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The Dandy, The Beano, and Comic Cuts, are all British, although in modern times British comics have been largely superseded by American comic books and Japanese manga.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

    Just a small point, could you please in Compilations, Take the first page of the leopard from lime street, to be shown as the cover page for the download. That has been updated too. And also it should say posted June. still says february. Thanks in advance.


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks for the corrections. I changed the first page, the date i can’t change that is the system because it was first posted and afterwards updated.
      Otherwise i always have to make new pages for every update.
      I made a remark on the page when it was updated and at the frontpage you can always read when there are updates.


  2. Andy says:

    Those who helped in contributing, from our team, were as follows :

    Akele Hum
    Andy Artyart
    Bli Bli Bli Bli Bloop
    Bud Bud Ding Ding
    Danga Boo Boo
    Disaster Des
    Emma Bunton
    Frank Mcdiarmid
    Gunga Jim
    Ian Knox
    Jack Mikel
    ”Nessie” The Loch Ness Monster
    Paw Broon [from the comic strip The Broons]
    SHELLdon [Cheeky’s Snail]
    SQUORM [Buster’s Worm]
    Terry Bave
    Walter Wurx
    Woonga Baga Lulu
    Woo Woo Choonga Choonga


  3. Andy says:

    I have another 16 uploads for you, in addition to previous 52.


  4. Andy says:

    The following 16 are the ones being uploaded :

    Buster 0726 [1975-08-31] [36 Pages]
    Buster 1191 [1983-11-05] [32 Pages]

    frankie_original art by ken reid

    The Beano 1890 [1978-10-07] [20 Pages]
    The Beano 1892 [1978-10-21] [20 Pages]
    The Beano 1893 [1978-10-28] [20 Pages]
    The Beano 1894 [1978-11-04] [20 Pages]
    The Beano 1897 [1978-11-25] [20 Pages]
    The Beano 1899 [1978-12-09] [20 Pages]

    The Beezer 1335 [1981-08-15] [24 Pages]
    The Beezer 1336 [1981-08-22] [24 Pages]
    The Beezer 1338 [1981-09-05] [24 Pages]
    The Beezer 1339 [1981-09-12] [24 Pages]
    The Beezer 1343 [1981-10-10] [24 Pages]
    The Beezer 1352 [1981-12-12] [24 Pages]
    The Beezer 1353 [1981-12-19] [16 Pages] [pages 9-16 Missing]


  5. Andy says:

    Here is a List of the previous 52 uploads :

    01] Black Bob Annual 1952 [136 Pages]
    02] Bob Paynter [Group Editor] [Text File]
    03] Bubbles 500 (1930-11-15)
    04] Buster 0006 [1960-07-02] [16 Pages]
    05] Donald Duck 032 [40 Pages] [Egmont Publications Ltd]
    06] Eagle 478 [October 1991] [68 Pages]
    07] Garfield 1990 Annual [62 Pages]
    08] Garfield Book #01 – Garfield at Large [1980] [130 Pages] [1st Book]
    09] Garfield Book #02 – Garfield Gains Weight [1981] [132 Pages]
    10] Garfield Book #04 – Garfield Weighs In [1982] [132 Pages]
    11] Garfield Book #05 – Garfield Takes the Cake [1982] [132 Pages]
    12] Garfield Book #06 – Garfield Eats his Heart Out [1983] [132 Pages]
    13] Garfield Book #07 – Garfield Sits Around the House [1983] [132 Pages]
    14] Garfield Book #08 – Garfield Tips the Scales [1984] [132 Pages]
    15] Garfield Book #11 – Garfield Rolls On [1985] [132 Pages]
    16] Garfield Book #25 – Garfield Hits the Big Time [1993] [130 Pages] [25th Book]
    17] Garfield Tv Special #1 – Here comes Garfield [1982] [68 Pages]
    18] Garfield Tv Special #3 – Garfield in the Rough [1984] [68 Pages]
    19] Garfield Tv Special #4 – Garfield in Disguise [1985] [68 Pages]
    20] Garfield Tv Special #5 – Garfield in Paradise [1987] [66 Pages]
    21] Garfield Tv Special #6 – Garfield Goes to Hollywood [1987] [65 Pages]
    22] Garfield Tv Special #7 – A Garfield Christmas [1988] [66 Pages]
    23] Hagar The Horrible And The Golden Maiden [1989-reprint]
    24] Hagar The Horrible-Hagar In England [1978] [Egmont]
    25] Hotspur 0119 [1962-01-27] Free Gift – The Air Fights of Flyer Hart
    26] Jingles 594 (1950-05-13)
    27] Robert Nixon [new information on artist] [Text File]
    28] Steve Bell [new information on artist] [Text File]
    29] Steve Bright [new information on artist] [Text File]
    30] Terry Bave [new information on artist] [Text File]
    31] The Leopard From Lime Street [Updated – Compiled By Andy June 28th 2018]
    32] The Topper 0396 [1960-09-03]
    33] The Topper 0397 [1960-09-10]
    34] The Topper 0600 [1964-08-01]
    35] Tiger 0253 [1959-08-29] [24 Pages]
    36] Tiger 0675 [1967-09-30] [40 Pages]
    37] Tiger 0676 [1967-10-07] [40 Pages]
    38] Tiger 0677 [1967-10-14] [40 Pages]
    39] Tiger 0706 [1968-05-04] [40 Pages]
    40] Tiger 0707 [1968-05-11] [40 Pages]
    41] Tiger 0708 [1968-05-18] [36 Pages]
    42] Tiger 0710 (1968-06-01] [36 Pages]
    43] Tiger 0714 [1968-06-29] [36 Pages]
    44] Tiger 0935 [1972-09-23] [32 Pages]
    45] Tiger 0940 [1972-10-28] [32 Pages]
    46] Tiger 0946 [1972-12-09] [32 Pages]
    47] Tiger 1004 [1974-01-19] [32 Pages]
    48] Tiger 1007 [1974-02-09] [32 Pages]
    49] Tiger 1333 [1980-07-05] [32 Pages]
    50] Tiger 1334 [1980-07-12] [32 Pages]
    51] Tom & Jerry 018 [1995-09] [36 Pages] [Fleetway Editions Ltd]
    52] Whoopee! 108 [1976-04-17] [32 Pages]

