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It's not likely unfortunately. However, a graphic novel could work out a lot cheaper than a weekly or monthly comic over the course of a year.big bad bri wrote:id love to see a new comic rather than expensive graphic novels.
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Some time ago during a discussion on ComicsUK, I said that I had a copy of the first issue of TIGER, but I didn't know where it was. I do now. It's on my desk. I've been rummaging through some drawers and large wardrobes looking for my set of harmonicas, which so far have evaded my search, but in the process I discovered a pile of early issues of TIGER. In case anybody is interested in the following information, I have issues 1 (September 11 1954), 2 (September 18 1954), and 43 (July 2 1955) - 55 (September 24 1955). I'm going to take them with me to Russ's tomorrow. I have to look after Alex from 10.30am to 3.00pm because Russ is working, and Rach is taking Lois to the village hall in Lelant for the first of two final rehearsals for the ballet show that Liz Nolan's Company are staging in Redruth in about ten days time, so I might as well take the TIGERs and some very early issues of ADVENTURE to keep me occupied. I hope she leaves me some lunch. I really can't face McDonalds again for at least a couple of weeks.