Welcome on this blog full of information about British comics and offcourse the comics.

A British comic is a periodical published in the United Kingdom that contains comic strips. It is generally referred to as a comic or a comic magazine, and historically as a comic paper.

British comics are usually comics anthologies which are typically aimed at children, and are published weekly, although some are also published on a fortnightly or monthly schedule. The top three longest-running comics in the world, The Dandy, The Beano, and Comic Cuts, are all British, although in modern times British comics have been largely superseded by American comic books and Japanese manga.

You can access the information and comics through the sidebar.
The comics are mostly in packages from around 100mb, inside these rar-packages you will find the comics in cbr format.dandare

You can view the comics with any cbr-reader like CDisplay or ComicRack.

Most comics are from the 50’s-80’s with some 90’s.

I only place issues from last century,
so no issues newer than the year 1999.

I did not scan the comics myself only collect them from various sites on the internet, internet archive, Usenet Newsgroups and torrents.
So thanks to all the scanners and uploaders.

This blog is purely ment to preserve the comics and to enjoy them, no financial meanings are involved, if you like the comics buy them as long as they are availabe, because nothing can beat the feeling of reading a real comic.

If you find something wrong (downloads, numbering, information) please let me know so that i can correct the error.

Thanks to the following sites for the information :

UK Comics Wiki

Grand Comics Database




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  1. boutje777 says:

    UPDATE 04-04-2019

    Thanks to the following contributors:

    Mr. Tweedy

    Battle Picture Library (90)
    Broons (1)
    Creepy Worlds (5)
    Jack and Jill (2)
    Knockout IPC (2)
    Knockout Amalgamated (1)
    Look and Learn (629) + 4 calendars
    Once Upon A Time (8)
    Out of this world (2)
    Rupert (1)
    Scoop (6) – New Title
    Teddy Bear (17)
    TV comic (2)
    War Picture Library (2)
    Weird Planets (2)

    The next titles you can find on the
    page update 04-04-2019 at the bottom
    of the More Comics because
    they are part of the organized pages

    Beano (1)
    Buster (7)
    Eagle (1)
    Roy of the Rovers (5)
    Scorcher (2)
    Tiger (1)
    Whizzer and Chips (14)

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    • Phil says:

      Thanks for another amazing collection of comics and thanks to all of the scanners – over 600 issues of Look and Learn! I didn’t read it when I was a kid, it was a bit too ‘serious’ for me, but I can appreciate it now I’m older and I love The Trigan Empire.

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      • boutje777 says:

        You are welcome. Did you see the compilations fromTrigan Empire stories on the Compilationsblog ? I am planning to make a complete compilation from Trigan Empire from only Look and Learn also in the future.


    • Scott Mckay says:

      Good morning. I’m looking to read more of the monthly football picture story. Any plans for more in future


  2. Graham Wardle says:

    Do you have boys cinema annuals 1940 has a will hay special


  3. mulo kibizer says:

    I have put two more Buck Ryan and one Four D. Jones in the British Compilation


  4. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the Compilationsblog with titles from Nutty.

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  5. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the pages from the Hornet. Next title will be Smash.

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  6. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the page from Smash!. Next title will be Look and Learn.
    That will take a while because there are many issues and i will change all numbers into dates also.

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  7. boutje777 says:

    I’ve made the necessary changes on the Smash page.
    Don’t hesitate to react when still something is wrong.


  8. carol1407 says:

    Hello, folks.
    Could anybody post a compilation of Maxwell Hawke pages? This character was published in Buster magazine (IPC) from October 29, 1960 to September 03, 1966 (29 serialised stories) and in the Buster Annuals 1961 to 1967 (6 stories more), as you can see here:

