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55 YEARS LATER: How NEAL ADAMS and JIM APARO Gave THE PHANTOM STRANGER New Life

Posted By Dan Greenfield on Dec 12, 2023 | 9 comments

Dig these 13 GORGEOUS COVERS AND PAGES…

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By PETER BOSCH

“I’m just a stranger and I’m here to help you.” – The Phantom Stranger in the first issue of his comic book title (Aug.-Sept. 1952).

He was part “Shadow,” but without the guns… and he was part “Mysterious Traveler,” the radio drama narrator, but this time taking direct action to help instead of just standing by and observing. The tales also included some of the feeling of those 1940s spook thrillers from Universal, where a human was usually behind so-called ghostly manifestations.

The original Phantom Stranger comic book series from DC was on the newsstand when superheroes were on the wane in the early 1950s. All-Star Comics, which had been the home of the Justice Society of America, was now All Star Western. Likewise, All-American Comics had already become All-American Western a few years earlier. Star Spangled Comics would become Star Spangled War Stories. Wonder Woman was out at Sensation Comics. Science-fiction, mystery, crime, war, and Western comic books were on the rise. Between 1950 and 1952, DC introduced Strange Adventures, Mystery in Space, House of Mystery, and one other, The Phantom Stranger.

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The Phantom Stranger #1 (Aug.-Sept. 1952). Pencils: Carmine Infantino. Inks: Sy Barry.

There were only six issues in the series (Aug.-Sept. 1952 to June-July 1953), but the talent involved was a Who’s Who of the industry — Carmine Infantino, Sy Barry, Gene Colan, John Broome, Murphy Anderson, Joe Giella and Bernard Sachs.

In late 1968, history started repeating itself. Superheroes at Superman’s company were not as much in demand as they had been. The great Silver Age was coming to an end. It was a time of necessary upheaval at DC, which had been losing readers to Marvel. In order to recapture them, they persuaded Steve Ditko to join their ranks and Jack Kirby would soon be traveling to 575 Lexington Avenue, as well.

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The Phantom Stranger #3 (Dec. 1952-Jan. 1953). Pencils: Carmine Infantino. Inks: Frank Giacoia.

It may have not been a great time for four-color heroes, but horror and supernatural comics were making a comeback, including the long-running House of Mystery and House of Secrets series. Tales of the Unexpected went from sci-fi to horror when they changed the title to The Unexpected. Strange Adventures featured Deadman, back from — um — the dead to find his killer. And newer titles, such as The Witching Hour, were added. Even heroes like the Spectre were getting another chance. It was a good time for the Phantom Stranger to reappear — and he did.

Showcase #80 (Feb. 1969) went on sale December 12, 1968, with a cover by Neal Adams, whose art could make you buy anything. Such was Adams’ influence on the title that it is easy to feel now he was drawing all the stories, as well. However, he only did it one time, in The Phantom Stranger #4 (Nov.-Dec. 1969), but it was a dynamically illustrated tale that can never be forgotten.

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Adams’ covers continued through #19 (May-June 1972) and were taken over by Jim Aparo, who had been drawing the incredible interior tales since The Phantom Stranger #7 (May-June 1970). (The writing had no shortage of talent, either, with Robert Kanigher, Dennis O’Neil, Gerry Conway and Len Wein providing the scripts.) Aparo and the Phantom Stranger were made for each other and no one, before or since, has captured those supernatural tales as well. Aparo’s art was that monumental.

As we mark the 55th anniversary of the Phantom Stranger’s revival, here are 13 COVERS AND PAGES by Adams and Aparo to boggle the imagination:

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The Phantom Stranger #4. Script: Robert Kanigher. Pencils: Neal Adams. Inks: Bill Draut.

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The Phantom Stranger #11. Jim Aparo. Script: Gerry Conway.

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Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #18. Aparo art.

— This NEAL ADAMS BATMAN Original Will Knock You Out. Click here .

— JIM APARO: THE ARTIST’S ARTIST — A Birthday Tribute. Click here .

13th Dimension  contributor-at-large  PETER BOSCH’s  first book,  American TV Comic Books: 1940s-1980s – From the Small Screen to the Printed Page ,  was published by TwoMorrows. He is currently at work on a sequel, about movie comics. Peter has written articles and conducted celebrity interviews for various magazines and newspapers. He lives in Hollywood.

