A true master of British humour comics has passed, best known for this work on TV Comic and Look-In
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A guide to the work of a Master of British Comics – and more
A tribute to one of British comics greatest talents, who has delighted his fans for decades
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We’re sorry to report the passing of former Polystyle Publications staff member John Harvey, whose duties included editor of Pippin in Playland, and who also wrote the title’s “Sooty and Sweep” stories
We’re sorry to report the death of comic artist Bill Mevin, who passed yesterday, aged 97. Perhaps best known for his work on TV Comic‘s “Doctor Who” strip and his work on later episodes of “The Perishers” with Maurice Dodd… Read More ›
Here’s a few examples of the wonderful “Come on, Steve” strip, and a tribute to the strip’s creator, Roland Davies. Davies drew for the strip for both the Sunday Express and the Sunday Dispatch and I loved reading the stories… Read More ›
Skippy the Bush Kangaroo is one of Australia’s all-time most successful cultural exports. The TV show had a global audience in the early 1970s of more than 300 million – and the character was a star that rivalled Doctor Who… Read More ›
Not to be confused with the TV show of the 1960s (or its associated comics), “Skippy the Kangaroo” was an odd little humour strip that ran in the first volume of Eagle, and has been dismissed by some fans of… Read More ›