Singh War, Part 1: The Flying Dutchman
|Singh War, Part 1: The Flying Dutchman|
|Produced for:||Fantomen 22-23/2015|
|# of pgs:||22|
|Producer:||Egmont Publishing AB|
Dogai Singh's doctor tells him that he is suffering from lung cancer and only has a few months left to live. Dogai Singh comes up with a plan that will reunite the two branches of the Singh pirates and also give him revenge against his own daughter Sandal Singh and the Phantom. The plan will be executed by Rahak Singh. Dogai's plan is to put the crew and passengers of a passenger jet to sleep by a sleeping gas and then autopilot the plane into crashing into the Morristown stadium during an important cricket game with an audience of 50 000 people; and the plane will crash regardless whether the president transfers 80 million Bengali pound into a bank account or not. The president will have to choose between having the air force shoot down the passenger plane or having thousands of people die at the stadium.
Unknow to Dogai, Rahak Singh has modified the plane: the passenger plane has changed places with an identical passenger jet without passengers but filled with explosives that will crash into the Morristown Presidential Palace; the purpose being to have president Singh and her unborn child killed in the explosion.
As the plane crashes into the presidential palace with an explosion, Dogai Singh's men carry a struggling president Singh into a car and disappear.
- Steve, bodyguard
- Scott, bodyguard
- Flight 714 from India to Morristown
This story has been published in the following publications:
- "Singh War, Part 1: The Flying Dutchman", The Phantom #1758 (2016)
- "Singhkriget, del 1: Den flygende hollenderen", Fantomet 12/2015
- "Singhkriget, del 1: Den flygande holländaren", Fantomen 22-23/2015