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UK - BRITISH Comics & Related items = can be found in ALL these sections on our Website;( 1 ) British/UK, Australia & Misc Foreign, English Language Comics; (Alan Class, Miller, Rosnock, Spencer, Strato, Top Seller, etc)Reprints of USA SilverAge Cartoon, Horror/SF & TV comics = For Sale doc

( 2 ) COMIC MAGAZINES,(ASSORTED & MISC.)including; FANZINES, Graphic Novels, Hardcover Editions & TRADE Paperbacks & other RELATED COMICS Items; (1940's thru 2004) For Sale doc


( 3 ) UK BRITISH ANNUALS (Comics, Movie, TV, Toys, Westerns, Music)-1950's-1990's For Sale doc

( 4 ) UK BRITISH WAR & Misc Comic Digests - 1950's-1980's For Sale doc

( 5 ) UK British Marvel Pub. - 1960's-1990's Comics & Related For Sale doc





British/UK, Australia & Misc Foreign, English Language Comics; (Alan Class, Miller, Rosnock, Spencer, Strato, Top Seller, etc)Reprints of USA SilverAge Cartoon, Horror/SF & TV comics = For Sale


ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN (UK/British; Arnold Book Co. Pub.) - #16;


ALL STAR WESTERN COMIC (World Distributors; 68 pages) -

#6(Walt Howarth cover art; Wild Bill Elliott, Range Rider, Indian Chief ; 1951; VG $18);

#10(68 pages; Howart cover; Range Rider, Wild Bill Elliott, Ben Bowie, Johnny Mack Brown in "Tombstone's Treachery"; FA+ $9);



AMAZING STORIES OF SUSPENSE -- [ “ASTONISHING TALES” listed at top of cover ] (Alan Class and Co. Ltd. Pub.)

#81, #88(G/VG $6); 100, 104,105,109,111-114,116,118, 119(Capt Atom-c by Ditko), 120, 122(Giant-Man & Wasp-c/s),

125(Flash Gordon-c/s), 126-133, 135,138, 145(Kirby-c), 148,152, 153(KIRBY-c), 154,156,158(Sarge Steel-c), 159(Judo master-c), 160, 162, 163, 169(Dr Fang, Flying Saucers, Undersea Agents),181,182, 198,199,201,202,205,207, 208,212,214,215, 218-222,224,225,226,229-231,233-235;



ASTOUNDING STORIES -- [ “STRANGE SUSPENSE STORIESlisted at top of cover ] (UK; Alan Class and Co. Ltd. Pub.) -

#20,68,71, 72,74-77,79-81,

#85 (100 Page Giant - Double Sized issue; SPIDER-MAN vs Prowler-c/s; VG = $15);

#89, 94,95,101,103, 106(“Redskins”-c), 108-110,113, \

#118(Dynamo-c by Wally Wood);

#122, 123, 134, 143, 158, 174;


BATMAN (K.G.Murray / Atlas Pub.; Australia; 1950-1962) - #65("1001 Escapes of Batman & Robin"; Green Arrow; G/VG $16);



BATTLE STATIONS (Australia; Jubilee Pub.) - #40-95(circa late 1960's),45013 (1975), 45037 (1975);


BEEP BEEP THE ROAD RUNNER (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); - #25113(circa 1970's);


BLACKHAWK (UK / British/ Strato Pub. Ltd.) - #29 (68 pages; Desert Phantoms-c/s; Blackhawks in the Raids of the Rocketeers; Rebel Blackhawk; 6 x Horror & SF stories; 1956; G/VG $12);



BUFFALO BILL 'CODY' WESTERN COMIC (L. Miller & Son Ltd.; UK) - #18(Circa 1950; Paul Bunyan-s; FA/G $9);



BUGS BUNNY (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); -

#1103(1971, Giant Edition), #19-76 (1969),

#22054(circa early 70's), #22066(Circa early 70's);



CAPTAIN VIDEO (UK/British; L. Miller & Sons) - #2(Circa 1960's);


CASPER THE FRIENDLY GHOST (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Harvey Comic reprints); -

#18-04(1968),

#20-30 (One-Shot Special; Reprints of 1950's USA Harvey comics with Casper, Spooky & Nightmare; Cover depicts Casper holding firecracker rocket; FN =$10.00);

#43120(1968, Jumbo Edition);


CONAN THE BARBARIAN (Australia; Newton Comics Pub.) - #5(1975);


CONFIDENTIAL ROMANCES (UK/British; L. Miller & Sons) - #2;


CREEPY WORLDS -- [ “AMAZING TALES” listed at top of cover ] (UK; Alan Class and Co. Lyd. Pub) -

#25, #40(G/VG $9) 76,86,98, 101, 109,113-115, 117,119,121-123, 130(Fantastic Four #6-c/s by Kirby), 135,136,138-140,147,149,158, 160, 161, 197(Mandrake-c), 212,215, 217-219,

#223(circa late 1970's?; Spanking Panels; VF=$13; VG/FN=$8); 224, 228,230,238,239,241;


CRIME PATROL (Archer Press; 68 pages; UK; 1950's) - #5(G/VG $14);


Daffy Duck (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty Ltd; Australia; B&W; 28 pages; dated 1960) -

#20-38 (One-Shot Special; Reprints of 1950's USA Dell comics with Daffy, Elmer, Speedy Gonzales; Cover depicts Casper Daffy with Boxing Gloves on Hands & Beak; VG/FN =$10.00);


DARK SHADOWS (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); -

#22065(Circa Early 1970s; Photo cover),

25171 (1975; Photo Cover);


DON WINSLOW (L. Miller & Son Ltd., based on USA Fawcett comics;) - #53 (1951; "Attack on Suaki!"; VG- $15);


DONALD DUCK'S ALBUM {Walt Disney's} [Gold Token Books / Young World Pub; UK/British] - #BSM-3 (11/1964; 84 pages; Full color; Pluto-s; Mickey Mouse & Goofy-s; Scamp-s; Uncle Scrooge app; FA/G = $8.00)


DR. SYN - Super Mag {Walt Disney's SCARCECROW} [Gold Token Books / Young World Pub; UK/British] - #SN-22 (11/1964; 36 pages; B&W and Color; VG = $17.00)


87th PRECINCT (British / UK; Top Sellers Pub) - #2(68 pages; VG $25);



FANTASTIC TALES (UK/ British; Top Sellers Ltd. Pub / Thorpe & Porter) - #4,14;


FANTASY STORIES  (UK/British; John Spencer and Co. Pub.; SCARCE; Circa 1970 ?) -#5(VG/FN $15);


FARGO KID (Strato Pub.) - #3 ( J.Severin cover & art; 68 pages; Red Larabee Gunhawk-s; Red warrior-s; FA/G $9);


FAWCETT'S FUNNY ANIMALS (Fawcett's Funny Animals (UK / British Comic; L. Miller & Sons Pub); -

#53(1947; Marvel Bunny-c; Billy & Oscar-s; Drooly the Ant Bear & Reddy Fox-s; Willie & Sammy-s; Fuzzy Bear-s; Bole & Weavel-s; Hoppy the Marvel Bunny-s; Sherlock the Monk / Sherlock Holmes Parody-s; G $10);



