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The Phantom (1969) - #61
"A Dead Man's Promise"

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Sante D'Amico

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Cover Date: September 1974
Cover Price: US $ 0.25

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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The Phantom: The Complete Series: The Charlton Years (2012) HC vol. 04

The cover date is September. However, the indicia date is August. There's a case to be made for either one being right. The title was basically a bi-monthly one, but it had rested for the first half of 1974. The first issue of the year had been #60 in June. Thus, the indicia date of August makes sense going from #60. However, the following issue, #62, was in November. After #62, a "normal" bi-monthly production schedule resumes, with #63 being in January, #64 in March, and so on. Thus, the cover date of September makes the most sense looking towards the future of the title.

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