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The Phantom Reference Lists

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The Phantom Reference Lists
Reflistph1.jpg
Cover artist: unknown
Country/language: Mini australia.gif Australia / English
Format: 18 × 24.5 cm
Pages: 88 pgs, b/w
Publishing date: 1991
Editor: unknown
Publishing company: D.H.Lewis
Preceded by: N/A
Followed by: N/A


The Phantom Reference Lists is an Australian publication listing devoted to issues released by Frew Publications up to issue #955.

It is presented as "Volume 1" but, to best of knowledge, no second volume was released later.

After an introduction about how to use the inside lists, the reference system is presented in three distinct lists :

  • 1) "What story appears in each issue"
  • 2) "The A-Z of story titles"
  • 3) "Where each story appears".

Notes

  • in order to help the reader to identify stories, they are often cited with a title describing the storyline and/or the most prominent characters, but the original publishing title is included in quotation marks (for instance : # 437 "The Goggle-Eye Pirates" hide among the ship's passengers).
  • so, in the second list (alphabetical index), the above-said story is mentioned under the letter "G" (for "Goggle-Eye") as well as under the letter "P" (for "Pirates" and""Passengers").
  • if the American artists are cited in the third list, also mentioned is the original Daily/Sunday stories' dates.