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John Weeks - Amazing Worlds

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WORLD ILLUSTRATED - 'THE JUNGLE'

WORLD ILLUSTRATED Issue 511 Thorpe & Porter Ltd (London) [Australian Reprint : Strato Publications Ltd.] 1961

Illustrated stories :
The Illustrated Story of The Jungle :
The Explorer
The Lion And The Fox
African Wildlife
The Hunter
The Missionary
Asian And North Australian Wildlife
The Scientist
Central And South American Wildlife
Today And Tomorrows

Artists and writers not credited however the art will beautifully rendered (similar styles such Windor-Smith, Gray Morrow, Frazetta etc)

... John Weeks

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ALFRED HITCHCOCK

Advertisement : The Mystery Guild

Published in the publication 'Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine', issue 361, December 1973.:

Alfred Hitchcock : "Good evening. Here are stories guaranteed to bring you many a scary evening....

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ELLERY QUEEN'S MYSTERY MAGAZINE

Publication : Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Issue 361 (Vol. 62, No. 6) , December 1973, published by Davis Publications

Contents - Fiction:
Stanley Ellin - "The Corruption of Officer Avakadian"
William Miller - "Green Ink"
Michael Gilbert - "The Death of Mrs. Key"
Edward Wellen" - "The Prisoner"
William Brittain - "Mr. Strang Discovers A Bug"
Scott Edelstein - "What Does It Feel Like"
J. F. Peirce - "The Double Death of Nell Quigley"
Alexander Agis - "The Blue Room"
Carol Cail - "Mrs. Lamb's Nose Dreams"
Carol Cail - "Garden of Evil"
Francis M. Nevins - "Six Thousand Little Bonapartes"
Madelyn Shepperd - "The Lucky Stone"
Florence V. Mayberry - "In The Secret Hollow"Isaac Asimov - "The Six Suspects"
Edward D. Hoch - The Gold Buddha Caper"
Bill Pronzini - "Proof of Guilt"
John Dickson Carr - "The Jury Box"

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... John Weeks

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CHRISTMAS GREETING CARD - 1999

Type of Card : Christmas Card
Artist : unknown
Company : Momentum Greetings
Reference No. : 325960
Release Date : 1999
Country : Australia

Any comments, or you may wish to obtain this old greeting card ($3 plus p&h), please contact me via johnweekstraveller@gmail.com .

... John Weeks

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ARTWORK : UNKNOWN ARTIST

The following artwork was featured in the Woman's World, 1 January 1939, illustrating the fiction story 'Trail's End' by Elliot Bailey. The artist was uncredited.

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ARTWORK : THE STORY OF PAPER

Tell Me Why was a UK children's educational weekly. It was published by Fleetway Publications in 1968. The format was almost tabloid size. It was a 20 page full colour glossy magazine. The publication was an English language version of a similar mag which originated from Holland.

The magazine reminded of a similar title Look and Learn with many brilliant illustrations and the occasional comic strip content.

Unfortunately credit was not provided to the artists.

Here are some illustrations that accompanied the story 'The Story of Paper', featured in issue 25, 25 February 1969.

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TWO-GUN KID

Title : Two-Gun Kid, Issue 33, 1963, published by Horwitz Publications, Sydney, Australia.

TWO-GUN KID  ISSUE 33  1963  Horwitz Publications N N Writer Artist
Two-Gun Kid   in   The Giant of Rawhide Ridge     Stan Lee Joe Maneely
Two-Gun Kid   in   Mystery In Mustang Mesa     Stan Lee Joe Maneely
The Silent Stranger     . George Tuska
Two-Gun Kid   in   The Gun-Fighter     Stan Lee Joe Maneely

Cover art by Maurice Bramley

... John Weeks

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ARTWORK : ROY BRISBANE

A lot of early women's magazines here in Australia featured excellent illustrations to their fiction pages. One of the artists that I particularly like is Roy Brisbane. Unfortunately I don't have much information about him. A Google search left me with no information. If anyone has some information or internet links for me to follow, I would be most appreciative.

