Phantom?s fate hangs in hands of Bully readers

By STEVE ETWELL, Editor ? THE jungle drums are beating, Devil is growling and the Bandar may be out for my blood.

Yes, tomorrow is decision day on whether The Morning Bulletin retains The Phantom.

The Bulletin's provider of comic strips has plans to revamp our selection of comics and they believe The Phantomis too old to lead the Jungle Patrol.

But I'm not so sure and I have been asking our readers for their opinion.

Talkback radio, emails and letters to the editor tell me that there is a fair number of Phantom fans out there.

But are there enough for the Phantom to retain his spot on our comics page?

I need to be sure. If you are adamant that The Phantom must stay please let me know.

Email me at tmbully@capnews.com.au if you can't live without Mr Walker, Devil and Diana.

It's D-Day tomorrow.

Watch Saturday's Bulletin for the fate of The Phantom.



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