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The Dandy, The Beano, and Comic Cuts, are all British, although in modern times British comics have been largely superseded by American comic books and Japanese manga.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




2,696 responses »

Comment navigation

  1. boutje777 says:

    List of incomplete Valiants, thanks to Jacko.

    I had previously reported a few issues of Valiant that were either incomplete or damaged in some way. I have finally managed to check all 712 issues of Valiant and I have found further issues which are either incomplete or damaged, however, I have not been able to find any complete/alternate scans to replace them with.

    Issues with missing pages:

    Valiant #012 (1962-12-22) – 2 missing pages – ‘Jack O’Justice'(page 31) + back page (page 32) are missing. This issue also has some damage on page 13 (‘Steel Claw’) and page 16 (‘To Glory We Steer’)

    Valiant #021 (1963-02-23) – 2 missing pages – ‘Percy the Problem Child'(page 15) + the letters page (page 18) are missing. This issue also has some minor damage on page 5 (‘Captain Hurricane’)

    Valiant #173 (1966-01-22) – 1 missing page – probably the back page humour strip ‘It’s a Dog’s Life’)

    Valiant #332 (1969-02-08) – 2 missing pages – ‘Raven on the Wing’ (3rd page of a 3-page story) and probaby an ads/columns page are missing

    Valiant #367 (1969-10-11) – 2 missing pages – 2nd (middle) page of ‘House of Dolmann’ (usually a 3-page story) and probaby an ads/columns page are missing

    Valiant #590 (1974-05-04) – 2 missing pages – both pages of ‘Yellowknife of the Yard’ are missing

    Valiant #610 (1974-10-19) – 8-page pull-out booklet featuring Mytek the Mighty is missing

    Valiant #669 (1975-12-20) – 4 pages of ads/columns/one-page humour strips are missing.

    The following issues are just damaged in some way (i.e. torn edges, cut-outs etc)

    Valiant #011 (1962-12-15) – page 16 (‘To Glory We Steer’)
    Valiant #013 (1962-12-29) – page 16 (‘To Glory We Steer’)
    Valiant #015 (1963-01-12) – page 20 (Shorty the Sheriff)
    Valiant #071 (1964-02-08) – page 27 (‘Jack O’Justice’)
    Valiant #162 (1965-11-06) – page 14 (‘The Nutts’)
    Valiant #181 (1966-03-19) – page 21 (‘Steel Claw’)
    Valiant #229 (1967-02-18) – page 39 (‘The Crows’)
    Valiant #488 (1972-04-29) – page 39 (‘Billy Bunter’)

    I hope that complete/undamaged scans of the above will all be tracked down one day. Thanks in advance if anyone is able to assist with replacing any of the above.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. boutje777 says:

    I just got a complete copy Valiant 1963-02-23 (thanks to Leegt).
    I replaced the incomplete one at the page but here is the link for the individual issue so you don’t have to download the pack.

    Download 1963-02-23

    Liked by 3 people

  3. boutje777 says:

    This friday i am going to move to my new home. So don’t worry if you don’t see me around the next days, because i will be busy offcourse, and it’s always in doubt if my internetprovider changed all connections properly onto my knew address.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Davyd Ramsden says:

    Merry Christmas Boutje and a big thank-you from Brisbane, Australia for your incredible site


  5. John Archbold says:

    Where is Dad’s Army Annual book?


  6. Jacko says:

    Lion 0914 [1969-10-11] is incomplete. It is missing one page (i.e. the 3rd page) from the Carson’s Cubs strip. Can anyone add the missing page or provide a complete issue which should have 44 pages.

    Lion 1023 [1972-02-12] is damaged. Something has been cut out from this issue leaving a big hole on Page 22 (Steel Commando). Can anyone replace the damaged page or provide an alternate scan.



  7. Anonymous says:

    i have to say, its one of the best blogs i have ever seen, todays kids will never understand the joy we got from our comics every week, its nice to see the comics i read as a young lad in the 70′ and 80’s brought back to life here, many thanks to you and your mates for taking the time to do all this,


  8. boutje777 says:

    I am in my new house, everything went smooth with the move and all connections are working like they should do, so i am back in business.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Anonymous says:

    Great Boutje ! Happy Christmas and go well in the new house!!


