Appearing in "Apocalypse"
- Tala (Apparent Death)
- The Dark Circle (Apparent Death)
- Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
- Miguel (Single appearance)
- Talon of Time
- Driverless Carriage
Synopsis for "Apocalypse"
The Phantom Stranger, Cassandra Craft, and Tannarak investigate the Paris hideout of the Dark Circle. After some work they locate their headquarters in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After travelling across the world, they locate the unholy place, where the heroes learn that the Dark Cicle are led by Tala who hopes to bring forth the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and bring about chaos, death and destruction.
During the battle, Tannarak attacks Tala directly, knocking both into a fissure in the cavern which swallows them up. Phantom Stranger uses his magic powers to send the Hosemen away from Earth, but the Dark Circle holds him within their fortress, which starts to crumble with everyone inside. Cassandra manages to escape thanks to a local's help, right as the temple crumbles down, leaving nothing but stones and ruins. Cassandra tries to find the Phantom, but after a while, she comes to terms with the fact that he is out of her reach. However, the Phantom Stranger lets Cassandra believe that the Stranger has died in the avalanche and he continues his quest alone.
Appearing in "The Spawn of Frankenstein (Part 2)"
Synopsis for "The Spawn of Frankenstein (Part 2)"
Continued from last issue... Following the funeral of Victor Adams, Dr. Thirteen vows to track down and destroy the Spawn of Frankenstein. The monster itself however, after dressing itself with a cape and hat, goes to the cemetery where Victor's body will be buried, the Monster attacks everyone in his path to collecting what he wants: Victor Adam's body. This story is continued next issue...
- This book was first published on January 4, 1973.
- This issue is reprinted in Showcase Presents: The Phantom Stranger Vol. 2.
- The letter page of this issue confirms that most of the coloring for the covers of the series was done by Jack Adler, while the colorist for the interior art was Tatjana Wood.
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