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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

4 013 - The Phantom And Samaris

Today enjoy another  Indrajal Comics - cover to cover new scans.

 The Artist of this story is Bill Lignante.  It was first appered as Sunday Strips #059 (5 Nov 1961- 13 May 1962): Queen Samaris XII.

013-1965-Phantom-The Phantom And Samaris

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Bill Lignante (b. 20/3/1925, USA)

Bill Lignante is a longtime artist of 'Phantom' comic books. After a three-year-stint in the US Navy, he enrolled at the Pratt Institute in New York. Upon graduation, he began his career as a cartoonist, starting with 'Ozark Ike' and later 'Let's Explore Your Mind'. Lignante's first involvement with Lee Falk's 'The Phantom' was finishing a daily strip after Wilson McCoy's death in 1961. He then did the Sunday comic for a while, before becoming the main artist of the Gold Key and King comic books featuring the character. Lignante had also worked on animated cartoons for Hanna-Barbera. In 1968, he settled in California and began a career as a courtroom artist for ABC Network News.

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It's scanned by Ajay Misra.

Hoping you'd be happier to add one more C2C Indrajal in your collection.


Rafiq Raja said...

Happier ?? I am enthralled :) Another one for the classic collection. It's true Bill had a unique style, but the Phantom comic versions have always turned a Dud, and I this wasn't any different :(

Maybe Phantom was banished to comic strips for all eternity :)


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Prabhat's Books and Comics said...

@Rafiq Raja: Long live the Phantom. :)

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