  10. Dan says:

    Merry Christmas to one and all!
    There are no Valiant issues covering 31/5/75 and 7/6/75.
    I recently purchased the full year from eBay and it was also missing those dates. Also comicvine does not have them. I’ve compared the stories between the connecting issues and they seem to match up. Can anyone confirm that there were no issues for those dates? Thanks


  11. Stan Beben says:

    A Merry Christmas to all! This is a gem of a site and long may it continue – cheers Stan


  12. Anonymous says:

    Boutje – A GEM of a person.May you have a lovely sojourn in your new residence.May you enjoy health ,prosperity,and harmony. A Merry Christmas to you. Warm Regards – Raghu


  13. Roy says:

    Thank you so much for this wonderful site. It is obvious you have put a lot of work into the site and it is really appreciated. I visit every day and find something new every time.


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, you are welcome. In the mean time your name does remind me i am working on compilations of stories from Roy of the Rovers, should be finished early next year.


  14. Tony Topping says:

    Thank you for everything and have a brilliant Christmas!


  15. boutje777 says:

    Actually for the next update but it seems appropriate to make a link for it in advance.
    The Christmas Book For Girls And Boys 1949 by Birn Brothers Ltd.

    Christmas Book

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Andy says:

    Hi boutje, it has been awhile since I have been in contact with your webpage. I had my laptop hacked back in august, just got it fixed and have a new dropbox account to start again with uploading you new comics and update to leopard from lime street. Could you remind me your dropbox email, so I can start again. Andy


  17. Andy says:

    I also have new buster comics for you, that I believe you do not have yet.


  18. Andy says:

    I will prepare them first, and when ready as usual I will let you know, sometime in the new year of 2019. By the way, the latest in the news of the leopard from lime street, on 13 June 2019 the graphic novel 2 will be released. The first book 1 was released back on 17 July 2017, which of course I have. I am looking forward to the next one. I also have the Graphic Novel of Marney the Fox, as well as the graphic Novel Faceache volume 1 the first 100 hundred scrunges. Also other news coming on 25 July 2019 will be the release of the graphic novel Leo Baxendale’s Sweeney Toddler, which I look forward to get also.


  19. Jacko says:

    Merry Christmas to all.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. M.R.P.Perera says:

    Dear Bourtje777,and all others helping to this great comic web site,
    Wish you and all of your families , a merry Christmas and very happy new year with
    wealth ,health and happiness.



  21. Thomas Meade says:

    Happy Christmas to all involved with this site. Thank you for scanning and uploading all these comics, keep up the excellent work.

    The best of luck to you boutje777 in your new home.


  22. Andy says:

    Produced by Innovative Communications, Triffik! was a British weekly comic that was intended to appeal to modern kids more than existing fare such as the Beano. It launched with extremely optimistic sales expectations and correspondingly expensive publicity and costly high print runs, and died a quick death after only twelve issues.


  23. Andy says:

    The following Buster comics uploading to dropbox :

    Buster 1099 [1982-01-30] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1101 [1982-02-13] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1102 [1982-02-20] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1104 [1982-03-06] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1105 [1982-03-13] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1109 [1982-04-10] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1110 [1982-04-17] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1113 [1982-05-08] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1114 [1982-05-15] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1116 [1982-05-29] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1117 [1982-06-05] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1118 [1982-06-12] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1119 [1982-06-19] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1120 [1982-06-26] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1121 [1982-07-03] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1135 [1982-10-09] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1138 [1982-10-30] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1142 [1982-11-27] [32 Pages]
    Buster 1145 [1982-12-18] [32 Pages]

    This will complete your section for the year 1982


    • Moreau says:

      I think we still need the first issue of the year, Buster 1982-01-02. I wondered if that week had no issue, but after checking the stories inside of 1981-12-26 and 1982-01-09, it’s clear that an installment is missing; Barry and Boing ends 1981 with the current storyline resolved, and 9th January’s installment starts with them facing a stampede, clearly following on from a cliffhanger ending.


