Jedda Walker (Marvel Comics)

Publication information

Publisher: Marvel Comics
First appearance: Defenders of the Earth #1 (January, 1987)
Created by: Alex Saviuk, Bob Harras, Fred Fredericks, Stan Lee

In-story information

Alter ego: Jedda Walker 
Notable aliases: ( briefly when she believed her father dead) The Phantom, The 28th Phantom, The Ghost who Walks, The Man who Cannot Die, Guardian of the Eastern Dark
Relatives: The Phantom (father)
Affiliations: Flash Gordon (King Features Syndicate), K'Shin (King Features Syndicate), Mandrake (King Features Syndicate), Rick Gordon, Kisa
Team affiliations: Defenders Of The Earth
Enemies: Ming The Merciless (King Features Syndicate)
Abilities: 
Base of Operations: Skull Cave, The Deep Woods, Bangalla, Africa; The Defenders of the Earth base

Status

Alignment: Good
Identity Secret:
Race: Human
Citizenship:
Marital Status:
Occupation: Crimefighter

Characteristics

Gender: Female
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Origin

Origin: 
Universe: 

History

The 27th Phantom had a daughter. Her named just happened to be Jedda Walker. She is a crimefighter; following her father as a superhero. Also following her father's footsteps she became a member of the illustrious group, Defenders of the Earth. Her father was thought dead, for a brief time, and she took the mantel as the 28th Phantom. He returned though and she had to return the reigns to her father. 

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Jedda has telekinetic powers too.  She also appears to be communicate telepathically with her black panther, Kisa.

Abilities

 Jedda is an expert marksman, making her extremely deadly with weapons. She also rides horses, having been taught in her childhood.  Jedda has also become a good fighter. She has been trained i many forms of combat. Over the years Jedda has become extremely agile and athletic. 

Strength level

Weaknesses

Paraphernalia

Equipment

Transportation

Weapons

She, as the Phantom, carried weapons; a dagger, twin .45 pistols, and two  rings which  leave marks on those they come in contact with . She also has the "Good Mark" on the left hand,  four overlapping swords / letter P's forming a rotating cross, which marks her under the Phantom's protection. She also has the "Skull Mark" on the right hand. It is usually delivered as a punch to the face. It shows the person hit and his a sign of punishment for crossing the Phantom. 
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