The Phantom and the Voodoo Witch Doctor model kit was released by Revell Inc. in USA in 1965. The model kit is fully licensed by King Features Syndicate.
We first see the model kit advertised in Phantom comic number 13, published by Gold Key in USA in 1965. A full page advertisement is published, with a mail-away coupon found at the base of the advertisement to purchase the Phantom and the Voodoo Witch Doctor model kit from Skyway Models in Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Phantom and the Voodoo Witch Doctor model kit was sold in a cardboard box with a lift off lid measuring 9.5” x 6” x 2”. Illustrations are only found on the lift off lid and not on the tray.
Found within the box are 19 individual pieces, white components which are made of plastic and are in disassembled kit form. Also found within the box is an assembly instruction manual, measuring 8.5” x 5.5”. All components are sealed in a clear plastic pouch.
The white plastic model components don’t click together, but require glue to assemble, not included in the box. The Phantom figurine comes in 14 pieces, the Voodoo Witch Doctor figurine comes in 2 piece and the bases and name plate are made up of 3 pieces. The model kit also doesn’t come with paint or brushes to color and decorate as required.
A complete Phantom and the Voodoo Witch Doctor model kit as painted per box lid can be seen below.
A Sales Agent Advertisement Sheet was produced in 1965 measuring 8.5” x 11”, used to promote the Phantom and the Voodoo Witch Doctor model kit to potential retailers. It gives all the appropriate information and proportions of the model kit to entice shopkeepers to sell it to their customers.
The Phantom and the Voodoo Witch Doctor model kit appears in the ‘Revell Collector’s Catalog 1966’, containing 48 color pages measuring 8.5” x 11”. The front and back covers of the catalog can be seen below.
The internal page found within the catalog featuring the Phantom and the Voodoo Witch Doctor model kit can be seen below, plus the completed figurines colored as per catalog.
A retail counter top advertisement card was also produced advertising the Phantom and the Voodoo Witch Doctor model kit.
Thank you Christopher Smith for assisting with images and information.