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Presenting the world's ONLY podcast dedicated to the classic adventuring comics hero THE PHANTOM! Hosts Joe and Jermayn discusses everything from the comics and strips to the movies, tv shows, creators and much more! If you're passionate about the Ghost Who Walks, this is one podcast you won't want to miss!
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In Frew 1893, Dudley Hogarth the Frew publisher in his Message from the Publisher suggested that the short story "The Future Phantom: Forever" may be worth a podcast. We listened and here is our thoughts of the 8 page story by Andrew Constant and Massimo Gamberi. To begin with we go over every story and future Phantom which includes the 27th from the Defenders of the Earth TV Show, the 24th from the Phantom 2040 TV Show and a host of others from publishers like Fantomen and Dynamite Entertainment. Andrew also joins us and we go over the story with him.What began as a 40 minute planned podcast has turned into a 80 minute discussion between Andrew Constant and the team (Jermayn Parker, Stephen East and Dan Fraser).Where do you sit with this story? Did you like it? Do you want to see more? We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Andrew also drops a massive exclusive in the podcast on a new story he is working on at the moment. It is worth mentioning that there is the occasional swear word in this podcast - parental guidance is recommended. As always the video will show slides, art examples and props as we discuss the Phantom. The audio only version is attached if you prefer that method. Make sure you subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. As we touch upon the future phantoms we drop upon a few past X-Band: The Phantom Podcast's. If you want to dig those out, the links are:Episode #154: Rick Hoberg DotE Art Director Episode #173: Thom Schillinger, Phantom 2040 Art Director Episode #176: Tim Boyle Writer of the 2010 Phantom Legacy movie Episode #186: Ben Raab, Moonstone & Fantomen Writer Episode #126: Alex Saviuk Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
If you love classic Lee Falk, Wilson McCoy and Ray Moore, this is a must listen (or watch) Podcast as we chat with two Australian creators whose work is heavily influenced by their legendary work.Frew #1892 was released May 6 2021 and features the second Phantom story by Matt Kyme. His first Phantom story was solely created by him. For this second story Shane Foley was brought in by Frew Publications to ink and enhance the original art.If you are wondering why Shane was brought on to this story you simply have to listen and or watch to this podcast. We chat to both creators and listen to the story on how this story was originally rejected by King Features. We then learn of the lengths Frew, Matt and Shane went through to ensure the story was published and enjoyed by us phans.The podcast is close to two hours long and you may be wondering what we discussed for two hours? Along with the dissection of the "Diana and the Heartbreakers Gang" story in great detail we chat about Wilson McCoy and Ray Moore classic stories. Again if you love those stories, you need to listen to this podcast.If your watching, Shane shows his original artwork and we compare many panels that are influenced directly by McCoy and Moore.As always the video will show slides, art examples and props as we discuss the Phantom. The audio only version is attached if you prefer that method. Make sure you subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
Anthony Spay's first story appeared in the 2019 Fantomen Christmas album and in no time he has seven completed stories to his credit. In this episode Mikael Lyck joins Jermayn Parker as we go over each of his stories and learn interesting things about Anthony like how he got the job at both Frew and Fantomen. Anthony is one of two artists you have created new stories for both publishers - the other is Joan Boix. Is there anyone else we have missed?Anthony Spay before his work for Fantomen and Frew has credits for Zenoscope Entertainment, Marvel and DC. If you would like to keep track of his work we recommend visiting his Instagram social media profile.As always the video will show slides, art examples and props as we discuss the Phantom. The audio only version is attached if you prefer that method. Make sure you subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and want to know your answers to our questions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
We are back to a shorter comics and news podcast this month. Due to timing there isn't a Regal Publishers comic to review but Mikael Lyck is joined by regulars Dan Fraser and Jermayn Parker in reviewing the latest comics and news from Australia Sweden and around the world.Latest ComicsFrew 1889 & 1890: 3 Minutes, 30 SecondsFrew 1891: 19 MinutesFantomen 8/2021: 29 Minutes, 30 SecondsFantomen 9/2021: 32 Minutes, 30 SecondsLatest NewsNew Fantomen Editor Team Member (link): 35 MinutesBest Fantomen Story Results for 2020 (link): 35 Minutes, 30 SecondsShipping Update for the Card Game (link): 35 Minutes, 40 SecondsReflections on the 2021 85th Anniversary Mallon Diary (link): 44 MinutesThe LFMBEC Dinner & Sydney Mecca Weekend (link): 49 MinutesHint of a new Frew Product Coming Out Soon: 53 Minutes, 30 SecondsNew Fantomen writer (link): 59 Minutes, 30 SecondsNew French Publisher (link): 1 Hour, 3 MinutesFantomen Softcover Album for 2021 (link): 1 Hour, 6 Minutes & 30 SecondsWe want to know from our listeners if you want us to review the newspaper stories as they finish in the newspaper or when they are published in a Frew and or Fantomen comic.If you have ever wanted to do your own Chronicle Chamber reviews we are looking for any French / Canadian fans who have a copy and can review the latest Editions Dante TPB as well as anyone who can review the PNG Shields and Mallon Diary. We are also still on the look out for a Brazilian fan who can review all the new Mythos Phantom comics.Please email us at chroniclechamber@gmail.com if you are interested.Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
We are joined by past Phantom Team Fantomen & Moonstone writer, Ben Raab who wrote 23 Phantom stories over a decade between 1999 and 2009.Some of his stories include the popular "The Spear of Destiny" saga, "The Hero", "The Invisible Phantom" which won Norwegian best story in 2001, the first team we see Kit and Heloise as the joint 22nd Phantom in "The First Assignment" for Team Fantomen. After Egmont he wrote several classic stories for Moonstone including the first two graphic novels "The Ghost Killer" and "The Singh Web" which was his adaption of the 1996 movie along with classic stories exploring the mythos of the Phantom in "Curse of the Phantom", "The Aviatrix" and "Legacy".Eager phans may know that Ben Raab has been making waves in Hollywood since with writing credits for "Warehouse 13", "Flash", "Arrow" and currently "Legacies". So obviously we end the podcast talking about how he would write a Phantom TV show series. One of the questions we ask is could the Phantom exist being a hero in Africa in a TV show with a possible white saviour label being used against him? Ben also tells us how he would write a Phantom TV show.As always the video will show slides, art examples and props as we discuss the Phantom. The audio only version is attached if you prefer that method. Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and want to know your answers to our questions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
#185B - March 2021 News

