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Classifieds / Look and Learn and Spiderman comics for sale.
« on: 26 July, 2018, 08:29:15 pm »
Approximately 200 issues of the educational magazine for kids, from 1975-1979. Packed with fabulous illustrations and knowledge! €45 including post, anywhere on the island of Ireland, further afield the post will be more.

96 issues of Pannini 'The Astonishing  Spiderman for sale from 2009-2013.
Each issue is giant sized, collecting 3 American comics in each issue. Over 6000 pages (yes 6000!) €1 each, or I will take €65 including post, again any where in Ireland for the lot. PM me in interested!

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Events / Omagh Comic Fest September 2018
« on: 21 July, 2018, 12:49:03 pm »
The organisers of the Enniskillen Fest have announced another event in Omagh for the 8th of September. These are great events, and there's a fantastic line up with lots of 2000 AD creators!
I should be there too with a Hibernia table, so pop by and say Hello!

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Books & Comics / The Fleetway Files.
« on: 15 May, 2018, 09:29:14 am »
I hope this is allright to post here, I think there may be some interest.
Hibernia's new Comic Archive is now available in print on the Comicsy website here http://www.comicsy.co.uk/hibernia/
I also have digital copies prepared , drop me a PM if interested.
The Fleetway Files will be of interest to anyone who likes British comics and Rebellion Treasury line, Here is the blurb!

New from Hibernia ‘The Fleetway Files’ the forth in its ‘Comic Archive’ series, available now to buy here: http://www.comicsy.co.uk/hibernia/
Fleetway File’s explores the publishing phenomenon that was IPC Magazine’s comic division. Formed in 1969, the comic division brought together different comic publishing houses under one group and thereafter published an avalanche of titles and creativity for the best part of two decades.
Fleetway Files looks at all facets of this time, from Girls and Humour to Football and Adventure, with interviews and contributions from all the main movers e.g. David Hunt, Barrie Tomlinson, Bob Paynter and the late Gil Page.
Fleetway Files also contains interviews with Scott Goodall, James Nicholas (Tomlinson), Ian Vosper, and a small contribution from the late Jan Shepheard, and much more.
The launch of the new Eagle and the genesis of its incarnation of Dan Dare is examined with the help of Barrie Tomlinson and David Hunt . West County eighties cosplayer, coffins in Kings Reach Towers and Dan Dare movie treatments are all included!
Incredible rare and never seen before artwork by Ian Kennedy and Vanyo is seen in the ‘Creating Comics’ section, looking at the original pitch and characters sketches of Wildcat comic and Battle’s ‘Storm Force’
For more rare artwork via Brazil we have a Sticker album featured, and why should we be interested? It’s fully painted by the incredible Ian Kennedy!
Massimo Belardinelli art collector Robbie Cox treats us to an amazing double page spread of previously unpublished Belardinelli artwork, intended for the short lived Tornado, curiously working from Brian Bolland designs!
If that’s not enough, in association with Rebellion we proudly have the ‘Treasury of British Comics Sampler’ 16 page section or ‘pullout’ in grand Whizzer and Chips tradition! Rebellion’s Ben Smith and Keith Richardson tell of Rebellions acquisition of the Fleetway archive and their plans for the future.
Also included courtesy of the Treasury line is the origin of ‘Hot Shot Hamish’, ‘Sergeant Strong’, Zenith’s ‘Amazing Three’ and more with art from British legends like Ken Reid, John Burns and Denis McLaughlin.
Written and Edited by David McDonald (Scream Zine ‘It’s Ghastly’, ‘Beyond 2000AD’ and ‘One Eyed Jack and the Death of Valiant’) with additions articles by Jenni Scott, (JintyBlog) and Matt Bowen (Buster Website)
Design and additional material by Richard Pearce and article editing by Mike Donachie, with a big thanks to Dez Skinn for some last minute proof reading, yes that Dez Skinn!
‘The Fleetway Files’ is Hibernia’s most ambitious offering, 106 pages plus cover, perfect bound, lavishly illustrated with colour throughout. All of Hibernia’s previous ‘Comic Archive’ sold out fast, so don’t miss out.
ONLY available in print from the Comicsy website here http://www.comicsy.co.uk/hibernia/
Please share far and wide. All Hibernia titles are limited print runs, get it here for £10.49 before is sells out!
Please allow 10 working days for delivery, it usually is much quicker, but on rare occasions can take a while.




