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The Lion's Head Tamarine
|The Lion's Head Tamarine|
|Start date:||March 11, 2001|
|End date:||October 7, 2001|
|# of strips:||31|
|Original colorist:||Graham Nolan|
|Preceded by:||"Woduro's Secret"|
|Followed by:||"The War Mongers"|
"The Lion's Head Tamarine" is the 154th Phantom Sunday story. The story was written by Claes Reimerthi and drawn by Graham Nolan.
In a small kingdom in The Misty Mountains, the heir to the throne is selected by a monkey. When the old ruler dies, marshal Zebal attempts to take power by placing a bomb in the airplane that brings the heir apparent, prince Bakhmet, back from his studies abroad.
- Prince Bakhmet
- Marshal Zebal
- Prince Tandor
- The Phantom moves as silently as the jungle cat.
Behind the scenes
- There is no real monkey species called Lion's Head Tamarine. There is however a group of species called Lion tamarin, of which one species is called Golden-headed Lion Tamarin.
This story has been published in the following publications:
- "The Lion's Head Tamarine", The Phantom #1310 (2001)
- "O Usurpador", O Fantasma Crônicas #2 (2002)
- Seura 19-50/2002
- "Leijona-apina", Mustanaamio 15/2004
- Pujabarshiki 2003
- "The Lion's Head Tamarine", The Phantom #17 (2021)
- "Løveapen", Fantomet 15/2004
- "Lejonapan", Fantomen 15/2004
- "Aslan Başlı Maymun", Kızılmaske #34 (2016)
- Daytona Beach News-Journal March, 11 2001 – October 7, 2001
- Galveston Daily News March, 11 2001 – ?, 2001
- Rome News-Tribune March, 11 2001 – October 7, 2001
- The Graham Nolan Sundays volume two (2005)