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Latest revision as of 19:17, 14 February 2020

William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare.jpg
First appearance: "The Wig"
Created by: Lee Falk & Sy Barry


William Shakespeare (1564 –1616) was an English poet and playwright acknowledged by most to be the greatest writer in the English language.

Biography within Phantom comics

According to the newspaper strip

The 3rd Phantom was sent to England for education but ran away from school in 1600 and joined Shakespeare's theatre in order to become an actor. Shakespeare hired him to do small jobs at the theatre. The 3rd Phantom started playing small roles also and soon graduated to playing Juliet in the opening performance of "Romeo and Juliet". The Wig Later, Shakespeare's niece Rosamunda married the 3rd Phantom. The Heirs The Name


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Appearances

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Daily & Sunday stories

Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Wig" Falk Barry
"The Heirs" Falk Barry
"The Name" Falk Barry
"The Return of General Bababu" Falk Barry mentioned only
"The Third Phantom" Falk Barry

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"A Deadly Game" Reimerthi Cruz 1576, 1616 according with accepted date of Shakespeare's birth (confirmed by writer)
"The Legend of the Swords, Part 1: Excalibur" Worker Vallvé 1588 mentioned only
"The Hunchback" Tierres Vallvé 1604
"Death's Hour" Tierres Vallvé 1604

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