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Terror in Mawitaan

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Terror in Mawitaan
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Start date: April 6, 2003
End date: September 28, 2003
# of strips: 26
Writer: Tony DePaul
Artist: Graham Nolan
Original colorist: Graham Nolan
Preceded by: "The Snake Goddess's
Island
"
Followed by: "The Sinbad Stone"

"Terror in Mawitaan" is the 158th Phantom Sunday story. The story was written by Tony DePaul and drawn by Graham Nolan.

Plot Summary

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A group of terrorists led by Chatu cross the border from Rodia into Bangalla to use as a safe haven. In Mawitaan they park a truck with explosives in the garage below a government building where children live, and threaten president Luaga to have the bomb go off if the Bangalla authorities do not leave them alone.

Appearances

Recurring characters

Locations

Tribes

Old jungle sayings

  • There are times when the Phantom leaves the jungle and walks the streets of town like an ordinary man.

Phantom Lore

  • Talking drums


Trivia

  • One of Chatu's soldiers is drawn to look like Bryan Shedden, who maintained the Deepwoods.org website.
  • This story includes the first mentions of Team Fantomen creations Sarah Cartwright and Bengete in a newspaper strip story.
  • Several pages of this story use a different panel layout than the Phantom Sunday strip usually does. The strips in question are April 6, 20, 27, May 4, 11, June 29, July 6, 20, August 3 and 17, and it is the only time in the history of the Phantom Sunday strip that this layout has been used.

Related stories

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Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications:

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