    – The House of a Thousand Secrets (29th Oct 1960 – 4th Feb 1961)
    – The Ghost of Gallows Hill Manor (11th Feb – 29th April 1961)
    -. The Golden Archer (6th May – 2nd September 1961)
    – The Bat (9th Sept – 9th December 1961)
    – The Inn of Secrets (16th Dec 1961 – 10th Feb 1962)
    – The Monster of Karile Castle (17th Feb – 24th March 1962)
    – The Haunted Moor (31st March – 28th April 1962)
    – The Ghost of Galleans Reach (5th May – 7th July 1962)
    – The Haunted Waxworks (14th July – 8th September 1962)
    – The Phantom Avenger (15th Sept – 1st Dec 1962)
    – The Ghost of Traitor’s Keep (8th Dec 1962 – 16th Feb 1963)
    – The Hounds of Skag (23rd Feb – 27th April 1963)
    – The Haunted Headland (4th May – 29th June 1963)
    – The Green Knight (6th July – 17th August 1963)
    – The Ghost of Grimstone Gaol (14th August – 23rd Nov 1963)
    – The Knell of Doom (30th November 1963 – 29th Feb 1964)
    – The Isle of Ghosts (7th March – 9th May 1964)
    – The Phantom Friar (16th May – 20th June 1964)
    – The Green Vulture (27th June – 29th August 1964)
    – The Flying Phantoms (5th Sept – 17th October 1964)
    – The Phantom Express (24th October 1964 – 2nd Jan 1965)
    – The Phantom Zombie (9th Jan – 27th March 1965)
    – The Ghost Ship (3rd April – 29th May 1965)
    – The Forest of Fear (5th June – 14th August 1965)
    – The Door with 13 Locks (21st August – 23rd October 1965)
    – The Curse of Carnaby’s (30th October 1965 – 15th Jan 1966)
    – The Legend of Claw Bay (22nd Jan – 19th Feb 1966)
    – The Vanishing Explorer (26th Feb – 7th May 1966)
    – The Menace of the Multi-Man (14th May – 3rd Sept 1966)

    Buster Book 1962 The Black Monk, 10 pages
    Buster Book 1963 The Ghost of Glenghoul Castle, 10 pages
    Buster Book 1964 Maxwell Hawke and the Phantom Swordsman, 8 pages
    Buster Book 1965 Maxwell Hawke and the Ice Demons, 8 pages
    Buster Book 1966 Maxwell Hawke and the Ghosts of Blackstone, 8 pages
    Buster Book 1967 Maxwell Hawke in the Haunted School, 9 pages


    • boutje777 says:

      I would have done it but i miss to many Busters for complete stories. which ones i miss you can see at the Busterpage, so if anyone can help with the missing issues, be me guest and i will make the compilation.

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  9. Andy says:

    Just to let you know that the dates for publication of Scoop were from 21st January 1978 until 3rd October 1981


  10. Andy says:

    I am working on new date and numbering guides for you! The comics that I have done are Wham! Smash! terrific! Fantastic! Pow! Roy of the Rovers ! Also some others ! I will let you know when they are all ready !


  11. Andy says:

    I am in the process of 20 new date and numbering guides that you not had previously! I think it be a good idea to put date and numbering guides as a separate page for those interested in them ! What do you think ?


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, but they better can download the complete pack from the comments and can ask for them if they are looking for them, i did that before. I can place the link again in a comment when all is done.


  12. Andy says:

    As usual it is good to see your doing a great job !


  13. andy says:

    I guess you must now have most of the look and learn magazines ! I keep my eyes out for the missing ones !


  14. Andy says:

    Today on this 17th April 2019 was released the Cor!! & Buster Special


  15. Janet Cooper says:

    Does anyone know any similar comics or magazines similar to Look and Learn? Either on this blog or the other blogs.


  16. Andy says:

    World of Wonder was a British educational magazine for children published by IPC’s Fleetway Publications (formerly Amalgamated Press) from 1970 to 1975. It was launched under the editorship of Robert Bartholomew with a cover price of 1/6 on 28 March 1970, and it replaced the earlier title, Tell Me Why. It was printed and published in the Netherlands.[1]

    The magazine was similar in content to Look and Learn, which the company had been publishing for eight years, and shared many of its best artists, including Angus McBride, C. L. Doughty, Dan Escott, Richard Hook, Roger Payne, Severino Baraldi and Wilf Hardy. Like its sister publications, World of Wonder was aimed at both boys and girls. It included history, science, geography and literature, serialised stories, as well as names and addresses of children wanting pen pals. The magazine sold all over the English-speaking world (other than the US), with readers in Australia, Ireland, Malaysia, South Africa, and New Zealand.

