Eat Right to Work And Win
Published during World War II by the Office of Defence Health and Welfare Services. This was a 16 page (8 1/2" x 5 1/2") give-away "contributed by Swift & Company to America's All-Out War Effort." In small print at the bottom of the front page it says: "Comic characters donated by King Features Syndicate." The purpose apparently was to acquaint the public with ways of preparing healthful, economical "victory meals."
- Information taken from DeepWoods.org
Frew & 99.94 Productions Promo
A small pamphlet produced by Frew Publications. While it looks like a Frew comic on the outside, it is only 4 pages long (inclusive of front and back covers) and the interior advertises the Phantom 99.94 Production prints.
Movie magazine ran an article on the 1996 Phantom film, interviewing cast and crew.
A short, 4-page pamphlet giving the basic story line of the 1996 Phantom movie. The pamphlet appeared in Australian cinemas, but it is uncertain if it appeared anywhere else in the world as well.
The program from the 1998 convention OzCon 7, held in Sydney, Australia. Special guests at the con included Glenn Ford and Sy Barry. The program held short biographies on the two artists as well as a brief history on the Phantom himself.
Phantom Project Kit
The Phantom Project Kit was given away free with Frew issue #1904 in 1995. It details the making of a Phantom comic story using art and script from various stories (particularly Search for Byron). It has never been reproduced and as such is quite a collectable.
Starlog Magazine is a now-defunct sci-fi and fantasy magazine. This issue featured a rather impressive article on the making of the 1996 Phantom film, interviewing cast and crew.
These are scans from an unknown Australian school workbook that featured questions on the Phantom.
Star Magazine is a now defunct celebrity news and gossip magazine that ran in Australia. This issue contains a short interview with Billy Zane as well as a review of 1996 film.