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    Phantom Questions. The Dailies Edition

    Have heard mentioned on this forum the Dailies Edition of the Phantom. How do they differ from the purple figure?
    What would be the current value of one of these figures?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIB41 View Post
    The Dailies version is on the left.

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    Very nice. Any ideas as to current value?

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    Recently picked up the limited edition Red Phantom. Inside the clam shell along with the Phantom, inside a little bag is the olive head and costume.So you can either display him in the Red or Olive Costume, and change the head to match.

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    I think those Phantoms are the best of all the re-Mego stuff. I don't know who all was in on getting that line out there, but "Bravo"! A lot of love went into that.

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    ^Primarily David Lee and Jason Schiermeyer who were CastAWay back then. The unproduced Charlee Flatt Phantom was more or less the springboard to get their figure going. I'm sure they know of other folks who contributed that I'm leaving out.

    Oh, and not to toot my own horn, but I did the art and packaging design. I am very proud to have been a part of both the Phantom releases and the Captain Action line.

    Chris
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    ^ That's awesome! Thanks for the info on that. I really only knew of David Lee for sure, but remembered enough from reading here and there that others were involved in that.

    I have a single Phantom (the initial Phantom....all purple version) and a Captain Action and Dr. Evil. Neat to know you did the art and package design. Thumbs up on all of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earth 2 Chris View Post
    ^Primarily David Lee and Jason Schiermeyer who were CastAWay back then. The unproduced Charlee Flatt Phantom was more or less the springboard to get their figure going. I'm sure they know of other folks who contributed that I'm leaving out.

    Oh, and not to toot my own horn, but I did the art and packaging design. I am very proud to have been a part of both the Phantom releases and the Captain Action line.

    Chris
    Very cool! For the most part, I liked the CA revival line and was disappointed the DC sets were never released. The packaging was top notch on those sets!

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