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The Dandy, The Beano, and Comic Cuts, are all British, although in modern times British comics have been largely superseded by American comic books and Japanese manga.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

Wikipedia

 

 

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  1. boutje777 says:

    I am finished with Tiger the 80’s, the page can be visited from now on.
    Only have to do a page for the Annuals and Specials.

    I will leave the original page open for awhile so everyone can download
    the individual issues that they need from the comments section.

    ==========================================
    I like to say a big thanks to Leemcdaid, who provided
    us the last weeks with about 600 Tiger’s.
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    And thanks offcourse to all scanners and original uploaders.

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  2. Ian says:

    Compilation – Cheeky’s Cut-out Comedy Catalogue [Cheeky Weekly],
    Compilation – Disaster Des [Cheeky Weekly],
    Compilation – Elephant On The Run [Cheeky Weekly],

    all by Andy being uploaded.

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  3. Ian says:

    Ian says:
    April 13, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    Nice to see the reorginized Tigers. You really doing a great job as usual.

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  4. Ian says:

    Something when wrong with the message, I guess it is the Curse of Disaster Des,

    Doodle doo doodle dum, friday the 13th, Doodle doo doodle dum.

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  5. boutje777 says:

    Just finished the last page from Tiger for the Annuals and Specials.

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  6. Ian says:

    Compilation – Cheeky’s Cut-out Comedy Catalogue [Cheeky Weekly],
    Compilation – Disaster Des [Cheeky Weekly],
    Compilation – Elephant On The Run [Cheeky Weekly],

    all by Andy are now ready.

    Good news, Andy came out of Comma yesterday, he feels very tired, exhausted
    and really hungry. We all giving him moral support, he was happy to hear about all
    the Compilations Uploaded. He looks forward to check your block in a couple of weeks,
    when hopefully he feel more relaxed by then.

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  7. Ian says:

    I mean blog, not blocked. Disaster Des at work again. Doodle doo doodle dum.

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  8. Ian says:

    And now Tiger is done, I guess you will do something with Lion of course.

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  9. Ian says:

    Excellent job in how you reorginized Tiger by decades. It is more easier, by dates then numbers.

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    • boutje777 says:

      That’s what i was thinking, i am going to date all issues for Lion also first. That way it’s much easier for me with making compilations, for instance i want to make a Christmas Compilation from the British comics with Christmas stories only. That way i only have to select the december issues otherwise i have to check the numbers constantly.

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  10. Ian says:

    Compilation – Mystery Boy [Cheeky Weekly],
    Compilation – Stage School [Cheeky Weekly],
    Compilation – The Gang [Cheeky Weekly],

    all by Andy Uploading

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  11. Ian says:

    Compilation – Mystery Boy [Cheeky Weekly],
    Compilation – Stage School [Cheeky Weekly],

    by Andy now ready

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  12. Ian says:

    Compilation – The Gang [Cheeky Weekly] by Andy now ready.

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  13. Frank says:

    Andy is feeling a bit better today. He says Hi. Likes what you did with Tiger.

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  14. boutje777 says:

    I was working to reorganize Nutty because it was complete, but i noticed i overlooked a missing issue, number 86. If someone can help me with that issue i can complete it still and will be very happy.

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  15. Ian says:

    Disaster Des has been doing his Doodle doo doodle dum, and mess up Franks Dropbox, so I upload it instead. So your Nutty 86 is now ready, with compliments from Andy.

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  16. Ian says:

    However, small observation, some comics of Nutty are not complete. Numbers 66, 92, 149, 186, 252, and 266 have pages missing. Each Nutty Comic should be 24 pages.
    Aapart from these numbers, the rest of your collection, as well as Andy all have 24 pages, except those few.

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  17. Ian says:

    It is the curse of Disaster Des, doodle doo doodle dum.

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  18. boutje777 says:

    I reorganized the page for Nutty because this title is complete.

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  19. boutje777 says:

    Does someone know a filerenaming program that can work with date of publishing.
    For instance i have a complete run Lion 874-1136 and i want to rename this 1969-01-04 until 1974–05-18.
    The closest i found was a script for comicrack but this one only goes with an interval of half a month, and i want one with an interval of 1 week. That would save alot of time because i have to do each issue by hand now.

