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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world, The Dandy, The Beano, and Comic Cuts, are all British, although in modern times British comics have been largely superseded by American comic books and Japanese manga.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

Wikipedia

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  1. boutje777 says:

    Another fine job ready, i’ve reorganized the page from Jackpot.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, it’s always good when you have fixes for comics that are damaged or wrong numbered, no need to ask.

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    • boutje777 says:

      About Jackpot, i came to 144 issues, first issue 1979-05-05 and the last 1982-01-30.
      Probably because of the industrial actions it’s missing some dates ?

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      • baby burpo says:

        Jackpot issues always had the number on the cover.

        the last issue number 141 is shown on the cover, and insidethis issue, it mentions it is the last issue, by referring to it joining buster comic the next week.

        so this confirms it had 141 issues.

        due to industriial action, some gap was in between issues.

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    • boutje777 says:

      I found the Monster Fun and Cheeky Annuals, thanks.

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  2. boutje777 says:

    Thanks, i will reorganize the Shiver and Shake page one of these days and use only the dates like i did with the other organized pages.

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  3. Thomas Meade says:

    One final one for the update before your summer break. The Victor Summer Special 1967.

    https://www.mediafire.com/file/q4gcyiylslcez9d/Victor_Summer_Special_1967.cbz/file

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  4. boutje777 says:

    I’ve must have made a mistake somewhere with deleting files from Mediafire from titles i have reorganized and where i made new links. Must have delete more titles by accident because i have well over 50gb free now and that was nearly 5 before deleting and uploading again. So if you encounter links that are gone somewhere please let me know so i can make new links for that title. Lion and Tiger don’t count because i am re reorganizing those.

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  5. Andy says:

    Could you please send me your email address again, to my new email address which is leoandy2tt@gmail.com, so I can start uploading you some date and numbering guides, also compilations, as well as fixed Annuals.

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  6. Andy says:

    Fixed Monster Fun 1984 page numbering order.

    Also fixed page numbering order of Krazy Annual 1979, it has 4 pages missing, namely pages 78-81

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  7. boutje777 says:

    I am ready re-reorganizing the Lion pages with the regular issues, the links must be working properly again.

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  8. Anonymous says:

    Fixed also Monster Fun Annual 1985 page numbering order.

    No pages missing for this one.

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  9. boutje777 says:

    I’ve changed the layout also a bit, moved the coverlinks for Picture Libraries into the widget for the Picture Libraries.

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  10. Martin Mizzi says:

    Hi what has happened to the Battle Picture Library, War Picture Library, Air Ace Picture Library and Commando Comics. They seem to have disappeared off the site.

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    • Martin Mizzi says:

      Sorry should have looked a bit closer. Any chance of getting some more commando loaded? thanks for a great job.

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      • boutje777 says:

        You are welcome, there’s always a chance that i find or get more Commando’s, when i do they will turn up on the blog offcourse.

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  11. Mart says:

    I would just like to congratulate yourself on the good work you do organizing & updating this wonderful site. Also a big thank you to everybody that contributes to the collection.

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  12. boutje777 says:

    I found the Monster Fun and Cheeky Annuals, nothing more thanks.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Only the Monster Fun Annual 1984 and the Cheeky Annual 1979. I had more emails from you but those were all empty.

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      • boutje777 says:

        Thanks.
        I have now received:
        Cheeky Annual 1979 (fixed)
        Krazy Annual 1979 (fixed)
        Krazy Annual 1982 (fixed)
        Monster Fun Annual 1982 (fixed)
        Monster Fun Annual 1983 (fixed)
        Monster Fun Annual 1984 (fixed)
        Shiver and Shake Annual 1977 (fixed)
        Invisible Monster Compilation (Jackpot)
        Invisible Monster Compilation (Monster Fun)

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        • Andy says:

          Thanks for letting me know what you got.

          There is at the moment only for now Monster Fun Annual 1980, Monster Fun Annual 1981 and Comic Guides.

