Quinn and Wheaton excel as a Phantom artists. Their art meshes smoothly with Raab's writing. Their action scenes earn the right to be portrayed by the Phantom, but it's actually the aftermath of the turbulence that impresses the most. A tricky artistic display but effortlessly executed. Bucco make the Phantom's trademark purple look fantastic, and the colorist's reds enhance the tension, heighten the suspense and add to the authenticity of the setting. Read Full Review
With the series set up as a stream of two-issue arcs with alternating writers, The Phantom looks to maintain its quick-paced adventure while serving fans of all-ages thrills yearning for a new Silver Age. Read Full Review
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