    The masthead of the magazine proclaimed “Every Monday,” but the cover date of the first issue of the magazine was 28 March 1970 (a Saturday, in fact), and actually appeared on sale in shops on Monday, 23 March 1970. Issue number 2 came out on the following Good Friday, 27 March 1970. In January 1971, World of Wonder incorporated the older children’s magazine, Treasure (from issue 44),[1] and the title ran until 1 March 1975, when it was itself swallowed by the longer running and more successful Look and Learn. World of Wonder ran for a total of 258 issues, joining Look and Learn on its issue 686, when a number of its more popular features continued in the new combined 40-pager.


  17. Anonymous says:

    There seems to be a problem with the title Once Upon a Time Issues 16-19. Mediafire goes into a loop generating a new download key.


  18. hellojon says:

    The link to Dandy Comic Libraries Specials no58 doesn’t seem to be working – any chance of a new link please – I think I have illustrations in that comic but don’t have a hard copy of it…


    • boutje777 says:

      That happens sometimes and when you try the next day it’s working again. I will check tomorrow, if the problem is still there i will make a new downloadlink.

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  19. stephen cruise says:

    help am trying to remember a comic story about a boy who controlled his toy soldiers with a radiocontrol device strapped to his wrist


  20. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the Compilationsblog with titles from Crisis.

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  21. Anonymous says:

    hi Hurricane issue 22 is missing page 4 does anyone have a complete copy. thanks


  22. boutje777 says:

    UPDATE 30-04-2019

    Thanks to the following contributors:

    Mr. Tweedy
    Stephen Poppitt

    2000AD (7) In Monthly-Various
    Battle Picture Library (48)
    Broons (1)
    comet (1)
    Creepy Worlds (10)
    Knockout IPC (3)
    Knockout Amalgamated (47)
    Once Upon A time (11)
    Out Of This World (1)
    Secrets Of The Unknown (1)
    Sparky (1)
    Sun (1)
    Superman (1)
    Teddy Bear (34)
    Titans (3)
    TV Comic (4)
    War Picture Library (3)
    Weird Planets (6)
    Whoopee (2)

    The next titles you can find on the
    page update 30-04-2019 at the bottom
    of the More Comics because
    they are part of the organized pages
    except Look and Learn (still working on it)

    Beano (10)
    Buster (4)
    Fantastic (1)
    Hornet (1)
    Look and Learn (1)
    Roy of the Rovers (4)
    Scorcher (6)
    Whizzer and Chips (16)

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  23. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the Compilationsblog with the Trigan Empire.
    Almost complete, missing 16 pages from 1707 pages.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. boutje777 says:

    A link for the lost Eagle v18 52 can be found at the updatepage 30-04-2019.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Rohan W says:

      The link on update page is V18 51 and the link on Eagle page is also V18 51. V18 52 is not available anywhere! RW


  25. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the Compilationsblog with titles from Lion.

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  26. Bosco says:

    The Link for Eagle v18 52 is still Eagle v18 51, cannot find Eagle v18 n52 anywhere,
    please check, thank you.


  27. Bosco says:

    Thank you boutje, Eagle v18 n52 received now ok.
    May I take this opportunity to thank all those who have contributed to Eagle series 1,
    but could I Please make an appeal for better copies of all of Volume 4 (four) and 5 (five) and numbers 7,9,10 and 11 in volume 6 (six) as for me they seem out of focus and out of shape. Eyesight not as good as it used to be.
    Many Thanks.


  28. boutje777 says:

    I’ve done some updates on the following blogs.