The following 2 illustrations were featured in the Woman's World, 1 January 1939 :

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If anyone wants these published pages (1.1.39) from the Woman's World, featuring the art of Roy Brisbane, please contact me via info@spectrumfmradio.org - Total cost AUD $10.00 plus p&h

John Weeks

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COMICS : BATTLE PICTURE WEEKLY

DATELINE : 1976 : COMICS : BATTLE PICTURE WEEKLY

A weekly UK comic, dated 17 January 1976, featuring a nice collection of war comic strips. Published by IPC Magazines Ltd.

BATTLE PICTURE WEEKLY 19760117     WRITER ARTIST
COVER : Iron Cross of Courage
Merrill's Maurauders Eric Hebden Geoff Campion
Destroyer! Ron Carpenter Jim Watson
The Bootneck Boy  ? Giralt
Return Of The Eagle ? ?
Major Eazy Alan Hebden Carlos Ezquerra
Y For Yellow Squadron Ken Mennell Bill Lacey
Iron Cross of Courage : Dive! Dive! Dive! Eric Hebden Ian Kennedy
D-Day Dawson  :  Blow The Bridge! ? ?

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... John Weeks

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TELL ME WHY - ULYSSES

Tell Me Why was a UK children's educational weekly. It was published by Fleetway Publications in 1968. The format was almost tabloid size. It was a 20 page full colour glossy magazine. The publication was an English language version of a similar mag which originated from Holland.

The magazine reminded of a similar title Look and Learn with many brilliant illustrations and the occasional comic strip content.

Unfortunately credit was not provided to the artists. I suspect that the above illustration was by Italian artist Ruggero Giovannini but I could be wrong.

John Weeks

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ART OF CARL BLENCOE

In my previous Blog, I highlighted the artwork of D. Park Smith, whose illustrations were published in the Australian magazine Woman's World on 1 January 1939.

In that same magazine, there is an illustration by Carl Blencoe. The artwork covered the short story 'Knight In Mufti' by Gilbert Anstruther.

If anyone wants the complete original page from the Woman's World, featuring the art of Carl Blencoe, please contact me via johnweekstraveller@gmail.com - Total cost AUD $10.00 plus p&h

John Weeks

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ART OF D. PARK SMITH

In the previous Blog, I highlighted the artwork of M. Mackinlay, whose illustrations were published in the Australian magazine Woman's World on 1 January 1939.

In that same magazine, there are illustrations by D. Park Smith. The artwork covered the short story 'Marriage Is A Lottery' by Audrey Francis.

 

If anyone wants these 2 original pages from the Woman's World, featuring the art of D. Park Smith, please contact me via johnweekstraveller@gmail.com - Total cost AUD $10.00 plus p&h

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ART BY M. MACKINLAY

In the previous Blog, I highlighted the artwork of Roy Brisbane, whose illustrations were published in the Australian magazine Woman's World on 1 January 1939.

In that same magazine, there are illustrations by M. Mackinlay. The artwork covered the short story by J. H. Turner 'Farewell Performance'

 

 

If anyone wants these original pages (1.1.39, pages 17-20) from the Woman's World, featuring the art of M. Mackinlay, please contact me via johnweekstraveller@gmail.com - Total cost AUD $10.00 plus p&h

John Weeks

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ROY BRISBANE, ARTIST

A lot of early women's magazines here in Australia featured excellent illustrations to their fiction pages. One of the artists that I particularly like is Roy Brisbane. Unfortunately I don't have much information about him. A Google search left me with no information. If anyone has some information or internet links for me to follow, I would be most appreciative.

