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THE LOST BOY

January 2, 2012

By Kate Brown

SEEK THE MAP! FIND THE TREASURE! ESCAPE YOUR FATE!

Lost, alone and thousands of miles from home… Was our hero shipwrecked? Was he washed overboard? Was he pushed…?!

The boy can’t remember. All he knows for sure is he’s on a very strange island. There doesn’t seem to be anyone else around. But someone has definitely been here before him because he keeps finding strange fragments of a map. Do they lead to treasure? Or could they be the key to unlocking his memories…?

Catch a new episode in this thrilling series every week – only in The Phoenix Comic!

ASSEMBLE THE MAP-PIECES!

Episode Thirty One: Big Black Beast –  click here to download the Twelfth and final scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Twenty Nine: Mild Spider Peril –  click here to download the eleventh scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Twenty Nine: Mild Spider Peril –  click here to download the tenth scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Twenty Six: On Shaky Ground –  click here to download the ninth scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Twenty Two: I should be so Lucky   click here to download the eighth scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Nineteen: X Marks… – click here to download the seventh scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Nineteen: X Marks… – click here to download the sixth scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Sixteen: Beating about the Bush – click here to download the fifth scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Twelve: Shadow of a Doubt – click here to download the fourth scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Seven: Mix and Match – click here to download the third scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode Two: Fowl Play – click here to download the second scrap of our hero’s map!

Episode One: Beached – click here to download the first scrap of our hero’s map! 

The Lost Boy is created by…

Kate Brown

“I live and work full-time making comics in Oxford, UK. I like comics (obviously), sea creatures (particularly crustaceans), aquariums, snails, dolls, figurines and puppets, rainy weather, soup, sandwiches, cartoons, books, films and music. I am unable to make muffins, and this makes me quite sad. I was born in 1984.”

Look out for Kate’s other brilliant story for children of all ages THE SPIDER MOON – available now from The DFC Library