          Let me know when you have those.

          Meanwhile more is being prepared.

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  13. Andy says:

    Doodle doo doodle dum!

    Disaster Des is at work again, in messing things up again with the uploads.

    Ha ha!

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  14. Thomas Meade says:

    The Eagle (2nd Series) issue dated 31-05-1986, the pages are out of sequence. The cover is near the middle. I have renumbered the pages and put them in the correct order.

    https://www.mediafire.com/file/6ml4my1idt0pwch/Eagle_2nd_serie_1986-05-31.cbz/file

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  15. boutje777 says:

    For everyone interested, i updated the Newspaperblog with Brick Bradford and the Perishers.

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  16. Jacko says:

    Here’s 2 more pages for your Trigan Empire compilation

    Ranger 11 (1965-11-27)

    http://www.mediafire.com/file/thgdc0jvsq6kvgb/Ranger+11+%5B1965-11-27%5D.cbz

    As far as Ranger is concerned, I believe that just leaves issues #23 and #32 to find. After #40 it merged with Look and Learn.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, for the update later this week and i will replace the pages from Vulcan in the Trigan Empire Compilatione with these.

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    • Rob Nicholls says:

      Hi
      I have scans of Ranger 23 (19/2/65) and 32 (30/4/65). Not used media fire but guessing it should be straight forward and I will try and do in the next day or so. Hope that helps.
      Any scans of TV Comic specials from 1965 or 1967 around ?.
      Regards
      Rob

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  17. Jacko says:

    Here is the missing annual for the short lived ‘Champion’ published by IPC in 1966.

    http://www.mediafire.com/file/ecs7j2ye9myawig/Champion+Annual+1967.cbz

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  18. Andy says:

    Fixed page numbering order of Monster Fun Annual 1978.

    It has page 133 missing.

    It is ready for you.

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    • boutje777 says:

      I received :
      Monster Fun Annual 1978 (fixed)
      Monster Fun Annual 1979 (fixed)
      Monster Fun Annual 1980 (fixed)
      Monster Fun Annual 1981 (fixed)
      Monster Fun Annual 1985 (fixed)

      And the comic guides.

      Along with those that i allready mentioned.

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  19. Jacko says:

    Here is a complete issue of Hotspur 118 (1962-01-20).
    The issue currently on the Hotspur page only has the 4-page Union Jack Jackson story.

    http://www.mediafire.com/file/k9tdgyp1tqqv8pc/Hotspur+0118+%5B1962-01-20%5D.cbz

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  20. Thomas Meade says:

    Some issues of Victor are bad quality scans (damaged pages, missing pages, etc). I’ll try and obtain better scans. Here’s a better copy of Victor 266 1966-03-26.

    https://www.mediafire.com/file/s4161igci6oh5g5/Victor_1966-03-26.cbz/file

    The copy on the site has a large piece torn out of the cover page and page two, and, pages 31 and 32 are actually from a different issue entirely.

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  21. boutje777 says:

    I started preparing the update, you can still share and send links for titles, fixes and upgrades but i will collect those for the update after my summerbreak, somewhere in september.

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  22. boutje777 says:

    Thanks, i’ve got what you have send.

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  23. boutje777 says:

    I’ve re-reorganized the pages with the regular issues from Tiger.

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  24. boutje777 says:

    UPDATE 18-06-2019

    Thanks to the following contributors:

    Andy and his team
    Barry Spencer
    Jacko
    Leegt
    Mr. Tweedy
    Thomas Meade

