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2009-10-20 16:24:02
2009-10-20 16:24:02

The Ghost who Walks was never a real main character in either the DC ( which you have selected) or Marvel pantheons, he is an independent character and did prowl around in the newspaper strips. he was created by Lee Falk. the tight-fitting costume suggests Batman in an airman:s flight suit- and the purple color suggests the occult. It is difficult to follow the phantom- but he ran in Canadian comic strips as ( le Fantome) so he does get around. if he ever had a theme song it would be- I Aint Got No Body! ( not bad as a Pentecostal theme song with a dove flying around the church- hey, that"s sacrilegious!)


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