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The First 50 Years of The Phantom

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The First 50 Years of The Phantom
Cover artist: unknown
Country/language: Mini australia.gif Australia / English
Format: 18 × 25 cm
Pages: 42 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: September 9, 1998
Editor: Jim Shepherd
Publishing company: Frew Publications
Preceded by: N/A
Followed by: N/A

Index The First 50 Years of The Phantom is a separate supplement of "The Phantom 1209 (Frew)" regular issue which celebrates Frew's 50th Anniversary of publishing Phantom Comics.


  • "50 years of Frew and The Phantom", introduction by Jim Shepherd.
  • "The Frew Phantom publishing chronology", list of issues year by year.
  • "The Lee Falk Phantom chronology", list of Daily & Sunday strips with Frew printings correspondance.
  • "Egmont Phantom stories" as published in Frew issues (writers and artists cited).
  • "Non Lee Falk and non Semic/Egmont stories" as published in Frew issues (writers and artists cited).
  • "Frew story titles", list of original story titles changed by Frew.
  • "Unnumbered issues:explanation about missing number #330; Frew logo (how and when he appears)
  • "Feature articles", list of issues having special articles and/or introductions.
  • "Supplementary editions" (about "Super Yank","The Phantom Adventures" and "Giant Size Phantom" Frew publications).
  • "Explanatory notes"
  • "Frew miscellany" list of filler material featured in Frew issues.