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Queen Sansamor and the Sixth Man

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Queen Sansamor and the Sixth Man
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Start date: October 10th, 1955
End date: January 21st, 1956
# of strips: 90 (15 weeks)
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Wilson McCoy
Original colorist: N/A
Preceded by: "Dr Axel and the Witchmen"
Followed by: "The Wisdom of Solomon"

"Queen Sansamor and the Sixth Man" is the 59th Phantom daily story. The story was written by Lee Falk and drawn by Wilson McCoy.

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This story has been published in the following publications:

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  • Hejmdal September 18, 1957 – January 7, 1958

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  • "Ratu Sansamor", Siasat August 21, 1957 – March 12, 1958

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