The 12th Phantom
|The 12th Phantom|
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The 12th Phantom is one of the Phantoms.
Fictional Character Biography
According to Team Fantomen
In 1773, he was accused of murder of his maternal grandfather, Claudio di Mascarelli. His father, however, managed to free him and prove his innocence.
He married Marion Trelawney in 1774. .
He became mortally wounded in Paris in 1793 when he was shot in the back. He made his son swear the Oath of the Skull and left him the rings, and stayed behind to buy some time for his son and two young ladies that they were helping. When their enemies entered the room, three shots were fired and the 12th Phantom was killed.
According to the Newspaper strip
He was the first of the Phantom line to encounter a tribe of diminutive people called the Irrondi living beyond the Misty Mountains and save them from a neighbouring tribe of giant people called the Great Ones.
He was also the first one to come across the mysterious place called Erehwon where, like Rip Van Winkle, he slept for three years.
According to Bastei
The 12th Phantom was born in 1854, succeeded his father in 1881 and died in 1913.
He had a horse named Hero and a wolf named Devil. He saved Bandars from pirates who intended to sell them as slaves. One of the pirates later founded Morristown.
|"Phantom World"||Falk||Barry, Olesen, Doescher||1725|
|"The Spy Ship"||DePaul||Weigel||1760||Due to a 'clerical error' attributed to the 16th Phantom|
|"The Irrondi and the Great Ones"||Falk||Barry||200 years ago|
|"Son of the Desert"||Vallvé, Granberg||Vallvé||1757-1758||The time measurements indicate that the story ended in 1758.|
|"A Strong Case"||Lundström||Lindahl||1765 & 1767||Studies in London 1765—1767. Kit is said to be 10 years old in 1767|
|"Dangerous Inheritance"||Granberg||Vallvé||17??||The 12th Phantom appear to be between 10 and 12 years old|
|"The Venetian Ghost"||Tierres||Vallvé||1773||Studies in Venice at this time. Story takes place from early February 1773 and the following weeks.|
|"The Immortal"||Lundström||Felmang||1773||Studies law in Rome at this time|
|"The Doomsday Weapon"||Worker||Leppänen||1775||Studies at a university in Rome at this time|
|"The Cruel Revenge"||Reimerthi||Boix||January 1775||Follows directly from "The Doomsday Weapon"|
|"Blood Red Sea||Reimerthi||Boix||Starts in February 1775||Begins after Renate's burial, the 11th Phantom dies|
|"The Moor of Death"||Tierres||Vallvé||1775||Set in early 1775, his wife is said to be pregnant at this time|
|"The Spear of Destiny, Part 2"||Raab||Boix||1775||In Norwegian Krønikebok #12 suggested that story could be set in 1789, because there is a reference to|
plots taken place in "The Ambassador" from 1776.
|"The Devil's Cauldron"||Tierres||Vallvé||1776|
|"The Treasure Hunt"||Lundström||Vallvé||17??|
|"From the Other Side of the Grave"||Tierres||Vallvé||1777|
|"Mystery of the Golden Rune, Part 4: Cagliostro Mystery"||Worker||Cruz||17??|
|"The Jungle Saying"||Goodall||Boix||1780|
|"The Slave Ship Zong"||Lundström||Lindahl||1781—1783|
|"City of the Priest King"||Worker||Vallvé||1782||Note that he hunted a pirate together with the Jungle Patrol.|
|"The Golden Fleece, Part 3: Medea's Revenge"||Reimerthi||Boix||1783|
|"The Philosopher's Stone, Part 3: The Lost Library"||Reimerthi||Saviuk, Giordano||1785?||The story begins in autumn 1784 but the main events several months later.|
|"The Ghost Pirates"||Worker||Vallvé||1785|
|"In the Shadow of Death"||Tierres||Vallvé||1785||November|
|"Revenge of the Shipwreckers"||Reimerthi||Giordano||1786|
|"The Mystery on Cape Cod"||Worker||Spadari||1786|
|"The Curse of Robert Fitzgiles||Madden||Spadari||1787||He is said to have studied at Eton college in his youth|
|"Black Poe's Treasure"||Gauraz||Bess||1788|
|"The Escape from the Bastille"||Worker||Vallvé||1789|
|"The Cathedral Mystery"||Goodall||Mitton||1789|
|"Nectar of the Gods"||Goodall||Mitton||17??|
|"Jamaica Jack's Treasure"||Reimerthi||Vallvé||1789|
|"Mystery of the Crypt"||Reimerthi||Boix||1790|
|"The Ibis Mystery, Part 2: Kazcim Master of the Dumb"||Worker||Leppänen||1790|
|"Burnt Offering"||Reimerthi||Bade||1791||Set in summer 1791|
|"Puppets of Death"||Reimerthi||Cruz||1791||Set in autumn 1791|
|"The Lethal Science"||Reimerthi||Lindahl||1789, 1791-92||Begins in February 1789. The real story begins 1791 or 1792, when the 12th Phantom is asked to|
investigate a thing, in late January 1792, he arrives to Sweden. Stays for a short time, then travels to London.
|"The King is Dead"||Worker||Leppänen||1792||Arrives by ship to London in February 1792, then visits Sweden in March 1792|
|"The Montbar Treasure"||Reimerthi||Boix||1793|
|"The Philosopher's Stone, Part 1: Phoenix Reborn"||Reimerthi||Lindahl||1793||He is said to have been mortally wounded in Paris by Robespierre's followers.|
|"In the Shadow of the Guillotine"||Reimerthi||Bade||1793||The 12th Phantom is killed.|
|"Against the Terror"||Cox||Sutton||1793|
|"The Slave Caravan"||Mennigen||unknown||unknown|
|The 21st and current Phantom|
The Past Phantoms