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Hooded Justice, Part 1

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Hooded Justice, Part 1
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Produced for: Fantomen 23/2009
# of pgs: 32
Writer: David Bishop
Artist: Sal Velluto, Bob Almond1,
Keith Williams2
Original colorist: Reprostugan
Producer: Egmont Kärnan

"Hooded Justice, Part 1" is a 2009 Team Fantomen story, written by David Bishop, with art by Sal Velluto (assisted by Bob Almond1 and Keith Williams2).

Plot summary

In 1646 The 5th Phantom is robbed and struck down by highwaymen outside Nottingham, England. Uncouncious he finds himself back in medieval times and meets Little John and his men who are fighting against the terror of the Sheriff of Nottingham. The Phantom becomes the leader of the robbers of the Sherwood Forest, known as "The Hooded Robber".


Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • Stoppard
  • Thomas
  • Stiletto (mentioned only)

Fictional characters

  • Little John
  • The Sheriff of Nottingham
  • Maid Marian
  • Will Scarlet


Items Items in the Major Treasure Room:

Behind the scenes

  • Bob Almond was an uncredited assistant for Sal Velluto, and inked 10 pages of the story.1 The story pages inked by Almond were pages 13-14, 16-17, 20-21, 24-25, 27, and 32.2 Bob has written an article in Sketch Magazine #42 (2013), showing examples of the inking process for page 17 of this story.
  • Keith Williams was an uncredited assistant for Sal Velluto, and inked at least two pages of the story; pages 15 and 18.2

Related stories


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This story has been published in the following publications:

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