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    • leemcdaid says:

      I use “Bulk Rename Utility”

      http://www.bulkrenameutility.co.uk/Main_Intro.php

      I’m not sure if it can do what you want … but it is a fantastic tool for renaming files in general.

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      • boutje777 says:

        Thanks, yes that one i use frequently and also Winsome filerenamer, but both programs can’t do what i want with the dates.

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        • Frank says:

          BatchRename 2 – http://foryoursoft.com/batchren2.htm

          Rename files in the same or different paths with rules you have created. You can add as many rules as you like and change the sequence. You can preview the results before you decide to rename the files. The program has ondo functionality, and you can generate log files.

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        • Frank says:

          Easy Rename – http://www.axistek.com

          With this utility you can rename groups of your files. You can change file names to lower, upper or large case, insert text and numbering, replace substrings, and replace characters.

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        • Frank says:

          A.F.5 Rename your files – http://www.fauland.com/

          This allows you to rename several files. You can add prefixes and suffixes to your file names, replace strings, change extension types, convert file names to uppercase or lowercase, add file attributes, and import file names from text files. The program provides comprehensive online help and examples that explain how to use the rename functions. Drag-and-drop functions are supported, and you can save your favorite rename settings.

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        • Frank says:

          Quick File Rename – http://www.skyjuicesoftware.com

          This is a batch file and folder renaming utility that includes undo, real-time preview, instant rename by dragging and dropping files, a built in folder browser to browse drives and folders over local as well as network drives, DOS 8.3 file conversion, file rename using wild cards and file masking to filter files. It allows you to prefix or postfix characters, replace characters, change name cases, update time stamps, MP3 smart rename, enumeration, illegal character filtering and MP3 ID3 v1 tagg…

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    • Frank says:

      ReNamer

      ReNamer is a very powerful and flexible file renaming tool, which offers all the standard renaming procedures, including prefixes, suffixes, replacements, case changes, as well as removing contents of brackets, adding number sequences, changing file extensions, etc. For advanced users there is support for Regular Expressions and a PascalScript rule, which lets users program their very own renaming rule. Program allows you to combine multiple renaming actions as a rule set, applying each action in a logical sequence, which can be saved, loaded, and managed within the program. In addition, it has an ability to rename folders, process regular expressions, Unicode capable, and supports variety of meta tags, such as: ID3v1, ID3v2, EXIF, OLE, AVI, MD5, CRC32, and SHA1.

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      • boutje777 says:

        Thanks for these all, but none can do what i want onfortunately.
        I want issues with numbering changed into the date they were published, weekly, and take into account that there are months with 30 and 31 days, february 28 or even 29 days each 4 year.
        I think you have to make yourself a script that can do that with a command, but i’m not that good in programming. I guess i have to do the namechanging from numbering to date by hand 1 by 1.

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        • Frank says:

          Well, that is what Andy does with the date and numbering guides, he does it one by one by hand. It is not easy.

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          • boutje777 says:

            Serious ? But with excel it’s easy to make a list with sequential dates with the fill handle or command, and this program takes everything in account with the sequence.
            You just have to check and delete the dates that there were no issues published due to strikes or whatever reason.
            Onfortunately Excel can’t rename files outside the program itself, just make textlists.

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            • Cpt_Swing says:

              Hye boutje777
              Dis you have python ??

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              • boutje777 says:

                Thanks for the comment, no i don’t, but i know nothing about programming so it’s not much use for me.

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                • Cpt_Swing says:

                  I have a python script that do the job ( tested on my lion directory)
                  All you need is a csv file (date number related) and python installed
                  Just tell me if you ‘re interessed , by the way no need to be a geek to launch a script

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                  • boutje777 says:

                    Thanks, but i am afraid the csv files are the problem, most cbr or cbz don’t have the csv file in it. Isn’t it so that every issue must have one for the script ? That way i have to make one for every issue or check it’s allready in it.

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        • Frank says:

          Ian says that it is the curse of Disaster Des at work, then he hummed Doodle doo doodle dum. Ha ha!

