The Super-Jet Gang

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The Super-Jet Gang
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Start date: August 13th, 1967
End date: November 26th, 1967
# of strips: 16 pages
Writer: Lee Falk
Artist: Sy Barry
Original colorist: KFS staff
Preceded by: "The Lions of Kukhan"
Followed by: "Strangers at Keela-Wee"

"The Super-Jet Gang" is the 71st Phantom Sunday story. The story was written by Lee Falk and drawn by Sy Barry.

Plot Summary

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Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • Linda Hudson
  • Ed
  • Mac
  • Jack
  • Pete



Old jungle sayings

  • There are times when the Phantom leaves the jungle and walks the streets of town like an ordinary man.


This story has been published in the following publications:

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  • Le Soleil August 12, 1967 – November 25, 1967
  • La Patrie August 13, 1967 – November 26, 1967

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  • El Tiempo November 5, 1967 – February 18, 1968

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  • "Πειρατες Στον Αερα" (romanized as "Peirates Ston Aera"), Fantom #10 (1975)

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  • Vikan March 28, 1968 – July 11, 1968

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  • "נגד שודדי הסילון" (romanized as "Phantom Neged Shoddey Asilon"), Bucky #38#41 (1968)

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  • "La banda del superjet", El Informador October 22, 1967 – February 4, 1968

Mini netherlands.gif The Netherlands

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  • "Phantom und die fliegenden Teufel", Phantom #27 (1975; +Team Fantomen prologue by Anders Thorell)
  • "Phantom und die fliegenden Teufel", Phantom Das große Album #5 (+Team Fantomen prologue by Anders Thorell)

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