The Honolulu Advertiser

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The Honolulu Advertiser was an American newspaper that published "The Phantom" Sunday strip from 1955 to 1967.

History

The Honolulu Advertiser was a daily newspaper published in Honolulu, Hawaii.


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Published stories

Original story title Start date End date Comment
"Alexander's Cup" February 6, 1955 February 27, 1955 the last four weeks only
"The Gibs Brothers" March 6, 1955 April 3, 1955
"The Crescent Cult" April 10, 1955 August 7, 1955
"The Horned Star Demons" August 14, 1955 November 6, 1955
"A Proper Husband" November 13, 1955 February 12, 1956
"The Jungle Tourneys" February 19, 1956 May 20, 1956
"Pirate Day" May 27, 1956 August 19, 1956
"The Rattle" August 26, 1956 January 13, 1957
"Danglor, International Bank Thief" January 20, 1957 April 7, 1957
"A Lesson for Prince Orq" April 14, 1957 August 18, 1957
"The Frameup" August 25, 1957 December 22, 1957
"The Monster of Green Valley" December 29, 1957 July 27, 1958
"The Plant God of the Massau" August 3, 1958 December 21, 1958
"A Tale of the Good Mark" December 28, 1958 June 14, 1959
"The Childhood of the Phantom" June 21, 1959 January 3, 1960
"The River Gang" January 10, 1960 May 22, 1960
"The Honeymooners" May 29, 1960 October 23, 1960
"The Goggle-Eye Pirates" October 30, 1960 March 26, 1961
"Fluffy" April 2, 1961 August 13, 1961
"The Limper" August 20, 1961 October 29, 1961
"Queen Samaris XII" November 5, 1961 May 13, 1962
"Treasure of the Skull Cave" May 20, 1962 October 28, 1962
"The Astronaut and the Pirates" November 4, 1962 May 12, 1963
"Old Baldy" May 19, 1963 December 15, 1963
"The Giant Bird of Gandor" December 22, 1963 June 28, 1964
"The Founding of the Jungle Patrol" July 5, 1964 January 24, 1965
"The Great Web of Spidera" January 31, 1965 June 27, 1965
"Mystery of Wamba Falls Inn" July 4, 1965 October 24, 1965
"The Veiled Lady" October 31, 1965 May 8, 1966
"Rex King" May 15, 1966 December 11, 1966
"The Golden Sands of Keela-Wee" December 18, 1966 April 2, 1967
"The Lions of Kukhan" April 9, 1967 May 28, 1967 the first eight weeks only