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The Phantom (2003 Series) #15

March 8, 2007

The Phantom #15 (Moonstone)
By Mike Bullock, Carlos Magno & Joe Prado

The two-part “Walker’s Line” comes to an end in fine fashion. The Phantom — this time in an urban jungle instead of an actual one, is holding vigil over the bed of his elderly aunt. As he takes to the streets, he finds himself cleaning up some muggers and would-be rapists, unaware that the fight is going to be brought to Aunt Bessie’s room. Mike Bullock has put together a very satisfying, old-school superhero story. The bit with the aunt aside, the whole thing is very Spider-Man-esque, which actually makes for a very interesting setting for the Phantom. Magno‘s artwork is eally great — detailed, but still clean, with really sharp panel layouts and choreography. This book looks as good as anything coming out of the Big Two, and it reads better than most of it.
Rating: 8/10

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