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The Wharf Rats (Sunday story)

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The Wharf Rats
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Start date: August 22nd, 1999
End date: December 26th, 1999
# of strips: 19
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: George Olesen &
Fred Fredericks
Original colorist: KFS staff
Preceded by: "The Kidnappers"
Followed by: "The Shipwreckers"

"The Wharf Rats" is the 151st Phantom Sunday story. It was originally published in American newspapers from August 22nd, 1999 to December 26th, 1999.

The story is a remake of the 1962 daily story with the same name. This was due to Lee Falk's passing in early 1999, which caused King Features Syndicate to quickly need a script to use for the Sunday stories.

Plot Summary

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Appearances

Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • Peters
  • Al
  • Lottie
  • Matt

Locations

Tribes

Organizations

Vehicles

Old jungle sayings

  • There are times when the Phantom leaves the jungle and walks the streets of the town as an ordinary man.
  • The Phantom in a fury is a sight to behold.
  • Phantom is rough with ruffians.
  • The cold voice of angry Phantom freezes blood.


Related stories

Remake of

Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications:

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  • Anandamela ?, 2002 – April 24, 2002
  • "ഫാന്റവും ആക്രമീസംഘവും" (romanized as "Phantavum Akramisanghavum"), Phantom #5 (2019)

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