The Phantom Society of Great Britain was established by Wolf Publishing in 1992 in Birmingham, England. The club ended with the publication of the comic book series in 1993.
The Phantom Society of Great Britain was authorized by King Features Syndicate with all paraphernalia the club issued being Trade Marked.
We first see The Phantom Society of Great Britain being advertised in Wolf Publishing’s Phantom number 1.
Then in Phantom comic number 2, we see the following advertisement.
We don’t see any advertising for the club in Phantom numbers 3, 7, 8 and 9, but we do see the following advertising in Phantom numbers 4, 5 and 6.
Once the above application forms were mailed to Wolf Publishing, the following kit was provided to the new The Phantom Society of Great Britain club member in a plastic pouch. It contains a club certificate, uncut Phantom trading cards, triangle cloth patch, a badge, a skull ring and a membership card.
Members of The Phantom Society of Great Britain didn’t receive newsletters like we traditionally see with other Phantom clubs, instead, letters and pictures are sent in to the editor at Wolf Publishing, with a few pages of the comic dedicated to these submissions.