Phantom aficionado Trevor Clark is hosting a phan meet-up at the Australian Cartoon Museum in Melbourne early next month, and he’s calling on all like-minded folk to join him there.
Many Australians will know of Trevor, who has been a great friend and help to many phans over the years. As one small example, it was Trevor who donated the Phantom comics that Sammy J used for his Hero Complex showbags.
Trevor is hosting a Phantom meet up, swap and sale day – coincidentally, on Free Comic Book Day.
There will be a small display of Phantom collectibles available for viewing, and some Phantom comics and merchandise on sale. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own Phantom goodies to sell or trade on the day, and a fun gathering with stories, show and tell is expected.
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