    13 are left to be uploaded from this list.


  6. Andy says:

    Boy’s Cinema was a weekly comic published by Amalgamated Press from 1919 to 1940.

    It focused on adaptations of films – Westerns being a favoured genre.

    During the course of its 1063 issues Boy’s Cinema absorbed Boys’ Broadcast, Screen Stories and Modern Boy before perishing in the midst of wartime paper rationing.


  7. Andy says:

    also uploading you these 3 :

    Boy’s Cinema 0990 [1938-12-03] [32 Pages] [The Amalgamated Press Ltd]
    Boy’s Cinema 1024 [1939-07-29] [28 Pages] [The Amalgamated Press Ltd]
    Boy’s Cinema 1048 [1940-01-13] [20 Pages] [The Amalgamated Press Ltd]


  8. Andy says:

    14 more uploads now ready. 24 to go. I am also preparing more.


  9. Andy says:

    Aanother seven more to upload, the following :

    The Bash Street Kids Summer Special 1994 [30 Pages] [D. C. Thomson]
    The Bash Street Kids Summer Special 1998 [32 Pages] [D. C. Thomson]
    The Bash Street Kids Summer Special 1999 [32 Pages] [D. C. Thomson]
    The Bash Street Kids Summer Special 2000 [32 Pages] [D. C. Thomson]

    The Beano – The First 50 Years Celebration Poster [1988] [D. C. Thomson]

    The Beano Book of Amazing Facts [1997] [93 Pages]

    The Beano Club Special [1999] [68 Pages]


  10. Andy says:

    altogether there is now 30 uploads left to come your way.


  11. Andy says:

    Aadding the total of various lists given to you, it is a total of 78 altogether. That means you already have 48 of them , with only 30 to go for now.


  12. Frank says:

    Aanyone seen my Cousin ”Nessie” The Loch Ness Monster ? She has gone missing again!


  13. Frank says:

    Ooo hay the Noo !


  14. Ian says:

    It is a Disaster ! Doodle Doo Doodle Dum !

    I am sure the Loch ness Monster must have run away when it heard Disaster Des Coming !


  15. Ian says:

    Talking of Disaster Des ! Do you have a Compilation of him yet ?

    Doodle Dum Doodle dee !


  16. Andy says:

    In addition to the nten remaining uploads left of the total of 78, I have another 6 uploading, so it brings total to 84.

    Coming September, you will have quite a lot of comics I guess, in addition to all this too.

    The more the merrier!

    The next 6 to upload are as follows :

    Dennis & Gnasher & Friends – Cartoon Capers [2000]

    Dennis & Gnasher’s Biggest Puzzle Book Ever! [2000] [386 Pages]

    The Bash Street Kids Summer Special 2002 [32 Pages] [D. C. Thomson]

    The Beezer 1355 [1982-01-02] [24 Pages]

    The Dandy 1520 [1971-01-09] [16 Pages]

    The Dandy 2414 [1988-02-27] [20 Pages] [plus gift]


  17. boutje777 says:

    Steve Ditko passed away.

    Steve Ditko


  18. Andy says:

    Archie Comics is an American comic book publisher known for its many series featuring the fictional teenage Archie Andrews, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Reggie Mantle and Forsythe Jughead Jones characters created by Bob Montana.

    All characters were based on people he knew in Haverhill, Massachusetts.


  19. Andy says:

    Just a small observation in looking at The vand The Beano under various – the Fun size dandy you have numbers 1-58 and the Fun nsize beano you have numbers 1-59.

    For the dandy fun size , I have also numbers 59-68, 70-86, 88-91, 93-152, 154-156, 158-168, 171-186, 193-212, 214-216, 220, 221, 224, 272, 281-324.

    For the beano fun size , I have also numbers 60-62, 64-72, 74-82, 85-172, 174-179, 181-210, 217, 218, 221, 222, 280, 289, 305-308.

    If you want them let me know. Then I will start preparing them for future uploads.


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, better wait a little because i am getting Beano’s from someone else allready, to prevend you will do unnecessary work.
      The Fun Size Dandy, i think i have up until 2000 #58 is the last one to complete it for the blog.


      • Andy says:

        Okay! Thanks for letting me know. I was not sure about numbering and dates, as I do not know where the date is shown for the issues of Fun size comics.