    Bobo Bunny (1)
    Boys’ World (2)
    Bunty (16)
    Buster (4)
    Champion (1)
    Comet (1)
    Creepy Worlds (8)
    Dandy (1)
    Debbie (4)
    Judy (6)
    June and Schoolfriend Picture Library (3)
    Knockout (2)
    Lady Penelope (1)
    Look and Learn (2)
    Love Story Picture Library (30)
    Now i Know (1)
    Once upon a time (6)
    Playhour (26)
    Pow! (1)
    Ranger (1)
    Roy of the Rovers (3)
    Sinister Tales (2)
    Sun (1)
    Super Detective Library (2)
    Suspense (1)
    Tiger (2)
    Tiger Sports Library (1)
    TV Comic (2)
    Twinkle (1)
    Uncanny Tales (2)
    Valiant Picture Library (4)
    Victor (6)
    War Picture Library (58)
    Whizzer and Chips (2)
    Whoopee! (9)

    Also 15 upgraded different titles

    This time it’s the 1st time of a different way of updating,
    everything on 1 page with the date of the update
    which you can find at the bottom of the More Comics.
    I will leave this page a few months open and in the mean time
    i will place all of these at the correct pages when i
    reorganize them or at the allready reorganized pages
    at the correct position, so all downloadpages will be
    free of the updates in the future and will all be
    chronologically organized.

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  25. Andy says:

    like this new method of reorganized update method, much easier to see everything together.

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  26. boutje777 says:

    I’ve organized the page for Action.

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  27. Thomas Meade says:

    That moment when you are almost finished scanning an entire 1988 Annual (finishing up page 125 out of 128)…….and only then notice that you have being saving the image files with the label “1898” instead of “1988”. And then have to rename all the files.

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    • boutje777 says:

      That is tedious indeed. Why not use a filerename utility, i mostly use Bulk Rename Utility, i rename tons of files in just a few seconds, it’s free and not to difficult to use. But i am sure there are enough other such utilities, use Google to find them.

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      • Thomas Meade says:

        I’ve tried numerous file renaming utilities over the years but none of them ever seemed to work properly.

        I just downloaded that one you mentioned. It’s perfect! And so easy to use.

        Thanks.

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        • boutje777 says:

          You are welcome. That is good to read. It will save you lot’s of time and hours of terrible boring work when you need to rename lot’s of files, like i do, especially with making compilations.

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  28. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the pages from Action Force and Buddy.

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  29. Andy says:

    Cor!! Annuals 1973, 1978-1982 and 1986 are all fixed and ready for you.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks. Let me know when you have finished all fixes so i can replace all wrongly numbered ones during the summerbreak.

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      • Andy says:

        I don’t know when it be finished.

        There is a lot to fix.

        Even if it continues after the summer break, it does not matter.

        whatever, you replace with correct numbering, is good anyway.

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  30. Thomas Meade says:

    Currently scanned and ready and waiting for the next update are: Victor Book for Boys 1983, Victor Book for Boys 1985, Victor Book for Boys 1986, Victor Book for Boys 1988, Victor 1981-07-11 (to replace the one on the website as it has a few blurred pages), Victor Summer Special 1987.

    Sitting on the scanner at the moment is Action Annual 1983.

    boutje777 could you e-mail me at {thomas.j.meade at gmail.com} and I will give you access to a Dropbox folder where I am storing the scans. That way you can download them at your own time.

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  31. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the page from Bullet.
    I’ve reorganized the page from Buzz, and gave it a place between the coverlinks.
    Almost half of them are better qualityscans so it could be worth to download them again if you are interested in better resolutions.

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  32. Andy says:

    Cor!! Annual 1972 (fixed) and now ready.

    I will stop for awhile, a couple of days to prepare more, then upload again.

    Also to give you chance to organise the others already sent you.

    It is a pleasure to be of service, to help in your great comic website.

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  33. Baby burpo says:

    Baby Burpo, Yikky Boo, Gunga Jim, Disaster Des and Walter Wurx all helped in the preparation of these Annuals and Specials

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  34. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the page from the Champ.

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  35. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the pages with the regular Topper issues.

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  36. boutje777 says:

    Hello Andy. I was working on reorganizing Cheeky Weekly and noticed that the Annuals and Specials all have correctly numbered pages and the right sequences. Perhaps you are mistaken. I will take a quick look at the other fixes and see what i have when i reorganize the pages for that titles. Better check before you do more work that’s not need to be done.

