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The Dandy, The Beano, and Comic Cuts, are all British, although in modern times British comics have been largely superseded by American comic books and Japanese manga.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

    Look & Learn 404-406, 437, 439 now ready.


  2. Andy says:

    Look & Learn Magazines Numbers 251, 360, 404-407, 430, 433, 435, 437-440 now ready for you.


  3. Andy says:

    Look & Learn Magazines Numbers 173, 174, 251, 360, 404-407, 430-440, 467-469, and finally 514-516 now ready for you.


  4. Andy says:

    I noticed that you had a temporary cover for issue 808 of Look and Learn. I found it for you, the original cover. It is now being uploaded to you.


  5. Andy says:

    Space 1999 Annuals 1976-1980 now ready for you


  6. Andy says:

    Feature Films Magazine 1-4 [1950] now ready for you. Spaceman #1 [1961] now ready for you, Marvel Super Specials 15, 18, 21 [1979, 1981, 1982] now ready. Space 1999 Annuals 1976-1980 now ready. Meet Andy Capp [1963] [cleaned up] ready.


  7. Andy says:

    It is okay, that you already had the Look and Learn Magazines, but at least you got replaced the cover for issue 808, instead of temporary cover. Ha Ha !


  8. Andy says:

    That’s good to know. Some more information as follows :

    Later, in the 1970s, William Farmer became the costumed crime-fighter known as The Leopard From Lime Street. As one Fleetway boss told me (later confirmed by artist Mike Western) “Thomson had a schoolboy who fights crooks in a costume and if Billy the Cat was popular I was sure we could do better!”

    Yes, that is The Leopard From Lime Street reprinted in French -as were many other UK comic strip heroes!

    Interestingly, in the Billy The Cat series he was later to be hunted as a vigilante by authorities who did not like what he was doing. Likewise, The Leopard was also hunted down at one point. In fact, a number of British comic crime-fighters found themselves not just ducking the crooks out for revenge but also the very side they were fighting for!


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, again great work, i will try to place them today. When you have time take a look at the Garth page in the Newspaper blog, someone made also compilations from coloured strips in pdf format.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Mulo, please take a look again at the Garth page in the Newspaper blog, someone has a comment about a compilation you made, but i believe he can’t find the right place to contact you.


  9. Johnnny says:

    I’m looking for the series ‘Jane Bond’ art by Mike Hubbard and published in Tina and Princess Tina. Do you have any idea where I could find them?
    Thanks! Love the site!


  10. Andy says:

    Oops my mistake not Jane Pond, but Jane Bond. Ha ha.


  11. Andy says:

    Talking of Jane Pond – The Underwater Spy – Ha Ha, did you know on utube their is an advertidement for a new film starring Jane Bond instead of James Bond, to be the new female first as the role of 007. I upload you a copy of thye video.


  12. Andy says:

    I just check the two books that I have, and it seems I made a mistake slightly in the title. It is not Jane Pond or Jane Bond, but it is actually called Jane Blond. Well they say Blonds are Dumb. Ha Ha.


  13. Andy says:

    I found Jane Bond Original Artwork by Mike Hubbard, and it is being uploaded to you. It is a total of Original 28 Pages.


  14. Andy says:

    Princess Tina

    Princess Tina was a weekly British girls’ comic published by IPC, initially under the Fleetway banner. It was launched on 23 September 1967 by merging Princess and Tina. In 1973 the title was merged into Pink.
    Its last editor was John Wagner.
    Twelve hardcover Princess Tina annuals were published between 1968 and 1980 bearing the cover dates 1969-1981. Other hardcover annuals associated with the title were Princess Tina Ballet Book dated 1969 to 1977 and Princess Tina Pony Book from 1969 to 1981. Five annual saddle-stapled magazines were published as Princess Tina Summer Extra dated 1969 to 1974.

    It was in this comic that Jane Bond Secret Agent was Published in. Well, what do you know, there was a Jaqne Bond after all before movie. Ha ha. Anyway the Original artwork by Mike Hubbard of 28 pages is now ready for you, to please your adoring Fans.