  24. Andy says:

    All 19 Buster comics now ready for you


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, i found them, great work.


      • Andy says:

        your welcome


      • Andy says:

        The Leopard from Lime Street that I uploaded to you, sent wrong upload. It has some missing files. Should be 925 files. I will upload correct one later. Let you know when its ready. Most probably around January 1st 2019. I have more files found to add to it and re-update it again. It will be more then 925 files this time. Please wait for a bit before put on compilations. When ready, I will let you know again.


      • Andy says:

        Terry Bave 1931 – 2018

        I was so sorry to hear of the sad passing of the mighty Terry Bave. Terry of course drew Calculator Kid for Cheeky Weekly and the successful character continued in Whoopee! after Cheeky’s comic came to an end. There was a time when it seemed Terry had artwork appearing in just about every comic in publication, with a never-ending roster of hugely popular characters created in collaboration with his wife Shiela. I always found Terry’s artwork to be very appealing, and he depicted a world that was, despite the regular appearance of bullies who were a staple of comic scripts of the period, very cosy and reassuring as justice was always served by the end of the story. It’s impossible to imagine the heyday of British comics without Terry’s vibrant and always amusing strips. What a great legacy he leaves behind.

        My thoughts are with his family, friends and countless fans.


  25. Andy says:

    Buster Issues Numbering Guide [2018-12-25] [Ipc Magazines] [fixed]

    The Leopard From Lime Street Numbering Guide From Buster Comics [2018-12-25] [fixed]

    are also ready for you


  26. James E. Parten says:

    Merry Christmas from warm and sunny California.

    I should like to write to you and comment on this and your sister sites.


  27. leemcdaid says:

    For anyone who hasn’t already seen this site it’s a great online gallery of 1970’s era Annuals

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Jacko says:

    Re: The Hornet.

    I have discovered that pages 7-26 in Hornet 435 [1972-01-08] are the same as in Hornet 490 [1973-01-27].

    The pages seem to belong to the latter, which means there are 20 pages missing from issue 435 [1972-01-08]. Therefore, this issue will need to be rescanned with the missing 20 pages.

    Also, pages 28 & 29 are missing from Hornet 586 [1974-11-30].


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, good find, i’ve download them from another site and they had the same problems, i will make a note for myself and will be on the look out for correct ones.


    • boutje777 says:

      Here is a complete 586, thanks to Leegt.

      Download 586

      I’m not gonna make a new link on the downloadpage because this title is bound to be reorganized soon with dates.


  29. Richard Taff says:

    Hi. Happy new year. I trust everybody had a great Xmas. What a site this is.

    Does anybody know where i get hold of Football magazines/comics such as SHOOT & MATCH.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. terrythomas says:

    I would also love some of those old football magazines! Happy New Year your sites are fantastic!


  31. boutje777 says:

    UPDATE 10-01-2019

    Update from the Eagle 1st serie
    (thanks to Leegt and the scanners and original uploaders)

    I’ve place them all on the original pages on the right places because else i have to do
    twice the work with the new update and place them on the original pages on the right places.

    These are the new issues.

    1962 v13 1-26 28-40 42-50 52
    1963 v14 1-31 33 38 41-52
    1964 v15 1-20 22-30 32-39
    1968 v19 1-21 23-25 27 29 30 39 41-52
    1969 v20 1 2 5-14

    Later this month there will be a regular update also.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Mart says:


    I would like to congratulate you on the fantastic job your do with this website.

    I started downloading your Eagle updates and found that i could not download Eagle Vol 13 issues 20,21,22. Could you please have a look and see if you have the same issue. The rest are downloading ok.


  33. Philippe DM says:

    Happy new year to all the english comics communauty

    Liked by 2 people

  34. boutje777 says:

    UPDATE 12-01-2019

    Tiny update Original Artwork that i found somewhere on a dark corner of one of my drives (i believe i had it from Andy).


