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Book announcement: The Complete Jim Aparo's The Phantom!

May 23, 2016

The great Jim Aparo got his first big break with Charlton Comics and did stand-out work on The Phantom which garnered him praise throughout the industry. Now for the first time, all of Aparo's Phantom stories and covers are collected in one volume which focuses on this great artist's outstanding work on The Ghost Who Walks. In addition to containing his complete work on the character, seven stories in all, this volume also contains Aparo covers for stories created by other artists as well. To top it all off there are extensive selections of Aparo's original art on the feature as well as an extensive essay and documentary materials. Don't miss it! Look for pre-orders coming soon!

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Store announcement: Free shipping!

May 19, 2016

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Hermes Press Announces New Phantom Artist Sean Joyce

May 09, 2016

Although artist Sean Joyce comes fresh to the comic book world, but he is no stranger to popular culture and media. From Leonard Nimoy to George Lucas, he's worked with all of the Hollywood greats on some of their biggest films, and now he's on his first journey with The Ghost Who Walks. Below is an interview conducted online with Managing Editor Sabrina Herman. Sean Joyce has also created the limited edition cover for the Peter David and Sal Velluto The Phantom graphic novel, shown below. Sabrina Herman: I understand that you are ‘new’ to the comic book world- can you tell me a little about yourself? Where you grew up; what your first job in the art/movie/book world was; favorite...

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Interview: ComicMix and Publisher Daniel Herman on The Phantom

April 28, 2016

Check out this interview by Ed Catto with Publisher Dan Herman on The Phantom!   "...In fact, in occupied countries during World War II, the Phantom became a symbol of hope and resistance. And in Australia and New Zealand, seat at the pop culture table today is much closer to the head of the table than it is in the US. So how does a domestic publisher best manage, and bring to life, this 80-year-old brand? I reached out to Dan Herman of Hermes Press, one of the US companies who license the Phantom from King Features..."

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