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Bucky (written בוקי in Hebrew) was an Israeli comic magazine published by Armol Ltd. from 1967 to 1971. The name was taken from "Buck Rogers" which was one of the magazine's premier heroes in the first years.

Bucky was Israel's longest running comics magazine of all time. Each issue included several comics in black and white from various sources American English and some time even Australian! Heroes included "Buck Rogers", "Flash Gordon", "The Phantom", "Mandrake the Magician", "Superman", "Batman", "Thor", "The X-Men", "Iron Man", the British super criminal "Spider", and many others aswell as various westerns, war, crime stories etc. The covers were in color. Each Phantom story had a color cover as well.

In total, 170 issues were published and "The Phantom" appeared in 17 issues. In addition, the Phantom appeared on the covers of the following issues that did not include Phantom stories: #5, #10, #12, #42, #44, and #53 (wraparound cover).


The Phantom has appeared on the covers of the following issues of Bucky:

Published stories

Issues Title Writer Artist Comments
"The Swamp Rats" Falk McCoy
"The Lions of Kukhan" Falk Barry
"The Secret of Magic Mountain" Wood Lignante
"The Super-Jet Gang" Falk Barry
"Strangers at Keela-Wee" Falk Barry
"The Little Ones" Falk Barry incomplete
124126 "The Little Ones" Falk Barry

Issue overview

10 12 15 22 23  
41 42 44 50 51 52 53 59 60
1969 124 125 126