V22N25 (1985) The Missing Treasury Of Tega

It's IJC version of D-96: The Satchel (26 Dec 1966 - 18 Mar 1967)
Script: Lee Falk 
Artist: Seymour Barry
Earlier printed as  #101 (1970)  The Satchel.

Download NEW C2C scans (2000px width) - 91 Mb

Scanned & edited by Venkitachalam Subramanian. All thanks & credits go to him.


Praveen said...

A very balanced  and well built story--One of the best.
Thanks a lot for posting it.

venkitachalam subramanian said...

This was the only story in 101, but it is worth a compare today. If you compare the two IJC versions with the daily strip, 101 followed the strip more closely than this one. But the fun part happens in Page 25 of 101. A whole panel has been put together which is not part of the daily strip. The second version does not indulge in that, though they have moved around a few panels.

Phantom Head said...

A Falk-Barry Masterpiece! 

Only last year Diamond Comics published a few Phantom classics by Sy Barry. I was able to procure a few and it was in there in one of those.

Venkit's scans are as good as ever. Thaks guys.

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