Captain Kit Walker

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Captain Kit Walker
First appearance: "Walker's Table"
Created by: Lee Falk & Sy Barry

Captain Kit Walker was the father of Kit Walker, who became the 1st Phantom, and was killed in front of his son during a Singh pirate attack on their ship outside the coast of Bangalla.

Fictional Character Biography

According to Lee Falk

In 1492, Kit Walker appeared in Palos de la Frontera and became a member of the crew of Christopher Columbus' travel to the New World. At the new world, he befriended an indian, Caribo, and they came together to travel to the American continent in search of golden cities whom Columbus believed existed. There Caribo was nearly sacrificed to gods, but was saved by Kit. They then travelled to the north and reached Walker's Table, whom they mistook as a golden city at distance. They realized their mistake when they reached it. By scaring away local indians with gun firing, the place got a reputation of being haunted by the locals, a reputation it has had even in modern times. The place was named Walker's Table after Kit, who was the first to see it.

Kit later came to travel back to Europe and get his own ship, he also married and had a son named Kit. In the quest of exploring new trade routes, he sailed past the Cape of Good Hope and finally came to Bengali, where their ship was attacked by Singh pirates. Captain Kit Walker was killed in the battle that followed, together with his old friend Caribo and the rest of the crew, except for his son that fell overboard and was washed ashore. Walker's Table

According to Team Fantomen

His father was named John The Cabin Boy and the Princess and he had a brother named Jonathan who lived in Chichester. The Usurer.


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Daily/Sunday stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"Walker's Table" Falk Barry
"The Lookout" Falk Olesen, Fredericks 1497–1502 discovers Walker's Table in 1502

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"Captain Walker's Log Book, Part 1" Reimerthi Felmang, Usam ??
"The Wreck in Bengali Bay" Avenell Felmang, Ferri, Benny
"Jungle Adventures: Caesar's Laurel" Årnes Bade ??
"The Avenger" Lundström Vallvé ??
"In the Shadow of Death" Reimerthi Spadari
"The Cabin Boy and the Princess" Lundström Lindahl ??
"The Sons of Captain Walker" Lundström Lindahl ??
"The Usurer" Rassy Bade 1542 mentioned