The following three illustrations were featured in the Woman's World, 1 January 1939 :

 

 

If anyone wants the fiction pages (1.1.39) from the Woman's World, featuring the art of Roy Brisbane, please contact me via johnweekstraveller@gmail.com - Total cost AUD $10.00 plus p&h

John Weeks

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SERENITY - THOSE LEFT BEHIND

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I just finished reading the 2006 graphic novel 'Serenity - Those Left Behind' published by Dark Horse Books (USA)

Stated on the back cover :

Here's how it is - in a universe filled with hearts and minds ascold and dark as the reaches of space, one small Firefly-class starship named Serenity takes its ragtag crew of mercenaries, outlaws, and fugitives in search of a job, any job, that'll earn them enough cash to afford that most elusive commodity - peace.

Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, unveils a previously unknown chapter in the lives of his favourite band of brigands in this prequel to the Serenity feature film - the blockbuster follow-up to Whedon's cult-hit TV show Firefly.

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'Serenity - Those Left Behind' was written by Joss Whedon & Brett Matthews, art by Will Conrad. This volume collects issues one through three of the Dark Horse comic-book series 'Serenity - Those Left Behind

... John Weeks

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SUPERMAN 1945

TIMELINE : 1945 : SUPERMAN COMIC STRIP

The comic strip, Superman, by Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster, was featured in a magazine supplement of the Melbourne newspaper The Argusfor many years in the 40s and possibly the 50s.

Here is a sample of the comic strip, dated 10 February 1945, that I own among many others.

...... John Weeks

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2ND BOND FILM FOR ARC MUSIC - SKYFALL

PRESS RELEASE - For immediate release

2nd Bond film for ARC Music - Skyfall

In 2006 ARC Music flirted with espionage when they provided music for the James Bond film Casino Royale.

ARC Music is now proud to announce their involvement in the next installment in the Bond franchise, Skyfall, to be released on 26th October 2012 (UK). A Turkish percussion piece by Hüseyin Türkmenler will feature in the soundtrack of the film. Entitled Konyali, the track was recorded in Ankara, Turkey, in 2001 and released by ARC Music on Hüseyin Türkmenler’s album Turkish Bellydance - Nasrah.

“We don’t yet know which scene the music is going to be used in”, says ARC Music’s Licensing Director Caren Entwistle, “but part of the movie takes place in Turkey, so we’re going to be paying very close attention to those scenes.”

“Hüseyin Türkmenler is one of our longest standing artists, so we are very pleased for his music to be featured in the film, and of course to be working with our 2nd James Bond film.”

“Daniel Craig is playing Bond again, just like in Casino Royale, which we also provided music for. Perhaps he is a good luck charm for us – we hope he continues to play Bond for many movies to come!”

The news is particular cause for celebration for ARC Music, as this is the third major film production to use the company’s music this year. Earlier in the year ARC Music successfully placed music in Sacha Baron Cohen’s The Dictator, and Abraham Lincoln - Vampire Hunter, produced by Tim Burton.

Other major films to use the company’s music in recent years include Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Burn After Reading, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Conan The Barbarian 3D, Machine Gun Preacher, The Kingdom, Munich, The Constant Gardener, War, and The 40 Year Old Virgin, to name a few.

Skyfall is currently the subject of a major promotional campaign. As well as the usual furore that surrounds the release of a James Bond film, distributors MGM/Columbia/Sony and production company Eon are going into overdrive on promotion to celebrate 50 years of James Bond in film (the first Bond film, Dr. No, was released in October 1962). Skyfall’s main theme tune, sung by Adele, is currently top of the iTunes charts.

Directed by Oscar-winner Sam Mendes (American Beauty), Skyfall sees Dame Judi Dench reprise her longstanding role as M, while Ralph Fiennes and Albert Finney also star. Oscar-winner Javier Bardem (Best Supporting Actor, No Country for Old Men) stars as Raoul Silva, the film’s main villain. Daniel Craig carries the License to Kill as 007.

ARC Music was established in 1976 to preserve the ethnic music of world cultures, and to spread traditional and original music with a positive message. The label now offers the largest selection of traditional and contemporary ethnic music from all corners of the world. For further information please contact:

Chris Tomsett, ARC Music Productions International www.arcmusic.co.uk

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By the way, this week's issue of The Big Issue highlights an article on James Bond. Here's the cover of the magazine :

...... John Weeks

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DINOSAUR TRADING CARDS

I have these excellent glossy trading cards that I am willing to sell if anyone is interested in buying.

