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->''"When any guard wakes up, I'm usually long gone."''
-->-- '''Garrett''', ''VideoGame/{{Thief 2014}}''

The Phantom Thief is a special class of criminal. An elusive and fantastic thief who can be long gone before the victim even knows what hit him. Just as likely to be an antihero as a villain.

There is no single set model of the Phantom Thief, but they usually have some of the following characteristics.

* Steals items that are not merely very expensive but often priceless: fine art, unique gems, historical artifacts.
* Leaves a CallingCard for the intended victim.
* Is a MasterOfDisguise.
* Uses trickery and illusions to escape undetected.
* Has a [[TheRival rival]] in the form of a GreatDetective or a [[SympatheticInspectorAntagonist stubborn police inspector]].
* Has a strict code of honor, ranging from [[ThouShaltNotKill refusing to commit murder]] to outright announcing heists in advance.
* Steals for reasons other than personal gain, such as personal challenge, being a {{Troll}} or vigilante justice.
* May or may not actually [[ImpossibleThief break the laws of physics or the common sense altogether]] to achieve their goal.
* Is meant to be either admired by the audience or at the very least [[MagnificentBastard respected for their wit, audacity and adherence to self-made rules]].

Bonus points given if the character is known for being a SharpDressedMan sporting a CoolHat (especially one reminiscent of nice-looking yet out of style fashions). This is particularly common in Japanese media, stemming from the popularity of Literature/ArseneLupin [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff in Japan]]. The Japanese word for it is ''Kaitou''.

Compare GentlemanThief and ClassyCatBurglar, both of which can overlap with this trope. If part of their motivation is the thrill of stealing, then they may have StickyFingers. See also LoveableRogue and AntiHero. Does not require that the thief in question be [[OurGhostsAreDifferent an actual phantom]], though such a character ''can'' still fit this trope. And it ''definitely'' does not refer to a thief who steals ghosts.



[[folder: Advertising]]
* The UsefulNotes/McDonalds Hamburglar, although he steals hamburgers rather than jewels or artwork.

