Which titles would you like to see indexed?

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Captain underpants
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Re: Which titles would you like to see indexed?

Post by Captain underpants » 21 Apr 2019, 09:35

I believe that 30th Century comics had a list of issue numbers when they was selling the Alan Class collection how complete it was I’m not sure, I did get a couple of items which were part of his personal collection

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Re: Which titles would you like to see indexed?

Post by davidandrewsimpson » 21 Apr 2019, 10:44

30th Century Comic's Rough Guide To Alan Class Comics can be read at https://30thcenturycomics.co.uk/extras/ ... ass-guide/

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Re: Which titles would you like to see indexed?

Post by stevezodiac » 22 Apr 2019, 10:10

I don't remember seeing Gifford one pagers in Alan Class etc comics but he did have them in Super DC.

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Re: Which titles would you like to see indexed?

Post by Captain underpants » 22 Apr 2019, 12:11

stevezodiac wrote:I don't remember seeing Gifford one pagers in Alan Class etc comics but he did have them in Super DC.
That must be it I knew he was iin a b/w reprint comic from the 60s, somewhere I have an original comic strip by Dennis Gifford and the comic it was from.
How adout a Solo comic index that had all sorts of strips in that and TV Tornado as well

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Re: Which titles would you like to see indexed?

Post by philcom55 » 22 Apr 2019, 14:03

I think Denis produced a lot of one and two page fillers for Len Miller's black & white reprint titles which were Alan's main competition for a time.

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