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The Sinbad Stone
|The Sinbad Stone|
|Start date:||October 5, 2003|
|End date:||March 28, 2004|
|# of strips:||26|
|Original colorist:||Graham Nolan|
|Preceded by:||"Terror in Mawitaan"|
|Followed by:||"The Viking Fortress|
"The Sinbad Stone" is the 159th Phantom Sunday story. The story was written and drawn by Graham Nolan, and is the first and only newspaper strip story created by only one person.
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- Professor Banning
- unnamed island
- The Sinbad Stone
- The Phantom is rough with roughnecks.
- The Phantom is silent as a jungle cat.
Behind the scenes
- Graham Nolan named the character DePaul after writer Tony DePaul, who was unable to write new scripts at the time due to a serious motorcycle accident. This was the first time that his name appeared in the newspaper strip, as he didn't recieve official credit until 2005.
- This story is one of the few examples where the Phantom can be seen unmasked.
- "Terror in Mawitaan" by Tony DePaul and Graham Nolan.
This story has been published in the following publications:
- "The Sinbad Stone", The Phantom #1384 (2003)
- "A Pedra de Simbad", O Fantasma #10 (2021)
- Seura 7-35/2005
- "Sinbadin smaragdi", Mustanaamio 12-13/2009
- Pujabarshiki 2004
- "The Sinbad Stone", The Phantom #2 (2020)
- "Sinbads smaragd", Fantomet 11-12/2009
- "Sinbads smaragd", Fantomen 12-13/2009
- "Simbad Taşı", Kızılmaske #36 (2016)
- Chippewa Herald October 5, 2003 – March 28, 2004
- Daytona Beach News-Journal October 5, 2003 – March 28, 2004
- Reading Eagle October 5, 2003 – March 28, 2004
- Republican Herald October 5, 2003 – March 28, 2004
- St. Petersburg Times October 5, 2003 – March 28, 2004
- "The Sinbad Stone", The Graham Nolan Sundays volume one (2005)