Re: Tim Boyle's The Phantom
Sure, he does, but not to the degree of the likes of Batman (thankfully, IMHO). It often depends on the events he experiences. Moonstone had a really dark story lately, as an example, where he had to face child soldiers and a warlord loosely based on Joseph Kony.
The comic can in general be quite dark at times, with some really deep themes. Lee Falk's earliest stories had a perfect mix of adventure, romance, action, and fun, with a darker, mysterious edge to them. That would be great for a movie too.
Last edited by Walker; 01-07-2009 at 12:44 PM.