The 3rd Phantom

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The 3rd Phantom
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Active years (Team Fantomen):
Active years (Lee Falk):
Early 1600's
Active years (Moonstone):
Mid 1600's
Active years (Bastei):
Active years (Other producers):

The 3rd Phantom is one of the Phantoms.

Fictional Character Biography

According to Team Fantomen

The 3rd Phantom ran away from school and joined Shakespeare's theatre in order to become an actor. The 2nd Phantom tried to bring his son back but the son refused and told his father to let the tradition end with him. The 2nd Phantom then became totally silent, then turned around and travelled back to Bangalla. When the 2nd Phantom was mortally wounded, the ring was then sent to his son, carried by Duran, the chief of the Bandars. His son, then accepted the ring and went back to Bangalla, just in time to swear the Oath of the Phantom, before the 2nd Phantom died. The experience of being an actor, however, helped him in making dramatic effects, therefore a lot of the Phantom myth was settled or strengthened during his days.

In around 1622 the 3rd Phantom lived in the Skull Cave with a woman who referred to Chris, the future 4th Phantom, as "our son". The Pirates Prisoner

According to the Newspaper strip

The 3rd Phantom was educated in England. He ran away from school and joined Shakespeare's theatre in order to become an actor. When his father, the 2nd Phantom, heard of this he left Bangalla enraged and went to London, where he saw his son acting as Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet". The scene probably made the Phantom explode, though that is not explicitly stated in his chronicle. The Wig The Heirs The Name In 1604[citation needed] he married Rosamunda, Shakespeare's niece. Originally refusing to become the Phantom, he eventually changed his mind.

Later, the 3rd Phantom came to marry Princess Pura, the daughter of a Maharajah, and received Alexander's Diamond Cup as a wedding gift, by the man who was supposed to have married Pura. The Third Phantom However, that marriage has also been attributed to to the 4th Phantom, with the 3rd marrying an actress (presumably Rosamunda). Captain Amazon - Pirate Queen

The 3rd Phantom battled underground monsters on the island that later became Eden and left his mark on a wall in his own blood. Return to Eden

According to Moonstone

The 3rd Phantom died in 1625. Curse of the Phantom Part 1 However, he has also been mentioned to still be active in 1667. Five Days of the Dragon Chapter 1

According to Bastei

The 3rd Phantom was born in 1579, succeeded his father in 1610 and died in 1639. Die Ahnentafel Phantoms

He married Sarah, daughter of the Governor of India. Gold of the Green Hell

Notable Appearances

Daily/Sunday stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Wig" Falk Barry 1600–04
"The Third Phantom" Falk Barry 1602, 1615-16
"The Scorpia" Falk McCoy February 3rd, 1612 Diana claims it is the 1st Phantom.
Attributed to the 3rd Phantom in Team Fantomen lore.
"The Visitor" DePaul Weigel 1621
"Temple of the Gods, Part 2: Return to Eden" DePaul Ryan 1624

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Legend of the Swords, Part 1: Excalibur" Worker Vallvé 1588
"Guardian of the Eastern Dark, Part 1: The Man on the Zebra" Sol Spadari 16??
"Guardian of the Eastern Dark, Part 2: The Mountain of Doom" Sol Spadari 16??
"The Hunchback" Tierres Vallvé 1604
"The Mysterious Prisoner" Tierres Vallvé 1604
"Death's Hour" Tierres Vallvé 1604 the birth of the 4th Phantom
"Alliance of the Golden Ox" Reimerthi Spadari 1605
"The Witches' Sabbath" Kharelli Westad 1607
"The Devil's Smoke" Darell Bess 1607
"Mystery of the Golden Rune, Part 2: The Garden of Death" Worker Leppänen 1610 It's possible to count the year 1610 after reading all the Rune stories collected.
"The Mona Lisa Caper" Worker Vallvé 1612 From police report: "Jamaica 1612: Scorpia organization defeated and their leader,
Brunel de Gottschalk, killed by mysterious adventurer, known as the Phantom.
"A Deadly Game Reimerthi Cruz 1616
"The Man Who Could Not Die" Kharelli Bess 1617
"The Pirates Prisoner" Lundström Vallvé 1621-23 It is said to have taken place from when the future 4th Phantom was 15 till he was
17, though usually dated 1621-23.
"Wambalu the Witchman" Schröder Spadari 1624
"Temple of the Gods, Part 3: The Secret Sect" DePaul Ryan 1624
"The Hidden People" DePaul Felmang, Ferri 1625 the death of the 3rd Phantom

Moonstone stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"Curse of the Phantom Part 1" Raab Derington 1625 mentioned only as having died this year
"Five Days of the Dragon Chapter 1" Marz Procopio 1667 date inconsistent with previous story
"The Caves of the Naga" Odom Stribling

Bastei stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"Gold of the Green Hell" Mennigen Triay 1610

Frew stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"Evil Lurks in the Night" Andersson Boix 1605  

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