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    • Frank says:

      Do you have date and numbering guide for Lion ? I believe Andy had prepared
      one before. If you do not have let me know. I will mention it to Andy, then we can upload you, to help you with the Lions.

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      • boutje777 says:

        Yes, thanks, i have that guide and i am finished renaming them with the dates. Will upload the rest tonight when i am asleep, and possibly finish reorganizing tomorrow.

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  20. boutje777 says:

    I reorganized both pages for Whizzer and Chips.
    Not because it’s complete, but it became a bit unclear.

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  21. krym says:

    Thank You very, very much for that site- it gives me a great opportunity for improving my english in quaite easy and nic way 😉

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  22. Andy says:

    Hi, I am back! I had not been to well for awhile. Had been in comma for 12 days. I feel
    exhausted. But it is good to hear and see the improvements that you had made to your blog, tiger, whizzer and chips. It is better with dates as a guide in order. Is easier to check with date and numbering guides. I am also glad that Frank and Ian had filled in for me.
    When is your next update due?

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  23. Andy says:

    Thank you for putting the 22 compilations from Cheeky Weekly and the updated version of the Leopard from Lime Street.from Buster.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks for these, that looks to be a curious comic.

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      • leemcdaid says:

        “Panto Pranks” was a one off as far as I can ascertain.. just this one issue published.

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        • paw broon says:

          Panto Pranks was one of the comics published by Hotspur Publishing Company of Manchester. It was a one off. Hotspur published a few other comics. The ones I’m sure about are, Prang Comic with the superhero, Maxwell the Mighty, and Secret Service Series with art by Bob Wilkin.
          Panto Pranks is notable for featuring art by Denis Gifford.

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  24. Ian says:

    Another Compilation by Andy. This time Tub [Cheeky Weekly] uploading to you.

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  25. Frank says:

    My dropbox is driving me Nutty. It now uploaded to you 4 times Nutty 86. I send it to you once before, then cancelled it, because Ian upload it to you instead. Tells me you received it. He says that it is the curse of Disaster Des, then hummed Doodle doo doodle dum.

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  26. Jimmy says:

    Can anyone post the number of issues for each decade of Tiger, 50s 60s etc.?
    I am having a difficult time finding what issues I am missing because they are date sorted not sequential. As always thanks!

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  27. Frank says:

    Sorted out my dropbox. Working again. Managed to cancel the repeated Nutty 86 by four times. Disaster Des or Ian doodle doo doodle dum curse is over for now.

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  28. Andy says:

    What is all this Doodle doo doodle dum Curse ? Is Ian humming his song again ?
    I also remember at Kings Reach Tower, Stamford Street, South London, iPC Magazines Ltd, as it was then known, that Ian always hummed Disaster Des song. Frank always was the Cheeky Joker, which is why the Character Cheeky from Krazy and Cheeky weekly was based on him. Also Joker drawn by Sid Burdon in Knockout comic was based on Frank as well.

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    • Frank says:

      Joker was not drawn by Sid Burdon, but by Sid Burgon. But he did find it a BURDEN, to come up with joke pranks for Joker.

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  29. Andy says:

    The Cartoonists’ Club of Great Britain (CCGB) is an organisation open to all United Kingdom cartoonists. Established in 1960 by a group of Fleet Street cartoonists, the club claims to be one of the largest cartoonists’ organisations in the world, with a membership of over 200 full- and part-time cartoonists both in the United Kingdom and abroad.

    The club represents and supports cartoonists who create single gags to strips and caricature to cartoon illustration, the CCGB provides a professional network for the up-and-coming new generation.

    Many of the great names from the British cartoon fraternity have been members of the CCGB since its founding. The club has been responsible for organising many local, nationwide and international cartoon events, from exhibitions and competitions to charitable fund raising events or demonstrating the art of the Cartoon to young people at road shows and public exhibitions.

    The CCGB works with many local towns and communities helping to promote the cause/art ofcCartooning in Britain.

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  30. Andy says:

    A cartoonist (also comic strip creator) is a visual artist who specializes in drawing cartoons. This work is often created for entertainment, political commentary, or advertising. Cartoonists may work in many formats, such as animation, booklets, comic strips, comic books, editorial cartoons, graphic novels, manuals, gag cartoons, graphic design, illustrations, storyboards, posters, shirts, books, advertisements, greeting cards, magazines, newspapers, and video game packaging.

