The Floating Island
|The Floating Island|
|Produced for:||Fantomen 2/1984|
|# of pgs:||32|
Exploring a previously unknown floating island off the coast from the Mori village, The Phantom finds a treasure chest and a short message from a sailor, Seymour Barr. After placing an ad, he is contacted by a man who claims to be Barr's decendant. The treasure includes a white rider on an elephant and this item holds great value to The Singh Brotherhood.
- Moure of the Mori
- Morani of the Mori
- Unnamed Mori chief
- Wan-Gaij / Will Greed
- Raoul, Singh pirate
- The Phantom has a thousand eyes and a thousand ears.
- When the Phantom moves, lightning stands still.
- You never find the Phantom, he finds you.
Behind the Scenes
- The original Swedish name for the object in this story is "Den vita ryttaren" which means "The White Rider". Although it is clearly shown in the images that the Rider is sitting on an elephant, Frew chose the incorrect English translation "The White Horseman" when the story was published in Australia.
- The character Seymour Barr is named after Phantom artist Seymour "Sy" Barry.
This story has been published in the following publications:
- "Den flydende ø", Fantomet #262 (1985)