Sparky (comics)
Sparky was a British comic published weekly by DC Thomson, that ran from (issue dates) 23 January 1965 to 9 July 1977 when it merged with The Topper after 652 issues. From 1965-1980 the comic publishe...
Redfox (comics)
Redfox is a British fantasy comic published in the late 1980s, nominated eight times for Eagle Awards and winner of Best New British Comic in 1986.
Redfox herself first appeared in Dragonlords fan...
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Shiver and Shake
Shiver and Shake was a British comic published every Monday by IPC Magazines Ltd. It ran from (issues dates) 10 March 1973 to 5 October 1974, when it merged with Whoopee!. As in the tradition of Briti...
Eagle (comic)
Eagle was a seminal British children's British comics periodical, first published from 1950 to 1969, and then in a relaunched format from 1982 to 1994. It was founded by Marcus Morris, an Anglican vi...
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Playhour
Playhour was a British children's comic published between 16 October 1954 and 15 August 1987, a run of approximately 1,700 weekly issues.Originally published under the title Playhour Pictures, the tit...
Valiant (comics)
Valiant was the title of a British boys adventure comics anthology which ran from 1962 to 1976. It was published by IPC Magazines and was one of their major adventure titles throughout the 1960s and e...
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Oink! (comic)
Oink! was a British comic for children which was published from 3 May 1986 to 22 October 1988. It set out to be deliberately anarchic, reminiscent of Viz but for children. The creators also cited Mad ...
Lady Penelope (comic)
Lady Penelope was a British weekly comic for girls which ran from 1966 to 1969. The titular character was based on Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward, the secret agent seen in the television series Thunderb...
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Axa (comics)
Axa was the title of a newspaper comic strip featuring the eponymous lead character, which was published in British daily tabloid The Sun from 1978 to 1986. It was written by Donne Avenell and drawn b...
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TV Comic
TV Comic was a British comic book published weekly from 9 November 1951 until 29 June 1984. Originally started by Beaverbrook, it was published by Polystyle Publications from 1960 and featured stories...
The Beezer
The Beezer (called The Beezer and Topper for the last 3 years of publication) was a British comic that ran from (issues dates) 21 January 1956 to 21 August 1993.Like its sister comic, The Topper, The ...
Countdown (comic strip)
Countdown was the title strip in the British comic of the same name published by Polystyle in the early 1970s.It was an original science-fiction story - one of the few strips in the comic not to be ba...
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Whizzer and Chips
Whizzer and Chips was a British comic that ran from 18 October 1969 to 27 October 1990, when it merged with the comic Buster. As with most comics of the time, Whizzer and Chips was dated one week ahea...
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Spit! (comic)
Spit! was the name of a British adult comic that was published during the 1990s.It was one of many such comics similar to Viz, and was also considerably cruder and of lower production quality than its...
Jackie (magazine)
Jackie was a weekly British magazine for girls. The magazine was published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd of Dundee from 11 January 1964 until its closure on 3 July 1993—a total of 1534 issues.The nam...
Scream!
Scream! was a British weekly comic anthology with a horror theme, running from March 24, 1984 until 30 June 1984, published by IPC Magazines.With a tagline of "not for the nervous", Scream! was suppos...
Bimbo (comics)
Bimbo was a nursery British children's comic published by D. C. Thomson & Co. ran from 1961 until 1972 and similar to Little Star. Bimbo annuals continued to be published until the 1980s.Character...
Charley's War
Charley's War was a British comic strip written by Pat Mills and drawn by Joe Colquhoun. It was originally published in Battle Picture Weekly from January 1979 to October 1985.
Described by Andrew...
Roy of the Rovers
Roy of the Rovers is a British comic strip about the life and times of a fictional footballer named Roy Race, who played for Melchester Rovers. The strip first appeared in the Tiger in 1954, before gi...
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Toxic!
Toxic! was a British weekly comic book published by Apocalypse Ltd. A total of 31 issues were published from March 28-October 24, 1991.
Toxic! was the idea of Pat Mills, Kevin O'Neill, Mike McMaho...
The Wizard (DC Thomson)
The Wizard was launched as a weekly British story paper on 22 September 1922, published by D. C. Thomson & Co. It was merged with The Rover in September 1963, becoming Rover and Wizard, and r...
Schoolgirls' Own
The Schoolgirls' Own was a British weekly story paper aimed at girls. Published by Amalgamated Press, it was launched in February 1921 and ran for 798 issues until May 1936, when it was merged wi...
Funny Wonder
Funny Wonder is the name of two British comics published by Amalgamated Press. The first was published from 30 July 1892-25 May 1901 this comic was more satirical in nature like other early comics du...
Talking Turkey (comic)
Talking Turkey was a British adult comic that was published monthly by Galaxy Publications from 1991 to 1992.Talking Turkey was one of many such comics emulating the success of Viz, yet departed from ...
Buzz (DC Thomson)
Buzz was an A3 (broadsheet) British comic that ran from (issues dates) 20 January 1973 to 4 January 1975, when it merged with The Topper. Buzz ran for 103 Issues.
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