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  31. Andy says:

    Comics artists usually sketch a drawing in pencil before going over the drawing in India ink, using either a dip pen or a brush. Artists may also use a lightbox to create the final image in ink.

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  32. Andy says:

    The nature of the comics work being created determines the number of people who work on its creation, with successful comic strips and comic books being produced through a studio system, in which an artist assembles a team of assistants to help create the work. However, works from independent companies, self-publishers, or those of a more personal nature can be produced by a single creator.

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  33. Andy says:

    The editor assembles a number of creators and oversees the work to publication.

    Any number of people can assist in the creation of a comic book in this way, from a plotter, a breakdown artist, a penciller, an inker, a scripter, a letterer, and a colorist, with some roles being performed by the same person.

    In contrast, a comic strip tends to be the work of a sole creator, usually termed a cartoonist. However, it is not unusual for a cartoonist to employ the studio method, particularly when a strip become successful.

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  34. boutje777 says:

    I reorganized the pages for Lion, not because it’s complete, but it looks much better this way i believe.

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  35. Ian says:

    Doodle Doo Doodle Dum, so Hummed Disaster Des, however Frank forgets that he use to draw in cheeky weekly cartoons by Doodle Doug, a cartoon Character Cheeky use to get threaten to tell his Cheeky’s Dad about the secret of Cheeky seeing his Dad’s old Comics. So between Doodle Doug and Disaster Des with his Doodle Doo Doodle Dum,
    it was no match between them.

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  36. Ian says:

    Doodle Doo Doodle Dum, it is better the Lions. I am not LION [lying], however, just
    small observation, on left side of your main blog page, where you click on the comic
    icons, you now have two different Pages for Tiger. Disaster Des at work again, Doodle Doo Doodle Dum.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Yes, i know about the Tiger, but i let that page for awhile because there are alot of new links for Tiger on that page so anyone can download these at their own pace.
      I am not going to use these in the next upload because they are all on the new Tiger pages.

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  37. Frank says:

    Doug was most regularly drawn by rival artist Frank McDiarmid (51 times), followed by Mike Lacey (17 times).

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  38. Frank says:

    Although Doodle Doug appeared in 87 issues of Cheeky Weekly, his doodles graced only 10 issues.

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  39. Frank says:

    Doug’s purpose in the early issues of Cheeky Weekly was to draw a short gag strip that he would show to Cheeky on Tuesdays (with the exception of the final Doodle to appear, which was located on a Saturday page). The gag strips were, with 2 exceptions, ‘silent’, consisting of 2 or 3 panels, and had no recurring characters. A pair of thumbs could be seen holding each of the Doodles. The Doodles appeared halfway down the page, apart from the final Doodle, which appeared at the top of the page containing a continuation of the Saturday feature.

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  40. Frank says:

    Doug’s brief run of Doodles came to an end in Cheeky Weekly dated 14 January 1978, when the Doodle was relegated to page 24, having previously appeared on pages 12, 13 or 14. Possibly going into hiding after this indignity, Doug seems to have disappeared from Krazy Town for 6 months, reappearing in the 08 July 1978 issue. However, on his return, Doug had a new artwork project, Paddywack.

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  41. Ian says:

    In early issues there was a running joke when Frank McDiarmid drew Doodle Doug, about Frank regarding Doug as a rival.

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  42. Ian says:

    Compilation – Doodle Doug Comic Strips [Cheeky Weekly] by Andy now uploading,
    although Frank was the original artist.

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  43. Ian says:

    Compilation – Doodle Doug Comic Strips [Cheeky Weekly] by Andy now ready
    although Frank was the original artist.

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  44. Ian says:

    Doodle Doo Doodle Dum.

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  45. Frank says:

    I was the original artist of Doodle Doug, but he was a pain, as he compete with me
    and was more sucessful at drawing then me.

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  46. Ian says:

    Talking of Pain, Yikky-Boo! was such a pain in frightening everyone in the office at
    Ipc Magazines Ltd, at Kings Reach Tower Stamford Street. He made a lot of artists nervous, when he shout out his blood curdling cry YIKKY-BOO! That is why sometimes
    you see ink blobs on cartoon pages. Cartoon artists mess up sometimes, because of
    Yikky-Boo.

