The BEST episodes of Phantom 2040
Every episode of Phantom 2040 ever, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Phantom 2040!
Phantom 2040 is a half hour cartoon based on Lee Falk's original character, but in the year 2040. This animation is produced by the Hearst Entertainment, Inc . Co. It is the 24th Phantom who is, of course, Kit Walker a descendant of the original Kit Walker whose ship was attacked by pirates, and on that day swore vengeance to uphold & protect the innocent & and the jungle (which loosely translates to the world's environment or nature). In this version Kit (18 Yrs old) is the reluctant recipient of the phantom lore and mantle. Each Phantom is trained from the age of 2 yrs. to adulthood. Unfortunately the 23rd Phantom died before the current Kit started his training. This Phantom has more than a couple of colt .45's at hand and his suit can render him invisible to biot's (robots) and to humans as well and has genetically enhanced plants that he uses as a kind of web-shooter a-la Spiderman style as well as many gadgets of the 22nd century.
#1 - Dark Orbit (2)
Season 1 - Episode 10 - Aired 11/20/1994
#2 - Dark Orbit (1)
Season 1 - Episode 9 - Aired 11/13/1994
Sean 1 of the orbital platform is close to achieving his dream of acquiring enough power to enforce a declaration of independence. Will Graft and the Phantom team up to stop him from destroying Metropia and part of the world in his quest for a Free Orbital Nation?
#3 - The Second Time Around
Season 2 - Episode 14 - Aired 2/11/1996
When the Phantom stops a crime in progress, the criminal surprises the Phantom with an unexpected sigil, and leads Kit into the first-ever ""Virtual Reality"" excursion into the Phantom Chronicles, where he enters and interacts with and changes an action-filled story of the 20th Phantom.Watch Now:Amazon
#7 - Shadows from the Past
Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired 10/23/1994
An egyptian would-be queen wants revenge on the Phantom, who unified her continent many years ago. But when her venom-tipped darts affect Guran instead of Kit, we find out a little more about the night Kit's father vanishedWatch Now:Amazon
#9 - Moments of Truth
Season 2 - Episode 16 - Aired 2/25/1996
Gorda and Rebecca fight over Rebecca's smuggling of yellow roses. Why would the all-powerful head of Maximum, Inc smuggle in flowers that can be grown right here in Metropia? Meanwhile, Sparks' ignorance of geography leads Kit to enrolling him at the University.Watch Now:Amazon
#11 - The Sacrifice (2)
Season 2 - Episode 12 - Aired 11/18/1995
Kit's continuing search for a way to save his father leads to some interesting revelations about Max Madison Sr., Mr. Cairo, and the 23rd Phantom, and puts Cairo in the worst danger he's ever encountered. Meanwhile, the Madisons and Gorda continue wreaking havoc while Rebecca attempts to put a ""positive spin"" on their scheming.Watch Now:Amazon
#12 - The Sacrifice (1)
Season 2 - Episode 11 - Aired 11/11/1995
Kit and his friends return to his lair and find the mysterious message left by Kit's father, as the Madisons scheme to escape the dome with the assistance of Gorda (who may or may not be helping...). However, when Kit has to choose between the life of a person he loves and the life of Metropia itself, how does he decide?Watch Now:Amazon
#13 - The Sins of the Fathers (2)
Season 2 - Episode 10 - Aired 11/4/1995
Having been convinced by his friend Guran to go to Africa, his ancestral home, Kit finds deeper truth than even he imagined in the Phantom's fight for justice through the ages. Meanwhile, the truth behind Max Madison, Sr.'s original plan and the cause of the train wreck are revealed and lead to a shocking conclusion -- and the beginning of the Maximum Era.Watch Now:Amazon
#14 - The Sins of the Fathers (1)
Season 2 - Episode 9 - Aired 10/28/1995
Many major plots reach a crescendo pitch as Sagan regains consciousness and her relationship with Kit is finally resolved, more truth behind the Sector Zero crash and many of its ramifications is revealed, and the Maximum Era counts down to launch.Watch Now:Amazon
#17 - The Ties That Bind
Season 2 - Episode 6 - Aired 10/7/1995
Rebecca launches what may be the first physical attack in her bid to begin the Maximum Era by destroying Dykstra Platform, home of Sean 1. Meanwhile, Max finally is lured out of VR and Pavlova cannot take working for Dr. Jak anymore, exercising her free will to resign. Vaingloria joins the Maximum security force as Sagan is knocked into a coma.
#19 - A Boy and His Cat
Season 2 - Episode 2 - Aired 9/9/1995
While testing his VR-controlled remote-control biot, Max gets trapped in his VR world; as Rebecca hires an annoying genius to work from Maximum's end, the Phantom works from inside VR to help get Max out before his remote biot wrecks Metropia. But does Max *want* to get out?Watch Now:Amazon
#20 - The Biot in Red
Season 1 - Episode 11 - Aired 11/27/1994
The further adventures of Heisenberg the fractal biot, as he explores the concept of ""feelings"", and Dr. Jak has to do without his biot assistant for a while.
#22 - Three into One
Season 1 - Episode 13 - Aired 12/11/1994
Maximum Inc's latest innovation is a virtual theme park featuring the rock star Vaingloria. But when three people seem to be taken over by a strange psychic force, their combined might may be too much for Metropia, so the police decide they need the Phantom's help - and offer him absolution if he solves the case. And the liason the police choose to work with the Phantom? Why, Sagan, of courseWatch Now:Amazon
#24 - The Magician
Season 1 - Episode 15 - Aired 2/11/1995
When Sagan digs into the mystery of the Phantom's identity, she uncovers an old associate of the Phantom from 20 years ago. Unfortunately, her search has been tailed - now, can that associate protect both himself and the Phantom from Graft's overeager crew?Watch Now:Amazon
#25 - Swifter, Higher, Faster
Season 1 - Episode 16 - Aired 2/18/1995
Kit's investigation into the dissemination of a new drug leads him to the athletes at his own college, where his friends confront him about his strange behavior and evasive secrecy.