    PS.

    Just checked the Cor Annuals to be sure, they are all correctly numbered also. So i begin to fear all your work was idle.

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  37. Andy says:

    i appreciate how you view things, but a lot of the comic annuals are wrongly paged numbered with pages missing, and when correctly numbered with pages missing in between, you can see more clearly which pages to get.

    Also, some Specials are wrongly named, for example the various Buster Specials, so renaming them you can see which other specials to find.

    Unless you compare what is inside with what you got, you will never know the difference.

    I will stop assist you, if that’s what you want.

    Keep up the good work as best as you think is best for you.

    Sometimes there are different perspectives of seeing things.

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  38. Andy says:

    I understand.

    anyway, it is not a waste of time for me, as I have them named the way I want them for my collection.

    Sometimes, you have numbers jump in two’s, in those cases, I fixed those numbers to show all page numbers for example if you have 02 followed by 04 , I had correct it to show 02, 03 then next double page to show 04, 05.

    other files have the word img followed by scan number, which is this case replace with only numbered pages.

    then, some pages missing, added some pages found, which were missing.

    So, here is a few examples of my clarification of what I mean.

    I know it is painstaking task, however a job that requires careful fixing is worthwhile in the long run.

    also sometimes due to index files, pages sometimes are in the wrong sequence because of missing 0 in front of a number.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Andy. The mails i send you keeps bouncing back, address not exist.
      I don’t want to start a discussion but i find it really unnecessary to replace all Specials and Annuals that you fixed, all Annuals and Specials on the blog can be read just in a normal way with CDisplayEx and Comicrack and for those that want to unzip the cbr, the pages still can be showed in the proper order. Besides that you only numbered the pages 001 002 003 and so on, and i keep all pages with the names given by the scanner because they have most of the time the name of that issue en issuenumber and sometimes the name from the scanner also incorporated, i don’t like to meddle with that. Can be confusing also for those who unzip the cbr and all they get is 001 002 003. Offcourse everyone can change the way of numbering for their own needs en collections, that’s up to everyone. As for missing pages in Annuals and Specials and wrongly named Specials, these are totally different matters and has nothing to do with this discussion.

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      • Andy says:

        no problem. I understand.

        as for my email, I have a problem with it too, which is why I gave you earlier the other email.

        please accept me to use my new email to communicate on blog.

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  39. Andy says:

    sorry, if I came across demanding or unreasonable.

    I have been under tremendous pressure to meet certain deadlines for other things too in life,

    Still, I find it quite amazing how you manage with all your work on your wonderful comic blog.

    It must be tiring sometimes for you too, with all the organising of your wonderful comic blog.

    Thanks for your great work that your doing.

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    • boutje777 says:

      I understand, just make sure you meet your personal deadlines, that’s more important than a comicblog. Thanks, but actually it’s never tiring for me to do things for the blog, i find it rather relaxing to do most of the time, and when i don’t feel to occasionally, i just do something else for awhile. Good luck with the deadlines and other personal things.

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  40. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the page from Cheeky Weekly and gave it a place between the coverlinks.
    On the old page there was a duplicate, 87 was the same as 84, i found the correct one. The missing one on the old page was 1979-07-07, it is there now.
    That’s a good thing also with reorganizing, you come along the double dates (no pun intended) also this way.

    I’ve reorganized the page from Cor!! and gave it a place between the coverlinks.

    I’ve reorganized the page from Cracker, was already between the coverlinks.

    I’ve reorganized the page from Krazy and gave it a place between the coverlinks.

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  41. Andy says:

    good to see Cheeky Weekly, Cor!! , Krazy and Knockout now part of the coverlinks.

    It is better this way.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, i try to give the more significant British titles a place between the coverlinks, but i have to be careful and use not too much covers at the homepage, perhaps some will have a slow loading page otherwise.