        I wait and look forward to see what surprises of Beano’s you be getting later on.


  20. Andy says:

    Just a small observation in looking at The vand The Beano under various

    should say instead

    Just a small observation in looking at The Dandy and The Beano under various


  21. Frank says:

    . . . You know that back in the 80’s when everyone concerned was with The Aerosal Cans . . .

    . . . It was actually the Cows and their Gases . . .

    which were actually doing the most damage to the Ozone Layer !


  22. Frank says:

    Here are some Space type Jokes :

    [1] Why wasn’t the Pub that the astronaut opened on the Moon a Sucess ?

    It had No Atmosphere !

    [2] What is the best thing in being in outer-space ?

    You never need to Vacuum ! That is because SPACE is a VACUUM ! There is no air and no carpets to clean !

    [3] What is the easiest way to see Flying Saucers ?

    Trip up the waiter !


  23. Frank says:

    A Astronomical News Report mentions :

    ”A CRAZED LUNATIC PSYCOPATHIC ALIEN has drilled a Hole through the Moon !

    He may Plan to CONKER [conquer] the Earth !


  24. Ian says:

    Remember Starlog magazine?

    Its first issue hit stands in August 1976, and it kicked off with a complete guide to the episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series and a behind the scenes look at The Bionic Woman.

    Starlog focused on science fiction and was released on a regular basis until 2009.

    The magazine covered a specific subset of entertainment, and it left a void that hasn’t quite been filled by any other print publication. Thankfully, we can revisit the glory days of Starlog via the Internet Archive.

    The archive is a non-profit group created to build an Internet library accessible to the general public. The site covers a wide range of topics in mediums such as text, moving images, audio, and even archived websites.

    You’ll find 224 issues of Starlog in the digital library’s halls, and it’s delightful to flip back through the past. They’ve been available for a while, and it’s worth checking them out to read about the making of movies like Blade Runner and other sci-fi classics. If nothing else, browse a few issues just to enjoy the tongue-in-cheek cartoons that appear throughout the pages.

    You can browse Starlog online, download a PDF, or get an e-reader file. All of the options are free, but you can make a donation to the Internet Archive if you’d like to help preserve the vast amounts of information on the website.


  25. Andy says:

    It is nice to see that you now also putting the Artists, writers and Editors of the British Comics on you Comic Blog website.

    I am sure there is plenty more yet to put. It gives a nice feel about the work behind the scenes.


  26. Andy says:

    Tom Paterson [Information of Artist].

    Now ready.

    SMYTHE REG Andy Capp [original artwork].

    Now ready.


  27. Andy says:

    Original Artwork by Tom Paterson.

    Now ready.


  28. Ian says:

    Frank told me this Joke :

    Why did the MEGABYTE lose its MEMORY when the SHEEP used the COMPUTER?

    Because there was no RAM!


  29. Andy says:

    Ian tried posting a complete list of more then 1000 newspaer comic strips for you, said received message error comment to long, so he gave me the List, and it is in Dropbox for you.

    Now ready.

    I am sure this will be useful for your newspaper blog.


  30. Andy says:

    Andy Capp

    The first UK Andy Capp book was issued in 1958. Thereafter, two per year were issued to 1979 inclusive, then one per year for 1980, 1981 and 1982. Then a strange thing happened – in 1982, when the landscape issue of No 46 was issued, so too was the magazine No 46 issued, with the same picture and the same comic strips ! There had only been one magazine prior to this, which was issued in 1981, un-numbered, and titled “This is your Life, Andy Capp”. These magazines then continued to No 51 in 1984 where the numbering finally ended. Also, in 1980 (for 1981), “bumper” annuals started titled “The World of Andy Capp” which continued one per year until the last issue in 1994 for 1995.

    In addition, Mirror Books released a smaller set of books in a series titled “Laugh Again with Andy Capp” subtitled ‘ A Daily Mirror Re-Capp’ starting in 1968 for 23 issues, the last being published in 1980. The final book, No 23, had a different title of ‘Presenting Andy Capp’ and only subtitled as ‘Laugh Again with Andy Capp No 23’
    Ravette Books published some colour books, two in 1992 and two in 1993.

    A series of Andy Capp books started in 2004 by David and Charles Books which lasted for three years.

    In 2014 Pedigree Books issued an Andy Capp Yearbook 2015 along with their regular release of annuals for 2015.


  31. Andy says:

    It is nice to see The new column of Hall of Fame of Artists added to the blog.

    It is nice to see that you now also putting the Artists, writers and Editors of the British Comics on you Comic Blog website.

    I am sure there is plenty more yet to put. It gives a nice feel about the work behind the scenes.

    So far I noticed you put 24.

    I am sure there be a lot more coming in days to come.


  32. Frank says:

    Andy Capp staggers at 3am in the morning to an apartment building and starts ringing the intercom bells.

    At the first bell he pushes, a Lady answers : ”What do you want?”

    Andy Capp asks: ”Is your Husband home?”

    She replies: ”Yes! Go away. It is 3am in the morning.”

    Andy Capp then pushes another button. Another Lady answers: ”Wwhat do you want?”

    Andy Capp asks: ”Is your Husband home?”

    She says: ”Yes! Go away you swtupid man, it is 3am in the morning!”

