Referred to by historian Maurice Horn as the 'granddaddy of all costumed superheroes,' The Phantom was created in 1936 by Lee Falk with artwork by Ray Moore, long before the Dark Knight or Superman made their first appearances and has been acknowledged as an influence on every 'masked man of mystery' since. Volume Two presents six complete stories, reprinted for the first time in their entirety, 'Little Toma,' ' The Prisoner of the Himalayas,' 'Adventure in Algiers,' 'The Shark's Nest,' 'Fishers of Pearls,' and 'The Slave Traders.'
|D4||Little Toma||Falk||Moore||20 Sep 1937||5 Feb 1938|
|D5||The Prisoner of the Himalayas||Falk||Moore||7 Feb 1938||18 Jun 1938|
|D6||Adventure in Algiers||Falk||Moore||20 Jun 1938||23 Jul 1938|
|D7||The Shark's Nest||Falk||Moore||25 Jul 1938||5 Nov 1938|
|D8||Fishers of Pearls||Falk||Moore||7 Nov 1938||28 Jan 1939|
|D9||The Slave Traders||Falk||Moore||30 Jan 1939||6 May 1939|