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Help! / Starlord Badges
« on: 16 April, 2018, 11:02:25 pm »
Has anyone got all six of the Kevin O'Neill designed badges that were given away with issue one of Starlord?
I have the Skateboard one but I need hi-res scans of the other five for a little project I'm working on...  :ssh:

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Books & Comics / New Eagle Telly Ad.
« on: 29 March, 2018, 10:49:50 pm »
This cropped up on Down the Tubes today, the Television ad for the first issue of The New Eagle.
 Lew Stringer found it on YouTube! If only the Scream ads and the one for Starlord could be found.

https://youtu.be/FHWK6nThxdQ

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Books & Comics / Missing Dredd tales?
« on: 24 January, 2018, 10:40:28 pm »
OK, so John Wagner is probably my favourite comic writer, I especially love his more hard boiled material like Buttonman, History of Violence, procedural Dredd and the Western Stronts.
The current Wagner Death tales are OK, but if I'm honest I'm enjoying the other version of Death and his pals more at the moment.
Wagner's current Death tales do beg a few questions, and I don't think they have  been addressed.
 For example how did the DJ's escape from PJ Maybe and where did Death spring from, I though he was nuked (could that 'kill' him?). How did PJ escape for the DJ's, and end up with his friend in his head, and was it really PJ that Dredd killed?

Maybe all this has been explained and I'm missing something :-[ Any thought?

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Help! / Zenith Titan Vol. 1
« on: 06 January, 2018, 12:40:49 am »
Has anyone got the first Titan volume of Zenith?
 I'm not looking to buy, as I have it somewhere, but for the life of me I cant find it. From what I remember there is a small piece at the start about the origins of Zenith, including a drawing Grant did of Zenith that later appeared in Ark. If anyone has it any chance I could get a scan of the article?

Cheers,

David

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Help! / Forum member Marbles.
« on: 15 May, 2017, 10:50:04 pm »
Wondering if any forum member has contact details for forum member Marbles who used to be very active here years back, if anyone has I suppose PM it too me might be the best way (did try PMing too).  Thanks!

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Books & Comics / The Tower King, new edition.
« on: 05 April, 2017, 01:35:20 pm »
This might be of interest, hope no one minds me posting it here.

'For the new Eagle’s 35th anniversary comes a new edition of the classic story, ‘The Tower King’ from Hibernia.
Written by Alan (Meltdown Man) Hebden and illustrated by Jose (13th Floor, Creepy, Eerie) Ortiz, The Tower King tells the tale of Mick Tempest and his struggles to survive in a London plunged into Medieval anarchy by the complete loss of electricity.
Brilliantly written by Alan Hebden, and the artwork by Ortiz is among his best.
76 pages plus cover, soft cover, square bound, B&W/Greyscale,
Very limited quantities of these are available, and can be bought by mail order only, at the Comicsy website, here; http://www.comicsy.co.uk/hibernia/
Please allow two weeks for delivery, delivery in most cases will be quicker, but there can be occasional delays.'

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Help! / Anyone with Saturday Dredd Cutout's from 1982?
« on: 20 February, 2017, 10:59:27 pm »
As the title might mislead, I'm not after the Dredds.

Joker (not the Batman villian) drawn by the great Did Burgon from Whizzer and Chips is supposed to have appeared in the Daily Star in 1982. I wondering if any of the forum member with the cutouts from this time could confirm if Joker did appear and a scan too if possible!

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Books & Comics / 'It's Ghastly', a Scream! comic history
« on: 27 October, 2016, 02:12:51 pm »
At last this 'Zine is here,

Info below and many thanks to Rebellion for helping with permission.

'On sale at last here at last! http://www.comicsy.co.uk/hibernia/
The third in Hibernia's 'Comic Archive' series is here, taking a look at the dark underside of British comics with 'It's Ghastly, the untimely demise of Scream!'

Scream! comic appeared on the newsagents shelves for just 15 issues in 1984 but managed to leave a fearsome reputation behind.

Featuring the work of, to name a few, John Wagner, Alan Grant, Simon Furman, Alan Moore, José Ortiz, Eric Bradbury and Brendan McCarthy, Scream has built up a cult following over the years, with back issues and Holiday specials now highly collectable.