  35. Happy New Year Bootje and to the Comics Community. A quer, I came across the work of Carl Banks – Donald Duck on this site, but now I cannot locate it. Please let me know where it is Thanks RW

    Liked by 1 person

  36. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the compilationsblog with Roy of the Rovers. That is a huge title with well over 5500 pages in 16 issues.


  37. Rob says:

    What a gold-mine! My kids have just discovered comics which is great to help with their reading, so being able to share these with them is just amazing. I can’t start to weigh up the effort that went into scanning and cataloguing these collections, so a massive thank you to everyone involved.

    My question is, do you (or anyone) have links to whole collections (i.e. all the Beano comics) rather than me manually going and downloading each set? It could take some time 🙂

    If not, no problem… I can download quicker than they can read!

    Thanks again,


    • boutje777 says:

      I am afraid that i don’t have links to complete collections, because everytime i find or get issues the collections change, i think you have to look at torrentsites to find links for complete collections.


    • baldie2k12 says:

      Rob, at you can download “year” collections of The Beano,The Dandy and The Beezer etc.


  38. Andy says:

    Just to let you know added another 3 Buster comics not in your list.

    They are :

    Buster 0727 [1974-10-05] [36 Pages]

    Buster 0728 [1974-10-12] [32 Pages]

    Buster 0732 [1974-11-09] [32 Pages]


  39. boutje777 says:

    UPDATE 23-01-2019

    Thanks to the following contributors:

    Mr. Tweedy

    Let me know if i forgot someone.

    Action war picture library (4)
    Air ace picture library (33)
    Air war picture stories (5) – New Title
    Amazing stories of suspense (5)
    Astounding stories (10)
    Attack (2)
    Battle picture weekly (5)
    Battle picture library (3) – New Title
    Battleground (5) – New Title
    Blazing Trails (3) – New Title
    Blue rosette romance (3) – New Title
    Bobo Bunny (2)
    Bunty (1)
    Buster adventure library (2)
    Captain Marvel jr. (1)
    Comet (3)
    Commando (1)
    Conflict library (5) – New Title
    Creepy Worlds (5)
    Express Weekly (1)
    Finding Out (1)
    Girl picture library (4) – New Title
    Jack and Jill (43)
    June and Schoolfriend library (4)
    Knockout IPC (2)
    Knockout Amalgamated (3)
    Lady Penelope (1)
    Look and Learn (25)
    Marilyn (2)
    Mickey Mouse (2)
    Once upon a time (53) – New Title
    Out of this world (7)
    Picture romance library 4) – New Title
    Picture stories of WWII (11) – New Title
    Pink (3) – New Title
    Pocket chiller library (3)
    Pocket detective library (4)
    Poot! (6) – New Title
    Private eye picture stories (3) – New Title
    Real Ghostbuster (2)
    Robin (1)
    Romantic adventure library (6) – New Title
    Rupert (1)
    S.A.T.A.N. picture library (6) – New Title
    Schoolgirls’ adventure library (11) – New Title
    Schoolgirls’ picture library (58)
    Scorcher (15)
    Sea war picture library (6) – New Title
    Secret service picture library (4) – New Title
    Secrets of the unknown (4)
    Sinister tales (1)
    Smash! (21)
    Star love stories (10) – New Title
    Sun (3)
    Tammy (1)
    Teddy Bear (29)
    Tiger sports library (1)
    Titans (1)
    Totem picture library (3) – New Title
    TV Comic (1)
    TV Tornado (1)
    War picture library (8)
    Western picture library (6) – New Title
    Western star picture library (3) – New Title
    Western trail picture library (3) – New Title
    Wild west picture library (3)
    World adventure library (1)

    The next titles you can find on the
    page update 23-01-2019 at the bottom
    of the More Comics because
    they are part of the organized pages

    Beano (4)
    Buster (24)
    Dandy (1)
    Hurricane (1)
    Lion (13)
    Roy of the Rovers (7)
    Tiger (2)
    Topper (2)
    Valiant (1)

    12 issues in Various 2
    27 issues in Various Picture Libraries

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Nathan Christopher Thor says:

    Sent this message last year and got no response, but figured there’s no harm in trying again: There was a comic Grant, Bisley, and Wagner (some of the guys from 2000ad) did in the 90s called The Dirty Dog, aka Shit The Dog that was released in 4 “poster magazines” and was featured later in some issues of a comic called Wasted that was released by a comic company called Bad Press Ltd. Is there a chance you could get those up on this site? I have a few issues of Wasted and the first issue of Shit The Dog and wish to read the rest of them. There was also a comic similar to Viz called Gas that I’m interested in, if you can get it.


