It seems that everyone is getting their Phantom merchandise out ready for Christmas as we’ve just been alerted to a whole slew of good stuff that is now available.
Bradford Exchange have three new items on offer. The first is a series of Glenn Ford prints of the Phantom and various villains, appropriately enough entitled the Villains Gallery, that come signed by Glenn and enclosed in hand-painted wooden frames. There are seven prints in all with each print costing $129.98AU. Secondly, the Phantom and Sala print from the Villains Gallery is also being offered individually for the same price. Lastly, Bradford has produced a new Good Mark ring. This gold ring features the Good Mark sitting in a bed of black onyx (the stone, not the Pokemon -_^ ) with “The Man Who Cannot Dies” engraved on the inside of the band. It retails for $179.96AU.
Westfield Comic have two items available. The first is a simple but elegant t-shirt design featuring the Phantom brandishing the Skull Ring. It’s available for $16.79AU in a range of sizes. The second is the February 2014 edition of Comics Review, which is available for pre-order for $15.96AU.
Lastly, from E&M Design are four original Phantom prints (above) showcasing some of the most memorable events in the Phantom’s 70+ year history. Each print was designed especially for this series with the artists involved being Glenn Ford, Lindsay Walker, Matt McGrillen and Wayne Nichols. The prints ate printed on on 250 gsm archival safe paper, A3 in size and limited to a run of 2,000, 200 of which (50 of each print) are signed by their respective artist.
On sale from 6th January exclusively through E&M Design, the prints are $30AU regular or $45AU signed with a shipping cost of $15AU. Unfortunately they are only available in Australia thus far. If you are interested in acquiring these prints, you can contact E&M via their website.
So, a lot of new Phantom goodies there. If you’ve not bought something special for the Phantom phan in your life, or you want to treat yourself to a Christmas gift, why not check out the goodies above?
Thanks to Will Dorrington and Matt McGrillen for the heads up on this news.