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  42. Andy says:

    I believe you do not have Big Comic Fortnightly 008 [1988-09-17] ~ [1988-09-30]

    I sent it to you.

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  43. Anonymous says:

    Valiant 60s and 70s seem to be missing.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks for letting me know, i am working on reorganizing these pages also. Must be up and working again somewhere next week.

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  44. Andy says:

    i had found the cover of Buster comic library 29 , sent it for you to see, to sure it does exist, although there had been much debate about it. I also read online there are plenty in supply in china.

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  45. Andy says:

    according to the comicpriceguide.co uk Buster Comic Library #29 wasn’t distributed in the UK at the time as the cover depicted Buster and friend playing with fireworks but it does show up with international price stickers once in a while.

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  46. Andy says:

    I just sent you whizzer and chips summer special 1982 with fixed cover

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  47. Andy says:

    Whoopee! Holiday Special 1990 now ready for you.

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  48. Andy says:

    your Welcome! I will focus on finding what you do not have as priority and send only fixes of necessary damaged pages with better pages if found.

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  49. Andy says:

    just to let you know that your Shiver and Shake Holiday Special 1976 has pages 31-34 missing from it.

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  50. Andy says:

    I just sent you a Compilation of Polar Blair (Hoot! Comic)

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  51. George Fisher says:

    As a newbie to your site, I saw that you had Valiant (a comic that my dad read to me as a kid) I went to download some but they are all missing. Both Valiant 60s and 70s.

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  52. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the page with the Buster Books. Buster Book 1963 was actually the Buster Book Of Thrills, so if anyone has the correct Book 1963 and would like to share it, it will make the books complete i believe.

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  53. boutje777 says:

    I received the correct Buster Book 1963, thanks to Leegt. It’s on the Buster Books page now.

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  54. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the pages with the regular issues from Valiant.

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  55. Anonymous says:

    I have original copy in perfect condition dating from 1969

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  56. Baby Burpo says:

    I noticed you have Indiana Jones Comics or Magazines in two different places on your Blog.

    first, on the main home page of british comics and second, on television and movie blog.

    Anyway, I had found this Indiana Jones 01 (1991-10) (Trident Comics), which you do not have, so I had sent it through Andy.

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    • boutje777 says:

      You noticed that correct, the reason is that on this blog it’s the British Indiana Jones Monthly and on the Movie and Television blog are other series, mostly US. You will see more of the same titles on different blogs for the same reason. Also on the Newspaperblog are titles combined with other blogs, because some are Newspaperstrips and other regular comics. Thanks for the Trident Indiana Jones.

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  57. Andy says:

    Big Comic Fortnightly #1 has pages 49 & 50 missing

    Big Comic Fortnightly #3 has pages 49 & 50 missing

    The Comics should have 52 pages.

    In Renumbering the pages in fixing them, this became obvious to me.

    Would you like me to sent these for you to see?

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  58. mulo kibizer says:

    Two marvellous gifts (Vic Flint and Wes Slade!!) for the The newspaper comic strips blog, offered by Franco Giacomini, a great expert and lover of comics.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/pslw0fs0llj1xzu/Vic%20Flint.cbr?dl=0
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/7ihpfoz7oljlwzx/Wes%20Slade%2003.cbr?dl=0

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  59. Robert Jenkins says:

    Found something interesting by reading Tiger from your website. According to the Roy of the Rovers, Roy’s father is a Policeman and he met Blackie Grey when he joined the reserve team, Blackie is also much older. Wen they ran Roy’s School Day’s, Roy meets Blackie in school and his father works in the defence industry.

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    • boutje777 says:

      That is odd indeed, perhaps because so many writers wrote stories for Roy and they had different interpretations on some events that occured in the stories.

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  60. Baby Burpo says:

    roy of the rovers was also a comic strip, not only in the comic Roy of the Rovers and Tiger, but had a newspaper comic strip prior it was putinto comics, that is why somethings are different.