#185B - March 2021 News

2021-04-0401:26:55

It may be only be a month since our last comics and news podcast but with 11 comics out around the world, Claes Reimerthi retiring, board and card games, wall banners plus much more news to discuss the podcast originally went for 3 hours so we decided to split it into two podcasts. Hopefully it makes the podcast more palatable and enjoyable. This is episode 185B and where we focus on all the Phantom news from the last 5-6 weeks. There is a lot. In X-Band: The Phantom Podcast Episode 185A Mikael Lyck our Swedish correspondent went into detail why Claes Reimerthi decision to retire is a big deal. We agree and pick off from there.Latest NewsClaes Reimerthi Retiring (link): 1 Minute 30 SecondsFantomen Editor Easter Eggs (link): 9 MinutesCard Game Arrived (Review link): 12 MinutesBoard Game Update (Review link): 24 Minutes 30 Seconds2021 Mallon Diary (Preview link): 41 MinutesNECA DotE Figurines (Where you can buy them): 48 Minutes 30 SecondsBoss Fight Studio Figurines (Where you can buy them): 55 Minutes 30 SecondsIkon Collectibles Wall Banner (link): 1 Hour, 1 MinuteSerbian Comic with Phantom on cover (link): 1 Hour, 6 MinutePNG Shields Coffee Table Book (link): 1 Hour, 7 Minutes 30 SecondsSydney Comic Con (link): 1 Hour, 10 Minutes 30 SecondsLFMBEC 2021 Dinner confirmed: 1 Hour, 15 Minutes 30 SecondsSupport Phantomwiki (link): 1 Hour, 20 Minutes 30 SecondsIf you want an extra motivation to listen, we have included a key word for a prize. Full instructions and the key word in the podcast.Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
#185A - March 2021 Comics