The cards were published by the Canadian Museum of Nature. The artwork is by Ely Kish.

The price for each card is AUD $3 (plus postage & handling).

...... John Weeks

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Subject : Triceratops
Card Number : 3
Subject : Fabrosaur
Card Number : 5
Subject : Diplodocus
Card Number : 10
Subject : Maiasaura
Card Number : 14
Subject : Sauropelta
Card Number : 19
Subject : Massospondylus
Card Number : 24
Subject : Dromiceiomimus
Card Number : 31
Subject : Apatosaurus
Card Number : 33
Subject : Pachycephalosaurus
Card Number : 19
Subject : Saurolophus
Card Number : 44
Subject : Microvenator & Tenontosaurus
Card Number : 55
Subject : Ankylosaurus
Card Number : 81
Subject : Pleurocoelus
Card Number : 16
Subject : Hesperornis
Card Number : 90
Subject : Hypacrosaurus
Card Number : 96
Subject : Stygimoloch
Card Number : 97

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VALIANT COMICS

Here's an advertisement (1976) promoting the UK weekly comic strip title Valiant, published by IPC Magazine Ltd.

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THREE NUNS TOBACCO

DATELINE : 1924 - ADVERTISEMENT - "THREE NUNS TOBACCO"

The advertisement is featured in The Illustrated London News, May 10, 1924 (page 822].

Description :

'Search the World

-- and you will hardly find a tobacco so soothing at all times, so even in burning, so cool and dustless as Three Nuns. The curiously cut circlets, each in itself a perfect blend, are responsible for the uniformity of quality and fragrance for which Three Nuns is famous. Smoke Three Nuns and you will search no more.'

The artist is unknown even though there appears a signature of sorts but it is difficult to read. Anyone who knows who the artist is I would be mighty appreciative in knowing.

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BATTLE PICTURE WEEKLY

DATELINE : 1976 : COMICS : BATTLE PICTURE WEEKLY

A weekly UK comic, dated 10 January 1976, featuring a nice collection of war comic strips. Published by IPC Magazines Ltd.

BATTLE PICTURE WEEKLY 19760110     WRITER ARTIST
COVER : Major Eazy       Carlos Ezquerra
Merrill's Marauders Eric Hebden Geoff Campion
Destroyer! Ron Carpenter Jim Watson
Iron Cross of Courage : Drop Into Hell Eric Hebden Mike Western
Great Escapes Eric Hebden Linden Agency
Major Eazy Alan Hebden Carlos Ezquerra
Y For Yellow Squadron Ken Mennell Bill Lacey
Return Of The Eagle ? Mike Dorey?
The Bootneck Boy  ? Giralt
D-Day Dawson  :  Too Good To Die! ? ?

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... John Weeks

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MIGHTY HEROES ANNUAL 1985

This hardcover comic book is a bit of a mystery. Firstly, the item was published in London by a small short-lived publisher, Opal Quill Limited, and printed in Spain by Grijelmo, S.A. Bilbao.

The book features super hero/science fiction, action adventure strips, all in colour. Stories include : Fifth Dimension: Earth Attack, The Titans: Commander Zeus, The Ribbon Muders (A Case for Inspector Dan), Centaur: Into Another World, Fifth Dimension: The Chelsea Butcher. These stories appear to be translated and reprinted from Spanish comics. Unfortunately I have no further information of what titles of Spanish comics that these stories originate from. A shame really, as the artwork is quite good.

My copy of the Mighty Heroes Annual 1985 (12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall UK hard cover annual) is in good condition, without dust jacket. Hardback: Illustrated board cover with white spine red/black writing, glazed pictorial boards.

