Favourite Covers (and story illustrations)

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toxteth o'grady
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Re: Favourite Covers (and story illustrations)

Post by toxteth o'grady »

Great to see you back on the forum, Ray - you've been missed.

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Re: Favourite Covers (and story illustrations)

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Welcome back... :D

dreamticket
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Re: Favourite Covers (and story illustrations)

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Kashgar wrote:The artist so adept at depicting war themes wasn't Watson,Kennedy or Rawlings but Jeff Bevan a stalwart of the Thomson papers for thity-five years from the late 1950's.
His dad Oscar had been a Thomson staff artist before him mostly working on the women's magazines.
Glad to have you back as well. But were you refering the Wizard Phil uploaded or the couple I stuck up? Or did Jeff Bevan do all three?

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Re: Favourite Covers (and story illustrations)

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Here's an illustration I came across last night. It's from an early 70s text story in Hotspur and I quite like it. Intriguing enough to make me want to read the story. Not a great scan, though.
Hotspur9-70 (800x505).jpg

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