#185A - March 2021 Comics

2021-03-2801:35:23

It may be only be a month since our last comics and news podcast but with 11 comics out around the world, Claes Remierthi retiring, board and card games, wall banners plus much more news to discuss the podcast originally went for 3 hours so we decided to split it into two podcasts. Hopefully it makes the podcast more palatable and enjoyable. We will release Episode 185B News in a weeks time.Comic ReviewsFrew PublicationsFrew 1886, 1887 & 1888 (Vulture Saga): 4 MinutesRevenge of the Vultures (Frew 1888): 24 MinutesThe Phantom in Vietnam (Frew 1886 & 1887): 30 MinutesFrew TPB 4: 40 MinutesRegal ComicsRegal #7: 1 Hour, 9 MinutesRegal #8: 1 Hour, 9 MinutesRegal #9: 1 Hour, 19 MinutesRegal #10: 1 Hour, 19 MinutesFantomenFantomen 5/2020: 1 Hour, 27 Minutes & 30 SecondsFantomen 6-7/2020: 1 Hour, 29 Minutes & 30 SecondsMake sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
We are joined by past Phantom Sunday artist, Terry Beatty who drew the Phantom in the KFS Sunday newspaper strip between the dates of January 29, 2012 and the last one on May 7, 2017.He drew 9 complete stories and 2 part stories including gems like "Mandrake's Bon Voyage", "Death Stalks the 5th Phantom" and "The Shadows of Rune Noble". Terry is part of the exclusive club that both drew The Phantom and Batman, only the third credited artist to draw both the Phantom and Mandrake in a newspaper story and the last artist to draw the Phantom after legendary artist Fred Fredericks retired.This is a phun episode as we go through Terry's career including his Australian trip as a guest of the Australian chapter of the LFMBEC. As always the video will show slides, art examples and props as we discuss the Phantom. The audio only version is attached if you prefer that method. Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and want to know your answers to our questions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY FREW CREW!!! Tuesday 23 February we celebrated 5 years of the Frew Crew releasing their first comic and we discussed what they have done throughout the years. Plus we will try and play Nostradamus on what we think they will do in the future.Tale of the tapeAfter Jim Shepherd's death in April 2013, Judith and their son Stephen stepped in and kept the title alive. Stephen introduced a number of initiatives, such as the Frew website, purchased a license for the posters and brought in the infamous Replica Series. Stephen also started the process of improving the covers.In 2014 Dudley Hogarth came in to replace Stephen. Then in December 2015 Judith signed off and after almost two months of no Frew comics, Frew issue 1745  was released on 23 February 2016. It has been often described, particularly by members of Chronical chamber, as a Frew-naissance ever since.The Frew Crew are:Glenn Ford: Co-Director Rene White: Co-DirectorDudley Hogarth: PublisherSha Hua: Production CoordinatorFrank Schultz: Production ManagerIssues per Year Frew released are:2016: 282017: 362018: 422019: 382020: 34Key milestones of each year2016Colour (1748), first of heaps of Spada comics (1753), kiwi covers, 80th anniversary (1763), christmas album colour/theme (1772), Signature Series, Supanova stall and accompanying Supanova jam cover  (1755) and posters Pholio series, Frew Crew badges2017Kid Phantom, Phantom’s World stand alone, Gaslight, Giant Size, first TPB, first themed annual (1774), Triptych cover (1792-4) and then poster, Phantom Universe cards and folder, Phile cards and folder (1775), sketch cover2018Frew 70th (1820), sequel/prequel stories to classics (Sin 1813) and Frew 70th, TPB 2, Kid Phantom Kollection2019War annual (1830), 1850 (Matt Kyme), 1852 (colour daily and BZ on cover), Frew trading cards, Jam story printed (1855), first graphic novel, Frew games boardgame kickstarter, Phantom Adventures Collection and door poster2020Kid Phantom & PW cancelled, TPB #3 out, Comixology2021 (so far)Frew Games boardgame released, TPB #4 out, We then asked a heap of questions:What has been the THREE best things they have doneWhat has been the THREE worst things they have doneIf Frew Crew were to end tomorrow, what would be their lasting legacy?Which has been your top THREE moments with Frew?What’s been your favourite Frew product?What’s been your favourite Frew comic/tpb?Looking into the future. What is the next step for Frew?If you were to join Frew, what would you do?What's your Best Frew year?Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and want to know your answers to our questions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
#182 - Happy 85th Birthday

