The 13th Phantom

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The 13th Phantom
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Active years (Team Fantomen):
Active years (Lee Falk):
Active years (Moonstone):
Active years (Bastei):
Active years (Other producers):
DC: killed 1811

The 13th Phantom is one of the Phantoms.

Fictional Character Biography

According to Team Fantomen

He was born in 1775 to the 12th Phantom and Marion Trelawney.

While in Cornwall, he came to befriend Ben Oakes, a future colonel of the Jungle Patrol.

He swore the Oath of the Skull in Paris in 1793 in the prescence of his mortally wounded father, shortly before the father was finished by the man who wounded him. In the Shadow of the Guillotine

According to the Newspaper strip

He was born a couple of years after the American Revolutionary War (which ended in 1783) and his maternal grandfather was an influential American who made him meet with all the important leaders. He then fell in love with Jeanette Lafitte, the sister of the famous pirate Jean Lafitte, and came to marry her after becoming the Phantom. He finally got her brother's permission, though Jean Lafitte was dying then and was later buried in the Vault of Missing Men in the Skull Cave. The Vault of Missing Men

It has also been mentioned that it was the 14th Phantom who married Jeanette Lafitte. The Phantom Cowboy, and that the 13th Phantom married an indian chief's daughter. Buried Treasure

In 1795, the 13th Phantom wrote down events from 1745 about a Sangh pirate attack on a Spanish ship that his grandfather the 11th Phantom had told him about Buried Treasure

According to Moonstone

He met three former musketeers.

According to DC

The 13th Phantom was killed in 1811 fighting Tiberius Chessman on top of Phantom Head Peak. After being stabbed by Tiberius, The 13th Phantom grabbed Tiberius and in the process they both fell from the top of the peak killing Tiberius and himself upon landing on the ground below.

According to Bastei

The 11th Phantom was born in 1885, succeeded his father in 1881 and died in 1929. Die Ahnentafel Phantoms

Notable Appearances

Daily/Sunday stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Vault of Missing Men" Falk Barry ?? (within Falk lore, also attributed to the 14th Phantom)
"Buried Treasure" Falk Olesen, Williams 1795 mentioned, married an indian chief's daughter
"The Spy Ship" DePaul Weigel 1803 he explores Australia with George Bass
"The Rat Must Die" De Paul Weigel 1818 mentioned, married Lafitte's sister

Team Fantomen stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Ghost Pirates" Worker Vallvé 1785  
"In the Shadow of Death" Tierres Vallvé 1785  
"The Ghost Pirates" Worker Vallvé 1785 The 13th Phantom visits Cornwall
"Revenge of the Shipwreckers" Reimerthi Giordano 1786 The 13th Phantom visits Cornwall
"Jamaica Jack's Treasure" Reimerthi Vallvé 1789  
"The Apprentice" Raab Bade 17?? The school curriculum suggests that the future 13th Phantom is at least 14-15 years old
"Mystery of the Crypt" Reimerthi Boix 1790  
"Burnt Offering" Reimerthi Bade 1791  
"The Montbar Treasure" Reimerthi Boix 1793  
"The Philosopher's Stone, Part 1: Phoenix Reborn" Reimerthi Lindahl 1793 Brief mention that he spent late summer 1793 in Paris with the 12th Phantom
"In the Shadow of the Guillotine" Reimerthi Bade 1793 The 12th Phantom is mortally wounded in Paris and his son, the 13th Phantom, swears the Oath of the Skull and gets the rings
before the 12th is finished off by a Robiespierre henchman.
"Power of the Skull Mark" Reimerthi Bade 1793
"The Cathedral Mystery" Goodall Mitton 1793 The 13th Phantom appears in November 1793 when has already succeeded his father
"Marsh of the Endless Wind" Goodall Mitton 1793  
"The Crown Prince Mystery" DePaul Lindahl 1794-95  
"Mombutu: The Power of Evil" DePaul Leppänen 1796  
"The Legend of the Swords, Part 2: Durandal" Worker Vallvé 1797  
"Cleopatra's Asp" Tierres Leppänen 1798  
"Satan's Horn" Avenell Cruz 1799  
"The Resurrection Man" Reimerthi Bade 1799  
"The Slavers" Lundström Eralp 1803  
"Seaman Walker" Andersson, Granberg Vallvé 1804  
"The Ghost of HMS Atropos" Worker Felmang, Waldrag, Ferri 180?  
"Goldhand" Lundström Bess 1802  
"Black Poe's Treasure" Gauraz Bess 1805  
"The Castle of Evil" Worker Lindahl 1807  
"The Witch" Worker Vallvé 1807  
"The Clock Maker" DePaul Bade 1807  
"The Coast of Chains" Carlsson Spay  
"The False Jean Lafitte" Reimerthi Spay  
"Revenge of the Pirate Queen" Worker Spadari ca 1810-11 Undated, though set a couple of years after 1805.

DC stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Ghost Who Walks" David Orlando, Janke ??
"Across the Great Divide" David Orlando, Janke ??
"In Over Their Heads" David Orlando, Janke ??
"The Phantom Strikes Back" David Orlando, Janke 1811

Moonstone stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"Worth Beyond Measure" Bullock Zeu ca 1816
"Man O' War" Bullock Szilagyi, Zeu ????
"I of the Storm" Bullock Bryant ???? prose story
"Left Hand of the Devil" Weinberg Bennett ????

Bastei stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"The Guardians of the Lost Totem" Mennigen ?? about 100 years ago According to this story the 13th Phantom was already active about 1880s which contradicts the regular Bastei timeline where he succeeded his father in 1913.

Frew stories

Title Writer Artist Set in Comments
"Crippled Jake" Foley Foley  

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