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by tony ingram
19 Apr 2016, 21:27
Forum: 2000AD
Topic: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on Film4
Replies: 35
Views: 37699

Re: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on F

I'd certainly agree the game was from from up. Warlord, Battle, 2000AD, Krazy, The Crunch etc. etc. etc. (although maybe he means boys comics only really had another 10 years, rather than good comics were about finished mid-70s). Late-80s mature comics (Crisis, 2000AD, Revolver, Viz etc.) were grea...
by tony ingram
19 Apr 2016, 20:04
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Thoughts on collecting comics
Replies: 176
Views: 39200

Re: Thoughts on collecting comics

my brother has told me all my comics are going in a skip when i'm gone :( I read an interesting thread on the Marvel Masterworks forum a while back, where somebody posted photos of his quite spectacular collection of pop culture memorabilia: walls and walls of perfectly preserved vintage games, com...
by tony ingram
19 Apr 2016, 20:03
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Thoughts on collecting comics
Replies: 176
Views: 39200

Re: Thoughts on collecting comics

Marvel UK are actually very collectable, now. I've been selling quite a few lately, and getting a decent price for them. I've also been filling quite a few gaps in my own collection. There seem to be more around than there used to be. I think they are seeming increasingly desirable . I'm not sure a...
by tony ingram
19 Apr 2016, 19:30
Forum: 2000AD
Topic: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on Film4
Replies: 35
Views: 37699

Re: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on F

In view of my age; born in 1967, my love affair with comics burgeoned when they were beginning to wilt - circa 1975. For around six years thereafter, I was completely hooked with all things comics while little realizing that the game was up by this time. Then sadly, I eschewed the few British title...
by tony ingram
19 Apr 2016, 19:23
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Thoughts on collecting comics
Replies: 176
Views: 39200

Re: Thoughts on collecting comics

It's funny, Phoenix, I used to go to the Manchester Piccadilly Plaza comic marts, whenever I could, as a boy, probably from around mid-1980, and only recall there being tables of US Marvel and DC comics. I wouldn't have been interested in those old D.C. Thomson story papers, so I wonder if I've blo...
by tony ingram
18 Apr 2016, 19:48
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: What comics did you buy today?
Replies: 6996
Views: 736126

Re: What comics did you buy today?

starscape wrote:I did buy Civil War #1 the other day. I bought it when it came out originally but at least there's a comic I can now enjoy in the shops.
Why do you need to enjoy it in the shops? Just buy the damn thing and take it home, it ain't a library, y'know!
by tony ingram
18 Apr 2016, 17:08
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: What comics did you buy today?
Replies: 6996
Views: 736126

Re: What comics did you buy today?

Just bought issue three of Titan's new Wonder Woman comic.
by tony ingram
17 Apr 2016, 19:52
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Thoughts on collecting comics
Replies: 176
Views: 39200

Re: Thoughts on collecting comics

I can also appreciate someone is doing this for posterity (although it depends what happens with the collection - poor old Denis Gifford being a case in point) I'm assuming, starscape, that you would have wanted the whole of Denis's collection to be displayed somewhere, perhaps in a kind of living ...
by tony ingram
15 Apr 2016, 19:35
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Thoughts on collecting comics
Replies: 176
Views: 39200

Re: Thoughts on collecting comics

Lew Stringer wrote: Same here. I still have loads unread. It's a case of buying comics you want at the time they're available, as hesitation might mean they're gone forever.
That's it exactly!
by tony ingram
15 Apr 2016, 16:04
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Thoughts on collecting comics
Replies: 176
Views: 39200

Re: Thoughts on collecting comics

One question comes to mind though; have you read them all? (If so, that's even more impressive. :)) Can't admit to being that impressive Lew. I've certainly read a lot of them but I gave up on the idea long ago that I would ever be able to read them all. I don't mean to be rude but isn't that a lit...
by tony ingram
14 Apr 2016, 15:11
Forum: Non-comics discussion
Topic: Gareth Thomas RIP
Replies: 7
Views: 12096

Re: Gareth Thomas RIP

DJDogfart wrote:He was also in ultra-creepy 70's ITV drama Children Of The Stones.
One of the best kids dramas ever made, in my opinion. Baffling, but wonderful.
by tony ingram
14 Apr 2016, 09:12
Forum: Non-comics discussion
Topic: Gareth Thomas RIP
Replies: 7
Views: 12096

Gareth Thomas RIP

Gareth Thomas, best known for playing Roj Blake in the 70s sci-fi Blake's 7, has died of heart failure. He was 71. A sad loss to the TV industry.
by tony ingram
13 Apr 2016, 11:58
Forum: Reference Section
Topic: Comic Highlights: V for Vendetta
Replies: 1
Views: 4219

Re: Comic Highlights: V for Vendetta

It is indeed! One of the most powerful comic stories ever written, in my opinion.
by tony ingram
13 Apr 2016, 11:54
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: What comics did you buy today?
Replies: 6996
Views: 736126

Re: What comics did you buy today?

Just received the 1974 Dan Dare annual, which I found on ebay. Great book, it reprints The Red Moon Mystery and Safari in Space!
by tony ingram
08 Apr 2016, 07:40
Forum: 2000AD
Topic: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on Film4
Replies: 35
Views: 37699

Re: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on F

Great documentary, informative, witty and very well put together. Made me remember again why I've aways liked Pat Mills.