"Tarry Till I Come Again"; "...and men shall call him Stranger"; "Revelations"; "Footsteps" last edited by Deagonx on 06/19/20 02:28PM View full history

    1. Cover by Jim Aparo.
    2. "Tarry Till I Come Again" written by Mike W. Barr, penciled and inked by Jim Aparo, colored by Tom Ziuko and lettered by Unknown.
    3. "...and Men Shall call Him Stranger" written by Paul Levitz, penciled and inked by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, colored by Tatjana Wood and lettered by Gasper.
    4. "Revelations" written by Dan Mishkin, penciled by Ernie Colon, inked by Pablo Marcos, colored by Carl Gafford and lettered by Albert De Guzman.
    5. "Footsteps" written by Alan Moore, penciled, inked and colored by Joe Orlando and lettered by Bob Lappan.

    Note: Legends Crossover Chapter 6.

    As Legends boils over in the background, four stories possible origins for the Phantom Stranger are related. As always, the Stranger remains shrouded in mystery...



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    With four stories told he is more a Stranger then before. 0

    When DC Comics released The Phantom Stranger's Secret Origin, we were given a treat of four stories ten pages each.  These stories were four possible origins of The Phantom Stranger, and each story is told by a different creative team.  This comic would be an Anthology of origins, which any of the stories being canon and any could be read by themselves. Like most well planned anthologies the strongest stories surround the weaker stories, which is true in this comic.   The first story is "Tarry T...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Not as good as I might have hoped for 0

    The second volume of Secret Origins is probably best remembered for two specific issues.  In issue # 32 Black Canary is retconned as an original member of the JLA (a status which she still holds.)  However, it is issue # 10 that is perhaps referenced the most in comic book canon, and that's because it offers the purposefully vague origins of the Phantom Stranger.  Not one but four origins are offered, and the reader is left wondering which one was the most accurate.  Unlike a contemporary reader...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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