If anyone wants this comic, please contact me via johnweekstraveller@gmail.com . The price is only AUD $15 plus p&h

... John Weeks

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BILLY THE KID COMIC

Title : Billy The Kid, Issue Vol. 1 No. 36, October 1962.

As I have a great appreciation of comics from all the world, I came across this comic, titled Billy The Kid. This title was published by Charlton Comics in USA.

As stated in Wikipedia :

Billy the Kid is a Western comic book series published by Charlton Comics, with stories of a fictional character based on the historical Billy the Kid. Taking over the numbering of a previous Western comic, Masked Raider, Billy the Kid was published from issues #9-153 (Nov. 1957 - March 1983). The Billy the Kid character made his first appearance in Masked Raider #6. Regular backup features in the book included Bounty Hunter Shawn O'Meara, Tenderfoot Sheriff John Lind, Mr. Young Of The Boothill Gazette, and Apache Red.Regular contributors to the title included writer Joe Gill, and artists Pat Boyette, Jose Delbo, Jack Keller, Sanho Kim, Rocke Mastroserio, Charles Nicholas, Warren Sattler, and Carl Wessler.

This issue of Billy The Kid (as pictured), stories include :

Billy The Kid in "Rimrock Rustlers"
"Trails West"
Billy The Kid in "The Comancheros"
"The Cowboy's Horse"
Billy The Kid in "A Faster Gun"

The artwork of the Billy The Kid stories was by NICHOLAS & ALASCIA [ Charles Nicholas and Vince Alascia ]. The other stories no credit was given for the artwork. The writer of all the stories was also not provided.

The cover art was by Dick Giordano

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BEST SF STORIES FROM NEW WORLDS 8

I have just completed reading the book 'Best SF Stories from New Worlds 8' edited by Michael Moorcock, published by Panther Books in 1974.

It was most enjoyable to read a nice selction of speculative stories in the science fiction genre.

Contents :
'A Boy and his Dog' - Harlan Ellison
'The Fall of Frenchy Steiner' - Hilary Bailey
'The Bait Principle' - M. John Harrison
'Salvador Dali' - J. G. Ballard
'The Last Lonely Man' - John Brunner
'The Radius Riders' - Barrington Bayley
'The Big Sound' - Barrington Bayley
'The Ship That Sailed the Ocean of Space' - Barrington Bailey
'Double Time' - Barrington Bayley
'The Erogenous Zone' - Graham Charnock

No credit was given to the cover artwork

If anyone wants this book, please contact me via johnweekstraveller@gmail.com . The price is only AUD $10 plus p&h

... John Weeks

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CARTOON ADVERTISING

DATELINE :1989 - CARTOON ADVERTISING

Here are some examples of advertising involving cartoonists :

Financial Review - 11 September 1989

 

The Post (Knox Sherbrooke) - 15 November 1989

 

Sun-Herald - 1989

John Weeks .... Any comments, please direct them to johnweekstraveller@gmail.com.... John Weeks

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COWBOY ADVENTURE LIBRARY

Title : Cowboy Adventure Library, Issue 717, 1979

As I have a great appreciation of comics from all the world, I came across this comic, titled Cowboy Adventure Library. This title was published by Micron Publications Ltd. (Faygate, Horsham, UK) and printed in Spain.

Cowboy Adventure Library began in 1964 and ceased publication in 1983 (?)

Sadly, with this title, like many such digest comics published in the UK, credit was not forthcoming in respect to the artist and writer of the story.

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... John Weeks

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ART : AUSTRALIAN LIFEWRITERS ASSOCIATION

DATELINE :1989 - AUSTRALIAN LIFEWRITERS ASSOCIATION

I am not sure if the advertising campaign had any affect to the company's profits but I do like the illustration that they used. Unfortunately there is no mention of the artist's name. The advertisement was featured in the newspaper publication Financial Review, 25 September 1989.

These Days Everybody And His Dog Claims To Be An Expert

It's never been more vital to get sound advice on secure investments for your family or busness.

