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Final purchases this month, and bought a 1994 issue of the Dandy, and two Oor Wullie books (the Dandy via eBay, and the Oor Wullie books via Amazon marketplace)

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30 May 2018, 07:26
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Strange Stories No.1. This must have been inspired by the Alan Class series of titles. It has the same type of content, format and price but with new British material rather than US reprints. It was produced in 1967 by John Spencer & Co (Publishers) Ltd who also produced Macabre, Fantasy & Spectre at the same time. A good looking read in really good nick.


30 May 2018, 16:55
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Lucky Charm No 5. Now waiting for it to be delivered.

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30 May 2018, 17:26
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Strange Stories No.1. This must have been inspired by the Alan Class series of titles. It has the same type of content, format and price but with new British material rather than US reprints. It was produced in 1967 by John Spencer & Co (Publishers) Ltd who also produced Macabre, Fantasy & Spectre at the same time. A good looking read in really good nick.


Great comic!

I'm still after Spectre Stories #1 as I have the #1s for their other 5 Spencer titles including Purple Hood and Mark Tyme.


30 May 2018, 17:30
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Fleetway Files
Action Super Sports Summer Special 1979 (the 1st one)
Marvel Savage Action Monthly 1-15 (-#8 for the set) - 1980-1982
Mark Stone - Maverick Marshall #50 (#1) - L Miller


30 May 2018, 22:46
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Tonto #1 - WDL - 1953
Hulk Pocket Book #1 - Marvel - 1980
Tarzan World Adventure Library #1 - World Distributors -1967 - Just the Phantom #1 to go for the first issues of the whole set of 8.
Star Heroes Pocket Book #1 - Marvel - 1980
Real Ghostbusters #1 - Marvel - 1988
14 issues of Smash to fill some more gaps


05 Jun 2018, 14:14
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Pre-ordered two issues of Beano (including the 80th anniversary issue (which should either be the 28/7/2018 issue, or the 4/8/2018 issue)) through NewsStand.

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08 Jun 2018, 12:01
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Ordered the special Illustrator magazine on Don Lawrence from Book palace. it looks great.
Also Scarey Monsters magazine not exactly a comic but I like that sort of thing and the cover art is fantastic. Also ordered the new comic scene magazine (N.o1 out in august) Im hoping there will be enough stuff on old british comics to keep me interested


08 Jun 2018, 16:45
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Almost the full run of the Eagle Comics reprint of Judge Dredd from the 1980s. I also ask that 6 1/2 years of Megazine plus a random selection of Iron Man and The Mighty Thor be taken into consideration.

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08 Jun 2018, 20:10
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I visited Glenrothes Comic Con today and said hello to a lot of old friends. While I did not pick up much, I did pick up The Sloper Gradient on the recommendation of Calum Laird. I also managed to pick up another four Commandos which had been dropped off by the new Heritage Brands editor.

And one local charity shop has a good selection of 1980s and 1990s Beanos and the Beano Fun-Sized digests. While I did not pick those up, I picked up a selection of Classics From The Comics, Summer Specials and issue 3000 of the Beano

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09 Jun 2018, 19:44
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Went to the book fair at the Royal National, Bloomsbury. Picked up Film Fun 1,844 dated 21/5/55 and the issue dated 8/4/61 plus a TV Fun annual 1958 all at £2 each.


10 Jun 2018, 15:19
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colcool007 wrote:
I did pick up The Sloper Gradient on the recommendation of Calum Laird.
I've never heard of that item, Col. What is it exactly?


10 Jun 2018, 19:36
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Future Tense #1 - 19 (the set) - Marvel - 1980
Valour #1 - 19 (the set) - Marvel - 1980
Fantasy Masterpieces #1 - Marvel - 1965
Mirabelle Pop, Film & TV Library #1 - Clint Walker - Pearson 1959


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Clint Walker died last week aged 90. I used to watch him in Cheyenne in the sixties.


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Clint Walker died last week aged 90. I used to watch him in Cheyenne in the sixties.


I've still got my Cheyanne 6 shooter from the 60s, and possibly the holster to go with it.


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