He is one of the most famous heroes of all, known around the globe as The Ghost Who Walks. And in the late 50s, he had a rather unexpected creator on his side… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Harvey Hits #12 – The Phantom awaits!
Hermes Press has announced a new The Phantom mini-series that is going to arrive this summer, and as part of the announcement the publisher has tapped Ron Goulart to write, and Sean Joyce to provide the art.
The Phantom has been around for about as long as the most popular superheroes, and in August, Hermes Press will release the first collection of his Avon book run.
Currently, Dynamite Entertainment and Hermes Press are releasing Phantom comics in the United States of America. Other countries have their own Phantom publishers, which is good for a hero that has been around since 1936. Hermes Press has announced issue two of its series, and we have the rundown, after the jump.
Press Release Available now online and at local comic shops, Hermes Press would like to announce that The Phantom Charlton Volume 3 and the Murphy Anderson Buck Rogers Sundays are now available!
Press Release The Phantom returns to comic books with Hermes Press! Starting in September, Hermes Press will begin the release of an all-new, six part mini-series featuring the classic Ghost Who Walks, helmed by super-star writer Peter David with artwork by seasoned veteran and Phantom chronicler extraordinaire Sal Velluto.
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.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files: Fool Moon #3, The Living Corpse: Exhumed #1, The Green Hornet: Year One #11, and The Last Phantom #8, that you can check out, after the jump.
Press Release Hermes Press continues chronicling the original comic strip adventures of The Phantom with The Phantom: The Complete Newspaper Dailies by Lee Falk and Ray Moore-Volume Three, 1939-1941. This hardcover library edition features strips shot directly from the original proofs, in crisp black and white.