[[folder: Anime and Manga]]
* The Black Rose in ''Anime/AshitaNoNadja''. [[spoiler:He's really Keith Harcourt, the older twin brother of Francis Harcourt who walked out on the family after his mother died.]]
* The Nezumi Kid from ''Manga/AkazukinChacha''. He comes into conflict with Chacha and her friends when he steals the Graduation Stamp needed to enable the students to graduate.
* The Kisugi sisters trio in ''Manga/CatsEye''.
* And in Tsukasa Hojo's next work, ''Manga/CityHunter'', you have Kasumi Asou alias Theif n°305, who comes from a line of women phantom thieves.
* The Man of Twenty Faces from ''Manga/ClampSchoolDetectives'' (and his own manga; note that the manga was inspired by a GentlemanThief by the same name from earlier books, movies, and television).
* Kaitou Ace from ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', although he's also the MysteriousProtector [[spoiler:and the BigBad]].
* Loser from ''Manga/DimensionW'', although he never actually ''steals'' anything...because he's actually targeting illegal coils hidden inside art pieces.
* More obviously, Dark from ''Manga/DNAngel,'' although he steals cursed items to get them uncursed.
%%* Eroica from ''Manga/FromEroicaWithLove''
* Psiren of ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist''. [[spoiler:The people of her city don't really want her caught - it's an {{Expy}} of Venice and will soon slide underwater, so she's the only thing keeping people coming.]]
* Played with in ''[[Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex Ghost in the Shell]]'' when the Major is Cash Eye. [[spoiler:A false thief created to trap a CorruptCorporateExecutive.]]
* Part of the backstory of ''LightNovel/{{Gosick}}'' involves a St. Marguerite Academy graduate named Maxim, who went on to become a criminal known as Phantom Thief Kuiaran. [[spoiler: A major plot point in Episodes 4 and 5 involves a NewTransferStudent named Avril, who turns out to be Kuiaran's successor. It's revealed that she kidnapped the real Avril and disguised herself as her in order to pull off a heist at the Academy.]]
* In the BoysLove manga ''Manga/GorgeousCarat'', main character Ray is also known as Phantom Thief Noir.
* Called out to, but not really played right with [[http://www.mangareader.net/hayate-the-combat-butler/317/6 Fumi and Sharna]] of ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler''.
* The BoysLove manga ''Kaitou Game'' revolves around a phantom thief who is literally known as the Phantom Thief and the nobleman's son he falls in love with.
* Hailing from ''Anime/KaitouJoker'' is its titular character whose embodies this trope in-universe. His rivals and mentor are also this.
* Saint Tail from ''Manga/KaitouSaintTail'' is a MagicalGirl style thief who uses ImpossiblyAwesomeMagicTrick themed skills to steal back property that was already wrongly taken. Notably, she only leaves calling cards to taunt her KidDetective crush.
* Maron/"Jeanne" from ''Manga/KamikazeKaitouJeanne'' is considered to be this, as whenever she purifies a piece of art, it disappears.
* Robas from ''Anime/{{Kiba}}'', who becomes the thief "No Face" because he's bored and wishes for a challenge. It's also hinted he may be trying to help out his family financially, since their fortune is somewhat on the rocks.
* ''Manga/TheKindaichiCaseFiles'' has a female example with male name "Gentleman thief/Kaitou Shinshi".
* ''Manga/KingOfBanditJing'': The titular character himself; legends claim he can steal the very stars from the night sky- and he proceeds to live up to his ImpossibleThief status; conceding once- to monument which he admits he doesn't have a pocket big enough to fit. He tends to forgo full disguises as his youth usually works as is; he also enjoys leaving the classic calling card from time to time which all carry his symbol of a black cat face wth wingding eyes.
* ''Franchise/LupinIII'' is based on ''Literature/ArseneLupin''; both titular characters are famously uncatchable, with the half-Japanese character being the grandson of the famous French thief.
* Kaitou Kid (literally known as the Phantom Thief Kid) from ''Manga/MagicKaito'' and ''Manga/DetectiveConan''. In ''Magic Kaito'' he had a lot of Lupin homages, including the indefatigable Nakamori for Ganimard and Hakuba Saguru popping over from England in place of Sherlock Holmes.
* X in ''Manga/MajinTanteiNougamiNeuro''. Unfortunately, those aren't [[SerialKiller his only crimes]]...
* Phantom Renegade of ''VideoGame/{{Medabots}}'' steals rare medals in order to keep them out of the wrong hands. He would actually do a pretty good job, if he didn't clumsily lose them right after gloating over his successful heist.
* The hero of ''Manga/{{Mouse}}'' and his three female colleges, all of whom pose as normal teachers when not out thieving.
* In ''Manga/MythicalDetectiveLokiRagnarok'', Freyr (in his first episode), because every GreatDetective needs a rival.
* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', Nami can steal practically anything without anyone noticing (as seen in the Drum arc). However she prefers to brag.
* Twenty Faces from Kigitsu Katsuhisa's one-shot manga ''Phase 20''.
* ''Manga/PhantomThiefPokemon7'' is about a, well, Phantom Thief in the world of VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}.
* Odoren from ''Anime/PrettyCureAllStars Haru no Carnival'' portrays himself as this. His actions… make it less so.
* One of the earliest examples is probably Creator/OsamuTezuka's ''Rainbow Parakeet'', whose unusual name comes from his mastery of disguise & ability to mimic voices.
* ''Manga/ShadowLady'' has Aimi Komori that crosses paths with De-Mo, a resident of the Demon World who forcefully introduces her to the magic eye shadow that transforms her into Shadow Lady, a ClassyCatBurglar that becomes the focus of a police task force led by Bright Honda.
* Le Bled from ''Manga/SteamDetectives''. Also known as Phantom Thief Le Bled!
* ''Anime/TimeBokan'' series "Kaitou Kiramekiman". Set in the near future, the main character are a couple of young thieves named Kiramekiman. Secretly, the goal of Kiramekiman is actually noble, since they are only stealing certain objects in order to maintain peace in the future.

