The Floating Coffin last edited by VanAce on 06/02/19 05:13PM View full history

The Floating Coffin first appeared in an Egmont/Semic edition back in 1979.

Norman Worker has constructed an excellent script which maintains suspense and delivers an exciting climax. As always, Kari Leppanen’s artwork is superb.

Yesteryear. the era of sailing ships which plied the seas travelling from the East back England/Europe with their valuable cargos of jade, silk and precious metals, were often the target of unscrupulous shipping companies. Insurance fraud, on a grand scale, was rife.

These targeted ships, with rotting wooden hulls were usually worth more to their owners sunk than afloat!

ISSN 1323-52570-X. 36 pages.

This story was originally printed in Fantomen 11/1979. It was previously reprinted in The Phantom #1397.

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