    Andy Capp then pushes another bell. woman replies: ”What do you want at 3am in the morning?”

    Andy Capp asks: ”Is your Husband home?”

    Flo replies: ”No!”

    Andy Capp then says; ”Can you come downstairs, to see if it is me?”


  33. Andy says:

    The following Artists and their information about them are now ready for you.

    Alex Cubie [artist]

    Alfred Bestall [artist]

    Bill Titcombe [artist]

    Frank Hampson [artist]

    Jim Turnbull [artist]

    John Harrold [artist]

    Mary Tourtel [artist]

    Paul Trevillion [artist]

    Philip Townsend [artist]

    Ron Turner [artist]

    Stuart Trotter [artist]


    • boutje777 says:

      Although Rupert Bear is not really a comic it’s good to read about Mary Tourtel.
      I think comics are mainly a man’s business, just like much in society, but that’s another subject. Even titles ment for girls are mostly made by man, i think that’s a pity.


  34. Andy says:

    Disney Mirror 051 (15-02-1992)
    Disney Mirror 052 (22-02-1992)
    Disney Mirror 053 (29-02-1992)
    Disney Mirror 054 (07-03-1992)
    Disney Mirror 055 (14-03-1992)
    Disney Mirror 058 (04-04-1992)

    are now ready for you


  35. Andy says:

    Disney Mirror 045 (04-01-1992)
    Disney Mirror 056 (21-03-1992)

    are now ready for you


  36. Andy says:

    Disney Mirror 41-46, 51-58

    now ready for you


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, perhaps it’s better to wait a little or first check with me if i allready have what you plan to upload or else you will do all you’re uploading work for no cause. Because all the Disney Mirrors i allready have, waiting for the update after summerbreak. Almost 2000 allready so the chances are that i have issues what you want to upload allready.


  37. Andy says:

    Thanks for telling me.

    Some new information for you as respects to the Enid Blyton’s Adventure Magazine, although there were 17 issues, starting with pilot issue # 0 – 16, there were also 4 Enid Blyton’s Magazine Annuals from 1954-1957.


  38. Andy says:

    Enid Blyton Information (1897–1968)

    now ready for you in dropbox.


  39. Andy says:

    So far you have uploaded 39 Artists to your blog.

    It is very good dedicated a place for them.

    I think your the only Comic blog that has done this.

    This makes your blog more special now.


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, i think it’s a good thing to have artistinformation also, thanks for the suggestion.


      • Andy says:

        your welcome! I have plenty ideas. I think another good page is to show the different Gifts from various Comics. What do you think?


        • boutje777 says:

          Perhaps something for the future. After summerbreak i’m gonna focus on the updates of all my blogs, after that replacing all Adrive links for better links and reorganize pages like the Beano and the Dandy.


  40. Andy says:

    So far you have uploaded 47 Artists to your blog.

    Still counting.

    There really is a lot of Artists of the British Comics, although of various nationalities.

    There are more yet to come, preparing more for you.

    When ready, I will let you know as usual!


  41. Andy says:

    The following Artists and their information about them are now ready for you.

    Brian Moncrieff Lewis [Artist]

    Donald Southam Lawrence [Artist]

    Ian Kennedy [Artist]

    J. F. Sullivan (1852-1936) [Artist]

    John Cooper [Artist]

    Kenneth Norman Lilly [Artist]

    Malcolm Judge [Artist]

    Nigel Kitching [Artist]

    Peter Jackson (artist)

    Richard E. Jennings [Artist]

    Tom Kerr [Artist]


  42. Andy says:

    So far you have uploaded 57 Artists to your blog.

    Still counting


  43. Andy says:

    on behalf of my friend Jim, it had a problem to post you this following message ;

    Checking your newspaper blog sometime ago, I noticed this will be a blog to help you with keeping in mind, anything before 2000 up to that year.

    I have the following Newspaper collections for you as listed :

    [1] Hagar The Horrible [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1996-2000 [complete]

    [2] Marmaduke [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1996-2000 [not totally complete, but most]

    [3] Popeye [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1996-2000 [complete]

    [4] Slylock Fox – Comics For Kids [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1996-2000 [complete]

    [5] Baby Blues [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1999, 2000 [complete]

    I do believe these are not on your Newspaper blog. If you would like them, it will my pleasure to upload them to you.

    Jim Davis


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks, they would be nice on the Newspaper Blog indeed. But take your time, i am not in a hurry.


      • andy says:

        Okay! They are already prepared. Now just to upload them. When they are ready, I will tell you.

        As for future Newspaper Strips, I will ask again first, just to be sure what is needed. I will list them again first, so you can know what is available again.


      • andy says:

        Also have the following book printed in 1987 The World of Andy Capp Bumper Issue [196 Pages] [Mirror Publications Ltd]

        I do believe you do not have this one.


  44. Andy says:

    He has past them ove to me to put in dropbox to help your worthy cause of newspaper blog.

    He has really a lot of others too.

    From time to time we all want to help you with this blog to get most of the newspaper strips.