[[folder: Comic Books]]
* The Rogue from ''ComicBook/TheMazeAgency''.
* ComicBook/{{Fantomas}} (the Mexican comic book version anyway.)

[[folder: Fan Fic]]
* Doctor Strange dabbles in this in ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'', mixing in elements of the ImpossibleThief - things stolen so far include Harry's phoenix feather from the back-pocket of one of the two most powerful telepaths ever to live, Alastor Moody's wooden leg, and [[ItMakesSenseInContext Loki's disembodied head. Twice.]] In the latter case, he actually left a note: "I.O.U. one Loki." Considering that he'd just delivered it to Asgard, after swiping it from under the nose of an extremely powerful necromancer with SuperSenses, it's likely that he did it just to prove he could. All of this happens as part of his usual habit of treating the Laws of Physics as optional extras.
** It gets to the point that in the sequel, Thor bluntly states that if Strange wanted to pinch the Tesseract from Asgard's vaults, he could.
* In the first chapter of ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/2093421/1/Tales-of-Minako-and-Hotaru Tales of Minako and Hotaru]]'', [[Franchise/SailorMoon Hotaru Tomoe]] poses as one in order to get Minako's attention.
* Chapter 23 of ''FanFic/TheNewTrialsOfCardCaptorSakura'' introduces Kaitou Magician, who often manages to steal artifacts without leaving a single clue.
* [[Anime/LupinIII Zenigata's]] granddaughter, of all people, in ''FanFic/BattleFantasiaProject''. For extra {{Irony}} points, she's being pursed by none other than ''Lupin's'' granddaughters.
* The sidestory centered on the Black Arachnid of ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'' fully portrays him as one of these.

[[folder: Film]]
* Sir Charles Lytton, a.k.a. 'the Phantom', from ''Franchise/ThePinkPanther'' and sequels.
* François Toulour (Vincent Cassel), also known as "The Night Fox", in ''[[Film/OceansEleven Ocean's Twelve]]'' and ''[[Film/OceansEleven Ocean's Thirteen]]''.

[[folder: Literature]]
* ''Literature/ArseneLupin ''is the TropeCodifier.
* ''Literature/{{Fantomas}}'', an anarchist whose crimes (supposedly) stem from a disdain for modern civilization. Unlike Lupin, he is a cruel, manipulative psychopath with no qualms at all about murdering people and framing the innocent to face the guillotine for his crimes. His titles include "The Man with a Thousand Faces", "The Lord of Terror", "The Master of Crime" and "The Genius of Evil."
%%* Literature/TheSaint
* The Gray Ghosts in the ''Literature/{{Shadowleague}}'' books.
* Conina from ''Discworld/{{Sourcery}}'' once stole some diamonds from a thief who had himself absconded from a jewellery shop ''having swallowed'' them. She's actually a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot phantom thief illegitimate barbarian hairdresser]].
* The titular character of the German gangster spoof series ''Literature/DickieDickDickens'' has traces of this, being a Chicago gangster in the 1920s who uses trickery, charm and his [[ImpossibleThief impossibly well-honed skills as a pickpocket]] to reach his goal. His son, Donald D. Doberman, is an even clearer example of the trope.
* ''Literature/OldPossumsBookOfPracticalCats'':
--> He's the bafflement of Scotland Yard, the Flying Squad's despair:\\
For when they reach the scene of crime--Macavity's not there!
* Comus from the Creator/ElleryQueen short story "The Dauphin's Doll" in ''Calendar of Crime''.
* The Bishop from ''[[Literature/TheStainlessSteelRat A Stainless Steel Rat is Born]]'' is a retired Phantom Thief. His crowning achievement was stealing shipments of cash from the local equivalent of Fort Knox: a sealed crate of money leaves, but when it arrives at the destination, it contains only a single chess bishop. The Stainless Steel Rat himself is rather more physical: it's a rare crime that doesn't involve guards winding up on the wrong end of a gas grenade or a karate chop, something the Bishop calls him out on.
* Ishimaru Kouta of ''LightNovel/{{Zaregoto}}'' is supposedly one of these, although we never see her in action.