#182 - Happy 85th Birthday

2021-02-1601:48:33

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!It is The Phantoms 85th Birthday - on this day back in 1936, something amazing happened with the debut of a comic strip in the newspapers that has changed the world and many peoples lives. We at Chronicle Chamber have celebrated the birthday by talking about each of the decades in detail and going over what we believe are the key moments through out the Phantoms history.Have a listen and tell us what you agree with and do not agree with. Have we missed any key dates or moments? We would love to hear back from you. Here are a few moments we discussed in the podcast. The video will have images showing the dates.1930'sOath of The Phantom, Comics being published around the world, strong character development, top stories, world wide appeal.1940'sWW2, Frew Publications, Wilson McCoy and Alfred Bester filling in for Lee Falk and Ray Moore, First mainstream merchandise, serial featuring Tom Tyler, the first engagement, Mr Walker alias, love interests from other characters to Diana and The Phantom.1950'sHeaps of new countries (Brazil, Sweden, Indonesia, Denmark, Norway etc), Jungle Patrol, the good mark and the Female Phantom were both introduced. Our Phantom was first introduced as the 21st Phantom1960'sSy Barry started on the Daily and Sunday strips, modernisation of the Phantom being moved to Africa and Bengalla becoming independent breaking  from its former colonialism rule. RGE/Semic started creating their own stories. Luaga, General Bababu, Eden, Rex, Whispering Woods, Keela Wee, Phantom Peak and Bomsbay Prison were all introduced.1970'sThe Phantom and Diana finally were married and then had two children. The stories from Sweden had a left lean towards them and emerged as the biggest producer of Phantom stories in the world. Old Man Mozz, Kit and Heloise, Dogai Singh, Mori tribe, Wasaki Tribe, origin of the Bandar friendship, the Dolphins, Hzz and Steggy were all introduced. The 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 18th Phantoms are all introduced to readers also.1980'sJim Shepherd took over Frew and modernised the comic. There was an explosion of merchandise in Australia and Sweden helped by the popularity of the clubs. Comic numbers sold in Brazil, Sweden and Australia all peaked. Defenders of the Earth was introduced. Fantomen Land in Sweden was opened and Frew went from the dominate blue cover to yellow strip top.1990'sThe 1996 Billy Zane movie, Sy Barry retiring and Lee Falk passing away was the big three of the decade. We were also introduced to Lubanaga, perhaps the biggest foe the 21st Phantom has ever dealt with. Fantomen moved to colour and Semic sold their rights to Egmont. Unfortunately with Lee Falk nearing his end and Sy barry retiring the newspaper stories hit an all time low. We also saw the 2040 Phantom TV show.2000'sMoonstone started publishing comics, Ulf Granberg was instrumental is saving the newspaper strips existence with Cleas Remeirthi and Tony DePaul. Continue decline in Egmont and Frew sales. Introduction of Sandal Singh and the Python as major arch nemeses to the 21st Phantom.2010'sEnd of an era with Ulf Granberg retiring and Jim Shepherd passing away. Frew Crew picked up the mantle and ran with it. Kid Phantom and Fantomen Kids started. Introduction to the Nomad and numerous swapping of newspaper artists. A bigger focus on Australian created content.We then discussed our favourite decades and had a go at predicting what we believe will be key moments throughout the 2020's.Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
It may be only be a month since our last comics and news podcast but with a heap of news and four comics to review there is plenty to talk about. Who are we kidding? We love chatting Phantom and you love listening to us - its a perfect match.As some may only want to listen to parts of the podcast, we have included a time stamp of each topic. Either way, I hope you enjoy the podcast. We have also included links to each piece of news so if you want more information you can click the links.The Frew 2021 annual has received a lot of negative feedback on social media. We discuss our thoughts including a response from the Frew Crew themselves and what the Frew 2022 annual may look like - they also want our feedback on what we want included with the annual. Make sure you listen to the podcast to hear some suggestions.Comic ReviewsFrew PublicationsFrew 1884: 3 MinutesFrew 1885: 29 MinutesFantomenFantomen 2-3/2020: 37 Minutes 30 SecondsFantomen 4/2020: 41 MinutesPhantom NewsCard Game Update (link to read more): 43 Minutes 30 SecondsAndreas Eriksson new Fantomen editor (link to read more): 44 MinutesBoard Game Update (link to read more): 53 Minutes 30 Seconds2021 Mallon Diary (link to read more): 59 MinutesBoss Fight Studio Wave 1.5 (link to read more): 1 Hour 30 SecondsPeter Richman Passing (link to read more): 1 Hour 9 MinutesHermes Phantom DC Series Announcement (link to read more): 1 Hour 11 MinutesNew German Series (link to read more): 1 Hour 18 MinutesNECA Defenders of the Earth Update: 1 Hour, 22 Minutes 30 SecondsMake sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. Our next podcast is one to remember - stay tuned.We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or chat with us via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. EDIT: Worth noting that there has been THREE Frew created stories published by Egmont. Thanks for the correction.Hero Complex published by FantometJungle Love and Errand of Mercy published by FantomenSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
#180 - The Phantom & Colour