FOREIGN INTRIGUES (L. Miller & Son Ltd., based on USA Charlton comics) - #2(1956; FN+ $20);


FOX AND CROW AND THEIR ANIMAL FRIENDS (Top Sellers Pub., based on the USA DC comics; Flippity & Flop; Three Mousketeers, Bo Bunny, etc) - #1 (1970; color; FN/VF $20); #11(1971; FN $10); #19 (1972; VF $14);


FURY (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); - #17-44(1967; TV PHOTO cover);



THE GIRL FROM U.N.C.L.E. (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Gold Key Comic reprints); -

#20-35(1970, photo cover), 20-81(1970, photo cover);


GUNFIRE (Australia; Jubilee Pub.) - #40-81(1970, Giant Edition);


HEROES OF THE WEST (Australia; Jubilee Pub.) -

#40-86(1970, Giant Edition);

45029 (1975, Giant Edition);


HOT ROD COMICS (Arnold Book Co) #1(1952; US Fawcett-r; featuring Clint Curtis; 28 pages; POWELL-a; overall VG, but with 3/4" Wide white Duct-Tape down untire spine, thus FA/G $10);



Hot Stuff the Little Devil (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty Ltd; Australia; B&W; 28 pages; Circa 1960's) -

#20-45 (One-Shot Special; Reprints of 1950's to early 1960's USA Harvey comics with Hot Stuff & Stumbo the Giant; Cover Hot Stuff sliding down Lava from exploding Volcano; FN =$15; G/VG=$9);


I LIED FOR LOVE (Streamline Pictorial Romances Pub.; UK) - NN(1950's; VG/FN $15);


I LOVE YOU (UK/British; L. Miller & Sons; 1950's) - #4,10,14,22;


Jetsons (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty Ltd; Australia; Hanna-Barbera; B&W; 28 pages; dated 1968-1971) -

#18-20(1968), 19-44(1969), 19-61(1969)

#20-46 (with Rosie & Lippy the Lion; Cover depicts Rocket burning thru George's Newspaper; VG/FN =$12.00);

#20-46 (One-Shot Special; Reprints of early 1960's USA Hanna-Barbera's with Jetsons, Rosie & Lippy the Lion; Cover depicts Rocket burning thru George's Newspaper; VG/FN =$12.00);

#21-27(1971), 2190(1971);



JONAH HEX (South Africa; Americom Pub.) - #1(1985);


JUMBO COMICS (John Edwards Pub.; Australia) - #44 (Circa late 1940's?; SHEENA-c/s; HAWK-s; Ghost gallery-s; GGA = Good Girl Art; VG $25);


JUSTICE TRAPS THE GUILTY (UK/British; Strato Pub.) - #17(Circa late 1970's), 25(Circa late 70's);


JUSTICE TRAPS THE GUILTY (UK/British; Top Sellers Ltd. Pub.) - ##1(68 pages; Circa 1960?; G/VG $25); 2,4,6,7,39;


KID COLT OUTLAW (UK/British; Strato Pub.Ltd. Pub) #57;


KID SLADE GUNFIGHTER (UK; Top Sellers pub) - #4(Rawhide Kid-s; American Eagle-s by Severin & Elder; Kid Colt Outlaw-s; Apache Kid-s);


LASSIE (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); 17-39(1967; TV);


LIFE STORY (UK/British; L. Miller & Sons) - #9;


LITTLE ASPIRIN (UK/ British; Streamline / United Anglo-American Book Co) - #1(Atlas/Marvel reprints; NO Date - Circa 1950; VF $20);



LITTLE AUDREY (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Harvey Comic reprints); #19-74(1969);


LITTLE MAX (UK/ British; Streamline / United Anglo-American Book Co; US Harvey comics-r; Ham Fisher; Joe Palooka spin-off; 28 pages); -
#NN (#1; 1952; 4 pages early LITTLE DOT comics; 1 page LITTLE DOT Text story; FN+ $29)

#2(Humphrey-s; Rags Rabbit-s; VG $14);



THE LONE RANGER (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); #20-86(1970);


LONE RANGER (Top Sellers Ltd.; UK) - #8(1970; color; photo cover; Lone Ranger & Tonto in = "Dangerous Escort" & "The Trap"; Zachariah-s; Young Hawk-s; VG $10);


LUKE CAGE - HERO FOR HIRE (South Africa; Americom Pub.; Color; 36 Pages including covers)  

#1 (1985; Reprints Hero for Hire #1 from 6/1972, with new Collage cover art; RARE South Africa ENGLISH Language edition = MUCH Scarcer than the USA Original; Out of Hell a Hero; First appearance and ORIGIN of LUKE CAGE (aka Later POWER MAN)Marvel's FIRST Ever African-American BLACK Super-Hero; Marvel's Second ever BLACK Super-Hero (preceded by Black Panther); Stan Lee editor; Archie Goodwin story; George Tuska art;  Roy Thomas & John Romita contributions; Decent condition affordable Reprint VARIANT of this Highly Desirable Bronze Age Key issue Classic; >>>  MIKE COLTER will Play LUKE CAGE / POWER MAN, first appearing in the AKA: Jessica Jones NETFLIX TV Series; This will eventually Lead into his Own LUKE CAGE POWER MAN NETFLIX TV Series (Possibly a Team-Up with IRON FIST, because IRON FIST is also getting his own Netflix TV Series); All these Netflix TV SERIES will Later be Part of the DEFENDERS TV MINI SERIES; VG/FN = $59.00);

#1 (1985; Reprints Hero for Hire #1 from 6/1972, with new Collage cover art; RARE South Africa ENGLISH Language edition = MUCH Scarcer than the USA Original; Out of Hell a Hero; First appearance and ORIGIN of LUKE CAGE (aka Later POWER MAN)Marvel's FIRST Ever African-American BLACK Super-Hero; Marvel's Second ever BLACK Super-Hero (preceded by Black Panther); Stan Lee editor; Archie Goodwin story; George Tuska art;  Roy Thomas & John Romita contributions; Decent condition affordable Reprint VARIANT of this Highly Desirable Bronze Age Key issue Classic; >>>  MIKE COLTER will Play LUKE CAGE / POWER MAN, first appearing in the AKA: Jessica Jones NETFLIX TV Series; This will eventually Lead into his Own LUKE CAGE POWER MAN NETFLIX TV Series (Possibly a Team-Up with IRON FIST, because IRON FIST is also getting his own Netflix TV Series); All these Netflix TV SERIES will Later be Part of the DEFENDERS TV MINI SERIES; VG = $49.00)



MACABRE STORIES! (John Spencer & Co Ltd; UK; 1960's) -

#5 ("The Flaming Sword!"; VG/FN=$18; G=$10);

#6 ("Lord of the Crag!"; VG $16);



MAGNUS ROBOT FIGHTER 4000 A.D. (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Gold Key Comic reprints); - #25112 (1973);


MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN (L. Miller & Sons Pub.; 1961-1962) -

#1 (1961; Lee Falk & Phil Davis; 68 pages; Boy spanking panel on page 33; "Little Fog" & "Trapping of Tub"; FA/G $18);

#23 (1962; "Animals on the Loose" & "Thing in Space"; G/VG=$12);


THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.

Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Gold Key Comic reprints; Based on the USA TV Series)

#20-48(1970; Photo cover; Has the Cover of the USA Gold Key issue #1; The Explosive Affair; G/VG $12),

#20-73(1970, Photo cover; the Rip Van Solo affair; G/VG $10),

#21-06 (1971, Photo cover; The Ten Little Uncles Affair; G $8);


the MARVEL FAMILY (L. Miller & Sons Ltd.; UK/British series, based on the USA Fawcett comics) -

#61(1947; 32 pages; Capt Marvel, Capt Marvel Jr. & Mary Marvel-c/s; Snortville Sneeze-s; Peewee Pete-s; G/VG $20);


MASTER COMICS (L. Miller & Sons Ltd., based on the USA Fawcett comics; 1950-1958) -

#79 (Capt Marvel Jr.-c/s; Nyoka, Hopalong Cassidy; VG $20);

#138 (Spy Smasher, Hopalong Cassidy, Jawbone Jeffers; Address rubber stamp on cover, VG minus $15);



MIGHTY MOUSE (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic 1950's USA Comic reprints); - #45024 (1975; Jumbo Edition);



MY OWN ROMANCE (UK/British; L. Miller & Sons) - #9;


MYSTERY IN SPACE (UK/British; Strato Pub. Ltd.) #11;


MYSTIC {Later issues with subtitle = "Stories of WEIRD Adventure"} (L. Miller & Sons Pub; 1961-1966 series; UK; Most have USA Pre-Code & 1950's Horror&

SF reprints, from; Atlas/Marvel, Fawcett, Quality, EC & other reprints; reprints; all SCARCE to RARE; all are 68 Page GIANTS; Early issues = had STAPLES made of LEAD & thus RUSTY Staples are common & make High Grade copies SCARCER);


#30 (Host = Doctor Death; 1951-1953 Pre-Code Reprints from Fawcett's This Magazine is Haunted; the Curse of Carnoc Castle-c/s; Stand-In for Death; the Coffin Maker; Charlie; the Gun; FN =$24; VG=$16; G/VG=$12; G=$10);


#63 (LOW Print & Scarcer High Numbered issue; Devil's Side Show-c/s; 2xFawcett's Mike Barnett-s, w ith BONDAGE panels; Sinnot-a; Pakula-a; Atlas/Marvel -r; Fawcett's This Magazine is Haunted-r; G = $14.00);


#64(LOW Print & Scarcer High Numbered issue; the Fleshless Ones-c/s; 2 x classic Prize FRANKENSTEIN-r by Dick BREIFER; His Father's Secret-r from = Bondage & Torture panels; 5 x Pre-Code Atlas' Astonishing-s; Sight Unseen from EC's Crime Suspenstories #22 = Joe ORLANDO-a; FN=$25; VG=$16);


#66 (1966; LOW Print & Scarce LAST ssue; DEATH SHIP = SF-c/s from Atlas's Journey into Mystery, with classic JAY DISBROW-a; Origin Bruce Corbet the MASK-s; RULAH in "Miserable Mankillers" = GGA, by Matt Baker?; 2 x Pre-Code TRUE CRIME-s; Johnny Galaxia-s, reprint from UK's Young Marvelman = Jose M. Bea-a; G/VG = $18.00);



OUT OF THIS WORLD (UK/British; Strato Pub. Ltd.) - #4(Scarce; GOOD, Back Cover missing =$12)


OUT OF THIS WORLD (UK/British; Alan Class Pub.) - #2,4,5, 7-13,18,23;

#NN(CLOCKS-c; First Story = Journey's End”; DITKO-c/a; Capt Atom-s with Ditko-a);


OUTLAWS OF THE WEST (L. Miller & Co.; UK) - #11 ("Saga of a Badman"; Tumbleweed Fort"; "One that got away"; 1959; VG- $12);


PECOS BILL (UK) (Westworld Pub.) - #6(circa 1960's);


PHANTOM (Gordon & Gotch; Australia, based on the King Features Syndicate character; created by Lee Falk; 32 pages including covers) -

#766(1983; G/VG $5); #784(1983; cover says "New Story"; G/VG $5); #804(1984; G/VG $5); #824(1985; cover says "New Story"; G $5);


PICTORIAL ROMANCES (Australia; Jubilee Pub.) - #8-38(circa 1970; Giant Edition);


Picture Story Pocket Western (World Distributors Pub; UK/British; B&W Comics Digest; 5-1/4" x 7"; 68 pages);

#11 (1958; MAVERICK in "Stage West"; WDL Television Heroes; James Garner & Jack Kelly PHOTO cover; SCARCE; VG $22);



POLICE COMIC (UK/ British; Archer Press / Jenson/King Comic; 68 pages) - # 5 (1953; mostly US Quality-r; Painted-c; Rookie Cop-s; Radio Patrol-s; VG $18);



POPEYE (Pemberton / World Distributors; UK) - #2 (1950; Bud Sagendorf-c/a; GOLF-s; VF $25);


POPEYE (UK/ British; World Dist Pub; 28 pages); - #6(1957; Story of Swee'Pea, Boy King; Stop the Sodas; Sagandorf-a; VG/FN $15);



POPEYE the Sailor (S.A.) (Supercomix Pub.; Johannesburg, South Africa; Color; English language) - #1 (July/1978; Bee Gees - centerfold Photo pinup; VG/FN = $9.00);



POPULAR FUNNIES (Australia; Jubilee Pub.) - #40-91 (1970; Giant Edition);


POPULAR ROMANCE (UK) (World Pub.) - #5(Circa 1970; Photo Cover);


POWERHOUSE PEPPER (Real Free Press; Amsterdam, Netherlands); - #NN (1973; 28 pages including covers; English Language; B&W; Comics form the classic Timely/Marvel, with BASIL WOLVERTON-c/a; FN $15);


PRIVATE LIVES ROMANCES (UK/British; L. Miller & Sons Pub.) - #2;


RANGERS (H. John Edward Pub.; Australia; 1940's; US Fiction House contents) - #21(Rip Carson, Zero, Famous Fighters; G+ $15);


RETURN OF ZORRO (UK/ British; World Dist Pub; 28 pages); - #1(1955; Painted-c; G/VG $15);



RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Gold Key Comic reprints); - #25118(1973);


ROMANTIC SECRETS (UK/British; L. Miller & Sons Pub.) - #13;


ROY ROGERS AND TRIGGER (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); - #17-90(1967; Photo cover);


SAD SACK Comics (UK/ British; Streamline / United Anglo-American Book Co; 28 pages) - #NN(Harvey reprints; NO Date - Circa 1950; George Baker-c/a; Has cover of the US Edition of #6; Fragile Pages starting to turn Brittle, G $10);



SECRETS OF THE UNKNOWN -- [ “STRANGE TALES OF SUSPENSElisted at top of cover ] (UK/British; Alan Class and Co. Ltd. Pub.) -

#35(Steve DITKO-c/a; VG  = $15.00)

#43, 44,59,68,76, 93( Archie Shadow-c/s), 94, 96,99, 102, 104,110,114, 116, 117;

#126 (100 Page Giant - Double Sized issue; SPIDER-MAN vs LIZARD, with Human Torch-c/s; VG+ = $15);

#128,135,137, 139,142,150,152, 163,165,167,179, 211, 215,217,221,224,228, 231,232,241,242;


SPECTACULAR STORIES Magazine (UK/ British; Streamline / United Anglo-American Book Co; 28 pages); - #NN (#1; Saint Valentine's Day Massacre-s, plus 2 x True Crime-s; VG $26);



SINISTER TALES -- [ “AMAZING STORIESlisted at top of cover ] (UK/British; Alan Class and Co. Ltd. Pub.)