[[folder: Live Action TV]]
* ''Franchise/KamenRider''
** ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'': Kamen Rider Diend is actually named has Daiki ''[[MeaningfulName Kaitou]]'', but he's only partway to being a full-fledged Phantom Thief. He has the "theft of valuable objects" and "uses trickery and illusions" bits down but his personality boils down to "real-life {{Troll}}" for his victims (especially [[TheHero Tsukasa]]), and he steals not out of a sense of social justice but because he enjoys it ([[spoiler:though that's just his assertion, in truth it's because he's trying to fill the void left behind by his brother being [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashed by a crime boss]]]]).
** In ''Series/KamenRiderKabuto'', Tadokoro's team create their own Phantom Thief, 'Shadow', to lure out a Worm that targets criminals.
** ''Series/KamenRiderDrive'' has Zoroku Tojo who was one in his youth, but time was not kind to him until he found [[BrainUpload Cyberoid ZZZ]].
* ''Series/IlJiMae'': "Don't worry, I can steal anything. After all, I'm Il Ji-Mae."
* Parker on ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' is this, but she's also crazy and more than a little unsettling due to her lack of understanding for basic social norms. Her mentor, Archie Leech, is this as well, and a GentlemanThief.
* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'':
** In ''Series/TokumeiSentaiGoBusters'': One episode in the last half of the series features Kaitou Pink Buster, a rich woman who steals wearing an outfit based on the Go-Buster's out of transformation uniform, and becomes attached to Red Buster. In the Alternate world Dobutsu Sentai Go-Busters, her counterpart, Pink Cat, is His sister.
** The first of two eponymous teams in ''Series/KaitouSentaiLupinrangerVSKeisatsuSentaiPatranger'' is a trio of heroic thieves. As their name implies, they're styled after Literature/ArseneLupin, and they target the intergalactic crime syndicate Ganglar in order to steal back a set of artifacts he originally gathered.
* ''Series/SpiderManJapan'' has two examples - one who gets kidnapped by the Iron Cross Army and hypnotized into committing crimes in Spider-Man's name, and one who retired five years ago after stealing a highly valuable jewel to look after his orphaned grandson.

[[folder: Music]]
* The ''Music/MomoiroCloverZ'' song "Kaitou Shojo" is all about this, although they're more interested in stealing your heart than stealing jewels.
* There are many ''Music/{{VOCALOID}}'' songs featuring this trope, most notably:
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0GrJUh-hz8 Phantom Thief F's Scenario ~Mystery of the Missing Diamond~]] by ''Hitoshizuku-P×Yama△'', a song about a theft of an expensive diamond during its auction on an extravagant passenger ship. The song features ten vocalists playing different parts.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vo_D73nr1Dg The Phantom Thief Chat Noir]] by ''yukkedolce'', where a phantom thief rescues a girl he was falsely accused of kidnapping.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFM70auSz4c Piano x Forte x Scandal]] by ''OSTER Project''. The [[VideoGame/HatsuneMikuProjectDiva Project Mirai/Diva Arcade]] video portrays MEIKO (or any of the available vocalists) as a glamorous, elegant thief stealing an expensive necklace and running away from the police. Fittingly, all the modules designed for this song have the name "Phantom Thief" followed by the name of the VOCALOID.
* ''Music/SuperJunior's'' music video for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvqB6JsRbsc Black Suit]] is about the group planning to steal a suit at an auction, only for somebody else to get it before them.

[[folder: Tabletop RPG]]
* ''{{Pathfinder}}'' has a rogue archetype literally named phantom thief. Described in flavor text as a career choice for aristocrats looking for excitement in their lives and breaking into the most secure places just for the thrill of it and often leaving a nice calling card behind rather than stealing anything, it removes the sneak attack, trap finding and trap sense class features to instead give massive bonuses to the use of skills, even more class skills and skill points to spend and more options for rogue talents, making the phantom thief archetype the ultimate skill monkey and infiltrator.

