- "The Female Phantom" redirects here. For the story of the same name, see: "The Female Phantom (story)"
For other women who have acted as the Phantom, see Diana, Heloise, Flame Stanbury, and Tilde.
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Julie is the most known woman to have acted as the Phantom, and is often called The Female Phantom.
- 1 Fictional Character Biography
- 2 Notable Appearances
Fictional Character Biography
According to the newspaper strip
Julie and her twin brother were born August 3, 1852. She was raised together with her brother and was given the same training.
When her brother became the Phantom, she remained in the Skull Cave. One day, her brother was wounded when he tried to free a missionary that had been taken by pirates. Julie had seen everything and saved her brother. She brought her brother back to the Skull Cave. Since her brother was injured, she took one of his spare suits and made it fit for her, then she put it on and went to save the missionary. The mission was a success, but she had fell in love with the missionary. She told her brother that she wanted to be as normal girls; have nice dresses and things. Her brother thought he understood her and bought her a dress, he then talked her into putting it on and come with him to the missionary. When he met the missionary, with his sister hiding in the nearest bushes, he demonstrated that he was a man of few words, saying "My sister is in love with you. What are you going to do about that?" The missionary had barely taken in that this must be the brother of the woman who rescued him before Julie showed herself from behind the bushes, very upset saying that she did not want to see him. The missionary, however, managed to convince her that he loved her. They were married, had four children, and lived happily ever after.
According to Team Fantomen
Julie and her twin brother, the future 17th Phantom, were born in 1852. They were educated in Denmark, the home country of their mother Asta. Her brother assumed the title of the Phantom 1869. She replaced him and served as the Phantom on several occasions when he was injured or missing.
No later than 1880, she married the missionary Paul Colbert and became Mrs. Julie Colbert. Her husband died of malaria, and in July 1885 she traveled to France and became a student of the great Louis Pasteur. She returned as a doctor in 1886, with intent to help the jungle tribes. She spent her last years at the Skull Cave and died during the time of the 19th Phantom, in the early 1900's.
According to Moonstone
Julie was married and had children. In 1889, she and her family travelled to America to bring books and medicine to the Navajo tribe. Julie stopped in New York to meet her brother and their friend, reporter Nellie Bly. This led to Julie following Nellie Bly on her trip around the world, to protect Nellie from assassins. The trip took 72 days and after that Julie reuinted with her family in New Mexico.
It has not been clearly stated if Julie is the sister of the 17th or 18th Phantom, but since the 19th Phantom is active in 1933 , it makes it more likely that Julie is the sister of the 17th Phantom.
Julie married a man named Bradley and lived with him in Michigan. They had twin daughters in the late 1880's. In 1888, Julie was in London at the time of Jack the Ripper's killings.
According to another Moonstone story, Julie lived in London where she had the title "Lady". Julie had a son, Daniel, who died in 1896 after trying to take the Phantom legacy from Julie's nephew by force.
According to Gold Key/King/Charlton
Julie often took it upon herself to replace the Phantom when her brother was away. She was assisted by her best friend Maru.
|"The Female Phantom"||Falk||McCoy||1852, 18??||birth year given as 1852, daughter of the current Phantom's great-great grandfather|
|"The Delta Pirates||Falk||Barry||N/A||mentioned briefly as sister of the 18th Phantom|
|"The Phantom Cowboy"||Falk||Barry, Olesen, Williams||N/A||mentioned briefly as daughter of the 16th Phantom and Annie Morgan|
|"The Slave's Railway"||Worker||Lindahl||1868|
|"The Slave Ship"||Bishop||Felmang||1869|
|"The Prediction"||Lundström||Wilhelmsson||187?||Julie swears the Oath of the Phantom in this story and acts as the Phantom for the first time. According to this story, she later in life had four children and became a housewife.|
|"The Death Peddlers"||Bishop||Velluto||1872||Julie acts as the Phantom.|
|"Julie and the Witchdoctor"||Reimerthi||Felmang, Morrik||1880||Julie acts as the Phantom. Already married to Paul Colbert.|
|"Julie"||Worker||Bess||1886 (1887?)||Paul Colbert dies prior to July 1885. Julie becomes a doctor towards the end of 1886 and the main part is set thereafter, but earlier events are mentioned. Julie acts as the Phantom.|
|"The Gold Monkey"||Longstreet||Cruz||1887|
|"Temple of the Gods, Part 6: The Beasts Stir"||Bishop, Lindahl||Spadari||1888||In this story, Julie is still studying in Paris, which contradicts earlier stories where she becomes a doctor in 1886|
|"The Wages of Sin"||Reimerthi||Felmang, Morrik||1888||The story is said to take place in 1881 but The Whitechapel murders of Jack the Ripper happened in 1888|
|"Of the Same Blood"||Bishop||Spadari||1889||Julie's twin brother dies.|
|"The Moriarty Experiment"||Bishop||Spadari||1890?||Includes flashback to previous times Julie acted as the Phantom. Contradicts earlier stories by claiming that Julie married Paul Colbert in 1887 and that he died in 1889.|
|"The Demon"||Worker||Vallvé||18??||Undated general mentioning of she and her brother fighting Singh slave raids, with Julie acting as the Phantom.|
|"The First Assignment"||Raab||Mann||N/A||Mentioned only|
|"The Adventures of the Girl Phantom"||Wood?||Lignante||??|
|"The Girl Phantom"||?||Lignante||??|
|"The Riddle of the Witch"||Fortunato||Lignante||??|
|"The Secret of the Golden Ransom"||unknown||unknown||??|
|"Race Against Death"||Massie||Daly||1889–90||begins November 14 and ends 72 days later|
|"Here, There, Everywhere"||Kilpatrick||N/A||1889||not part of Moonstone's regular Phantom continuity|
|"The Ghost Who Dies"||Clay and Susan Griffith||N/A||1896||not part of Moonstone's regular Phantom continuity|
|1||"Chapter 1: A Study in Violet"||Sequeira||Paulos||1862 and 1888|
|2||"Chapter 2: Test of the Urban Villain"||Sequeira||Paulos||1888|
|3||"Chapter 3: The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mister Walker"||Sequeira||Paulos||1888|
|4||"Chapter 4: Weathering Hate"||Sequeira||Paulos||1888|
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