  41. boutje777 says:

    For everyone interested, i’ve updated the Compilations Blog with stories from Roy of the Rovers.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. John says:


    Looking for Spectacular Spider-Man (UK) Time Quest.
    If possible the whole run. I have not seen it anywhere.

    Thank you!


  43. Jacko says:

    Thanks for the latest update, especially the issues of Smash and Scorcher. It’s great to see the Scorcher annuals finally turning up.

    However, from the latest update, Scorcher 209 [1974-01-05] is incomplete – the second page of the ‘Nipper’ story (page 21) is missing.

    Otherwise, there seems to be only 11 issues of Scorcher still to find. These are:

    153, 157, 158, 165, 167, 213, 214, 217, 219, 225, 227.

    A note about Scorcher issue 217.
    I found some information on Blimey! The Blog of British Comics by Lew Stringer.
    He mentions that there are 2 different issues cover dated 23-02-1974. Due to a printing error, the second one is actually the 02-03-1974 issue.
    Therefore, if anyone has an issue dated 23-02-1974 with a different cover to the one on this page, it is actually the 02-03-1974 issue (i.e. issue #217) and is one of the few remaining issues that we still need to find. Apologies if this fact is already known to Scorcher fans. . .

    I know I’ve mentioned this one before. Scorcher issue 064 [1971-03-27] is also still incomplete – Page 15 (2nd page of ‘The Amazing Strollers’ story) is missing.

    Liked by 1 person

    • boutje777 says:

      You are welcome, thanks for the information, i make a note for myself for it for later use when i run into some Scorcher’s.


    • boutje777 says:

      I’ve got all the missing issues, thanks to Leegt, also the complete 209, they will be all in the next update.


      • Jacko says:

        That’s great news about the missing issues of Scorcher.


        • boutje777 says:

          I even got the correct issues 23-02-1974 and 02-03-1974 with the wrong date, i now have all Scorcher issues complete with the Annuals. I will place those new ones in the next update on the Scorcher page but i will make a new reorganized Scorcherpage also in the nearby future.


  44. Moreau says:

    Anyone got The Incomplete Death’s Head, or The Bog Paper?


  45. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the Compilations Blog with upgrades and new titles from Monster Fun.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. mulo kibizer says:

    For British Comics Complilation: here the very first story of a western legend (more or less)


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, last weeks i received 45 stories of Gun Law for the Newspaper Blog also. I will place this compilation on the Compilationsblog under your header today.


      I found that i allready received this copy amongst the others, better place all Gun Law in the Newspaperblog to avoid confusion.


  47. mulo kibizer says:

    Some stories of “Rufus and Flook”!xvRnyAgB!S97ktQ1Ig6EGvGd2dvxiZw


  48. Tom says:

    Hi. Seems to be a problem with all google drive links on Comet Comic


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, i tried a few but they all worked fine, sometimes it says “oops problem with the network” but you can still push the downloadbutton and it works, has something to do with the larger than 100mb files i believe.


  49. boutje777 says:

    The following Comicsblogs were updated today.

    Army and War
    Crime and Police
    Golden Age Heroes
    Horror and Mystery
    Love and Romance
    Movie and Television

    Liked by 3 people

  50. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated the Compilationsblog with stories from Scorcher.

    Liked by 1 person

  51. Anonymous says:

    hello do you provide Numbering Guides to comics you have scanned


  52. Tom says:

    Hi, It looks as if the link for Tiger tgr55-02 is gone. Mediafire says it does not exist. Just a heads up.


  53. Mart says:

    I noticed eagle series 2 & battle are nearly complete. Any luck in tracking down the missing issues?


Comment navigation

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s