The Phantom Enamel Keyring was produced by Custom (Int.) Pty Ltd in Australia, in 2008. The round keyring is found attached via a loop at the top to a silver finished chain, with a ring designed to hold metal keys. The Phantom Enamel Keyring is fully licensed by King Features Syndicate. The Phantom Enamel Keyring came in clear plastic packaging…KEEP READING
Fantomen Swiss Wrist Watch
The Fantomen Swiss Wrist Watch was offered as a prize in the Fantomen Serie Barometer 2 Contest (which translates to Phantom Series Barometer 2) held by Semic Press in Sweden in 1982. The contest required the reader to rate comic strip stories published across 3 editions. The front cover of edition number 6 containing the contest can be seen below.…KEEP READING
Pure Food Easter Egg Colors
The Pure Food Easter Egg Colors were produced by PAAS Dye Co. in Newark, New Jersey, USA in 1940. The pack contains color dye tablets and transfer designs for decorating both Easter Eggs and cakes. They were sold in both drug stores and grocer stores across the USA. The PAAS Dye Company was created by William Townley in 1893 in…KEEP READING
Frank Frazetta (9 February 1928 – 10 May 2010) was born in Brooklyn, New York, USA, highly regarded for his fantasy and science fiction work found in comic books, paperback book covers, paintings, posters, LP record album covers, and other media. Frank Frazetta attended the Brooklyn Academy of Fine Arts in the USA at the age of 8 and entered…KEEP READING
Phantom Baby Playing Cards
The Phantom Baby Playing Cards were produced in India in the 1980s. The set is made up of a total of 53 cards, 52 regular playing cards plus a joker card, with one side of each card printed in the traditional style of a standard deck of playing cards. The cards are believed to of been produced for promotional purposes,…KEEP READING
Captain Action Card Game
The Captain Action Card Game was produced by General Foods Corp. in the USA in 1967. The card game was a promotional give-away product with Kool-Pops, which were produced by General Foods Kitchen in the USA. Kool-Pops were a frozen food item, described on the packaging as ‘Pasteurized Pop Bars’, sold in a box of 8 with a variety of…KEEP READING
Fantomen Family Tree Poster
The Fantomen Family Tree Poster was produced by Semic Press in Sweden in 1978. The poster was a promotional free give-away item, provided when a full year Fantomen comic book subscription was purchased. In Fantomen comic book edition number 14, we find an advertisement for the subscription offer on the inside back cover. A coupon with subscription payment is required…KEEP READING
Captain Action Flicker Button
The Captain Action Flicker Button was produced by Pictorial Productions Inc. in Mt. Vernon, N.Y, USA in 1967. The button is based on the Captain Action flicker ring set containing a Vari-Vue lenticular image, with the Phantom found amongst a collection of other comic book characters including Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Captain America, Flash Gordon, Steve Canyon, The Lone Ranger, Tonto,…KEEP READING
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