The Phantom Phoenix #3
The Phantom Phoenix #3
The Phantom Phoenix #3
The Phantom Phoenix #3

The Phantom Phoenix #3

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

A wanted man, Martin Claver hangs-up his suit and is unable to protect the city of Chicago as the Phantom Phoenix. Everyone is searching for him, trying to solve the puzzle of the Phoenix’s true identity.

Unfortunately it doesn’t take long for Flambeau’s trigger men to get a little too close to home, kidnapping Father Karol in an attempt to smoke out the Phoenix.

What will Martin do? Can he save Father Karol while keeping his identity secret?

Or will his rescue attempt forever end his vigilante career?

Find out what happens next in Issue #3 – Trouble Boys and Trigger Men!

24 pages

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

Customer Reviews

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K
Krystle

The boys are excited to continue this cool series!

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Edward Wogerman
Very good

This comic was very enjoyable to read and is awesome to have good solid Catholic comics!

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J.
Phantom Phoenix #3

I enjoyed this 3rd issue of Phantom Phoenix. This series gets better and better. Looking forward to future issues.

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Cajun Grandmother of Many
Interested my grandson

My grandson asked for the next book in the series of Phantom Phoenix. So when can we expect #4?

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John Garrett
My new favorite superhero

I love the Phantom Phoenix. He struggles with his humanity, while not becoming self-centered. Inspires to make a difference. The art is top notch, and the story is intriguing. I just wished that the issues came out faster, say monthly. I originally discovered Voyage Comics because of Medal Knight, but I think I like Phantom Phoenix better (OK, not a fair comparison since there has only been one issue of Medal Knight). I am recommending Phantom Phoenix, and Voyage Comics to all my friends.

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