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Friday, December 18, 2009

10 010 - The Phantom's Ring


This version contains more pages than earlier available. However, still some advertisement and supplementary pages are missing. Hoping, you'll like it.

010 - 1964 - Phantom - The Phantom's Ring (More pages)

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It's scanned by Ajay Mishra.



10 comments:

Rafiq Raja said...

Thanks for a Phantom HQ... Remember reading this from a friend's collection years back... now a nostalgia to repeat in high resolution.

By the way, love that HR & SR icons... did you develop them yourself Prabhat ?

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for such a nice old gem.
Hope rest of the pages will also soon be available.
Rakesh

Phantom And Mandrake Fan said...

Excellent scans, thanks a lot, Ajay & Prabhat

Mr. Walker said...

nice try..hope we'll get the complete book soon.

thanks

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@ Rafiq Raja: Hoping, you know this joke.

Made in India
At a World Conference, the heads of States of all countries were boasting about their technical know-how. So they all decided that to prove their boasts, each country should show an engineering feat to the world.
In a few days, the U.S.A made a hollow tube of fiberglass, a millimeter in diameter. It was then sent to the Russia. They put a conducting wire in the tube. The Japanese, to prove their superiority, bored a hole through the wore.
Finally, it was sent to India. It came back without any apparent change.
"Well, what have you done?" asked everybody.
"Look here," said the Indian, putting the wire under a microscope. Clearly visible were the words "Made in India."


No brother, it's from a button development site. Only words were added by me. :))


P.S.: I know how to create such button in PhotoShop. Some good tutorials are available online.

or

One can create online or download free users friendly programs for this purpose too.

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@Rakesh: I'm trying and will try to complete all IJC than reposting old scans which we got already. :)

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@Phantom And Mandrake Fan: Welcome Bala ji! Now a days, Rarely see you online. Hoping, everything is OK.

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

Mr. Walker: Also, hoping dear! :)

AJAY said...

Dear Prabhat

I loved the concept of providing downloading links as SR & HQ . So that every body enjoys .

Ajay

Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@Ajay: Thanks! :)

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