  15. Andy says:

    Princess Tina: Jane Bond — Secret Agent
    The name’s Bond — Miss Bond. Mum’s Own Annual (Fleetway Publications Ltd, 1993, pp23), in its whirlwind tour of girls comics of the fifties to the seventies, notes that Tina’s lead story was “Jane Bond”, an “international secret agent who looked like Jane from the Daily Mirror minus her stockings and suspender belt”. The reason for that was, of course, that they were both illustrated by the same person, Mike Hubbard, who drew Jane for the Daily Mirror from 1952 for about a decade and drew Jane Bond for Tina and Princess Tina between 1967 and 1970. Jane was obviously cheesecake but Jane Bond was not. Unlike Jane, the Jane Bond plots weren’t there just so that the heroine would get her kit off (well, the story when Jane Bond went to Brazil to investigate what a dastardly army of beautiful women were up to in the Jungle and she ended up being staked to the ground — well, that’s a Daily Mirror Jane story waiting to happen, that). Armed with suitable James Bond-style gadgetry–lipstick radios, explosive necklaces–Jane Bond tackled criminal masterminds with no-nonsense pluck and a fabulous wardrobe. The Irish Comics Wiki describes Hubbard as “an excellent draughtsman and excelled at the figure, particularly the female figure, and his colour work was both vivid and sensitive. He also excelled as a portrait painter, and was an expert in the history of architecture

    Jane Bond Original Aartwork by mike Hubbard Part 2 of 18 Original Pages is now being uploaded to you once more.


  16. Andy says:

    Part 2 of The Original Artwork by Mike Hubbard is now ready for you once more.


  17. Andy says:

    Marvel Team-Up Winter Special 1980 [Pages 32 & 33 Poster fixed as one page] ready now for you.


  18. Andy says:

    Jane Bond Original Artwork by Mike Hubbard [46 Pieces] [In Order] – I fixed the original files sent to you in order and renamed to make easier. You can scrap the first two, as this one is much better now. As I find more, I let you know, and I give you permission to use it as a compilation if you like.


  19. Andy says:

    Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens [1-3] [IDW Publishing] now ready


  20. Andy says:

    Iron Man Annual 8 [1986-10] now ready for you


  21. boutje777 says:

    UPDATE 19-02-2018

    Thanks to :

    Mr. Tweedy
    Mulo Kibizer
    The UK Spider

    (I hope i am not forgetting someone, please let me know if so)

    2000AD (3) in Monthly Various
    Action (39)
    Amazing stories of suspense (5)
    Banaman (8) – New Title
    Bash Street Kids (2)
    Battle Picture Weekly (130)
    Beano 15) in Comic Library and Various
    Beezer (5)
    Beryl the Peril (1)
    Big Comic (4)
    Bunty (2)
    Buster (106)
    Buzz (12)
    Cheeky Weekly (1)
    Comic Cuts (13) – New Title
    Cor!! (5)
    Debbie (1)
    Dennis the Menace (1)
    Eagle (13) in all 3 pages
    Fleetway Super Library (1)
    Garfield (19) – New Title
    Harold Hare (1)
    Hoot (2)
    Jack and Jill (9)
    Judge Dredd (3)
    June (29)
    Knockout (30)
    Krazy (1)
    Lion (3) in Annuals and Specials
    Look and Learn (32)
    Mandy (2)
    Marvelman (1)
    Mask (3)
    Misty (1)
    Oink (3)
    Out of this world (2)
    Playhour (8)
    Plug (1)
    Pow! (12)
    Radio Fun (20)
    Ranger (20)
    Roy of the Rovers (6)
    Sally (36)
    School Friend (4)
    Sinister Tales (5) – New Title
    Smash! (11)
    Sparky (10)
    Tammy (31)
    Thunderbirds (1)
    Tiger (2)
    TV Comic (91)
    TV Fun (2)
    TV Tornado (6)
    Uncanny Tales (5) – New Title
    Warlord (1)
    Wham! (19)
    Whizzer and Chips (2) in Specials
    Whoopee (9)
    World Adventure Library (1)
    Wow! (2)

