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Darren says

A fun, pulpy romp that honors the work before it, while attempting to modernize it for this age. It succeeds more than it fails.

Tym says

It's fun, unpretentious, and it's pretty faithful to the strip.

Ciaran says

A shame Billy Zane didn't get a better recognized character to get behind, with all due respect to Lee Falk.

The Ghost Who Walks.

Since 1936, Lee Falk's newspaper strip about the African guardian has haunted kids imaginations with skull motifs, tropic adventure, and every form of pirate battles. The Phantom is the hinge from pulp ancestors like Tarzan and The Shadow into direct comics heirs like Batman and Black Panther.