254 (1976) The Noble Lineage

"The Noble Lineage" is the "Triumph of Evil" from Charlton  #67 (Oct 1975).

Writer: Joe Gill   
Artist: Don Newton
 

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It's scanned & edited by Venkitachalam Subramanian. All thanks & credits go to him.  

6 comments:

Venkitachalam Subramanian on 26 March 2011 at 07:26 said...

Though a die-hard fan of Lee Falk - Sy Barry combo, I think Don Newton was an artist who came as whiff of fresh air in drawing the Phantom. His panels almost make us think we were watching a movie. I know there will be people who think otherwise and I respect their opinion.

Colonel Worobu on 27 March 2011 at 03:11 said...

When I was a kid reading these for the first time I used to hate all non Sy Barry stories. But being older and matured now, I appreciate these departures from the Lee Falk canon. They offer a different perspective of the phantom. The phantom is always in some real danger in these stories whereas in the Lee Falk stories, the phantom is almost always invincible.

PBC on 27 March 2011 at 20:01 said...

@Colonel WorobuI also liked Sy Barry's stories only.
But now a days, same view like Venkit & yours.

Venkitachalam Subramanian on 27 March 2011 at 23:42 said...

There was at least another one drawn by Newton, which was equally vivid in the action scenes. I think it was IJC 273. I will soon be providing the original one. The present one available is not a 32 page one and is the Charlton one with the IJC cover.

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:20 said...

There was at least another one drawn by Newton, which was equally vivid in the action scenes. I think it was IJC 273. I will soon be providing the original one. The present one available is not a 32 page one and is the Charlton one with the IJC cover.

Rafiq Raja on 26 June 2011 at 15:20 said...

When I was a kid reading these for the first time I used to hate all non Sy Barry stories. But being older and matured now, I appreciate these departures from the Lee Falk canon. They offer a different perspective of the phantom. The phantom is always in some real danger in these stories whereas in the Lee Falk stories, the phantom is almost always invincible.

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