
"Hzzz" September 15, 1975 November 29, 1975
"Star of Bangalla" December 1, 1975 March 6, 1976
"Mystery of Kula-Ku" March 8, 1976 July 31, 1976
"S.S. Blitz" August 2, 1976 October 30, 1976
"Return of the Terrorists" November 1, 1976 February 19, 1977
"The Proposal" February 21, 1977 April 2, 1977
"Guardian of the Eastern Dark" April 4, 1977 August 13, 1977
"The Tyrant of Tarakimo" August 15, 1977 October 29, 1977
"Phantom Wedding" October 31, 1977 February 4, 1978
"The Three Bandits" February 6, 1978 April 15, 1978
"Return to Tarakimo" April 17, 1978 September 16, 1978
"Jungle City" September 18, 1978 December 16, 1978
"The Heirs" December 18, 1978 May 19, 1979
"Jungle Gold" May 21, 1979 September 8, 1979
"The Return of General Bababu" September 10, 1979 February 16, 1980
"The Tree House" February 18, 1980 July 19, 1980
"The Poachers" July 21, 1980 July 28, 1980
"Gooroo's Jungle Muggers" November 3, 1980  ?
"The Beasts of Phantom Head Peak"  ? September 2, 1995 in Pottsville Republican & Evening Herald
"Raiders of the Eastern Dark" September 4, 1995 January 6, 1996
"Mr Big" January 8, 1996 May 18, 1996
"Drama on Eden" May 20, 1996 November 30, 1996
"Prince Rex - Kidnapped" December 2, 1996 March 29, 1997
"The Silks of Emira" March 31, 1997 July 26, 1997
"The Shaman" July 28, 1997 November 15, 1997
"Joomkar's Crown" November 17, 1997 April 18, 1998
"The Crater" April 20, 1998 September 26, 1998
"The Dakk Pirates" September 28, 1998 January 9, 1999
"The Albee" January 11, 1999 March 13, 1999
"Terror at the Opera" March 15, 1999 July 10, 1999
"The Ghost Wall" July 12, 1999 October 20, 1999
"The Halloween Kidnappers" October 21, 1999 January 15, 2000
"The Treasure Hunters" January 17, 2000 May 6, 2000
"The Strange Robber" May 8, 2000 August 5, 2000
"The Secret City" August 7, 2000 November 11, 2000
"Valley of the Gorillaman" November 13, 2000 March 17, 2001
"Ghost Quest" March 19, 2001 July 21, 2001
"The Ghost Pirates" July 23, 2001 November 17, 2001
"The Animal Collector" November 19, 2001 March 30, 2002
"The Immortal Man" April 1, 2002 August 3, 2002
"The Crusader's Treasure" August 5, 2002 December 28, 2002
"Jungle Mystery" December 30, 2002 April 26, 2003
"The Hit Men" April 28, 2003 August 30, 2003
"The Connoisseurs" September 1, 2003 December 27, 2003
"The Viper God" December 29, 2003 May 1, 2004 from February 2004 in Republican & Herald
"The Locust God" May 3, 2004 August 28, 2004
"Stripes" August 30, 2004 January 1, 2005
"Temple of the Gods, Part 1: The U-Boat Mystery" January 3, 2005 May 14, 2005
"Temple of the Gods, Part 2: Return to Eden" May 16, 2005 September 17, 2005
"The Crime Apprentices" September 19, 2005 January 14, 2006
"The Jungle Trek" January 16, 2006 May 13, 2006
"The Return of Chatu" May 15, 2006 September 2, 2006
"The Doorman" September 4, 2006 December 30, 2006

Sunday stories

Original story title Start date End date Comment
"Battle of the Jungle Boys" August 12, 1995 September 16, 1995 the last six weeks only; published on Saturday in the supplement "Color Comics"
"Queen Medusa" September 23, 1995 May 25, 1996
"The Lookout" June 1, 1996 November 23, 1996
"Dig" November 30, 1996 August 23, 1997
"Waterman" August 30, 1997 April 18, 1998
"The Vanished Village" April 25, 1998 September 26, 1998
"The Floradon Mystery" October 3, 1998 February 13, 1999
"The Kidnappers" February 20, 1999 August 14, 1999
"The Wharf Rats" August 21, 1999 December 25, 1999
"The Shipwreckers" December 31, 2000 July 29, 2000 the first week published on Friday
"Woduro's Secret" August 5, 2000 March 3, 2001
"The Lion's Head Tamarine" March 10, 2001 October 6, 2001
"The War Mongers" October 13, 2001 April 6, 2002
"The Briefcase" April 13, 2002 September 28, 2002
"The Snake Goddess's Island" October 5, 2002 March 29, 2003
"Terror in Mawitaan" April 5, 2003 September 27, 2003
"The Sinbad Stone" October 4, 2003 March 27, 2004 from February 2004 in Republican & Herald
"The Viking Fortress Mystery" April 3, 2004 September 25, 2004
"The Iron Python" October 2, 2004 March 26, 2005
"The Prince Rex Conspiracy" April 2, 2005 September 3, 2005 without the last three weeks

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