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by Silvestre Szilagyi,Mike Bullock

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ISBN:
1933076623
ISBN13:
978-1933076621
Author:
Silvestre Szilagyi,Mike Bullock
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Moonstone (December 8, 2009)
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132 pages
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4.5

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Phantom: Checkmate. The Phantom by. Mike Bullock, Silvestre Szilagyi.

All issues are written by Mike Bullock while Silvestre Szilagyi handles the art on what was originally issues 1-3, 5-6 and . If you're a fan of The Phantom, then you're probably already aware of Bullock's contributions to the character.

All issues are written by Mike Bullock while Silvestre Szilagyi handles the art on what was originally issues 1-3, 5-6 and 8-12. Fernando Peniche is the artist on issues 4 and 7. He was the primary writer of The Phantom during the character's time with Moonstone and he peppered his stories with real-life issues related to Africa.

Mike Bullock is an American author and musician born in Washington, DC. Bullock began writing fiction, non-fiction and poetry in the 1980s

Mike Bullock is an American author and musician born in Washington, DC. Bullock began writing fiction, non-fiction and poetry in the 1980s. He worked professionally in the music and comic book industries since 1986 and is best known as the creator of comic book series Lions, Tigers and Bears from Image Comics, and as the regular writer of The Phantom from Moonstone Books.

Checkmate Part 4" is a 2008 Moonstone Books Phantom story by Mike Bullock and Silvestre Szilagyi. Checkmate Part 1" by Mike Bullock and Silvestre Szilagyi. Checkmate Part 2" by Bullock, Szilagyi and Tomas Coggiola. Checkmate Part 3" by Bullock and Szilagyi. Checkmate Part 5" by Bullock and Szilagyi. This story has been published in the following publications: The Phantom (2008).

Written by Mike Bullock. Art by Silvestre Szilagyi. Cover by Doug Klauba. As the legend grew, it transcended the life of any one mortal. And that legend became The Phantom!

Written by Mike Bullock. Just in time for the Sci-Fi Channel's Phantom movie! Rebels warring in Bangallan jungles, terrorist attacks in the streets of Mawitaan, and an old enemy suddenly freed from prison for no logical reason. Is this a series of unrelated events or part of something far more sinister? To the outside world, this man, seemingly immortal, has always worn the mask. And that legend became The Phantom! Softcover, 132 pages, full color.

Mike Bullock, Silvestre Szilagyi, Fernado Peniche, Bob Pedroza, Michael .

Mike Bullock, Silvestre Szilagyi, Fernado Peniche, Bob Pedroza, Michael Stribling. In Stock! 015. The Phantom: KGB Noir TPB. Mike Bullock, Fernando Peniche, . 019. The Phantom: Checkmate TPB. Mike Bullock, Silvestre Szilagyi, Bob Pedroza, Doug Klauba. PROSE: Harlan Ellison,Ed Gorman,Robin W Bailey,Mike Bullock,Tom DeFalco,Win Scott Eckert,J Gentile, Mark Justice,M Baugh,Jeff Mariotte,Joe McKinney,Nate Meyer,Will Murray,CJ Henderson,A Shaps,Ed Rhoades,M Romanoski,Stephen Bryant,S Mohapatra. In Stock! MOONSTONE NEWS.

Is this a series of unrelated events or part of something far more sinister? This volume collects the Phantom story "Checkmate", which ran in issues.

Is this a series of unrelated events or part of something far more sinister? This volume collects the Phantom story "Checkmate", which ran in issues

What about Mike Bullock/Silvestre Szilagyi’s three-issue arc that had the Phantom in real Africa trying to deal with . As for regular Phantom creative team at Moonstone, he said that Mike and Silvestre will be staying on the book, but things will be different.

What about Mike Bullock/Silvestre Szilagyi’s three-issue arc that had the Phantom in real Africa trying to deal with children being pressed into military service? How about the Phantom trying to help Katrina victims in Martin Powell’s The Hungry Swamp ? Or what about that all-out action tale of slavery, diamonds, and witches by Chuck Dixon and EricJ? . More details to come. We want to go back to what the Phantom was like when Lee Falk created the character, he continued.

High adventure and intrigue in the African jungle, on the high seas, and in the streets! There is always justice that needs to be served, whether it's in the present...or the past. Rebels warring in Bangallan jungles, terrorist attacks in the streets of Mawitaan, and an old enemy suddenly freed from prison for no logical reason. Is this a series of unrelated events or part of something far more sinister? This volume collects the Phantom story "Checkmate", which ran in issues #21-25.
Reviews:
  • Rollers from Abdun
enjoyed this comic. up to date story and excellent illustrations. the other comics i purchased also were of a high standard. for fans of the phantom i totally recommend all 3 issues regards ken
  • Grari
Celebrating a fantastic run on the Phantom, Moonstone Books has released issues 21-25 of their running series. Having read the issues separately over their release, I loved the continuity WITH the covers included. Gentile and company set the bar high for anyone else who may do the Phantom for both cover art (that is NOT just poster fodder) but for selling what is in the book and high adventure for fans of all ages.

Checkmate, by Bullock and Szilabyi, is marvelous. This is high adventure like no other. The army of HIM, Cleopatra, an attempted assassination of President Luaga, and the abduction of Diana set the stage for a legendary, all out battle with the Ghost Who Walks.

If you don't have the comics, buy the collected edition, easily worth more than any X-Men anthology or Spiderman re-issue!
  • Dddasuk
After having read the earlier phantom moonstone tpb 'The Man Who Cannot Die' which was quite good, I was eagerly looking forward to reading 'Checkmate'. I'm an old phantom fan having read many of the original Lee Falk and Sy Barry adventures. I'm all for re-inventing characters or new storylines as Marvel and DC often do. But this story is just full of chaos and has the phantom bumbling around from one error to the next. The art looks ok but the characters don't express emotions realistically...*spoilers* you have a scene where Diana Palmer is kidnapped and she sees her kids being tied up and threatened and the artist doesn't show any emotions/distress on her face...she looks like as if she is on a fashion catwalk instead...you have a kind of happy ending which is weird considering the fate of the kids is still unknown...they were injected with a drug and held in some unknown location...you would think Diana would be crying her eyes out instead of feeling jealous of the Phantom and the Aviatrix girl who keeps on rescuing him all the time....then the phantom is of course saved inexplicably by this female character from an earlier story (which I haven't read) turning up just at the right time..I found the story just an excuse to have some action....and a lot of booms and explosions....and African civil wars, blood diamonds and drugs...The story had so much potential but just did not reach the level it could have..the villains particularly Ortega is an attempt to give the phantom a 'super-villain' type enemy...like the Joker...but how a kick boxing champion 'good' guy becomes an expert biologist and decides to poision/drug a whole country and bring it to a civil war...is weak....the earlier villain 'Him' ar least was a believable maniac...I might still get the next volume at least to get closure on this story...the other thing is that the story just seems like all out action...there is no/little 'goodness' or downtime that shows the relations between the characters.