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The Jungle Saying

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The Jungle Saying
Produced for: Fantomen 6/1997
# of pgs: 26
Writer: Scott Goodall
Artist: Carlos Cruz
Original colorist: Times Graphics Singapore
Producer: Semic Press

"The Jungle Saying" is a 1997 Team Fantomen story, written by Scott Goodall, with art by Carlos Cruz.

Plot summary

The 12th Phantom arrives in the desert town Mucar and is revolted by the display of slaves being bought and sold. One of the slave traders is Salomar, who attack jungle villages and kidnap young people to sell them as slaves. The slaves are brought to The Exalted One, a young woman who lives in a palace in Mucar. When she hears that The Phantom is making it difficult for slavers, she wants to have The Phantom as her own slave.


Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • Mafud
  • Salomar
  • Ahmed, slaver
  • Abu, slave
  • Yssif, slave
  • Baku, slave
  • Exalted One



Phantom lore

  • Talking drums

Old Jungle Sayings

  • "You never find the Phantom, he finds you."

Related stories

Preceded by

Refers to


This story has been published in the following publications:

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  • "Djungelordspråken - Gamle Moz berättar: Du hittar aldrig Fantomen - han hittar dig", Fantomen 6/1997
  • "Djungelordspråken - Gamle Moz berättar: Du hittar aldrig Fantomen - han hittar dig", Fantomen Krönika 3/2005