#180 - The Phantom & Colour

2021-01-2802:20:27

Are Frew readers colourblind? If you like watching your podcasts with props, this will be a podcast to watch on YouTube.To discuss The Phantom & colour in detail we are joined by Kevin Patrick, author of "The Phantom Unmasked: America's First Superhero" and Indian phan Ankit Mitra who reviews the Regal Publishers Phantom comics for us. Together with Jermayn and Dan they discuss The Phantom and colour specifically focusing on the Frew comic published in Australia.We discuss all means of topics including the quality of the product with the colouring in quality, comparing colour styles of DC and Marvel, comparing the paper quality and of course the impact it will mean to the price of the comic.What makes this podcast work is that Ankit and Kevin know what they are talking about having a history of comics outside the Phantom. We touch upon several discussions including the history of Indians comics and why colour is so important to them. Along with Kevin's knowledge of India, he also talked about his research into the Swedish market and even looked at why and what lessons Frew could learn with Swedens and Norways Fantomen and Fantomet change to colour in 1991.To finish the podcast we all answer some final questionsWill colour Frew comics generate new younger readers for the Frew Magazine?Should Frew publish all the comics in colour, keep black and white or do a nice mixture of both?If you were in charge of Frew, what would you do with the colour and black and white mix of comics?If you were in charge of Frew, would you colour newspaper reprint stories?Would you be happy with less Frew comics a year if all in colour?We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode along with your answers to the above questions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. Kevin Patrick is an Adjunct Professor with the Department of Communication and Media Studies, Fordham University (Rose Hill, NY). He is an Australian media studies academic and comics historian, who has lived in the United States since 2016.He is the author of "The Phantom Unmasked: America's First Superhero", published by University of Iowa Press (2017) and has been on our X-Band: The Phantom Podcast Episode #83 as he discussed the book and his research. You can follow Kevin at his academia page and his Instagram page.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
Jermayn, Dan, Stephen & Mikael go over their phavourites from around the world for 2020 including the "Frew Best Of 2020" results as held in the survey ran by Chronicle Chamber.It is a bumper podcast just a tick over 2.5 hours but with 100+ comics and products that came out and 12 categories for us to discuss from 2020, it was not an easy task but we managed.First of all we go over the tale of the tape highlighting where each comic, TPB and book came from and comparing it from the previous years and then we go over our favourites. The discussion areas we discussed are:Best non-Frew/Fantomen coverBest Frew CoverFrew Survey Results for Best Frew CoverBest Fantomen CoverBest WriterBest Story ArtistBest Story Published by FrewFrew Survey Results for Best Frew StoryOverall Fantomen Best StoryBest Fantomen IssueBest Frew IssueFrew Survey Results for Best Frew IssueBest Licensed and Unlicensed Merchandise We then finished it off discussing our overall thoughts of 2020 from an overall Phantom perspective and our favourite Chronicle Chamber moment.Our YouTube video includes images and examples of all of the comics, stories and merchandise so if you are a visual person we recommend you watching our video. Otherwise our audio podcast is attached for your pleasure.YOUTUBE LINK: https://youtu.be/xdV5QHy146MAlso a huge thanks to everyone who entered in their phavourites for the Frew survey and a huge shout out to the winners:Frew Crew BadgeDaniella ColomaraNick MolesChronicle Chamber Merchandise SetShaneGlaucio CardosoAdrian WadeAll winners have their prizes sent out to them.Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
