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[[Image:PhantomZone.png|thumb|300px|The Phantom Zone<ref>As it appeared in the [[Superman (TV series)|Superman (1988)]] episode [[The Hunter (episode)|The Hunter]].</ref>]]
 
[[Image:PhantomZone.png|thumb|300px|The Phantom Zone<ref>As it appeared in the [[Superman (TV series)|Superman (1988)]] episode [[The Hunter (episode)|The Hunter]].</ref>]]
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The '''''Phantom Zone''''' is a ''matterless'' void. It is another dimension created by [[Jor-El]] to contain the galaxy's most terrible criminals.<ref>As was told in the [[Superman (TV series)|Superman (1988)]] episode [[The Hunter (episode)|The Hunter]]</ref>
 
The '''''Phantom Zone''''' is a ''matterless'' void. It is another dimension created by [[Jor-El]] to contain the galaxy's most terrible criminals.<ref>As was told in the [[Superman (TV series)|Superman (1988)]] episode [[The Hunter (episode)|The Hunter]]</ref>
{{cquote|In the uncharted void of deep-space an incredible [[5th Dimension]] of space and time lies parallel to the universe that we know. This interesting'' interstellar warp'' which holds the most sinister and ruthless criminals in the galaxy is the infamous Phantom Zone.|20px|20px|Narrator, [[Terror from the Phantom Zone]]}}
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{{cquote|In the uncharted void of deep-space an incredible [[5th Dimension]] of space and time lies parallel to the universe that we know. This interesting'' interstellar warp'' which holds the most sinister and ruthless criminals in the galaxy is the infamous Phantom Zone.|20px|20px|Narrator, [[Terror from the Phantom Zone]]}}
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You can be sent to the ''Phantom Zone'' with the [[Phantom Zone Ray]], that [[Superman]] keeps at the [[Fortress of Solitude]].
 
You can be sent to the ''Phantom Zone'' with the [[Phantom Zone Ray]], that [[Superman]] keeps at the [[Fortress of Solitude]].
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==People that were sent to the Phantom Zone==
 
==People that were sent to the Phantom Zone==
 
*[[Jax-Ur]]
 
*[[Jax-Ur]]
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*[[Faora]]
 
*[[Faora]]
 
*[[Ursa]]
 
*[[Ursa]]
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==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
 
[[SuperFriends (TV series)]]
 
[[SuperFriends (TV series)]]
 
*[http://superfriends.wikia.com/wiki/Challenge_of_the_SuperFriends#1st_Incarnation_.2F_Segment ''new'' SuperFriends (1978)]: [[Terror from the Phantom Zone]]
 
*[http://superfriends.wikia.com/wiki/Challenge_of_the_SuperFriends#1st_Incarnation_.2F_Segment ''new'' SuperFriends (1978)]: [[Terror from the Phantom Zone]]
 
*[[Super Friends: The Shorts, Part Three, The Lost Episodes| 1983 Shorts]]: [[Return of the Phantoms]]
 
*[[Super Friends: The Shorts, Part Three, The Lost Episodes| 1983 Shorts]]: [[Return of the Phantoms]]
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[[Superman (TV series)]]
 
[[Superman (TV series)]]
 
:*[[The Hunter (episode)]]
 
:*[[The Hunter (episode)]]
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More Coming Soon!
 
More Coming Soon!
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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Revision as of 22:29, April 10, 2011

PhantomZone

The Phantom Zone[1]

The Phantom Zone is a matterless void. It is another dimension created by Jor-El to contain the galaxy's most terrible criminals.[2]

In the uncharted void of deep-space an incredible 5th Dimension of space and time lies parallel to the universe that we know. This interesting interstellar warp which holds the most sinister and ruthless criminals in the galaxy is the infamous Phantom Zone.
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You can be sent to the Phantom Zone with the Phantom Zone Ray, that Superman keeps at the Fortress of Solitude.


People that were sent to the Phantom Zone


Appearances

SuperFriends (TV series)


Superman (TV series)

More Coming Soon!


References

  1. As it appeared in the Superman (1988) episode The Hunter.
  2. As was told in the Superman (1988) episode The Hunter
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