#9 (Circa 1964; 68 Pages; Mostly 1950’s Atlas Marvel  reprints = Many Pre-Code; Art by; John Forte, Jerry Robinson, Doug Wildey, Moskowitz, Joe Maneely, Tumilson; ½” piece off Top of Spine, Creasing to cover, thus Good = $15.00);

#48,62,71, 74,84,85,90-92,94, 107,108,113,115,119,121-127,133, 139,140,143,157(DITKO-c/a), 151,159, 173,184, 187(Capt Atom/Nightshade/Ghost-c/s; intro Nightshade; Ditko-c/a), 188,189,190,191(KIRBY-c/a), 193(DITKO-c/a), 194, 203, 205, 206, 214,217,225;


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SKIPPY - the BUSH KANGAROO ("Australia's MOST Popular TV Star"; Original B&W Comic Book; New Century Press/Fauna Productions/ Magazine Management (Marvel Comics) / Gordon & Gotch, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, PHOTO Covers From FILMS;

>>> Series with; Waratah National Park, head ranger Matt Hammond, Sonny Hammond, Mark Jerry, Clancy Merrick & Skippy the Bush Kangaroo;

>>> Written by Keith Chatto, with excellent comic artwork by Chatto; Comic Book, B&W; 7" x 9-1/2";

All New Original, made for comics, Story & Art; 28 pages including covers; Produced by Magazine Management (Marvel) by arrangement with Golden Press;

** SCARCE in ANY printing & in ANY condition);

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#20-31 ( #1 ) "FIRST Exciting Issue" 1970; "a Desperate Band brings Terror to the Wild Life Park - Till SKIPPY leads in the Law"; (G/VG=$25.00; G=$18.00);

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#20-44 ( #2 ) "SECOND Great Issue" 1970 "DEATH threatens Skippy when trappers invade the Forest in search of her Fabulous Silver-Blue Fur"; (VG=$14.00; FA/G=$7.00);

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#20-57 ( #3 ? ) 1970 , >>> " Skippy makes a strange friend & gains a fighting ally against a Forest Killer"; (SOLD OUT);

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#2107 ( #4 ? ) 1970 >>> "a Willful rich Girl caught in the path of a raging Bush-Fire! For once money can't save her - but SKIPPY finds a way"; (SOLD OUT);

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#2147 ( #5 ? ) 1971 1971. PHOTO Cover From FILM & Art By A. CUBI. (illustrator)., Written by Keith Chatto? , with excellent comic artwork by A. CUBI; >>> (G/VG=$12.00);

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SPACE FAMILY ROBINSON - LOST IN SPACE (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Gold Key Comic reprints); - #20-56(1970), 2150(1971), 28015(1978);


SPECTRE STORIES (UK/Btitish; John Spencer and Co. Pub.; SCARCE; Circa 1970 ?) - #5(FN/VF $15);


SPELLBOUND (L. Miller & Sons Pub; 1961-1966 series; UK; Most have USA Pre-Code & 1950's Horror& SF reprints, from; Atlas/Marvel, Fawcett, Quality, EC & other reprints; reprints; all SCARCE to RARE; all are 68 Page GIANTS; Early issues = had STAPLES made of LEAD & thus RUSTY Staples are common & make High Grade copies SCARCER);

#30,

#52(Last seen entering the FOG-c/s; People who Couldn't Move-s = WOOD-Like-a; classic Johnny Dynamite-s by Pete Morisi; "Fire Bug" = Don Heck-a; Face in the Mirror = Joe Orlando-a; Atlas/Marvel-r; G/VG = $12);

#64(LOW Print & Scarcer High Numbered issue; SPIDER "A Tooth for a Tooth" Horror-c/s; 2 x Pre-Code Atlas' Strange Tales-r; Fawcett's Mike Barnett-s; Man who broke the Black Hand; Saga of Poison Mike McCroy; FN/VF = $18);

#64(LOW Print & Scarcer High Numbered issue; SPIDER "A Tooth for a Tooth" Horror-c/s; 2 x Pre-Code Atlas' Strange Tales-r; Fawcett's Mike Barnett-s; Man who broke the Black Hand; Saga of Poison Mike McCroy; VG= $12);



SPOOKY (Sungravura; Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty Ltd; Australia; B&W; 28 pages) - #9 (10/1957; Bat Belfry app; Wendy-s; VG $13);



STARLORD (IPS Pub; May 13th/1978 thru October 7th 1978; Magazine size UK British Comics; 22 mostly unnumbered issues; joins with 2000 AD; Carlos Ezquerra in MOST issues on Strontium Dog);

#1 (May,13/1978; Planet of the Damned, Timequake by Ian Kennedy, Strontium Dog by Ezquerra, Ro-Busters by Carlos Pino begin; with free gift 4"x4" Foil "Starlord Trooper Badge"; The publisher used scotch tape to attach the Badge on EVERY copy printed. Due to age, the tape has dried & fallen off virtually ALL copies. Thus MOST existing copies have the bonus missing; ALL copies have either or both a Tape Stain & Tape where the badge was attached. Since this is the "natural state" as issued by the publisher, the tape is NOT considered a flaw);

#1 (May,13/1978; MISSING the Bonus gift; VF=$9; FN=$6; VG=$4);

#1 Variant-A; (May,13/1978; with free gift 4"x4" Foil "Starlord Trooper Badge - LASER SPECIALIST"; VF = $16);

#1 Variant-B; (May,13/1978; with free gift 4"x4" Foil "Starlord Trooper Badge - PILOT"; VF = $12);

#1 Variant-C; (May,13/1978; with free gift 4"x4" Foil "Starlord Trooper Badge - MEK WAR Controller ROBOT REGIMENT"; VF = $16);

#1 Variant-D; (May,13/1978; with free gift 4"x4" Foil "Starlord Trooper Badge - SKATEBOARD STRIKE FORCE"; VF = $14);

#1 Variant-E; (May,13/1978; with free gift 4"x4" Foil "Starlord Trooper Badge - TANK COMMANDER"; VF = $12);

#1 Variant-F; (May,13/1978; with free gift 4"x4" Foil "Starlord Trooper Badge - TIME WARDEN"; VF = $14);

