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Waterman

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Waterman
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Start date: August 31st, 1997
End date: April 19th, 1998
# of strips: 34 pages
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: George Olesen,
Fred Fredericks
Original colorist: KFS staff
Preceded by: "Dig"
Followed by: "The Vanished Village"

"Waterman" is the 147th Phantom Sunday story. It was originally published in American newspapers from August 31st, 1997, to April 19th, 1998.

It was written by Lee Falk and drawn by George Olesen and Fred Fredericks.

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Behind the Scenes

  • Queen Karola of Kula-Ku is mentioned, but as Queen Kulana of Ku.
  • Her deceased husbands George, Kieth (sic) and Fred are named after the artists on the newspaper strip at the time.

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  • "Das Geheimnis der Fischmenschen", Phantom #1 (2022)

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