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Don't Awaken the Ghost Who Sleeps

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Don't Awaken the Ghost Who Sleeps
Produced for: L'Uomo Mascherato #193
# of pgs: 24
Writer: unknown
Artist: Senio Pratesi
Original colorist: unknown
Producer: Fratelli Spada

"Don't Awaken the Ghost Who Sleeps" is a 1966 Fratelli Spada story by Senio Pratesi.

Plot summary

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Recurring characters

One-time characters


  • unspecified African country





Old jungle sayings

Behind the scenes

  • When this story was published in Sweden, the text B.W.23 on the first page indicates that it is the 23rd story that Bertil Wilhelmsson worked on. This practice of indicating the creators by initials and a serial number on the first page is still used on some comic strips produced in Sweden, but was abandoned rather quickly for "The Phantom".


This story has been published in the following publications:

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  • "Heißes Blei für kalte Killer", Phantom #24 (1975; with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)
  • "Heißes Blei für kalte Killer", Phantom Das große Album #5 (with additional art by Bertil Wilhelmsson)