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  47. Ian says:

    Yikky-Boo was based on Andy, before he join the staff of caroonists. As a kid of 13 years
    old, he use to visit every six weeks to Ipc Magazines Ltd. He always frightened us when he arrived at the office. Eventually, after 4 years, of frightening us, we agree to give him a job to make him quiet. It worked. So ended the career of Yikky-Boo, but started another for Andy. In time he surprised us, when he became our Editor.

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  48. Frank says:

    Frankiestein from Whoopee! comic and other Comics which he starred in, was based on me, although I am not that Ugly. But, he does share my name. Frankie for short and Stein, for the STEIN [stain] he left on my name.

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  49. Ian says:

    Frank was quiet clumsy, always tripping over his big feet, and kept falling onto other
    cartoon artists, making them Stein [STAIN] their artwork with Coffee or Tea that frank
    was holding at the time. So between him and Yikky-Boo [Andy] it was scary what will
    happen next and when t will happen. Stains and Ink Blobs over artwork. Sometimes,
    we just let it go to press, other times, some artwork had to be re-done from right from
    the beginning again. It also was a Combination of Disaster Des at work again.
    Doodle Doo Doodle Dum and YIKKY-BOO!

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  50. Andy says:

    The original story in the office at Ipc Magazines Ltd, of how Yikky-Boo was created, is
    that when I tried to frighten different Cartoon Artist to shout only Boo, I had a bit of an Itchy throat, so as I cough and shout Boo, it came out YIKKY-BOO, so Frank decided without my permission to create the Character Yikky-Boo based on me as a Kid of 13 years old, back in the year 1978. I was also bribed by many Cartoon artists to give them many ideas for characters for the comics, as a Kid, by giving me comics six weeks ahead before they came into the shops. That went on for 4 years, every six weeks visiting Ipc Magazines Ltd, at Stamford Street, Kings Reach Tower, getting free comics, 12 different titles six weeks in advance. This made me popular at School, all my school friends,
    never understood how I got comics before they came to the shops, but many of these
    school friends became the basis for many of the comic characters, that I shared ideas with the different cartoonists. Eventually, despite the bribes, it did pay off in the end, in getting a career as a cartoonist, editor and writer.

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  51. Ian says:

    Doodle doo doodle dum

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  52. Andy says:

    YIKKY-BOO!

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  53. Frank says:

    Doodle Doug is my rival Cartoonist. I hate that he was better then me.

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  54. boutje777 says:

    I am hoping to update my other blogs this weekend. And start preparing the update for this blog next week. It will take some time because it’s going to be a huge update, i hope it will be ready somewhere in the 2nd week of may when all goes as planned, uploading alone will take at least 10 days or so when the uploading goes smooth.

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  55. Andy says:

    So it looks like a Great Comic Marathon once more. Your doing a great job as usual! Keep up the good work! I bet this Marathon will be greater then the previous one of comics. Also greater then your literal marathon that you went on running. If Jogging Jeremy from Cheeky weekly came, a snail will beat him in the race.

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  56. Andy says:

    The expression Silver Lining in a Dark Cloud is also known as finding the Light at the end of a Tunnel and I discovered in Science the reality of it is that you will find a Black Hole at the end of the White Hole, after you Time Travel through it, as I have already did so through my Time Machine.

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  57. boutje777 says:

    Frank, perhaps you can place your last comment on the blog for Movies and Television, try to relate to british comics as much as you can on this blog. I don’t mind a bit of chit chat but this was a long unrelated list. Thanks.
    Someone really has to start a chatbox for this blog.

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  58. frank says:

    I did what you said and placed on television and movies page. I have a question, how does one start a Chatbox for this blog? I thought the comments is part of a chatbox already.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Thanks for understanding. The thing is chatboxes arent a part of WordPress, someone have to start one on some chatsite. But i am not familiar with chatboxes to be honest. And yes you can sort of chat in a comment also, if it’s related to the blog’s theme.

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  59. frank says:

    Do you know which British comic had HOOK JAWS story in it? I would be interested if anyone can make a Compilation of it.

