Total Pageviews

Tuesday, 27 December 2016

More Golden Age?

Folks, if you want to see more British Golden Age material on this blog then you'll need to show your support because, financially, its easier for me to just close the blog and concentrate on trying to get work that pays because I have gone past the crisis point.

There are individual British Golden Age collections as well as the Ultimate collection that you can find at the online store.

Freely giving out material that others use while I sit here wondering what I'm going to eat next is no longer an option.

If you support the work and effort PLEASE check out the books and you can buy and hold a real collection of GA British strips in your hands!

Thanks.

Wednesday, 21 December 2016

If I Say Abra and Cadabra Will My Freddie Fluence Work?

You want nonsensical post headers you got 'em!

Hello All!

 Still alive, barely, and I've gotten to a computer that works.  Now,  based on past experience I expect nil responses but this is Christmas! Wishes may come true...or not but you gotta try, right?

I've totally given up on trying to get scans of William A. Ward's The Bat artwork and the original Krakos the Egyptian book -though I have samples of the various Krakos strips. So I'm not going to ask for the impossible.

I know some of you belong to old Boys Papers groups, etc., so here is the list of old comic strips I'm looking for and if you can find any examples PLEASE let me know.

Abra and Cadabra -Puck 1926-1935

Bob The Pet Navvy -Jester and Wonder 1903-1906

Freddie Fluence  -Favourite 1912

Ronnie Roy -Funny Wonder 1940-1950

Professor Radium -Puck 1904-1916 (the image at the top is all I have and is VERY low res)

Merry Margie -Knockout 1939-1940

That's it.

Now, have a good Christmas and READ COMICS!!!
Up-date: it took a week but Merry Margie can now be ticked off the list but I've no objection to further sample strips!
__._,_.___