Raab cannot be chastised too much since Lee Falk himself originated the conceit. The contemporary Phantom seen in the strips and the comic books, published all around the world, I may add, is the same hero who fell in love with Diana in the thirties, and this is the same thirties Diana who fell in love with him. You could argue that perhaps the Phantom legacy has just been falling in love with brunettes named Diana--Freud would love it, but it's a tough argument to cut with Occum's Razor. Still there's some real confusion plotwise though not as much as another time-line muddled story that in addition made the reader nauseous. Read Full Review
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