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    • Robert Jenkins says:

      Roy’s School Days was in Tiger the same as Roy of the Rovers. This is the 50s & 70s. If you are on about the comic strip in Match of the Day magazine then I think that was in the 90s. As a reader in the 70s it took me over 40 years to know this. The turnover of readers meant that in the 70s nobody noticed the anomaly as they hadn’t read the comic in the 50s.

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  61. petomantis says:

    Here’s a compilation of Ron Embleton’s ‘Strongbow the Mighty’ strips from Mickey Mouse Weekly -Sept 1956 to Feb 1957. These are the four stories that immediately preceded his superb ‘Don o’ the Drums’….to follow shortly!

    https://www.mediafire.com/file/exevj3vbfwq11j1/1956-MMW-Strongbow_the_Mighty.cbr/file

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, i will place it somewhere this week. Should i place it on the Ron Embleton page or make a new page for Stronbow the Mighty ?

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  62. petomantis says:

    Has anyone got a copy of that one ‘Beezer Book’ that’s missing … for 1965?

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  63. boutje777 says:

    I’ve reorganized the Fantastic page.
    I’ve reorganized the Hoot page.
    I’ve reorganized the Hurricane page.
    I’ve reorganized the Monster Fun page and gave it a place between the coverlinks.
    I’ve reorganized the Nutty page.
    I’ve reorganized the Plug page.
    I’ve reorganized the Spellbound page.
    I’ve reorganized the Spike page and gave it a place between the coverlinks.
    I’ve reorganized the TV Tornado page and gave it a place between the coverlinks.

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  64. boutje777 says:

    I am planning a new blog for later this year, it will be something like Family Fun and Educational Comics because so many good titles don’t fit in one of my blogs.
    I have made a list with those that will be on this blog you can look through it and make suggestions if you miss anything that will fit. I will focus on those that were
    published 1940-1990. The blog will not be ready sooner than somewehere at the end of the year because i have to start from scratch, many of the titles i allready have, others i have the downloadlinks but i still have to download lot’s and prepare them and so on and i still have my other blogs to maintain also.
    But i like to plan ahead.

    Here is the link to the page with the list.

    Family Comics

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  65. Phil Rowett says:

    I have an almost complete run of Look and Learn (only 6 missing) plus virtually all the free gift handouts and all the annuals of whatever sort. As I am not a whizz at scanning I was wondering if anyone would be interested in borrowing them for adding the scans to the collection.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks for your offer. I don’t think many regular issues Look and Learn’s are missing, only most free gifts and handouts and annuals i believe. I hope someone is near you and like to borrow those for scanning.

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      • Barry Spencer says:

        as you say, I don’t think too many issues are missing BUT I know that a lot of factfile pages were missing from issues scanned so Phil’s collection would be most welcome.

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    • petomantis says:

      I’ve just emailed Bill Jaycock, who has a vast online archive of the magazine, and I’m sure he’ll be in touch.

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    • Bill Jaycock says:

      Yes please. As I’ve scanned most of them over the years, I’d like to see the collection completed. I’ve mostly got missing issues between 1965-69 with the main bulk (over 30 issues) in 67-68 also missing many of the Card index of Knowledge pages. there’s also two odd issues 824 and 967 and some of the 1975 issues were left in a damp garage and missing booklet pages. Willing to collect, just NE of London.

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      • Anonymous says:

        Only slight problem is that I am in Berwick-upon-Tweed. However, if you are still prepared to come up I could hand over all the available stuff though not all have the Cards of Knowledge pages present. I would be prepared to lend the annuals and freebies etc. You could have a look at them and decide.
        Otherwise we could sort out which pieces you want and we could send them in the post or by sections.
        Unless someone is pasing, commuting……

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        • Bill Jaycock says:

          Just google mapped…5 1/2 hour drive each way. I will go through what’s missing and send a comprehensive list before coming up to pick the issues. Then arrange a day to pick them up.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Bill

            We might be down in Stamford, Lincs, visiting family in September. That might cut the distance to 75 miles each way.

