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Latest revision as of 12:06, 14 January 2019

René de Montmorency
First appearance: "The Prisoner Who didn't Exist"
Created by: Claes Reimerthi and Jaime Vallvé


René de Montmorency was the son of the 1st Phantom and Gabrielle de Montmorency.

Fictional character biography

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Appearances

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Heart of Darkness IV - Part 1: The Missing Pages" Reimerthi Boix 1563
"The Heart of Darkness IV - Part 2: The Traitor" Reimerthi Boix 1563
"The Heart of Darkness IV - Part 3: The Tawny Owl Inn" Reimerthi Boix 1563
"The Heart of Darkness IV - Part 4: A Failed Attempt" Reimerthi Boix 1563
"The Heart of Darkness IV - Part 5: Hide and Seek" Reimerthi Boix 1563
"The Heart of Darkness IV - Part 7: The Key of Solomon" Reimerthi Boix 1563
"The Heart of Darkness IV - Part 8: Death in the Catacombs" Reimerthi Boix 1563
"The Prisoner Who didn't Exist" Tierres Vallvé 1572 first appearance
"The Blood Night" Reimerthi Vallvé 1572 It mainly takes place during the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre, the night to August 24, 1572.