#2 (May 20 /1978; Mind Wars by Hebden & Redondo begins; with BONUS free gift insert 6" x 7-1 /2" "Space Calculator"; VF = $12.00);

#2 (May 20 /1978; Mind Wars by Hebden & Redondo begins; with BONUS free gift insert MISSING; VG/FN=$6; G/VG=$4);

#3 (May 27 1978 Dave Gibbon art on Ro-Busters; Ian Kennedy; with BONUS free gift insert 6-1/2" x 8" "STARBLAST GAME"; VF = $12.00);

#3 (May 27 1978 Dave Gibbon art on Ro-Busters; Ian Kennedy; with BONUS free gift MISSING; VF=$7; VG=$4);

#4 (June 3 / 1978; Strontium Dog "HELL PLANET" Game Centerfold, Part-1; VF=$8; FN=$5);

#5 (June 10 / 1978; Ian Kennedy; Strontium Dog "HELL PLANET" Game Centerfold, Part-2; VF=$10);

#6 (June 17 / 1978; Ian Kennedy; Strontium Dog "HELL PLANET" Game Centerfold, Part-3; VF/NM=$12; G/VG=$5);

#7 (June 24 1978; Strontium Dog "HELL PLANET" Game Centerfold, Part-4 VF=$10);

#8 (July 1 / 1978; Strontium Dog "HELL PLANET" MUTIE CARDS and RULES; VF+ $11);

#9 (July 8 / 1978; VF+ $11);

#10 (July 15 / 1978; VF/NM $12);

#11 (July 22 / 1978; no Strontium Dog; Hardware Profile PHOTO Back-c #1; VF $10);

#12 (July 29 / 1978; Hardware Profile PHOTO Back-c #2; VF+ $11);

#13 (August 5/ 1978; Ian Kennedy; Death of a Stontium Dog?-c/s; Hardware Profile PHOTO Back-c #3; VF/NM $12);

#13 (August 5/ 1978; Ian Kennedy; Death of a Stontium Dog?-c/s; Hardware Profile PHOTO Back-c #3; VF=$10; FN=$7; VG=$5);

#14 (August 12/ 1978; Ian Kennedy; Carl Hunter in Holocaust begins; VF/NM=$12; VF=$9; FN=$6);

#15 (August 19/ 1978; VF/NM=$10; VF=$8; FN=$6);

#16 (August 26 1978 no Strontium Dog; Massacre on the Moon; VF/NM=$10; VF=$8; FN=$6);

#17 (September 2/1978; SHOCK issue; Brendan McCarthy ; CLONE WARS; Hardware Profile PHOTO Back-c #4; VF/NM=$10; VF=$8; FN=$6);

#18 (September 9/1978; Ian Gibson; Hardware Profile PHOTO Back-c #5; VG=$6; G=$4);

#19 (September 16/1978; Ian Gibson; MEK-QUAKE; VF $10);

#20 (September 23/1978; UFO in Washington-c/s; VF+ $11)

#21 (September 30/1978; Guardians of the Dark Star; VF $10)

#22 (LAST issue; October 7/ 1978; FN $8);


STAR TREK (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Gold Key Comic reprints, based on the classic Original Crew TV Series); - #22063(1972; PHOTO-c); #25141(1971; Painted-c);


STRAIGHT ARROW (New Century Press; Australia; M.E. Pub USA Western Reprints;);

#39-52 (Contains these stories; Vengeance Trail, Traps of Terror, Man with the Scar, River from Nowhere, Flaming Trail, Fence Stealers, Straight Arrow Bandit, Doom of the North wind, Menace of the Grey Wolves, Doom stalks the Treasure seeker; VG $9.00);

#40-84 (Contains these stories; Gunsmoke Trail, Fangs of Justice, Magic Medicine-Man, Marked Man, Day for Straight Arrow, Mission of Hate, the Noose, Doctor of Medicine Hat, Return of Black Feather; VG $9.00);


STRANGE STORIES (UK/Btitish; John Spencer and Co. Pub.; SCARCE; Circa 1970 ?) - #5(FN $12);


SUPERMAN (K.G.Murray / Atlas Pub.; Australia; 1946-1962) - #110(circa 1959; "Paul Paxton, Alias Superman"; Jimmy Olsen-s; "Terrible Trio"= Luthor,Prankster & Toyman; FA/G $12);


TALES OF SUSPENSE -- [ “ASTONISHING TALESlisted at top of cover ] (UK/British; Alan Class and Co. Ltd. Pub.) - #133, 134, 161, 199;



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TARZAN ADVENTURES

(based on Edgar Rice Burroughs; Westworld Pub.; 1951-1959; UK / British; B&W; 28 pages including covers; This series waspublished with LEAD Staples & thus RUSTY Staples are a VERY common Flaw; All below have RUSTY Staples; >> VF & FN/VF copies with only minor Rust) -

Volume-4 #1 (April 07/1954; Johnny Weissmuller in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Mermaids" Cover; LUBBERS & Rex Mason-a; Arziona Bill = Movie stills Photo-s; Twin Earths-s, by Al McWilliams; FN/VF $24);

Volume-4 #4 (April 28/1954; Johnny Weissmuller in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Huntress" Cover; LUBBERS-a; Arziona Bill = Movie stills Photo-s; Sister Planets-s, by Al McWilliams; VG $16);

Volume-4 #6 (May 12/1954; Johnny Weissmuller in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Mermaids" Cover; LUBBERS; Arziona Bill = Movie stills Photo-s; Sister Planets-s, by Al McWilliams; FN/VF $24);

Volume-4 #7 (May 19/1954; Lex Barker & Vanessa Brown in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Slave Girl" Cover; LUBBERS-a; Arziona Bill = Movie stills Photo-s; Sister Planets-s, by Al McWilliams; VG $16);

Volume-4 #8 (May 26/1954; Johnny Weissmuller in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Mermaids" Cover; LUBBERS; Arziona Bill = Movie stills Photo-s; Sister Planets-s, by Al McWilliams; FN/VF $24);

Volume-4 #9 (June 02/1954; Lex Barker in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan's Savage Fury" Cover; LUBBERS-a; Arziona Bill = Movie stills Photo-s; Sister Planets-s, by Al McWilliams; FN $21);

Volume-4 #10 (June 09/1954; Johnny Weissmuller in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Huntress" Cover; LUBBERS-a; Arziona Bill = Movie stills Photo-s; Sister Planets-s, by Al McWilliams; VF $28);

Volume-4 #12 (June 26/1954; Johnny Weissmuller in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Mermaids" Cover; LUBBERS; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham & Art Sansom; VG/FN $18);

Volume-4 #13 (July 03/1954; Lex Barker in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Jungle Queen" Cover; LUBBERS-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; FN/VF $24);

Volume-4 #14 (July 10/1954; Lex Barker in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the She-Devil" Cover; LUBBERS-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; VG/FN $18);

Volume-4 #15 (July 17/1954; LION cover, from Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Huntress"; LUBBERS-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; FN $21);

Volume-4 #16 (July 24/1954; Lex Barker in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Jungle Queen" Cover; LUBBERS-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; VG/FN $18);