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December 12, 2023

Great covers. Love Adam’s and Aparo’s Phantom Stranger. There’s a great Christmas issue of Batman and the Outsiders(issue 8 ?) with the Phantom Stranger by Aparo.

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In 2001, the Phantom Stranger made a memorable appearance in Batman: Gotham Adventures No. 33. In ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ fashion, PS shows Bruce Wayne what his life (and everyone he knew) would have been like if his parents were not killed when he was a child. Really well done, and the B:GA cover is a sly call back to Detective Comics No. 247.

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The Aparo cover featuring Deadman was the first Phantom Stranger I bought. I think Mike Grell did the interior art.

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December 13, 2023

I’ve got that Deadman issue, and I think one of the others. And I read at least one of the 50s stories in a reprint somewhere; about a woman who thinks her shadow has come to life.

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Jim Aparo was a great choice as the artist for the Phantom Stranger! During his heyday, he drew so many memorable characters in Phantom Stranger, Adventure, and B&B! I think he was better when he was inking himself.

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I still think it’s kinda wild that they still have The Phantom Stranger wearing a turtle neck and medallion, like it’s his “costume.” Do they not understand that he dressed like that because that’s what many (seemingly) middle aged men wore at the time? Just like he wore a shirt and tie in the ’50’s.

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I still think it’s kinda wild that they still have The Phantom Stranger wearing a turtle neck and medallion, like it’s his “costume.” Do they not understand that he dressed like that because that’s what many (seemingly) middle aged men wore at the time? Just like he wore a tie in the ’50’s.

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December 14, 2023

I just picked up the omnibus on Amazon. Too many great “new” to me stories with Aparo artwork. The $16 off coupon certainly helped make that decision easy. Original copies in passing condition all seemed to be in the $10 or higher range.

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52-page giant. Cover art by Neal Adams. "Return to the Tomb of the Ice Giants!", script by Len Wein, art by Jim Aparo; An oil expedition in the arctic uncovers the hidden lair of the Ice Giants, who capture all involved and the Phantom Stranger who has returned to the area following the reopening of their lair; The Ice Giants take everyone prisoner because the continued work to find oil in the region has caused the sought after chemical to leak into their domain and pollute their world; The Phantom Stranger helps free them. "The Voice of Vengeance!", script by Steve Skeates, art by Tony DeZuniga; Terrence Thirteen and his wife are asked to help John Richards, who claims that since his fathers death he's been haunted by a voice blaming him said death. "Captive of the Cat Curse," script by Arnold Drake, pencils by Mort Meskin, inks by George Roussos; Mark accidentally uses a mystical charm to transfer his consciousness into the body of a black cat, which helps him expose a sinister plot. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.25.

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Posted on September 28, 2020 by billyd75

Welcome, to week four of the Halloween siege! In this week’s post, I’ll be spotlighting one of my favorite characters from DC comics, The Phantom Stranger ! This character has been a favorite of mine ever since I began diving into the supernatural universe of DC comics. I talked about a story starring him on a podcast for Halloween in 2019 ( click here to listen in! ), and that is probably my favorite story about this enigmatic entity! But now, on to this story!

Our tale begins with the Phantom Stranger giving a monologue to us about the follies of mankind. We then see two men searching for something in the Arctic Circle. They have some machinery working to pump oil out of the ice, but then the pressure decreases rapidly. When they check the line, they’re stunned to see a sword the size of a Cadillac cutting through the line! We see a giant hand reaching out for them, and then they are gone. Back at the main office, two more men talk about how many have gone missing up here and they aim to find out why. A man named Blake then takes a jeep out to the work site, but an earthquake opens up a hole in the ice, and it looks like he’s a goner. A hand reaches out to save him, and it is none other than the Phantom Stranger that comes to his aid. The man in charge still wants to proceed with pipeline, though, but the Phantom Stranger and Blake try to talk him out of it. His greed will not allow him to stop, and it might just be his undoing!

This morality play by Len Wein (writer) and Jim Aparo (art) is not only a good one, but still holds relevancy in 2020. It doesn’t feel like you’re being force-fed their opinion or nonsense either. The story works well in all phases and truly shows the ability of both creators to tell a good story. The dialogue and visuals are both on par with anything of its time.

