The 19th Phantom
|The 19th Phantom|
|Active years (Team Fantomen):|
|Active years (Lee Falk):|
|early 20th century|
|Active years (Moonstone):|
|active in 1933|
|Active years (Bastei):|
|Active years (Other producers):|
The 19th Phantom is one of the Phantoms.
Fictional Character Biography
According to Team Fantomen
The 19th Phantom was born 1890 and took over as Phantom in 1908. He is considered to be the strongest Phantom ever.1
Sometimes around 1908-1909 he met Jane Cary, the sister of a Dr. Bart Cary, who had saved his life. He asked her to marry him and she gave the appropriate answer that he had to ask her brother. Her brother refused and tried to force her to leave Bangalla, the 19th Phantom then abducted her, with her approval. In 1910, dr Bart Cary was abducted to the Skull Cave to watch his sisters wedding, while himself tied with ropes. After then losing his hospital in a fire, dr Bart Cary leaved Bangalla to never return.
1912, the son Kit was born, the future 20th Phantom.
According to Lee Falk
"The Heirs" and "Captain Amazon - Pirate Queen" says that the 19th Phantom married an unnamed South American explorer's daughter. The story of Jane Cary, as told above, has been attributed to both the 19th and the 18th Phantom.
According to Tony DePaul
The 19th Phantom fought during World War I as a frontline soldier.
According to Moonstone
In november 1933 the 19th Phantom visited Nepal were he fought the Singh Brotherhood.
According to Bastei
According to the Bastei stories, the current Phantom is the 15th, meaning that there hasn't yet appeared a 19th Phantom.
According to Fratelli Spada
The 18th Phantom married Lara Collins, daughter of a professor at Oxford.
|"The Adventures of Lucy Cary"||Falk||Barry||??|
|"Tale of the Good Mark"||Falk||Barry||??|
|"The Aeronaut"||DePaul||Ryan||Sometime between 1914-1918||Flashback set during World War I|
|"The Dark Secret"||DePaul||Spadari||190?|
|"Vultures Over Vacul"||Bull||Vallvé||1908|
|"The Prisoner in Marrakech"||Lundström||Vallvé||1912|
|"The Missing Link"||Tierres||Felmang, Benny||1912|
|"Lost on the Phantom Trail"||Th. Pélerin||Leppänen||1916|
|"Bastis the Cat Goddess"||Reimerthi||Felmang, Benny||1922|
|"The Ibis Mystery, Part 1: The Evil Paradise"||Worker||Leppänen||19??|
|"The Golden Fleece, Part 1: Argo"||Reimerthi||Boix||192?|
|"The Ibis Mystery, Part 3: Scarface"||Worker||Leppänen||ca. 1923||Sometimes dated to 1933, which is impossible since the 20th Phantom, born 1912, appears to be 10-12 years old.|
|"The King of Chicago, Part 1"||Moberg||Lindahl||19??|
|"The King of Chicago, Part 2"||Moberg||Lindahl||19??|
|"The Mystery at Pendragon House"||Reimerthi||Boix||1927|
|"The Zombie Maker"||Frognes||Boix||1927|
|"The Witchdoctor's Secret"||Frognes||Bade||1927|
|"The Pugilist"||Reimerthi,||Felmang, Benny||192?||Sometimes claimed 1927, however, the stories of the Triads begins at the end of the 1920s and and at the early 1930s, and part 2 of those stories continues where this story ends.|
|"The Triads, Part 1: Deadly Cargo"||Reimerthi||Felmang, Benny||192?|
|"The Triads, Part 2: The Five Thunderbolts"||Reimerthi||Felmang, Rancho||192?|
|"The Triads, Part 3: The Tiger Queen"||Reimerthi||Felmang, Ferri||193?|
|"The Triads, Part 4: Death in Shanghai"||Reimerthi||Felmang, Ferri||193?|
|"The Triads, Part 5: At the End of the Road"||Reimerthi||Felmang, Benny||192?|
|"The Demon's Image"||DePaul||Bade||193?|
|"The Cloud Pirates"||Worker||Leppänen||1933|
|"Patrolman Weeks Suspended"||Reimerthi||Mann||193?|
|"Deadly Intent"||Tierres||Wilhelmson, Eralp||193?|
|"The Last Viking"||Worker||Lindahl||1936||When reprinted in Fantomen Krönika 1/2001 the date is changed to 1934, given that the 19th Phantom died in 1935.|
|"Return of the Ghost"||Lundström||Vallvé||1935||Originally dated to 1924 but redated in Fantomen Krönika 1/2001|
|"Five Days of the Dragon Chapter 4"||Nieves||Akins, Wolak||November, 1933|
|"Ken, of the Dynasty"||Cambiotti||Casabianca||18??||Changed to the 18th Phantom within Team Fantomen lore.|
|"The Empty Cave"||Cornell||Cornell||1894|
|"The Empty Cave Part 2: Phantom by Gaslight"||Cornell||Cornell, Ford||1894|
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