[[folder: Video Games]]
* Trilby epitomizes this trope in ''VideoGame/TheArtOfTheft''. He continues to be one in the ''VideoGame/ChzoMythos'', though he soon finds his chosen vocation can be stressful.
* Neeshka from ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'', although certainly interested in money, mostly sees burglary as a sort of competitive game, taking delight in difficult heists.
* ''Franchise/AceAttorney'':
** ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyTrialsAndTribulations'', Mask☆[=DeMasque=] (yes, [[LuckyCharmsTitle complete with the star]]) is a PhantomThief - and he's your client. Your [[NervousWreck high-strung]], [[CowardlyLion flighty]] client. The same case gives us his self-declared [[GreatDetective Ace Detective]] [[TheRival rival]], Luke Atmey. [[spoiler:[=DeMasque=] didn't commit the theft in question - that was Atmey, who was responsible for putting him up to most of his previous heists and was using this one as an alibi.]]
** ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigations'':
*** The game has another in "The Great Yatagarasu", a sort of IntrepidReporter version of the VigilanteMan. The Yatagarasu has two odd quirks compared to other phantom thieves. First; the Yatagarasu doesn't steal much that's tangible. Rather, the thief makes off with evidence of [[CorruptCorporateExecutive dirty dealings]] and makes them public. Secondly, the Yatagarasu doesn't actually send calling cards to the victim beforehand. Rather, the victim doesn't know that their info was even stolen, until it shows up on the news, having been delivered to the authorities alongside a calling card. [[spoiler:Actually, there's [[CollectiveIdentity three of "him"]], all {{Cowboy Cop}}s. One however is TheMole planted in the group to keep them away from a smuggling ring. They are prosecutor Byrne Faraday, Detective Tyrell Badd, and attorney/mole Calisto Yew.]]
*** Related is Kay Faraday, who claims to be the new Yatagarasu though [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything she doesn't actually ever steal anything]]. Bonus points for managing the unlikely combination of [[HighlyVisibleNinja Highly Visible]] PhantomThief.
* In the ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}'' series, Garrett is a classic PhantomThief and AntiHero, though he steals for his own gain as well as for the thrill of it. The higher difficulty levels impose a code of honor (no killing humans; zombies and the like are fair game). The {{Fandom}} takes it further still, with a common SelfImposedChallenge being the [[StealthRun Ghost run]] - a playthrough in which Garrett gets in, steals everything not nailed down, and gets out again without anyone even suspecting he was ever there. To clarify, Ghosting means leaving no evidence anyone was there. No unlocked doors (lock them again), nobody looked round and asked "What's that noise?", no broken windows, no doused torches (in Thief 2, which this is very popular for, re-lighting torches is easy) and definitely nobody injured or killed. The only difference is all the loot is gone.
* Skye from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon DS Cute'' is widely known as "Phantom Skye". He doesn't seem to steal for any other reason other than for the fun of it (or, should you choose to woo him, to meet with the player). But Skye steals because [[spoiler:he wants to make really good curry. The items he steals are ingredients and other people's curry dishes (to taste them).]]
* [[ClassyCatBurglar Kasumi Goto]] of ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''.
--> I'm the best thief in the galaxy. Not the most famous.
** She would lampshade leaving notes and signs of her robberies by saying her partner/lover Keiji got her out of the habit.
* ''VideoGame/WarioMasterOfDisguise'' features Wario becoming one of these using a magic wand he took from a ''real'' phantom thief. The game's original title, ''Kaitou Wario the Seven'', is clearly meant to suggest both Lupin the Third and the Fiend of Twenty Faces (since seven is actually how many costumes Wario has, besides the basic thief).
* ''VideoGame/MapleStory'' gets one as a playable character, unsubtly named Phantom.
* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion'' has the Gray Fox, who people believe can slip through doors and become invisible. And no one knows who he is, [[spoiler:because he's wearing a cursed Daedric artifact that strikes the wearer's name from history.]]
