Raab's characterization for the Phantom as usual impresses. He shows Kit Walker dedicated to his calling and portrays Diana as his partner. In a lesser writer's hands, Diana having been unwittingly rebuffed would have probably shouted "Well!" and darted off in a huff. Instead, she stays to provide her husband the moral support needed. She knew who she was marrying, and to have her behave any differently would have been an assault to the this remarkable woman's character. Diana, as did all the wives of the past Phantoms, accepts and admires her husband's reason for being. It is in fact because of these remarkable women the Phantom legend continues. For without a loving, understanding partner, the Phantom will truly die. Read Full Review
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