Sunday, 2 May 2021

1975 No.10, 1991 No.10 and 1979 No.21 (full issues)...

Time to roll back those years with three more from the archives, starting with another from Dan, that is No.10 from 1975, with a cover that was meant to go on No.1 before it was scrapped and never went to print, if you go to the last issue of 1974 it is stated as the next issue.  To go with that two more from me, 1991 No.10 is first, with an upgrade to 1500 pixels and finally the next 1979 issue, that is No.21, which has a Mork and Mindy feature, fairly soon to become a strip, and after a short stay Worzel leaves to make way for CHiPs, but he was to return later...enjoy...

1st march 1975 - No.10 (full issue)

Cover: Elton John by Arnaldo Putzu

Strips: The Benny Hill Page (Andrew Christine)The Tomorrow People (John M. Burns), Doctor at Sea (John Cooper), The Adventures of Black Beauty (Leslie Branton), Kung Fu (Martin Asbury) and Bless this House (Alan Parry).

9th march 1991 - No.10 (full Issue)

Cover: Wil Wheaton, LeVar Burton, Johnathan Frakes, Patrick Stewart, Gates McFadden, Michael Dorn, Marina Sirtis and Brent Spiner.

Strips: Galaxy High School (Arthur Ranson), Scooby Doo (Gordon and Maureen Grayand Garfield (Jim Davis).

19th may 1979 - No.21 (full issue)

Cover: Robin Williams and Pam Dawber by Arnaldo Putzu.

Strips: The Benny Hill Page (Bill Titcombe)Dick Turpin (Martin Asbury), Enid Blyton's Famous Five (Mike Noble), Meet the Smurfs (Peyo), Worzel Gummidge (Arthur Ranson), The Bionic Woman (John Bolton), and Mind Your Language (Bill Titcombe).

1 comment:

  1. Hi John,

    Just catching up on your posts and the Elton John from 1975 is only a strips issues when you go to download it. Thought I would let you know.