  45. Jim says:

    I have the following Newspaper collections for you as listed :

    [1] The Better Half [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1997-2000 [complete]

    [2] Apartment 3-G [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1997-2000 [complete]

    [3] Blondie [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1996-2000 [complete]

    [4] Funky Winkerbean [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1996-2000 [complete]

    [5] Luann [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1985-2000 [complete]

    [6] Rex Morgan [Newspaper Strips] for the years 1996-2000 [complete]

    [7] Out Our Way [Newspaper Strips] for the year1926 [complete]

    If you want them, after preparation, will pass them to Andy to upload you,



  46. Andy says:

    The Complete Collection of Calvin and Hobbes was from 18th November 1985 until 31st December 1995 as a newspaper comic strip.

    I got fortunate and found the whole collection very easy.

    I am uploading it to you.

    Or if you click on this link and look at bottom of page in small print it tell you can download the whole collection.

    It is very interesting when you open it it.

    It gives folders by years, then when you open individual folder of you, it has numbers which represents each month, for example if you select 2 it represents february, then when that folder is open all the strips are there for that month.

    Neat! Cool!


  47. Andy says:

    The following list of Newspaper Strips are also to be uploaded:

    [1] Andy Capp (2000)

    [2] Baby Blues (1996)

    [3] Baby Blues (1997)

    [4] Baby Blues (1998)

    [5] Calvin and Hobbes [1985-11-18 ~ 1995-012-31] [complete collection]

    [6] Out Our Way [1935]

    [7] Rex Morgan (1998)

    [8] Rex Morgan (1999)

    [9] Rex Morgan (2000)

    This time they are from Andy and Ian


  48. Andy says:

    So far you have uploaded 73 Artists to your blog.

    Still counting


  49. Andy says:

    The following list of Newspaper Strips are also to be uploaded:

    [1] Adam @ Home [2000]

    [2] Arlo and Janis (2000)

    [3] Luann [1993-1995, 1997-2000]

    Also this Comic:

    Giant Batman Annual 1 [First Collection Ever Published! – Replica Edition 1999 – Originally published in 1961] [86 Pages] [Dc Comics]


  50. Andy says:

    So far you have uploaded 78 Artists to your blog.

    Still counting


  51. Andy says:

    The following to be uploaded :

    Giles 006 [1952] [130 Pages] [Daily Express] [UK]

    Giles 016 [1962] [130 Pages]

    Giles 029 [1975] [130 Pages]

    Giles 030 [1976] [129 Pages]

    Giles 033 [1979] [130 Pages]

    Giles 036 [1982] [129 Pages]

    Giles 041 [1987] [132 Pages]


  52. Andy says:

    The following to be uploaded :

    Giles 025 [1970] [130 Pages]

    Giles 034 [1980] [128 Pages]

    Giles 045 [1991] [129 Pages]

    Giles 047 [1993] [113 Pages]

    Giles 048 [1994] [114 Pages]

    Giles 049 [1995] [114 Pages]

    Giles 053 [1999] [162 Pages]


  53. Andy says:

    The following to be uploaded :

    Adam@Home [1996]

    Adam@Home [1997]

    Adam@Home [1998]

    Adam@Home [1999]

    Adam@Home [2000] [updated – Complete strips]


  54. Andy says:

    The following to be uploaded :

    Foxtrot (1996)

    Foxtrot (1997)

    Foxtrot (1998)

    Foxtrot (1999)

    Foxtrot (2000)

    Out Our Way [1922]

    Peanuts (2000)

    Wizard of Id [1964]

    Also Books :

    [1969] Wizard of Id-The King Is A Fink [130 Pages]

    [1973] Wizard of Id-The Wizard’s Back [128 Pages]

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  55. Andy says:

    So far you have uploaded 79 Artists to your blog.

    Still counting


  56. Andy says:

    The following to be uploaded :

    Crock (1996)

    Crock 1997)

    Crock (1998)

    Crock (1999)

    Crock (2000)

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  57. Andy says:

    Blondie [1945]

    to be uploaded


    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks for all the newspaperstrips you uploaded the last days.


      • Andy says:

        your welcome!

        there is still plenty more yet to come.

        The following are to be uploaded too :

        The Duplex (1996)

        The Duplex (1997)

        The Duplex (1998)

        The Duplex (2000)


        • Douglas Laird says:

          ANDY – Leopard from Lime Street cover mentions a text document and date numbering guide

          – can i have a link to these please if you have them –

          thank you for your contribution to preserving history of British Comics


          • Andy says:

            It is inside the download file. Check again. One is a text document expolaining about the leopard from lime street. Another is a date and numbering guide which can be read as Office calc. I am having problems at moment with my pc and cannot upload anything at moment.


            • boutje777 says:

              I am afraid i took it out because you can’t view textfiles with comicreaders, at least that’s what i think.

              Here is the guide.

              Download Leopard


              • Douglas Laird says:

                Thanks so much for your time and trouble got the numbering guide – hopefully Andy can cut and paste word doc element – This compilation is an absolute masterclass and stands up well against the 2000AD publication


  58. Frank says:

    Here are some ET Jokes :

    [1] What do you call a fat ET?

    An extra-cholesterol!

    [2] What does ET stand for?

    Because he can’t sit!

    [3] Why did ET get a shock?

    He received the phone bill!

    [4] What did ET’s mother say when he got home?

    Where on Earth have you been?


  59. Frank says:

    Here are some Martian and Alien Jokes :

    [1] What happens when MARTIANS hold a Beauty Contest?

