Hermes Press has announced that it has collected the Charlton years of The Phantom (1962-1977) and is releasing the series in digital format via comiXology.

Volume One of The Charlton Years picks up with The Phantom #30, that publisher’s first issue, and features all The Phantom stories from nine complete comic books. Volume One of The Charlton years highlights art by Jim Aparo and stories by Dick Wood.

According to Hermes Press, the company has digitally remastered the series to look better than the original.

via Hermes Press

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