Volume-4 #17 (July 31/1954; Johnny Weissmuller in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Mermaids" Cover; LUBBERS; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; VG/FN $18);

Volume-4 #18 (August 07/1954; Lex Barker in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Jungle Queen" Cover; LUBBERS-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; VF $28);

Volume-4 #19 (August 14/1954; Elephants scene from "Tarzan the Ape Man" Cover; Rex Maxon-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; FN=$21; VG/FN=$18);

Volume-4 #20 (August 21/1954; Lex Barker & Joyce McKenzie in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the She-Devil" Cover; Rex Maxon-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; VG/FN $18);

Volume-4 #21 (August 28/1954; Johnny Weissmuller in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Mermaids" Cover; LUBBERS & Rex Maxon-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; VG/FN $18);

Volume-4 #22 (September 04/1954; Lex Barker in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the She-Devil" Cover; ; LUBBERS-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; FN/VF $24);

Volume-4 #23 (September 11/1954; Lex Barker in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the She-Devil" Cover; ; LUBBERS-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; FN $21);

Volume-4 #24 (September 18/1954; Hippo scene from "Tarzan the Ape Man" Cover; Rex Maxon-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; VG/FN $18);

Volume-4 #25 (September 25/1954; Lex Barker RKO's current TARZAN Cover; Rex Maxon-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; One page article on GORDON SCOTT, the new Tarzan, with 1/2 page Photo inside; FN $21);

Volume-4 #26 (October 02/1954; Lex Barker in Sol Lesser's / RKO's "Tarzan and the Jungle Queen" Cover; Rex Maxon-a; Dave Logan Trail scout-s; Chris Welkin Planeteer-s, by Russ Winterbotham; VG/FN $18);

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TARZAN OF THE APES (Top Sellers Ltd.; UK) - #7(1970; Tarzan and the Cannibals of Kando-Mor; FA/G $5);


TARZAN (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); - #20-82(1970), #2136(1971);


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TARZAN MONTHLY (B&W Magazine;, Byblos Prod. Ltd, UK/British; KORAK Backup-s; new UK Only Cover Art);

#NN(1978; 68 pages; 100 Grams; Tarzan in Beastman-c/s; Tarzan in Paradise Seekers; Tarzan in White Legend; Korak in a Cinderella Story);

#4(1978; 68 pages; 100 Grams; Tarzan in Rogue Elephant-c/s; Tarzan in Bush War; Tarzan in Day the Waters Came; Tarzan in Jungle Treasure; Tarzan in Man Eater; Korak in Leopard's Revenge);

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TARZAN SUMMER SPECIAL (B&W Magazine;, Byblos Pub. Ltd.; UK/British; UK Only Covers)

#NN(1978; 68 pages; 95 Grams; Tarzan in Goddess of Pal-Ul-Don by Russ Manning; Tarzan in Wind Devil; FN, but piece off Back cover thus G $7);

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

TARZAN WEEKLY (B&W comics Magazine;, Byblos Prod. Ltd.; UK/British; KORAK Backup-s in all; Russ Manning art in Many; Many have new UK Only Cover Art; 32 pages; WEIGHT for Postage = 50 GRAMS each)

#NN(#1; June 11 1977; Tarzan & the Glorius = Russ MANNING-s/a; KORAK in Night of the Leopard Men = Evanier-s, Spiegle-a; AKUT King of the Apes-s; Tarzan & the Juggernaut by Manning; Bonus Free Gift is missing; VG/FN $12);

#NN(#11; August 20/ 1977; Woman in BONDAGE-c; VF $10); #NN(#14; September 10/1977; FN/VF $8);

#NN(#15; September 17/1977; FN/VF $8); #NN(#17; October 1/1977; FN/VF $8); #NN(#18; October 8/1977; FN/VF $8);

#NN(#19; October 15/1977; FN/VF $8); #NN(#20; October 22/1977; FN/VF $8); #NN(#20; October 22/1977; FN/VF $8);

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TERRY TOONS BIG BOOK (Australia; Jubilee Pub.) - #43121(Circa late 1960's) (Jumbo Edition), 46004(1975);


TOM AND JERRY COMICS (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints);

#20-34(1970), 21-73(1971), 22037(1972), 22058(1972);


Tom & Jerry (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty Ltd; Australia; B&W; 28 pages; Based on the MGM Animated Cartoon characters; Reprints of 1950's USA Dell comics)

#20-34 (1970; Tom & Jerry, Spike & Tyke, Fuzzy & Wuzzy, Mouse Musketeers; Cover depicts Tom & Jerry dancing on spinning Record Player; VG/FN =$9.00);

#21-73(1971; Barney Bear-s; Wuff the Prarie Dog-s; Mouse Musketeers-s; FA/G = $6);

#22037(1972; Spike & Tyke-s; Fuzzy & Wuzzy-s with Barney Bear; VG = $9);

#22058(1972; Cover depicts Tom & Jerry dancing on spinning Record Player; Same cover as #20-34, but different contents; Spike & Tyke-s; Speedy Gonzales-s; FN =$10);



TOP CAT (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); - #20-50(1970);


Top Cat (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty Ltd; Australia; B&W; 28 pages; dated 1964)

#20-28 (One-Shot Special; Reprints of early 1960's USA Hanna-Barbera's with Top Cat, Touche Turtle & Dum-Dum; Cover depicts Top Cat carried in Garbage can by gang of 5 friends; VG/FN =$10.00);



TransFormers ARMADA (PANINI Pub; Slick Color UK Comic Magazine; *** Weight for Postage = 150 Grams each);

#1(5/2003; VF Sealed Polybag, with Bonus Album & Stickers $12);

#2(6/2003; VF Sealed Polybag, with Bonus Cyber Pad $10.00);

#3(07/2003; Deception Invasion; FN, with Bonus Secret Soaker Watch, taped to cover, as issued = $9.00);

#4(08/2003; No Way Back; FN/VF, with Bonus Disc Blaster, taped to cover, as issued = $9.00);

#5(09/2003; Devices & Desires; VF, with Bonus Astro Flyers plane, taped to cover, as issued = $9.00);

#6(10/2003; Between Two Worlds; FN/VF, with Mini-Con Holding Cell, taped to cover, as issued = $9.00);

#7(11/2003; VF/NM Sealed Polybag, with Bonus Wall Glowers $9.00);

#8(12/2003; VF/NM Sealed Polybag, with Bonus Cyber Stickers $9.00);

#9(12/2003; Dawn of Destruction; VF, with Bonus Marbles & Marble-Shooter Figure, taped to cover, as issued = $9.00);



TRUE LIFE SECRETS (L. Miller & Sons; UK; based on US Fawcett comics) - #6(early 1950's; G $12); #8, 21, 23;



TUROK SON OF STONE (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); - #25097(1975);


TWEETY AND SYVESTER (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints);

#17-29(1967), 18-46(1968), 22015(1972), 22055(1972), 22076(1972);

#16-05 (One-Shot Special; Reprints of 1950's USA Dell comics with Tweety & Slyvester ; Cover depicts Tweety riding model train as Sylvester waits with net; appears VG, but with Magi Tape repairs inside spine to cover, thus G =$8.00);

#20-36 (One-Shot Special; Reprints of 1950's USA Dell comics with Tweety & Slyvester, Road Runner; Cover depicts Sylvester grabing his tail thru fence, end painted like Tweety; FN =$12.00);



the TWILIGHT ZONE (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints); - #22062 (#1; One-Shot? 1972; Has the Cover & two
Stories from the USA Gold Key #1; Perilous Journey; Voyage to Nowhere; Both with Art by Reed Crandall; VG/FN = $14.00) ; 25115(1973);


UNCANNY TALES -- [ “STRANGE SUSPENSE STORIESlisted at top of cover ] (UK/British; Alan Class and Co. Ltd. Pub.)