    Nobody Wins!

    [2] ‘Doctor, doctor, I keep seeing green MARTIANS in front of my eyes!’

    ‘Have you seen a Psychiatrist?’

    ‘No, just green MARTIANS!’


  60. frank says:

    Here are some Star Wars type Jokes:

    [1] What do you get if you cross R2-D2 with C3PO?

    Androidful Mess!
    (A dreadful)

    [2] Who was R2-D2’s Father?


    [3] Who cleans Hans Solo’s boots?


    [4] What Space film was Dracula in?

    The Vampire Strikes Back!

    [5] Why did Darth Vader turn down Streaky Bacon at the butchers?

    Because the Empire likes Back!

    [6] DARTH VADER: ‘Someone recently gave you a gift Luke Skywalker, and I know what it is!’

    LUKE SKYWALKER: ‘How is that possible? I have not even open the wrapper yet!’

    DARTH VADER: ‘I feel your PRESENCE (presents)!’


  61. Jeff Lehmann says:

    Could anybody please upload the full Street Hawk comic strip run from Look-in magazines (March 1985 to October ’85?)


  62. Stewart says:


    Here’s the final Billy the Cat compilation I’ve done to add to the wonderful page you set up at

    Billy the Cat Archives Vol 9





  63. Termineur says:

    Fabulous site… wonderful work, and so useful because
    ► the life of a mag is way too short
    ► brit mags are overwhelmed by US ones.

    Just a rem : the century ended at 12pm, Dec 31, 2000 !
    (not 1999, since a century is 100 yrs, not 99 ☺☺☺)
    So there are some more missing issues !!! ☺☺☺☺☺☺


  64. gokseledu says:

    Hello, I am looking for a series of comics published in 1937-1938. The series is a translated one, yet the name of the original one was not given. Despite my efforts, I could not find the series. Could you help me find the original one?
    Here is the link for the translated version:


  65. Rob says:

    What an excellent site. Powered no doubt by true comic collectors.

    I was interested in a scan of issue 539 if anyone out there has it plus any other the early sixties Holiday specials. I will look to put some of my scans up in return.


  66. leegs says:

    Hello Rob,

    For which title do you need the issue for?


    • Rob Nicholls says:

      TV comic is the comic book in question. Apooogies as i had originally posted it on thecTVComic page but was advised to post it here. My apologies!


  67. leegs says:

    Just the 2 page Supercar from that issue has been scanned.

    The Holiday Specials for 1964,1966 and 1969 are already been posted here.

    Here is the Holiday Special for 1963


  68. Rob Nicholls says:

    Hi Phil i have that issue so can put it on the site once i know how to do it. It was also reprinted in Dr Who Classics -in fact all the first Dr Who stories drawn by Neville Main but they have bren coloured


  69. Moreau says:

    Following the suggestion to post this to the main page (originally posted on the comics listing page):

    Another for the list: The Bog Paper (Marvel UK, 1989)

    With the standard UK comics market faltering in the late 1980s, seeing many long running titles coming to an end, various UK publishers began looking for an alternative audience. The success of Viz, a humour magazine aimed at older teens / young adults, with anarchic and much ruder (or, some would say, cruder) strips and characters, prompted a slew of imitators trying to capture the same zeitgeist. Fleetway experimented with the likes of Oink, and a few years later Marvel UK made a similar attempt with Bog Paper. As the name suggests, all the strips literally involved a level of toilet humour, with parody characters such as Flush Gordon (a superhero who emerges from a lavatory) and Doctor Phoo (a Doctor Who-like character who travels through time in his TURDIS, a time-space craft disguised as a back garden toilet, accompanied by his pet robot, WC1, a toilet-based riff on K-9). Perhaps unsurprisingly, it only lasted eleven issues before being cancelled.


  70. Moreau says:

    A couple more unusual requests to put out there, in the hope that someone can provide scans.

    Sufferin’ Satellites, published 1996-1998. I’m most especially interested in the story Broken Mirror, which featured Dan Dare in the world of Judge Dredd. Not sure which issue(s) that might have been in – or, indeed, how many issues Sufferin’ Satellites had.

    Paper Empire #2, a small press title notable for the appearance of Alan Moore creation Captain Empire. The other three installments of that strip are up on Comic Book Plus, but not that one.


    • paw broon says:

      Re. Paper Empire/Captain Empire, Dom Regan didn’t have #2 – I asked him about it at a recent con. I’m pretty sure that Captain Empire is Dom’s creation, unless young master Coyle had a hand in it. Doubt it though.
      I scanned the issues from my own copies for CB+, with Dom’s permission.


      • Moreau says:

        Hi Steve. I thought that since Captain Empire first appeared in Captain Britain’s strip, that he was a creation of Alan Moore and Alan Davis, which isn’t to take anything away from Dom Regan’s developing the character into more than a mere throwaway cameo character. I actually knew you’d scanned them for CB+, because you originally scanned them for me first. I was / am hoping that by putting out a request, it might result in someone surfacing with a copy of the elusive #2.