    Various Picture Libraries (2)

    Various (32)

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  22. Wishful says:

    Here are Enid Blyton’s Adventure Magazine 4,6, and 7 :


  23. Andy says:

    Wow! You surpassed my expectations with the latest updates. Beeb was published by Polystyle Publications and had a total of 20 issues. I noticed with latest updates you had issue number 3. I uploading you issues 1, 4, 6-13, 15-20. I will look out for number 2, 5, & 14. Hope this will help.


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, that would be great, i just found this 1 issue, with more i can make a separate page for it.
      It even has a comic about Grange Hill, i watched that series often on tv in the 70s and 80s.


      • Andy says:

        I am Happy that I found something that you did not have finally. Great to be of assistance and happy to do so. Nice that you will make a new page for your blog. Also I found Comic entitled ‘All Humor’ [1-17] [Comic Favourites, Inc]. It was published from Spring 1946 until december 1949. It is a complete collection. I hope this will be another one to assist you with, to create another new page. I will upload these to you as well.


  24. Andy says:

    The first Issue of Beeb was dated 29th January 1985 and finished with the last issue number 20 dated 11th June 1985.


  25. Andy says:

    I found another series of Golden Age comics, called americas greatest of 8 issues published from 1941 until Summer 1943 by [Fawett Publications, Inc] I hope this also will give you another page. I will upload those too, to you.


  26. Andy says:

    Only issues 13 & 19 of Beeb have pages missing. All the rest are complete comics. If I find also issues 13 & 19 complete I will upload them to you later.


  27. leemcdaid says:

    Blue Peter talking about British Comics in 1972


  28. Andy says:

    Aall the Beeb Magazines are now ready for you.


  29. Andy says:

    at the moment for issues 2, 5, 14, I uploaded you the covers only, as that is all I found for those issues.


  30. boutje777 says:

    I’ve updated most of my other blogs also, in the Underground Comix Blog are some British titles from Harrier, i think they fit better there.


  31. boutje777 says:

    I am still working for the still to come blog with pulp and old magazines, who will be so good to download these tests to see if the speed is fair and see how it goes when you download more after each other, if there is a time or download restriction, let me know in a comment. I can’t find one myself, but perhaps that is because i have an account. I like to see how that works for free users.
    Thanks in advance.

    Download Analog 1

    Download Analog 2

    Download Analog 3

    Download Analog 4

    Download Analog 5

    Download Analog 6

    Download Analog 7

    Download Analog 8

    Download Analog 9


  32. Andy says:

    Glad you got all the Beeb magazines, that I uploaded you. I will still try to find the three missing issues and hopefully find the other 2 with missing pages, not missing.


  33. Andy says:

    I saw the Blue Peter Video. Ha Ha! I agree with you that it is a funny way to organize comics. Anyway, the better way to organize Comics is to have them on your Comic Blog.
    Talking of Comics, I prepared 17 Complete Comic Collections for you, I believe that you do not have any of them at all. So this should give you plenty fresh ones. Possibly most will help you create a new Blog Page. Eleven Complete Collections are from one Comic Company. The other Six from various Comic Companies. I have plenty more surprises for you yet. It will be quite awhile from time to time to upload you Complete Comic Collections, as I have plenty. Do not worry, you will not run out of Comics to be Uploaded to you. I will have plenty for quite awhile to assist you, more then 20 years worth of Comics, over 9 million Comics, including Annuals and specials, plus still preparing Date and Numbering Guides for you. So there always be something for you.


    • boutje777 says:

      The best way for me to organize comics is on bookshelves and -cases. I have 12 bookcases and 3 bookshelves, from small to large, everywhere in my house.
      Thanks, best for you to do is send me a list of these 17 collections to see if i can place them on any blog to prevent you have do idle work.


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