    Army and War
    Horror and Mystery
    Space SF and Fantasy


  29. boutje777 says:

    Call me crazy, but i am going to re reorganize some titles like Beano, Dandy, Buster. I found it that it’s way more easy to fill in gaps with updates when i have them organized in months per year also. And it’s even more organized when they are split into months.
    Who cares that some packs will have just 1 and others 5, you can see also which issues are missing better also, at least i am.

    And it will use no extra space because when i am done i can delete the old packs.

    Now it takes me hours to fill in gaps because i have to fill in gaps in different months and packs and with my numbering system it’s awkard to get everything in the right packs, let alone the covers at the right places, with re reorganizing i know with 1 blink of my eye, or 2, which packs i have to change because of the organized months and know what covers to use. Believe me it will take some extra effort now to re reorganize but it will be so much easier in the future to fill in the updates and it’s not something that must be done in 1 week or so, i want to go on with my other projects also, but i will start reorganizing right away and see when everything is like i want it to be.

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  30. boutje777 says:

    All Beano pages with the regular issues are under construction for re reorganizing, the links aren’t working. I hope i will have them re reorganized somewhere next week.


  31. Thomas Meade says:

    Issue 002 of 2000AD is missing the first page of the Judge Dredd story. Here’s a copy with the page inserted.


  32. Vargas Sablich, Manuel says:

    Hello, I would like to thank you if you can post the Film Fun magazines that published The Three Musketeers since January 07, 1961 ….


  33. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the Compilationsblog with one of the bigger titles from Tiger, Johnny Cougar.

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  34. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the page from June and replaced the Adrive links
    I’ve replaced the Adrive links from Dan Dare.
    I’ve replaced the Adrive links from School Friend.
    I’ve replaced the Adrive links from Sparky.

    Let me know if you find any other Adrivelinks so i can replace these also.


  35. boutje777 says:

    I’ve replaced the 23 regular issues from Blakes 7 Magazine with complete and better quality issues.

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  36. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the page from Diana and replaced the Adrivelinks.


  37. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the Look and Learn page, split it into 3 pages and gave it a more prominent place.


  38. Writing from my wife’s WordPress account. Thank you — this is a great site! Love what you’ve done here. I’m American but my mother is Scottish, and I grew up spending all my summers as a kid in Scotland, and was thrilled to find Daleks, Thunderbirds and TV Century 21 in the summer of 1966, and started collecting then. My grandmother would send my weekly issue, along with Womans Own for my mother, to our house in upstate New York — all the way through to 1975 when it had become Valiant and TV21 and then just Valiant. I still have the entire run of these comics 50 years later — and just pulled them out of years of storage to evaluate and read again. My next step is to try to figure out what they’re worth, as none of the Amerian shops seem to know — and then what best to do with them besides have in boxes in storage. Thanks again — Kevin O’Malley in San Francisco.

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    • boutje777 says:

      You are welcome, i know the feeling. I still have comics from the late 50’s and they are worth something i know for sure, but i can’t let go of them, for me they are still priceless and someone have to come with a really good “i don’t want to sell them” offer for me to let them go. (Yes i watch American Pickers).

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  39. Tom Cobbley says:

    I never thought I would see the Teddy Bear comics again. I loved them when I was young, and now I’ve found them I can read them at bedtime to my own little boy. It’s great to see the images of an England that is fading into memory.

    I really appreciate all your hard work putting all these old comics together. Thank you so much.

    I’m hoping one day to find a collection of Richmal Crompton’s William books with the original Thomas Henry illustrations.


  40. boutje777 says:

    I made a link for a better quality and complete Action Annual 1980.
    You can find it at the Actionpage at the place where the old Annual
    is located under UPDATE 10-02-2016.


  41. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the compilationsblog with 13 volumes Doctor Who, mostly comics, but also text stories, archives and other Doctor Who related things.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. boutje777 says:

    I’ve made new links for Star Wars Weekly because the Megalinks were dead.
    I’ve reorganized the Emma page and replaced the Adrivelinks.


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