El Fantasma (Edmal / Impacto)
The series began publishing Phantom stories in 1958. The title was originally La Sombra (the name previously used in the Tit-Bits series). From issue #19, the title changed to El Fantasma, but the name La Sombra was kept in brackets. From issue #20, the title was only El Fantasma which continued to issue #66. After that, publication is contiuned by Edmal's successor – Editorial Impacto. Issues #93 – #97 were titled Impacto con El Fantasma. From issue #98, the title changed to El Espectro and Phantom stories continued until issue #108, but without the Phantom appearing on covers. El Espectro continued publishing after that, but later there were no more Phantom stories in every issues, as it had been sometimes replaced with "Mandrake the Magician". Number of page was increased to 100 or 164 and these issues contained previously published stories in this series.
All issues have 36 pages, printed in black and white. The stories were newspaper strip stories. The covers were illustrated by Argentine artists, for example Hugo D'Adderio, José Clemen, Julio Alvarez, Manuel Prendes, Ascanio, David Mangiarotti, José Luís García Lopez, Trento Fronza and a few unknown artists.