It may be only be a month since our last comics and news podcast but with a heap of news and four comics to review there is plenty to talk about.As some may only want to listen to parts of the podcast, we have included a time stamp of each topic. Either way, I hope you enjoy the podcast.Comic ReviewsFrew PublicationsFrew 1882: 3 minutesFrew 1883: 32 Minutes 30 SecondsGiant Size 15: 45 Minutes 30 SecondsFantomenFantomen 1/2020: 1 Hour 1 MinutePhantom NewsMikael Sol Stepping Down: 1 Hour 4 Minutes 30 SecondsBest of Frew 2020 Survey: 1 Hour 10 Minutes 30 SecondsNECA Toys Release Date: 1 Hour 15 Minutes 30 SecondsNew Publications from Germany: 1 Hour 25 Minutes 30 SecondsMake sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. Our next podcast is one to remember - stay tuned.We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
It is time for some phun to end 2020!We are joined by Callum Markin who is one of our loyal patreons as we let down our hair, put on some silly hats and celebrate Christmas for 2020.We touch upon our best buys for 2020, what we are hinting at with our families for Christmas and what we would like to see come out for 2021 which is the Phantoms 85th anniversary.Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
This is a podcast you do not want to miss out on listening to and watch. We had the honour to interview Timothy Boyle (Boiling Point Pictures & On Halloween) who was the writer for a  Phantom feature film that almost made it into production in 2010.In preparation of podcast we where able to read the fifth draft of the script. If you are a patreon supporter of the $5 level or more you will have been given access to read this script. The movie was titled "The Phantom Legacy".What follows is a two hour discussion on the film that never was. We discussed everything about the plot, his meetings with KFS, writers and his time in Hollywood. Perhaps the biggest two questions which we also ask are who was close to playing the Phantom in this movie and why did the movie get cancelled?This is a podcast not to be missed.Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
We have not released a comics and news for a while and it shows with an almost three hour long podcast. Stay with us and be prepared to go through several cups of coffee and trips to and from work as we talk about everything from the past couple of months. Luckily Ikon Collectors have just released a new Phantom coffee mug to help you through this bumper podcast.As some may only want to listen to parts of the podcast, we have included a time stamp of each topic. Either way, I hope you enjoy the podcast.Comic ReviewsFrew PublicationsFrew 1877: 4 MinutesFrew 1878: 30 MinutesFrew 1879: 34 Minutes 30 SecondsFrew 1880 & 1881: 44 MinutesRegal Publishers 3 & 4: 1 Hour 18 MinutesFantomenFantomen Softcover Album: 1 Hour 29 MinutesFantomen 2020 Christmas Album: 1 Hour 24 Minutes 30 SecondsFantomen 21/2020: 1 Hour 40 MinutesFantomen 22-23/2020: 1 Hour 42 MinutesFantomen 24/2020: 1 Hour 43 MinutesFantomen 25-26/2020: 1 Hour 45 Minutes 30 SecondsPhantom NewsBoard Game Update: 1 Hour 55 MinutesOnline Phan Catch Up: 1 Hour 59 MinutesCrooked Dice games Miniature Pieces: 2 Hour 2 Minutes 30 SecondsMythos Publishing Changes and 2021 Schedule: 2 Hour 8 MinutesIkon Collectables: 2 Hour 10 Minutes 30 SecondsNew KFS Style Guide: 2 Hour 16 Minutes2021 Mallon Diary: 2 Hour 23 MinutesPhantom Cameo in 18/2020 Beetle Bailey: 2 Hour 27 Minutes Jason Paulos art: 2 Hour 28 MinutesPatreon gifts: 2 Hour 34 MinutesMake sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. Our next podcast is one to remember - stay tuned.We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode and our reviews and opinions. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
#174 - With Wulfric Media

