The Singh Web

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The Singh Web
Produced for: The Singh Web (2002)
# of pgs: 48
Writer: Ben Raab
Artist: Fernando Blanco
Original colorist: Ken Wolak,
Dawn Groszewski
Producer: Moonstone Books

"The Singh Web" is a 2002 Moonstone Books Phantom story by Ben Raab and Fernando Blanco.

Plot summary

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Recurring characters

One-time characters






Old Jungle Sayings

Behind the scenes

  • Bangalla is shown on a map to be located on the east coast of Africa, roughly where Kenya is located in reality.
  • The capital of Bangalla is referred to as Mawitaan in the story, but as Morristown on a map.
  • The symbol of the Singh Brotherhood shown in this story consists of seven interlocking circles of the same size, rather than six smaller circles around a big circle.
  • This was supposed to be the first Phantom story released by Moonstone Books, but a change of artists meant that "The Ghost Killer" was finished and released first. In the first trade paperback from Moonstone, "The Singh Web" was published first, as originally intended.


This story has been published in the following publications:

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