        • paw broon says:

          Moreau, of course, you’re right. Obvious, isn’t it, and that’s apart from the acknowledgement in #3. I may have mentioned my failing memory and the fact that I can’t seem to stop aging. Dom must have been on top of the character sharpish as the illo. in back of P.E. #1 is dated Sept. ’84.
          A tiny wee hint here, eh? My memory is letting me down again. And I did scan them for a couple of folk. I know I’m going to kick myself.
          It would be excellent if someone could come up with a copy. Fingers, toes etc. crossed.
          Not a clue about Sufferin’ Satellites. Sorry.


  71. shinji_eas says:

    Hellos, I searching for a link to The Vigilant, recently published by 2000 AD, with a revival of the old Fleetway characters. Thx U.


  72. Headgerow Treasure says:

    Not quite sure what’s happening. None of my messages are appearing.


  73. Headgerow Treasure says:

    Ah! something seems to be working now!
    So, I’ll try again. 3rd time lucky maybe!

    1. I love all the work you’re all doing. Amazing stuff. So many memories. Thank you.
    2. Does anybody have a complete scan of Ghost Special No. 2 from the mid-70s featuring IPC-style cartoon strips Sammy The Spook, Ghostly Guardians as well as stuff about Borley Rectory and The Amazing Mr.Blunden? I’ve been hunting it for years!


  74. boutje777 says:

    My summerbreak is over and i continue doing the usual things for the blogs.
    First thing to do is updating this blog. It will be a large update, i did some work in advance but still alot to do, so i am hoping to have it ready halfway next month.
    Everyone can share what they want again if they like, i will collect all but will keep them for the update after the next update to prevend mixups with the planned update.

    After that i begin with the updates for the other blogs.

    Also the new pulp and old magazinesblog i hope to have ready for the opening somewhere next month.

    I have a todolist which will keep me busy for at least the rest of the year.
    Priorities are :
    Reorganizing some pages like Beano, Dandy, Smash just like i did with Tiger and some others, and rename them with only the dates.
    Updating the Compilationsblog with new compilations that i allready had finished.
    Making compilations with Christmasthemes, like Christmas with the Dandy, Christmas with the Beano and other titles, perhaps make some for characters if there are enough related stories, like Christmas with the Bash Street Kids.

    Well, that’s all for now folks.

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  75. Jacko says:

    Although Score n Roar is listed as complete, I have a query about Score n Roar issue #11 (1970-11-28).

    Up until Score n Roar issue #19 ‘Nipper’ was a 3-page story.
    However in issue #11 ‘Nipper’ only has 2 pages and the first page of the ‘Lord Rumsey’s Rovers story has been scanned twice.

    I am wondering whether there is a missing page from the ‘Nipper’ story in issue #11.
    Is anyone able to confirm this and, if I am right, is anyone able to help with a correctly scanned issue #11. Thanks in advance.


  76. Jacko says:

    I have managed to find the following issues of Scorcher which still appear to be missing. These are:

    137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 144, 147, 148, 150, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 177, 178, 194

    Could you tell me whether you already have these for your next update or are they still needed. If needed shall I place them on the main frontpage or the Scorcher page.


  77. Jacko says:

    An update on the issues of Scorcher I believe are still missing. These are:

    153, 154, 157, 158, 159, 165, 167,
    209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 219, 220, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 239, 241, 242, 245.

    [30 Issues]


  78. Jacko says:

    Scorcher plea.

    For the completists out there (I’m one of them), I am still trying to track down a complete 32 page issue of Scorcher 064 [1971-03-27]. The current issue on the Scorcher page is incomplete – 2nd page (p15) of ‘The Amazing Strollers’ story is missing.

    Also, Scorcher 151 [1972-11-25] and Scorcher 246 [1974-09-21] are slightly damaged – both have a torn edge on p31.

    I would like to replace these incomplete/damaged issues of Scorcher if possible. Can anybody help.


  79. boutje777 says:

    I think i will make a new entry on my todo list.
    Place all Picture Library titles in a separate spot right below More Comics.
    That should be not to timeconsuming, just copy and paste the links for these titles into the new widget, i came to that idea because in the new update will be quite a few new library’s.

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  80. RH says:

    Would it be possible to put the pages of Scorcher in the correct order?


  81. Tom says:

    Like the Picture Libraries section. Good work


  82. I have begun scanning the missing issues of Whoopee from 1977. Here are the first six:!mbhGFaKa!aIYznMSTOlTN2HVB-yAIUQ


  83. boutje777 says:

    Anyone with interest can take a look at my new Pulp blog, it’s so far ready with uploading covers, layout, title widgets and other things. But i am working on the actual downloads, so many links for the magazines are not working right now except for the Army and War section. I will upload every day as much as i can and hoping to have everything in order at the end of the month.


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  84. Simon says:

    Hi there. I have your missing three issues of the BEEB junior magazine (2, 5 & 14) scanned into PDF. Would you like these? I assume so! Let me know where to send them.


  85. boutje777 says:

    UPDATE 11-09-2018

    Thanks to the following contibutors:

    Mr. Tweedy
    Prasanna MR

    When i forgot someone, please let me know.