            I’ll try and list what I have here for your selection.

            Phil

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  66. boutje777 says:

    I am also thinking of a new blog, but that will be for next year though, a sort of a continuation of the Comic Heroes of the Golden Age. That would be Comic Heroes of the Silver (56-70) and Bronze Age (71-85) both of them in 1 blog. Some series will be a continuation of what’s allready started in de Golden Age Blog but many new heroes saw daylight in these 2 periods.

    Aquaman
    the Atom
    Doctor Solar
    Hawkman
    Fantastic Four
    Green Arrow
    Human Torch
    Justice League of America
    Metal Men
    Nick Fury
    Spider-Man
    X-Men

    And many more offcourse.

    Not only superheroes but all kind of heroes that are typical for these periods.

    With artists like Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Gil Cane, Steve Ditko, John Buscema and others that played such important roles in these periods.

    My first thought was to make 1 blog for the Silver Age, but why not also the Bronze age, because that period gave daylight on some new heroes also and are still attractive to me.

    It’s personal also because i find comics in these 3 periods, Golden, Silver and Bronze,
    so much better than those in the Modern age. Somehow those Modern age comics don’t attract me at all, but i guess nostalgic reasons has something to do with it.

    Let me know what your thoughts are about it.

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  67. petomantis says:

    Here’s my compilation of the 2 ‘Man From Uncle’ stories that Ron Embleton did for Lady Penelope in 1966. And I guess that his folder is the best place to file it. The second story, btw, features a master forger named Embleton….

    1966-LP040-The Man from Uncle.cbr
    https://www.mediafire.com/file/ojcbve8y2wdj3wy

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, i will place it tomorrow in the Lady Penelope widget.
      Talking about Lady Penelope, the update next month will have 56 Lady Penelope’s, which will make this title complete.

      PS:

      I had to place it in the various widget because that Lady Penelope widget was for my own compilations.
      I can make a widget for you where i can put all compilations you made if you want.

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  68. petomantis says:

    Please note corrected link for the Embleton ‘Man from Uncle’ compilation:

    https://www.mediafire.com/file/ylblp448n0ggrlk

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  69. Scott says:

    Thank you firstly for a fantastic website and all your hard work.
    Can I ask if you could maybe try and upload more football comics such as Football Picture story monthly. Loved reading those as a kid and would love to read more. Also Roy of the Rovers. I have all available on your fab site and the the ones you have bundled together. Sorry being greedy now but as with being Scottish would love more Broons and oor Wullie too.
    Thank you.

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    • boutje777 says:

      You are welcome. I would upload more football comics if i had them. Same goes for Broons and Oor Wullie. I hope to find more in the future, perhaps someone else has some more and is so kind to upload them for the blog.
      With that last sentence, you mean to say that Scottish are gready or the Broons and Oor Wullie are also Scottish, you know what i mean, wink wink, say no more, say no more.

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      • Anonymous says:

        I’d love football mags like football monthly and jimmy hills football weekly they were great

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      • Baby Burpo says:

        I have over 20 The Broons and Oor Willie

        However, I need first to prepare them to scan first.

        When done I let you know.

        Before I upload them to you I will mention the years too, so you could let me know which ones you want too,.

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        • Scott says:

          Omg that would be fantastic if you could do that for me. The only ones I have at the moment is one on the site. I would love to be able to scan and upload too as I have 150 plus football picture story monthly but not sure how
          Scott

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          • boutje777 says:

            If you have a scanner and enough time, you can try to scan them and compress them with any compressingprogram like winrar and upload them to any fileserver and leave a link in a comment, i will make sure they will end up on the right place on the blog.

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          • Anonymous says:

            Scott

            please contact me privately so I can check the logistics of how these football picture monthlies could be collected and scanned for all – if you have as many as this plus what we already have then we would be very near a full set

            Douglas – dlaird@postmaster.co.uk

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