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  • 2000A.D
  • Beano

    The Beano comic is a British children's comic, published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd. The comic first appeared on 26 July 1938 and was published weekly. During the Second World War, The Beano and The Dandy were published on alternating weeks due to paper and ink rationing. D.C. Thomson's other publications also suffered with the Oor Wullie and The Broons annuals falling victim to paper and ink shortages. Paper and ink supplies were fully restored shortly after the end of hostilities and weekly publication of The Beano and The Dandy soon followed. As of 2007, over 3000 issues have been published.

  • Adventure
  • Battle
  • Blast
  • Buster and Giggle
  • Cherie
  • Dandy

    The Dandy is a long running children's comic published in the United Kingdom. It is published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd. The first issue was printed in 1937 and it is the world's second longest running comic.

  • Debbie
  • Eagle
  • Jack and Jill
  • Forces in Combat
  • Jinty
  • Mickey Mouse Weekly
  • Marilyn
  • Romeo
  • Scream
  • Savage Sword of Conan
  • Smash!

    Smash! was a weekly British comic, published first by Odhams Press and then by IPC Publications Ltd from Fleetway. It ran for 270 issues, from 5 February 1966 to 3 April 1971, when it was merged into Valiant. During 1967 and 1968 Smash! was part of Odhams' Power Comics line, absorbing its sister titles Pow! on 14 September 1968 (issue 137) and Fantastic on 2 November 1968 (issue 144).

  • Sparky
  • Spike
  • Spiderman Weekly
  • Swift
  • Tiger and Scorcher

    Tiger was a British comic. The comic was launched under the editorship of Derek Birnage on the 11 September 1954, under the name Tiger - The Sport and Adventure Picture Story Weekly, and featured predominantly sporting strips. Its most popular strip was Roy of the Rovers, a football based strip recounting the life of Roy Race and the team he played for, Melchester Rovers. This strip proved so successful it was spun out of Tiger and into its own comic. In the mid 70s the comic was merged with the football magazine Scorcher and became known as Tiger and Scorcher - unusually for such mergers it kept this title for several years. Later there was a further, less successful merger with another comic called Speed. The end finally came on 30 March 1985, with some strips moving to The Eagle.

  • Tammy and Misty
  • TV Comic
  • Valentine
  • Victor, The
  • Whoopee
  • War Comics
  • Warlord

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