#174 - With Wulfric Media

2020-11-2601:43:03

By now most phans know of Wulfic Media and their huge range of Phantom rings they have released. What follows is an almost two hour chat with Kelby Wooldridge and the team at Chronicle Chamber.We talk about Kelby as a phan, his journey from country Western Australia to Queensland to producing some of the best most meticulous Phantom rings any phan has ever seen since the 1940's when the first Phantom ring was produced.We also touch upon important topics like:The design processThe cost of the ringsJohn Evans the designer of these ringsWorking with KFSAnd go over Wulfric Media products that have been announced but yet released. These include the comic folder, The Phantom Country Miniatures that turns into a game, The Jungle Patrol dog tags and much more.If you would like to follow Wulfric Media you can by the following links:FacebookEmailThere website will be released soon which you will be able to order from.We would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
Phantom 2040 is a French / American animated TV series that aired from September 18, 1994 to March 3, 1996 with 35 episodes. The series was generally well accepted by Phantom phans and others. From the series, we got a video game, comic books and some merchandise.Chronicle Chamber has some articles on our website for the video game, How to get the “good” ending on the video game Behind the scenes of the 2040 video game.As well as an interview with Brian Babendererde - The Phantom 2040 video game Designer.A review of the Spanish Phantom 2040 board game.Today we chat with Thom Schillinger who was the art director for the TV Series. If you enjoyed the TV show, you will love this podcast interview as he talks to us about all aspects from development of the show.During the two hours we learn things no one knew before including there was a prototype for a fully articulated figurine that nearly got into development, plus there were more than 35 episodes scheduled. If you are a YouTube viewer, you will love watching as Thom shows us original sketches from the show and an unused movie poster.If you would like to follow Thom Schillinger on social media you can by the following links:WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitterPhantom 2040 groupWe would love to hear from you on what you think of this podcast episode. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
When talking to Grange in X-Band: The Phantom Podcast Ep #168 we talked about villains and his rogues gallery. Ironically back in 2007 Paul Jonassen a Norwegian phan wrote for Chronicle Chamber and gave his top 10 villains. Now 13 years later we are going to relook at this list and the rest of the CC crew will add theirs. It is only fair to be joined by Paul and give him a chance to revisit his list.It is a great two hour chat and we not only discuss our top 10 villains but discuss who should return, what makes a great villain and do villains have a shelf life? We discuss many other important points including our own selection criteria's. You will enjoy this chat.Between Jermayn's, Stephens, Dan's and Paul's top 10 lists, there are 25 different villains and or organisations.  Below are the top 10 lists and then our combined top 10 list. We would love to hear from you on what your top 10 villains are.Paul's 2007 Top 10 VillainsKigali LubangaGeneral BababuDogai SinghRalp MarsBaron GroverBailRama SinghSalaGoldhandThe Marshall SistersPaul's 2020 Top 10 VillainsKigali LubangaGeneral BababuDogai SinghManuel OrtegaBailIrma FaustenbergCammellChatuSandal SinghGoldhandJermayn's Top 10 VillainsKigali LubangaChatuDogai Singh The NomadBaron GroverRama SinghThe Black CarnationPrincess SinSandal SinghVulturesDan's Top 10 VillainsVulturesThe NomadSingh BrotherhoodBababuMountain PrincesThe Sky BandChatuKigali LubangaScorpia / HydraDrummer of TimpanniStephen's Top 10 VillainsVulturesSingh BrotherhoodThe Butterfly ManGeneral BababuThe Nasty Misty Mountain PrincesLubangaThe NomadThe Lady Luck PiratesThe Phantom’s brother (DotE)Witch doctors such as Hoogan Our Combined Top 10 VillainsKigali LubangaVulturesChatuDogai SinghThe NomadBababuManuel OrtegaBailBaron GroverMountain PrincesWe would love to hear from you on what your top 10 villains are. You can email us at chroniclechamebr@gmail.com or via our social media profiles: Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
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Mikael Lyck

Fully dedicated to the Phantom! Yes please!

Apr 6th
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