by the photocopier
(this edition is the 1487th actually issued)
Release Date: 13 October 2006
- Pages: 36
- Price: $2.50 inc. GST
- Cover: the photocopier
- No Phantom Forum in this issue
by Rolf Gohs
- The Philosopher's Stone Pt.4: The Middle of the World
- Script: Claes Reimerthi
- Art: Kari Leppänen
- First published in Fantomen Nr.23/2006 by Egmont, Scandinavia (2 Nov 2006). Original cover shown on the left, thanks to Ulf Granberg.
- Message from the Publisher:
The Phantom and Phoenix continue their frightening duel in The Middle of the Earth!
Only time will tell whether the climax of this story signals the end of Phoenix, because according to Greek mythology, the Phoenix was a fabulous sacred bird of Egypt which could recreate itself in an all-consuming fire! We have a fire which engulfs our Phoenix at the end of The Middle of the Earth!
In our next edition (Frew #1460, on sale 27 October) we return to our cyberspace adventure in a new episode, Lost in Cyberspace. If you are into high-tech video games, you will love this one! The Phantom is asked to return to cyberspace to help scientists unlock the mystery - and finds himself pursued by a gun-wielding game player who has accidentally pressed a few too many buttons and finds himself also transported into another world. The game player doesn't fully realise his predicament and continues to pursue his screen quarry - which just happens to be The Phantom. The adventure has been written and illustrated by the brilliant Hans Lindahl, who must surely be a video game buff. Sheer brilliance! Remember - back to cyberspace in Frew #1460!
Future issues planned as of 21 October 2006 (subject to change without notice):
- #1460 (27 Oct) Lost in Cyberspace (Lindahl, Fantomen Nr.24/2006)
Check the New@Egmont and The Missing Semic Stories pages for details of other upcoming stories.
My thanks to the staff of Frew Publications for providing this information.
More Frew stuff ...
- History of Frew Publications
- 50th Anniversary Celebrations
- Complete Publishing Chronology
- Archive of Covers from #1 to #100
- Frew in Review: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
- Annual Specials: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006.
- Subscriptions & Back Issues
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Last updated 21 October 2006