Scream's sudden disappearance from the newsagents led to rumours of it being removed because of parents complaints, or being the victim of a strike.

'Its Ghastly' delves into the murky world of Scream with contributions from all of its editors, Barrie Tomlinson, Ian Rimmer and Simon Furman to uncover the truth of its demise.
Scream's six Holiday Specials come under scrutiny and uncovers the origins of such stories as 'Black Beth' and Dave Gibbons 'The Nightcomer' and also included is a cover recreation to issue 16, and the actual covers to 17,18, and 19.

The highlight is a complete 16 page Nightcomer's tale that was due to start probably in issue 18 of Scream but lay unpublished until now. Join Rick and Beth for one last supernatural adventure by Simon Furman and José Gonzales and much more in 'Its Ghastly', the ultimate Scream companion.
64 pages (10 in colour)

Saddle Stitched

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Books & Comics / Barrie Tomlinson's 'Real Roy of the Rovers Stuff'
« on: 22 October, 2016, 01:47:18 pm »
I just put a piece on FB about this, I think there will be some interest for some here, it make a nice companion to Steve MacManus' book.

From FB.

'I got a copy of Barrie Tomlinson's 'Real Roy of the Rovers Stuff' earlier in the week.
For those of you not familiar with Barrie Tomlinson, Barrie was working his own comic revolution when Wagner, Mills, Gosnell and MacManus were creating Battle, 2000 AD and Starlord.
Tomlinson took Roy of the Rover, a popular comic character from Tiger and launched him in his own title, and in turn making Roy a national institution.
The book details how he used his PR talents to bring Roy to the attention of the national media, getting celebrity's writing for Roy of the Rovers and even starring in the strip!
He also details his development of more 'soap' style storyline's with writer Tom Tully.
Packed with photos, press releases, newspaper heading, and unseen material like the proposed stamp set for Euro 96, it's an entertaining read.
It also covers some familiar ground of the office working in IPC in the seventies and eighties, a perfect compliment to Steve MacManus' 2000AD book 'The Mighty One'
Other comics that Tomlinson was responsible for are, Speed, The new Eagle, Scream, Wildcat and many more.'


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Events / Enniskillen Comic Fest
« on: 06 May, 2016, 09:28:58 am »
Its on this weekend, fantastic line up.
I unfortunately can make it, and its not to far either :'(
Anyone going?

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General / Lost Bolland cover?
« on: 03 May, 2016, 10:41:49 pm »
Might be a bit of a dramatic title, but while looking for something completely different I found a small image in a Fanzine online called AKA.
 It features an interview with Dave Gibbons and Brian Bolland, and accompanying it was a small picture of the first Forbidden Planet catalogue.
Pictured below if I can get it to work, I reckon its a Bolland Dredd cover that I have never seen. Its very poor resolution, but it enough to have an idea of the cover. Does anyone have a good copy of the cover? 1978 at a guess.

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Classifieds / Assorted British comics for sale
« on: 10 April, 2016, 08:08:55 pm »
As the title says, I have the following for sale, to punters in Ireland north and south. Postage elsewhere may be prohibitive, but Ill send anywhere!

Battle

64 issues of Battle from 1977-1985, most issues from 81-85. 45 issues are in good condition, the remainder are in reasonably good condition, some small rips to spine, creases, good reading copies.  €50

Warlord

33 warlord in very good condition plus 9 more with the back covers missing, mostly from 1976-1976. Also included is two warlord annuals, in complete reading condition, not mint €35

Tiger

57 issues, mostly from 1975 and 1981.
Good condition.  €40

Roy of the Rovers

61 issues of Roy for the Rovers from 76-82, mostly from 80-81. 40 in good condition, the rest are complete reading copies, not mint. Also included is the Roy annuals from 1978 and 1990. 78 in poor but complete condition, 90 in good condition.  €50

The Crunch

Issues 1,2,3, 5.6, good condition, €20

Marvels FOOM

5 issues of Marvels Editorial magazine FOOM from 1974 issues 4-8. Featuring interviews with artists and previews of new Marvel comics. Very rare as far as I know, I think these were only available by subscription, in very good condition. €80

pm me if interested in anything, Cheers!






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