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The Goggle-Eyed Pirates

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The Goggle-Eyed Pirates
Produced for: The Story of the
#10 (1974)
# of pgs: 160
Writer: Frank S. Shawn
Artist: no illustrations
Original colorist: N/A
Producer: Avon Publications

"The Goggle-Eyed Pirates" is the Avon novel, written by Frank S. Shawn.


On a luxury liner in mid-ocean, a gang of weird pirates suddenly appears – as if out of nowhere. They rob the ship's vaults and passengers – then disappear just as mysteriously as they had come. How?

Piracy – to the Phantom – is like a red cape to a bull. For centuries – since the first Phantom's father was killed by pirates – the Phantom has been the nemesis of pirates everywhere. Now, once more, the Phantom must meet that threat as he rallies to seek out and destroy the mysterious GOGGLE-EYED PIRATES.

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