* The newly-introduced Trickster class in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', a promotion of the standard Thief, is literally described as a glamorous phantom thief. Its members are capable of using healing staves as well as swords.
* ''VideoGame/RhythmThiefAndTheEmperorsTreasure'' gives us the aptly named Phantom R, a thief known for stealing priceless works of art... only to return them days later without a scratch. The Police always fail to catch him, even after they spot him in the act. [[PoliceAreUseless Then again...]]
* [[VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} Hoopa]], a literal phantom thief, is capable of using its portal rings to hide away the treasures it stole.
** Which apparently include entire ''islands'' and ''legendary pokemon''. Hoopa would also classify as an ImpossibleThief.
* The protagonists of ''VideoGame/Persona5'', known as the Phantom Thieves of Hearts, are an interesting twist on this trope. Going by appearances, they seem to fit the classic Phantom Thief archetype; all members are either a GentlemanThief or ClassyCatBurglar, uses excessive amounts of stealth in their heists, and even send calling cards to their victim before beginning their heists. What really differentiates them from standard Phantom Thieves is that they're less thieves and more [[InternalReformist Internal Reformists]]; going into an EldritchLocation known as the Metaverse, they can sweep into a target's subconscious and effectively trigger a [[HeelFaceBrainwashing forced Heel-Face Turn]], by stealing the manifestations of evil people's desires. In doing so, people normally untouchable by the law are brought to justice, making them a mix between [[InternalReformist Internal Reformists]] and [[CowboyCop Cowboy Cops]].
* The ''Franchise/SlyCooper'' franchise is built on this trope, covering each and every point detailed above; even the Japanese name for the series is "Kaitou (Phantom/Wonder Thief) Sly Cooper".
* Bleublanc from [[VideoGame/KisekiSeries The Legend of Heroes Series]] is a thief from Erebonia who [[JustLikeRobinHood steals for poor people]], at least according to literature you can find in that country. Outside of that, he creates mischiefs with series of burglaries across Erebonia in which he leaves CallingCard giving multiple clues to locate where the stolen goods are, something that our protagonists have to handle. The things he steal varies from valuable goods to [[ImpossibleThief impossible things]] like his ultimate goal; Stealing [[spoiler:hope]]. His [[CodeName title]] as member of [[AncientConspiracy Ouroboros]] is literally Phantom Thief[[note]]The original Japanese version for the title is "[[GentlemanThief Kaitō Shinshi]]", a reference to Literature/ArseneLupin.[[/note]].
* Anzu, the heroine of the VisualNovel ''Kaitou Apricot'', becomes the titular thief at night. Her mission in the game is to steal someone's heart.
* The Black Foxes of ''VisualNovel/LoveLetterFromThiefX'', who also serve as possible LoveInterests for the protagonist.
* Risa Atago from ''VideoGame/LightningLegendDaigoNoDaibouken'' is a famous one in Kyoutou Village, although she simply does it because it's fun.
* The Shy Bandit from ''VideoGame/PaperMarioColorSplash'' styles himself as one, though his getup is somewhat lacking.
* ''VideoGame/LoveNikkiDressUpQueen'' has Sapphires the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Phantom Thief]] from the Pigeon Kingdom, whose outfit can be purchased with Association Coins. He is described as an "elegant and handsome" SharpDressedMan who "is in fact, a thief!" The outfit comes complete with his Warning Letter CallingCard.

[[folder: Web Original]]
* Cassidy Cain of ''Literature/GrandmasterOfTheft'' is a phantom thief in her criminal alter ego.

[[folder: Web Comics]]
* Geist from ''WebComic/{{Heist}}''. He lives in a superhero universe and ''only his former clients even know he exists''.
* The unknown rook (thief) in ''WebComic/SnowByNight'', who goes after objects having to do with hearts. Even the other rooks are baffled by this person. Turns out the thief is Snow By Night, a manitou with magic powers, which explains why she is so hard to find.
* Phantom Thief Kiara of ''Webcomic/{{Aware}}'' ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin it's in her name]]).