There’s also a backup story about Dr. 13 , by Steve Skeates (writer) and Tony DeZuniga (art). This one involves a man that is being haunted by a ghostly voice that sounds like his dead father!

A bonus feature of Mark Merlin, Sleuth of the Supernatural closes out the issue nicely. This reprint stars the talents of Arnold Drake (story), and the art team of Mort Meskin and George Roussos !

This incredible issue is kicked off by the talents of Neal Adams ! The cover is spectacular!

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The greatest adventures of DC’s supernatural crime-fighter are collected in a massive, era-spanning hardcover! First introduced in 1952, the Phantom Stranger stands decades later as one of DC’s most enigmatic characters, a supernatural hero whose origins have remained shrouded in mystery! This omnibus collects the Phantom Stranger’s earliest adventures in the 1950s, his late-1960s revival, and early 1980s stories in the pages of The Saga of the Swamp Thing . Through it all, the Phantom Stranger has remained one of DC’s most unique characters, navigating the weird, scary side of the DC Universe! Collects The Phantom Stranger #1-6 (1952), The Phantom Stranger #1-41 (1969), stories from The Saga of the Swamp Thing #1-13, Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe #18, The Brave and the Bold #89, #98, #145, Showcase #80, Justice League of America #103, House of Secrets #150, DC Super-Stars #18, Secret Origins #10 and DC Comics Presents #25, and #72.

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The Phantom Stranger is a mysterious supernatural guide and specialist in the occult. His paranormal origins and even his true nature are largely unknown, although he has acted as an agent of the Lords of Order . He has been a member of the Justice League , Quintessence , Trenchcoat Brigade and the Sentinels of Magic . In the The New 52 reboot, the Stranger is shown to be Judas Iscariot from the Bible roaming around the universe in guilt over causing the death Jesus Christ . He has the 30 silver coins that were given to him for betraying Jesus tied around his chest.

Phantom Stranger was created by John Broome and Carmine Infantino , first appearing in The Phantom Stranger #1 ( 1952 ).

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  1. The Phantom Stranger Vol 2 19

    The Phantom Stranger (Volume 2) #19 is an issue of the series The Phantom Stranger (Volume 2) with a cover date of June, 1972.

  2. Phantom Stranger

    This went against the wishes of the Lords of Order, who had believed a victory by darkness over light was necessary and preordained. This series featured Eclipso as an agent of Chaos; in Green Lantern/Superman: Legend of the Green Flame, this role is continued, but the Stranger claims that he belongs to no group.

  3. 55 YEARS LATER: How NEAL ADAMS and JIM APARO Gave THE PHANTOM STRANGER

    Adams' covers continued through #19 (May-June 1972) and were taken over by Jim Aparo, who had been drawing the incredible interior tales since The Phantom Stranger #7 (May-June 1970). (The writing had no shortage of talent, either, with Robert Kanigher, Dennis O'Neil, Gerry Conway and Len Wein providing the scripts.)

  4. Trinity of Sin: the Phantom Stranger #19

    "The Crack in Creation," part two. The Phantom Stranger and Madame Xanadu head to San Francisco to undo the latest crack in creation.

  5. Phantom Stranger (1969 2nd Series) 19

    Phantom Stranger (1969 2nd Series) 19 Preview the Oxford Collection Mega Golden Age Auction . Bidding runs Jan 6-15 as part of our January Prime Auction . Auction in progress, bid now! Weekly Auction ends Tuesday December 26! Phantom Stranger (1969 2nd Series) 19 All Issues In Stock 1 CBCS Issue #19 Phantom Stranger (1969 2nd Series) #19

  6. GCD :: Issue :: The Phantom Stranger #19

    The Phantom Stranger #19 (May-June 1972) DC , 1969 Series < Previous Issue | | Next Issue > Volume 4 Price 0.25 USD Pages 52 Indicia Frequency bi-monthly On-sale Date 1972-03-09 Publisher's Age Guidelines Approved by the Comics Code Authority Indicia / Colophon Publisher National Periodical Publications, Inc. Brand DC [character] Editing

  7. The Phantom Stranger #19

    The Phantom Stranger #19 No recent wiki edits to this page. Return To The Tomb Of The Ice Giants! The Phantom Stranger teases the tale about to unfold. Two Union Oil workers, Milt and Frank,...