#26,34,57,60,61, 68,74,75,77-79,92,93, 98, 103,104,106,116, 125,130,132, 141, 145,146, 153,160,161, 164,169,176,179, #180 (Son of Vulcan-c/s; Chess theme-s; 100 pages; FN/VF $9);


VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Gold Key Comic reprints); #20-40(1970), 20-64(1970), 20-90(1970), 2121(1971), 2143(1971);


WALT DISNEY'S COMICS (Australia; Wogan Pub.) - #378(1978), 380(1978);


WALT DISNEY DAISY AND DONALD (Australia; Wogan Pub.) - #G694(1978);


WALT DISNEY SHOWCASE; THE RESCUERS (Australia; Wogan Pub.) - #F.P. 89 (1977);


WALT DISNEY UNCLE SCROOGE (Australia; Wogan Pub.) - #G693(1978), G695(1978), G697(1978);


WARRIOR (March/1982 thru February/1985; UK/British; QUALITY pub; Superb & Award Winning British comics magazine; Weight = 90 GRAMS each);

**** [ Horacio Altuna in 25-26. Martin Asbury in 18. Jim Baikie in 14-17. Brian Bolland in 3. John Bolton in 1-3. Alan Davis 4,8-11,13-16,18,20-21, 24-25(pencils 6-7). Steve Dillon in 1-11,15. Hunt Emerson in 8. Dave Gibbons in 1,6. David Jackson in 4-10, 13-21. Cam Kennedy in 14,25. Garry Leach in 1-3,5,9-10,13,26 (inks 6-7). David Lloyd in 1-16,18-26. Steve Parkhouse in 1-2,4-8,12-13,18-20 (pencils 3,9-12). John Ridgway in 12-13, 17,22-24,26 (inks 9-12). William Simpson in 19-24 (pencils 25-26). Alan Moore script in 1-26. Steve Moore script in 1-21, 23-26. Grant Morrison script in 26. Steve Parkhouse script in 1-13,17-18 ];

#1 [3/1982; 1st app of Modern Marvelman (later Miracleman) & Series Begins by Alan Moore & Gary Leach; 1st Laser Eraser and Axel Pressbutton COVER & Story & Series Begins by Peter Henry (Steve Moore) & Steve Dillon; First V for Vendetta & series begins by Alan Moore and David Lloyd; Spiral Path by Parkhouse; Legend of Prester John by S. Moore & Bolton; Father Shandor-r by Steve Moore & Bolton begin; Two pages by Gibbons; VG+=$22; G/VG=$16];

#2 (Madman by Paul Neary begins; 1st Marvelman cover; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$20; FN=$14; VG=$10);

#3 (1st Zirk by Henry & Bolland; Madman Cover & Story; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$20; FN=$14; VG=$10; G=$7);

#4 (7/1982; SCARCER issue; 52 pages; 2nd Marvelman cover; "1982 Summer Special", Marvelman by Alan Moore, Dillon, Neary & Davis; Golden Amazon by Lloyd; Axel Pressbutton origin by Henry & David Jackson; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; FN=$22; VG=$15; G=$10);

#5 (9/1982; New Shandor series by S. Moore & Jackson begins, 1st Neary & Austin Madman; First solo V for Vendetta cover; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; FN/VF=$18; FN=$14; VG=$10);

#6 (1st Davis/ Leach Marvelman, Gibbons reprints; The Spiral Path cover & story by Steve Parkhouse; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$18; FN=$12);

#7 [SCARCER issue; Last Madman issue; 3rd Marvelman cover; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; VF=$22; FN=$15];

#8 (1st Davis Marvelman, Hunt Emerson art; Father Shandor cover & Story by David Jackson; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$18; FN=$13; VG=$9);

#9 (1st app Warpsmith by Alan Moore & Leach; Axel Pressbutton-c/s by Pedro Henry & Steve Dillon; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$15; FN=$10);

#10 (2nd app Warpsmith-s, first cover by Alan Moore & Leach; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$15; FN=$10);

#11 (7/1983; Laser Eraser; 2nd solo V for Vendetta cover; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$15; FN=$10; VG=$7);

#12 (Last Spiral Path; 1st app Bojeffries Saga-c/s by Alan Moore & Parkhouse begins; Young Marvelman by Alan Moore & Ridgway; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$22; FN=$16; VG=$12);

#13 (2nd Bojeffries Saga by Alan Moore; Zirk / Amazon Girl-c/s by Henry & Leach; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$19; FN=$14; VG=$10);

#14 (Twilight World-c/s by S. Moore & Jim Baikie begins; Ektryn by Henry & Cam Kennedy; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$18; VG=$10);

#15 [Axel Pressbutton returns-c/s; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$15; VG=$8];

#16 (12/1983; Laser Eraser-r from Sounds; 4th Marvelman cover; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Laser Eraser & Pressbutton in by Alan Moore writing as Curt Vile and Pedro Henry; VF=$16; FN=$12);

#17 (3/1984; SCARCER issue; V. Shandor; Jaramsheela cover by David Jackson; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; Behind the Painted Smile Text-s by Alan Moore; VF=$18; VG=$9);

#18 (SCARCER issue; Parkhouse, Asbury reprints from Halls of Horror; Demon at the Gates of Dawn cover by Steve Parkhouse; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; FN=$15);

#19 [SCARCER issue; 3rd solo V for Vendetta cover; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; 3rd Bojeffries Saga by Alan Moore; Big Ben by Skinn & William Simpson begins, no Marvelman; VF=$19];

#20 (SCARCER issue; V filler by Lloyd & Tony Weare; Big Ben cover by Garry Leach; 4th Bojeffries Saga by Alan Moore; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$19);

#21 [8/1984; Marvelman ends (unfinished) under threat of legal action from Marvel Comics, 1st Davis Laser Eraser/ Pressbutton; Axel Pressbutton cover by Mick Austin; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; Marvelman-s by Alan Moore; VF=$18; FN=$14];

#22 (1st Bogey European reprints by Sequira & Sanchez, Liberators cover by Geoff Senior; no Shandor, Laser Eraser; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; VF=$15; FN=$10; VG=$7);

#23 (1st John Ridway Shandor; Bogey cover by Jim Baikie and Garry Leach; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; VF=$16; FN=$12; VG=$9);

#24 (Warrior on Horse battle Cover by John Bolton; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; FN/VF=$14; FN=$12; VG=$9);

