The Phantom Phoenix #1
The Phantom Phoenix #1
The Phantom Phoenix #1
The Phantom Phoenix #1
The Phantom Phoenix #1
The Phantom Phoenix #1

The Phantom Phoenix #1

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Set in Chicago during the 1920s, Martin struggles to find his place in the world. He suffered a debilitating leg injury as a fighter pilot in World War I and is rejected by society. Without the support of family or the ability to work, Martin is a homeless veteran roaming the streets of Chicago, living off of scraps of food he finds.

That is, until he rises from the ashes.

Through a series of unlikely events, Martin discovers that his knowledge of the streets can actually help the country he fought to defend. Working in the shadows as if he was a “phantom,” he encounters criminals and crime scenes, giving the police the hints and clues they need to clean-up the streets of Chicago.

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Rated - Ages 10+ (contains some mild comic violence)

24 pages


Physical: Printed in a saddle-stitch paperback comic book.

Digital: Delivered in a PDF file.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 36 reviews
Julian Nazzal
The Phantom Phoenix

Absolutely incredible!

Mark Kedzie
Phantom Phoenix

I loved it. i am a huge superhero nerd and fan so i am always up for seeing more new heroes and this one wins me over for a couple reasons one hes simply a good and likable character secondly its always makes me to see a catholic superhero or a superhero with a catholic influence as catholic heroes like nightcrawler are some of my favorites and its also nice to see Chicago be the location of the comics which is one a nice change of pace of the constant new York which feels very cliché to use for superhero stories so its nice to see writers acknowledge other places exist but also for it to be specifically Chicago makes me happy being i have lived in Illinois my entire life its heartwarming to see my state get to some recognition and love. I can't wait to see what future installments will bring.


Strong first offering. Solid art and interesting story. Scripting could use a little work as it was a little awkward in a few spots (and there was one seeming typo that editorial should've caught). My only other criticism is that this book needs to be put out on a more frequent basis! I've got both issues published so far and am really looking forward to #3 (and beyond!).

Mikal C Johnson

I finally got to sit and read issue one and enjoyed it quite a bit. Went right into the action. I’m looking forward to reading #2 soon, and hope we get his backstory (all at once or in bits) as the story progresses.
My only criticism is that I wish it was a little clearer that he’s meant to be a black man. Had I not known that going in, I’d have guessed the character was Puerto Rican.

Michael Torrance
Wonderful comic book. Great comic book story.

Phantom Phoenix is a great fun comic story that is just here to entertain. No underlining motives or social/political agendas. Just a great comic book about the good fighting the bad guys. A great read for all comic book fans. Keep up the great work.