  8. The Phantom Stranger #19

    The Phantom Stranger #19. Artist Neal Adams Jim Aparo Tony DeZuniga Mort Meskin Script Writer Len Wein Steve Skeates Arnold Drake Publisher DC Comics Editor Joe Orlando Publication Date Apr 30, 1972 Cover Price $0.25 Page Count 52 pages Home. Comics. The Phantom Stranger. The Phantom Stranger #19. What's it Worth? ...

  9. The Phantom Stranger

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  10. The Phantom Stranger (Volume)

    The Phantom Stranger last edited by Frankthetankk on 12/24/23 05:45PM ... J.M. DeMatteis 19; Wil Moss 16; Brian Cunningham 16; Harvey Richards 15; Fernando Blanco 14;

  11. The Phantom Stranger 19, 1972 "Return to the Tomb of the Ice Giants

    The Phantom Stranger 19, 1972 "Return to the Tomb of the Ice Giants!" ... Our tale begins with the Phantom Stranger giving a monologue to us about the follies of mankind. We then see two men searching for something in the Arctic Circle. They have some machinery working to pump oil out of the ice, but then the pressure decreases rapidly ...

  12. Phantom Stranger (Character)

    It says that the Phantom Stranger is part of the trinity of sin. he is Judas Iscariot. along with Pandora and the Question, he was brought to the Rock of Eternity to be judged. the Wizard, and...

  13. Weird Science DC Comics: Phantom Stranger #19 Review and *SPOILERS*

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  14. The Phantom Stranger Omnibus

    About The Phantom Stranger Omnibus. The greatest adventures of DC's supernatural crime-fighter are collected in a massive, era-spanning hardcover! First introduced in 1952, the Phantom Stranger stands decades later as one of DC's most enigmatic characters, a supernatural hero whose origins have remained shrouded in mystery!

  15. Phantom Stranger (Prime Earth)

    Watch 22:41 Batman Character Guide [INTERACTIVE] Looking for a different version of this character? As a result of the New 52 in 2011, the entire line of DC characters was relaunched, incorporating properties belonging to the company's imprints: Wildstorm, Milestone, and Vertigo.

  16. Phantom Stranger (New Earth)

    Secret Identity Marital Status Single Occupation Formerly Agent of Order Characteristics Gender Male Height 6' 2" Weight 185 lbs (84 kg) Eyes Black Hair

  17. THE PHANTOM STRANGER #19 DC COMICS BRONZE AGE 1972

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  18. Phantom Stranger Comics

    100 items Completed for Conquest by Lego. 61 items. One of the most enigmatic beings in the universe, the Phantom Stranger only appears when events of great magnitudes necessitate his direct ...

  19. The Phantom Stranger (1969—2010)

    Blackest Night The Phantom Stranger (Volume 2) was published from June of 1969 to February of 1976 spanning a total of 41 issues. The series featured regular guest appearances by Dr. 13, Deadman, the Spawn of Frankenstein and Black Orchid. In 2010 a 42nd issue was issued as part of the Blackest Night event. Issues Phantom Stranger (Volume 2) #1

  20. Trinity of Sin: the Phantom Stranger Vol. 1

    • Collecting THE PHANTOM STRANGER #0-5. FIND A COMIC SHOP NEAR YOU: JOIN DC UNIVERSE INFINITE: Talent. Written by: J.M. DeMatteis. Dan Didio. Art by: Brent Anderson. Philip Tan. Scott Hanna. ... THE PHANTOM STRANGER #19. AVAILABLE NOW. TRINITY OF SIN: THE PHANTOM STRANGER #18. AVAILABLE NOW. TRINITY OF SIN: THE PHANTOM STRANGER #17.

  21. The Phantom Stranger Comics Values

    The Phantom Stranger. 41 issues Home. Comics. The Phantom Stranger. 102 sale records 52 available Apr 1969 The Phantom Stranger #1; 17 sale records ... 19 sale records 37 available Jun 1972 The Phantom Stranger #20; 3 sale records ...

  22. Phantom Stranger (disambiguation)

    ( 2011 - Present) view image Phantom Stranger Appearances • Images • Gallery • Quotes The Phantom Stranger is a mysterious supernatural guide and specialist in the occult. His paranormal origins and even his true nature are largely unknown, although he has acted as an agent of the Lords of Order.

  23. Phantom-Stranger-19

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