#25 (Forest of Fear Cover by Garry Leach; 68 page GIANT; Ektryn by Kennedy, Shandor by John Stokes; Laser Eraser ends; V for Vendetta-s by Alan Moore; VF=$20; FA/G=$8);

#26 (SCARCE LAST issue; 2/1985; ZIRK, Devo of the Future-c; Garry Leach Zirk, Liberators by Grant Morrison & Ridgway; VF=$20; FN=$14; VG=$10; G=$7);
>>>
1996 Spring Special [published as a flip-book with Comics International #67 (April 1996) incl. concluding episode of The Liberators by Morrison & Ridgway = SOLD OUT];
>>>>
WARRIOR – Summer Special 1982 = see #4 above;

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WEIRD PLANTS (UK/British; Alan Class Pub.) - #5,9;


WENDY the Good Little Witch (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty Ltd; Australia; B&W; 28 pages; Circa 1960's)

#20-39 (One-Shot Special; Reprints of 1950's USA Harvey comics with Casper, & Wendy; Cover depicts Casper, & Wendy skipping magic rope; FN =$12.00;


WHAM (UK Weekly comic; Oldhams Press / Power Comics Pub; WEIGHT for Postage = 50 Grams each; Early issues are SCARCE, even in the UK; #132up = Power Comics LOGO on cover)

>>> Leo Baxendale's Grimly Feendish appears as a VILLIAN in the WHAM comics series "EAGLE-EYE JUNIOR SPY"

(2 pages in each issue) and i assume this is where the started.

[Grimly Feendish appears in issues = #4,6,8-17,26,32,33,83,88,93,98,100,101,102,103,105,106,107, 121,124,125,127,132, 133,139,148-150,152,153,159,160,164, 168-171];

Grimly Feendish: The Rottenest Crook in the World!” later appeared in other UK comics; (Smash & some UK Annuals); Baxendale had actually written for the New Yorker a few of the jokes that Chas Addams had drawn; Grimly Feendish, now a cult favorite character, was the subject of a song of the same name by The Damned in 1985. Apparently NEIL GAIMAN might have written a modern Grimly Feendish short story, but am am unsure where it was printed.

>>> EAGLE-EYE JUNIOR SPY in most or all issues;

The popular comic strip FRANKIE STEIN the Friendly Monster appears in virtually every issue. OTHER STRIPS in this series INCLUDE;

>> #4 contains = BIFF, General Nitt and his Barmy Army, the Wacks, Kelpie the Boy Wizard, the Tiddlers, Billy Binns, Danny Dare he's Dan Dare's number one fan, the Humbugs, Men of Destiny, the Pest of the West, Georgie's Germs, Footsie the Clown & Wuff the wonder Dog;

>>>> #84 contains = Tiddlers, General Nitt and his Barmy Army, , the Wacks, Glugg, Tornado Jones, Frankie Stein, Pest of the West,Eagle Eye Junior Spy, Danny Dare he's Dan Dare's number one fan, the Humbugs, Biff, Footsie the Clown & Wuff the wonder Dog,World of Adventure & Georgie's Germs;

>>>> #112 contains = Tiddlers, General Nitt and his Barmy Army, the Wacks, Glugg, Tornado Jones, Pest of the West, Footsie the Clown & Wuff the wonder Dog, Eagle Eye Junior Spy, Fantastic Four & Georgie's Germs;

>>>> FANTASTIC FOUR by STAN LEE and JACK KIRBY appears in #112-187;

#84(VG $10); #102(VG $10);#111(G/VG $8); #115(G/VG $7); #132(VG $9); #133(VG $9); #139(G $6); #141(G/VG $7); #144(VG $9); #159(VG $9); #160(G/VG $7); #162(VG $9); #165(VG $9); #167(G/VG $7); #168(G $6); #170(G/VG $7); #171(September 23/1967; G/VG $7);


Woody Woodpecker (Gordon & Gotch/ New Century Press Pty / Rosnock Pub; Australia; B&W; 28 pages including Covers; Contains classic USA Dell or Gold Key Comic reprints; Based on the WALTER LANTZ Animated Cartoon characters)

#19-65(1969; Pontoon Plane-c; 1pg Chilly Willy; VG/FN =$10.00);

#20-10(1970; Umbrella as Teeter-Totter-c; Chilly Willy-s; overall VG+, but with 2 small Hole-Punch Holes thru book, thus G/VG =$7);

#20-29 (Cover depicts Woody Woodpecker on Bike sipping drink as kids work peddles; FN/VF =$12.00);

#2134(1971; Piggy Bank-c; Circus-s; Golf-s; G/VG =$7);

#2179(1971; Woody as Policeman-c; Pirates-s; Indians-s; 1pg app Andy Panda; VG =$8.00);

#22020(1972; Woody as Litter collector-c; Homer the Pigeon-s; VG/FN =$9.00);

#22049(1972; Woody as Fireman-c; Rockets & Twister-s; Oswald the Rabbit & Wally the Walrus-s; VG/FN =$9.00);

#22067(1972; Kids riding Radiator made as Horse-c; Boat & Trains-s; Oswald the Rabbit-s; Homer the Pigeon-s; FN =$10.00);


WOODY WOODPECKER (UK/British; Top Sellers Pub.) - #NN(Circa 1970's);



WORLD ILLUSTRATED; (Classic Illustrated Story of...; Thorpe & Porter Ltd.; UK Great Britian; 52 pages; Color Comic; 1'3 original cover price)

#512 Through TIME and SPACE the illustrated Story of Communications (Crandall, Evans, Torres art; Highest ReOrder Number 129;

UK Edition of the World Around Us #20; VG=$10; G=$7);

#521 For Gold and Glory (Highest ReOrder Number 524; UK Edition of the World Around Us #32; Kirby, Crandall, Morrow, Evans; VG=$10; G=$7);

#523 Story of Fishing (Crandall, Evans, Ingels art; Highest ReOrder Number 524; UK Edition of the World Around Us #34; VG=$10; G=$7);

#527 Story of Boating (Highest ReOrder Number 524; Highest ReOrder Number 524; UK Edition of the World Around Us #22; Gray Morrow art; VG=$10; G=$7);

#531 Story of Northwest Passage (Highest ReOrder Number 524; UK Original, not in USA edition; G/VG $25);


YOUNG LOVE (UK/British; Arnold Book Co. / Thorpe & Porter Pub.) - #7,11,15,18;


YOUNG MARVELMAN (L. Miller & Co.; formerly Capt Marvel; 1954-1963) - 

#277(Circa 1960; MARVELMAN "and the Lost Totem" & "and the Big Fight"; Renegade U-Boat-c/s; Billy Brig & the Pirates-s; VG = $26.00);


YOUNG ROMANCE (UK/British; Arnold Book Co. / Thorpe & Porter Pub) - #28;



ZORRO COMICS (UK/ British; World Dist Pub; 28 pages; Pre-Disney Dell Four Color-r);
CHALLENGE OF ZORRO #6(1955; Painted-c; G $12);

RETURN OF ZORRO #1(1955; Painted-c; G/VG $15);

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