Long live the Brotherhood!
~ Mondern day members of the Singh Brotherhood citing their ancient oath.

The Singh Brotherhood is a historical global crime syndicate and the long-time adversaries of the The Phantom, and have made many appearances in Phantom comic books and comic strips throughout the years. The name has from time to time changed into "Sangh" in the Phantom comic strip and "Sengh" in the 1996 Phantom movie.


Although it has never been revealed when and how the Singh Brotherhood started, it is known that they have existed for many centuries. In 1536, they attacked a British merchant ship outside the coast of Bangalla, killing both Captain Christopher Walker and his crew. Only the son of the Captain survived, and he later on swore a sacred oath to fight evil, injustice and cruelty, and to put an end to the Brotherhood's activities. He later became The Phantom, The Ghost Who Walks.

The Singh Brotherhood's flag

The flag of the Singh Brotherhood.

After originating The Phantom, the brotherhood have existed in many different incarnations throughout the centuries. As of today, they exist as a worldwide organisation of modern day pirates, smugglers, thieves, and hit men.

In the European Phantom stories published by Egmont, the modern leader of the brotherhood is Sandal Singh, daughter of Dogai Singh. In the US Phantom stories by Moonstone Books, the leader is Temur Singh.

In other media

The Singh Brotherhood was rechristened to the Sengh Brotherhood in Paramount's 1996 movie Phantom. Their leader, Kabai Sengh, was played by Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.

The Brotherhood undergoes a drastic change in SyFy Television's 2009 miniseries The Phantom, becoming more like a corporation board with their leader Rhatib Singh being the last direct descendant of the Singh bloodline.