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    • boutje777 says:

      Hook jaws, let me try to find that out, if you want a compilation you are talking to the right person, i come back to you with more information.

      P.S.

      You mean this one ?

      Hook Jaw was created by Mills as a Jaws cash-in and the flagship title of the comic. The strip was scripted by Ken Armstrong and drawn by Ramon Sola. Hook Jaw is a Great White Shark and the hero of the series, even though he spends most of his time eating most of the human cast of characters. The name Hook Jaw comes from the gaff hook stuck in the shark’s jaw after some fisherman tried to catch the creature shortly before being eaten by it. Mills gave the strip an environmental edge by having Hook Jaw eat corrupt humans, or criminals, seeking to exploit the seas, as well as anyone else unlucky enough to get near him. Hook Jaw appeared in three stories before the ban. The first was set on an oil rig, the second was set on an island resort in the Caribbean, and the third was set just off the south coast of England. Hook Jaw returned after the ban, but no longer ate as many people and if he did it was off panel.

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  60. Ian says:

    Action Comic published by Ipc Magazines Ltd, was the Comic that produced the story Hook Jaws.

    Issue 36 of Action appeared dated October 16th, 1976. But its 37th issue, dated October 23rd, never went on sale. IPC Magazines surrendered to the comic’s many critics and pulped almost all 200,000 copies that’d been printed of issue 37. (Only about thirty copies of it survived and they’re worth a fortune today.)

    After a six-week hiatus, Action reappeared at the end of November, but in the meantime IPC Magazines had replaced its editor, John Sanders, and drastically toned down its content to make it as innocuous as every other British comic on the market. I remember buying a few copies of the revamped Action and being dismayed by the fact that (a) Hook Jaw was no longer in colour, (b) the shark now only ate about one person each week, and (c) the eating now mostly occurred ‘off-panel’.

    Hook Jaw, meanwhile, had an environmental theme. The humans whom the killer shark confronted and, inevitably, ate from week to week were scumbags despoiling his marine habitat – the roughnecks on an oilrig in the original set of Hook Jaw stories, the shysters running a ghastly-looking island holiday resort in the next set of stories.
    But obviously, what impressed me back in 1976 was the comic’s in-your-face violence. It had panels that, 40 years later, I can recall more vividly than anything else I’ve ever seen in a comic-book. For example, a colour panel in Hook Jaw – much of that strip was depicted in colour, for obvious reasons – where Hook Jaw and his toothy pack of fellow sharks devour the survivors (no longer surviving) of a ditched-in-the-sea airliner. Or a climactic panel in Dredger where the agent, flying a helicopter, takes out a whole rampart of villains by swooping at them, shredding them with the rotors and turning them into a shower of bloody body parts.

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  61. Ian says:

    Another Shark that was popular, was Gums, from Monster Fun Comic, then Buster Comic. He was a Shark worst then his BITE! It be cool to have a Compilation of him too.

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  62. Ian says:

    Both HOOK JAWS and GUMS were based on Steven Spielberg Film Jaws.

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  63. boutje777 says:

    So Frank, if you want i can make a compilation from Hook Jaw from Action Comics, i have all issues so a compilation can be well worth it.

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  64. boutje777 says:

    *Leemcdaid*

    Here is the list of Roy and the Rovers i have right now.

    List Roy

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    • leemcdaid says:

      Cheers!

      I’ll have a nosy around and see what I can find ( I have quite a few on a hard-drive somewhere as well! )

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      • boutje777 says:

        Thanks, looking forward to any missing issues. I am going to buy a new external hd also, the 3 i have are almost full and i want another drive also for all issues unpacked in pages, that will make it easier to make compilations.

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    • Bryan says:

      Will those Roy of the Rovers Holiday Specials be on the next update?

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      • boutje777 says:

        Yes they will, along with around 100 normal issues and annuals. I am hoping to have the update ready somewhere begin may, uploading until now goes smooth, fingers crossed.

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  65. westerncomicsblog.wordpress.com is no longer available. What’s the matter with this interesting blog?

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  66. boutje777 says:

    *Frank*

    I made a Hook Jaw compilation, you can find it in the compilations blog.

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