The Phantom Chronicles

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The Phantom Chronicles
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Cover artist: Doug Klauba
Country/language: Mini usa.gif USA / English
Format: 16 × 23.5 cm
Pages: 256 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: 2007 (sc and hc)
December, 2009 (ltd ed hc)
Editor: Joe Gentile and Lori Gentile
Publishing company: Moonstone Books
Preceded by: N/A
Followed by: The Phantom Chronicles #2
ISBN 1-933076-21-6 (softcover)
ISBN 1-933076-22-4 (hardcover)
ISBN 1-933076-22-4 (ltd ed hardcover)


The Phantom Chronicles is a collection of prose stories featuring The Phantom. It was published in 2007 by Moonstone Books and is the first Phantom book of its kind published in the United States. Each of the seventeen prose stories is preceded by an illustration by Rubén Procopio. The book also includes an introduction by Lee Falk's daughter, Valerie Falk.

Variants

The book was released in several editions:

  • softcover
  • hardcover, of which 400 individually numbered copies were signed by cover artist Doug Klauba, and included a signed Artist's Annex by Rubén Procopio
  • hardcover, limited edition of 400 copies with a signed and numbered tip sheet

Contents

Phantom stories

Artist's Annex

The Phantom Chronicles
Artist's Annex
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Cover artist: Rubén Procopio
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Cover artist: Rubén Procopio
Country/language: Mini usa.gif USA / English
Format: 16 × 23.5 cm
Pages: 32 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: 2007
Editor: Jeanne Schanberger
Publishing company: Moonstone Books & Masked Avenger Studios
Preceded by: none
Followed by: none


400 copies of the regular hardcover edition also included a signed and numbered Artist's Annex detailing illustrator Rubén Procopio's work on the book. The Annex contains sketches and notes from Procopio, and is available in two cover versions. The limited version of the Artist's Annex was made for the San Diego Comic Con and Wizard World Chicago and has a black and purple background. There are only 100 numbered and unsigned copies of this version.