That's why the professional body of Life Insurance Agents, the Australian Lifewriters Association, created the credential, "Accredited Lifewriter".

Stringent standards ensure that only fully trained thoroughly experienced professionals are endorsed as Accredited Lifewriters.

It's your guarantee of sound ethical advice on the most important financial decisions you'll make in your lifetime.

AUSTRALIAN LIFEWRITERS ASSOCIATION

 

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THE A-TEAM

DATELINE : 1984 - THE A-TEAM COMIC

From Wikipedia :
The A-Team is an American action adventure television series about a fictional group of ex-United States Army Special Forces who work as soldiers of fortune while being on the run from the military after being branded as war criminals for a "crime they didn't commit". The A-Team was created by writers and producers Frank Lupo and Stephen J. Cannell (who also collaborated on Wiseguy, Riptide and Hunter) at the behest of Brandon Tartikoff, NBC's Entertainment president. Despite being thought of as mercenaries by the other characters in the show, the A-Team always acted on the side of good and helped the oppressed. The show ran for five seasons on the NBC television network, from January 23, 1983 to December 30, 1986 (with one additional, previously unbroadcast episode shown on March 8, 1987), for a total of 98 episodes.

From my collection, I have the three issue comic book series of The A-Team, published by Marvel Comics in USA in 1984.

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LETTERER
EDITOR
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
ART DIRECTOR
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A-TEAM # 1 MARCH 1984 MARVEL
DIAMONDS ARE A THIEF'S BEST FRIEND JIM SALICRUP MARIE SEVERIN CHIC STONE MARIE SEVERIN BRAD JOYCE SOL BRODSKY JIM SHOOTER JOHN ROMITA
                 
A-TEAM # 2 APRIL 1984 MARVEL
WHO KILLED KURAMOTO? JIM SALICRUP JIM MOONEY JOE GIELLA STAN GOLDBERG L. P. GREGORY SOL BRODSKY JIM SHOOTER JOHN ROMITA
                 
A-TEAM # 3 MAY 1984 MARVEL
THE FLIGHT OF THE REDBIRD ALAN KUPPERBERG ALAN KUPPERBERG BRIAN MOORE STAN GOLDBERG BRAD JOYCE SOL BRODSKY JIM SHOOTER JOHN ROMITA
                 

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SMASH COMICS

DATELINE : 1966 - SMASH COMICS

My comic interest started around 1963. I was aged 10 years. It was the British comics that first got my attention and interest. Titles included in that period were Buster, Victor, and even the picture library comics. Later on I got excited by what the Americans were producing, Marvel comics in particular. Imagine my joy when a British comic title, Smash!, landed on the comic shelves in 1966. This comic featured British adventure stories in serial form (as well as funny cartoony characters) however what got me excited were the reprints of the Marvel Comics superheroes, such as the Hulk, Fantastic Four, The Avengers etc.

Smash! was published by Odhams Press in London, and then later by IPC Publications Ltd.

A total of 270 issues, from 5 February 1966 to 3 April 1971, were published.

The first Smash! comic that I purchased was Issue 15, dated 16 May, 1966. I think it was this comic that really started my passion, and most likely 'obsession', in comic collecting.

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INTERSTELLAR EMPIRE by JOHN BRUNNER

I just completed reading the science fiction novel by John Brunner titled 'Interstellar Empire'. It was one of those books you carry around with you while you are travelling in public transport.

The blurb on the back cover of the book states :

Interstellar Empire - A galactic realm whose fall was shrouded in a mystery only less deep than the mystery of its birth ...

A collapse which left worlds suspended between a glorious past and a future so bleak it was already nicknamed 'The Long Night' ...

In three dramatic episodes John Brunner tells of Vix and Spartak, Terak and Ordovic, and Kelab who is called The Conjurer - heroes striving to resist the downfall of the greatest empire man has ever known ... The Interstellar Empire!

If anyone wants this book, please contact me via johnweekstraveller@gmail.com . The price is only AUD $10 plus p&h

... John Weeks

 

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