    Acne (31) – New Title
    Action 21 (10) – New Title
    Action Picture Library 16
    Air Ace Picture Library (3)
    All Fun (11) – New Title
    Apocalypse Presents (4) – New Title
    Astounding Stories (22)
    Bananaman (3)
    Beano (254)
    Beezer (17)
    Big One (5) – New Title
    Bimbo (10)
    Blakes 7 (4)
    Bobo Bunny (4) – New Title
    Buster (2)
    Buster Adventure Library (17) – New Title
    BVC (5) – New Title
    Captain America (2)
    Century 21 (5) – New Title
    Cheekly Weekly (1)
    Chiller Pocket Book (17) – New Title
    Classics from the comics (41)
    Combat Picture Library (27) – New Title
    Comet (1)
    Commando (5)
    Cor! (1)
    Cowboy Picture Library (3) – New Title
    Creepy Worlds (1)
    Dandy (751)
    Debbie (2)
    Dennis the menace (2)
    Disney Mirror (26)
    Disneyland (1)
    Eagle 1st and 2nd serie (25)
    Express Weekly (6)
    Film Fun (32)
    Finding Out (9) – New Title
    Fleetway Super Library (5)
    Frogman Comics (1)
    Funny Fortnightly (12) – New Title
    Garfield (1)
    Gemini 2000 Picture Library (2)
    Gulf Funny Weekly (4)
    Hanna Barberas Funtime (5) – New Title
    He-Man Adventure (3) – New Title
    Hotspur (1) in 1-348
    Huckleberry Hound (2)
    Hulk (19)
    Jack and Jill (27)
    Jackpot (2)
    Journey Into Nightmare (3) – New Title
    Judge Dredd (21)
    Jungle Comics (5) – New Title
    Just Dennis (5) – New Title
    Kaanga Comics (3) – New Title
    Knockout Amalgamated Press (2)
    Knockout IPC (1)
    Legend Horror Classics (5) – New Title
    Load Runner (4) – New Title
    Look Alive (5) – New Title
    Look and Learn (22)
    Mad (10) – New Title
    Marvel Comic (1)
    Marvel Family (1)
    Marvelman (6)
    Mask (1)
    Mickey Mouse (3)
    Nightmare Suspense Picture Library (3) – New Title
    Pancho Villa (1)
    Playhour (1)
    Playland (8) – New Title
    Pocket Chiller Library (11)
    Princess (29) – New Title
    Rainbow (7) – New Title
    Robin (8) – New Title
    Roy of the Rovers (12)
    Schoolgirls Picture Library (3)
    Scorcher (22)
    Secret Service Series (3) – New Title
    SIG (20) – New Title
    Sinister Tales (16)
    Smash! (59)
    Space Comics (6) – New Title
    Spider-Man (16)
    Star Wars (1)
    Stingray (1)
    Sun (1)
    Super Detective Library (3)
    Tales Of Terror picture library (5) – New Title
    Tarzan (39)
    Teddy Bear (40) – New Title
    Thriller Comics (13) – New Title
    Thunderbirds (2)
    Tiger Sports Library (10) – New Title
    Tit Bits Science Fiction Comics (6) – New Title
    Tom and Jerry (11) – New Title
    Top Secret Picture Library (11)
    Top Three Adventure Picture Library (4) – New Title
    Topper (3)
    True Life Library (7) – New Title
    TV Comic (49)
    TV Tornado (1)
    Valiant Picture Library (1)
    War At Sea Picture Library (16)
    War Picture Library (3)
    Weird Planets (7) – New Title
    Western Adventure Library (5) – New Title
    Whizzer and Chips (2)
    Whoopie (4)
    Wild West Picture Library (20)
    World Adventure Library (2)
    X-Men (10)
    Yogi Bear (3)
    Young Marvelman (2)

    Various (98)
    Various Picture Libraries (29)

    Beano has a new page for the new updates (Update)
    Dandy has 2 new pages for the new updates (Dandy Update 1 and 2)

    The reason is that these 2 titles are going to be reorganized in the near future.

    The various comics has a new page (Various 2) because there are many new various ones.

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  86. boutje777 says:

    I am still working on the blog Pulp and old Magazines, most links from Army and War until Men’s and adult are working now, i am working my way down and hoping to have everything ready at the end of the month.


    Liked by 1 person

  87. Nathan Christopher Thor says:

    There was a comic Grant, Bisley, and Wagner (some of the guys from 2000ad) did in the 90s called The Dirty Dog, aka Sh*t 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 Sh*t 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.


  88. Jacko says:

    I recently queried whether Score n Roar issue 11 (1970-11-28) was incomplete because it appeared that one of the pages from the ‘Nipper’ story was missing.

    Nipper from Score n Roar/Scorcher/Tiger appears to have been popular in Croatia. I have found a compilation of early Nipper stories from Score n Roar, however, it is in Croatian. I have extracted 3 pages (p26-28) from this Croatian compilation (see link below) to show that Nipper from Score n Roar #11 is incomplete – the middle page of the 3 page story is definitely missing from this issue of Score n Roar. The missing page from Score n Roar 11 starts half way down the first page of the extract and finishes half way down the second page of the extract. Therefore, the existing copy of Score n Roar 11 needs to be replaced with a completed copy.


  89. Anonymous says:

    Well done! Like I say in the past Nipper is a great storyline. I hope in a complete run of Nipper in the compilation section. Written by an English, pencilled by an Argentinian, loved by the Croats and Serbs too. What a story!


  90. boutje777 says:

    Most of my other blogs have been updated today. You can see which titles at the front page when the blog is updated.


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