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Comics UK Aiming to become the definitive guide to British comics 2019-08-14T10:25:24+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/feed.php?f=4 2019-08-14T10:25:24+01:00 2019-08-14T10:25:24+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7828&p=105973#p105973 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Doctor Who Target novels special.]]>
https://doctorwhomagazine.com/doctor-wh ... get-books/

I hadn't realised this special was part of an ongoing series. Looking at previous issues I notice they haven't done a special on Doctor Who in comics.

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2019-05-02T10:23:05+01:00 2019-05-02T10:23:05+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4585&p=105532#p105532 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Re: If you could bring back 1 UK Comic which 1 would it be?]]>
My head says it would be useful to bring back Deadline, or something like it, in an attempt to kickstart a new interest in comics and to make them cool again, whilst providing a showcase for the cream of Britain's alternative (ie: not in 2000 AD or The Beano) talents.

However, my heart would love to see the return of Cheeky; not only for the sentimental value it holds for me personally, but also because I think it a format that would work better nowadays than many of the other 'children's humour' titles.
I realise that many of the characters would probably require changing, the gags would need updating and that even the title of the comic/name of the protagonist would probably be reviewed to fit into a more suitable contemporary context. In fact, the relaunched title would be virtually indistinguishable from the original, for many different reasons (and not all good!). It's a nice thought, anyway.

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2019-01-19T21:56:57+01:00 2019-01-19T21:56:57+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7743&p=105013#p105013 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Blutske??]]> The comic strip "Blutske" appeared in a Flemish children's magazine called De Kindervriend in the 1920s/1930s. It was one of the favourite comics of a young Willy Vandersteen, who would become one of the leading Belgian comics authors. My Comiclopedia colleague and I suspect that Blutske is in fact a British comic strip, maybe by Bertie Brown?
Well, hopefully you can help us out :)
I have attached an image.
Who knows the original title?
Thanks a lot!

Bas (Lambiek)

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2018-12-24T18:14:54+01:00 2018-12-24T18:14:54+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7731&p=104879#p104879 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Flying 'scooters' - which comic?]]>
One set of characters had a more modern version which remind me of a basic mobility scooter and the other characters a basic version which reminds me of a child scooter.

Does this mean anything to anyone?

Thank you and Merry Christmas.

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2018-05-15T22:50:06+01:00 2018-05-15T22:50:06+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6315&p=102930#p102930 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Re: Comic UK's Ideal Comic]]>
Name: Fist!

Front Page: A painted cover featuring a character from within by a guest artist.
Pages 2-3: Dan Dare - Pilot of the Future (Tully/Pugh)
Page 4-5: Black Bob (Prout)
Pages 6-7: Roy of the Rovers
Page 8-9: The Swots and the Blots
Pages 10-11: Zero X (Allan/Noble)
Pages 12-13: Ogri (Sample)
Page 14: Nuke Noodle (Matthews)
Page 15: Jonah (Reid)
Page 16: The Daleks (Turner)
Page 17-18: Doomlord (Bradbury)

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2018-04-04T16:58:39+01:00 2018-04-04T16:58:39+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7548&p=102360#p102360 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Re: 'Wouter Wegenwacht' in Dutch edition of Eagle]]> In the Dutch comics magazine Rebellenclub (1950s), there was a western comic called 'Pier Paniek & Suzie Rebel'. The female protagonist is presented as the sister of 'Sjors van de Rebellenclub' (the Dutch rendition of Martin Branner's Perry Winkle), but the comic has nothing to do with that series.
Some sources credit the strip to a certain Bouwman, who is known for having traced the Perry Winkle strip for its Dutch publication in the 1930s. It is well possible that Pier Paniek has a foreign origin, and since both Rebellenclub and its successor Sjors published a lot of British material, it is possible that this strip is also British?

https://www.lambiek.net/artists/b/bouwman.htm

Does it look familiar?

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2018-04-03T23:18:41+01:00 2018-04-03T23:18:41+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7548&p=102354#p102354 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Re: 'Wouter Wegenwacht' in Dutch edition of Eagle]]> Statistics: Posted by Richard S. — 03 Apr 2018, 23:18


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2018-04-03T22:49:40+01:00 2018-04-03T22:49:40+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7548&p=102353#p102353 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Re: 'Wouter Wegenwacht' in Dutch edition of Eagle]]> Statistics: Posted by Lambiek — 03 Apr 2018, 22:49


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2018-04-03T20:08:49+01:00 2018-04-03T20:08:49+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7548&p=102348#p102348 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • Re: 'Wouter Wegenwacht' in Dutch edition of Eagle]]> I'm pretty sure that's Roddy the Road Scout by Roland Davies from Swift.
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2018-04-03T18:41:27+01:00 2018-04-03T18:41:27+01:00 http://comicsuk.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7548&p=102346#p102346 <![CDATA[Comic Titles & Groups • 'Wouter Wegenwacht' in Dutch edition of Eagle]]> For the Lambiek Comiclopedia we are trying to identify all the comic strips which have appeared in Arend, the Dutch version of Eagle magazine.
We figured out most of them, but one remains a mystery. It is called 'Wouter Wegenwacht' and deals with a patrolman.
Here is an image from the Arend issue of 7 October 1961:



Hope you can help us out!
Best regards from Amsterdam,

Bas

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