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Jack Clayton the Paddywack artist...
I'm thinking of buying some original comic art on ebay...

Just bought for £35

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I love how the monsters are there in different places when he opens his eyes again...

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A few years ago, I saw a Birdman & Chicken from Krazy original art. I thought, nah, it'll be there another time. Needless to say I've never seen one since. :headbash:

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Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:44 pm
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It was hard to spend £35 But i've always loved to own a Reg parlett...its amazing to think that this is what he has drawn...I love looking up close to the picture...so taken the plunge...

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If anyone sees Frank's Cheeky original art...I know Frank wants to buy it..he would love to own his work again...
though being a fan of his..it would be hard not to want to keep it for yourself..Frank has offered to draw something in exchange..

I'm looking out for Tom Paterson's Sweeny Toddler original art for Whizzer and chips..

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I have hust seen your blog & think its great but where on earth did you get that scream inn coffee table book it looks beautiful was it a fan made home made jobbie or was it ever sold in the shops & are there any more titles in this vein. im well jealous & this is the type of books i would love collecting all Ken Reid's Jonah etc.


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starscape wrote:
A few years ago, I saw a Birdman & Chicken from Krazy original art. I thought, nah, it'll be there another time. Needless to say I've never seen one since. :headbash:


This is exactly what happened to me in my very early collecting days some six years ago when I saw a page of Scream Inn by Brian Walker on eBay. I didn't bid on it then but got myself another piece later on.

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big bad bri wrote:
where on earth did you get that scream inn coffee table book


See my reply to your comment on my blog.

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Tue Apr 02, 2013 6:44 am
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Strange things are happening to my blog because it has stopped showing in Google search and people who have it in their Blog Lists see that the last update was a month ago, although I do a new post every three days. Any ideas what the problem might be??
The last post is about Leo Baxendale’s Sweeny Toddler in Shiver and Shake. I have also included the very first episode by Tom Paterson. Check it out here: http://kazoop.blogspot.com/

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Thanks for the heads up..

reading it I like the fact you've pinpointed the last Sweeny Toddler by Leo..

Sweeny Toddler is one of my favourtie characters drawn by Tom..love the later whoopee's and Whizzer and chips version best..Graham Exton has to be a big factor has well...the writer...

But great fun the early ones as well with the splodge blobby character eating different people I love ham and eggs But Sam's legs or something like that..and the mystery man with the beret in the background and other hidden details..

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A review and index of SHIVER AND SHAKE's Creepy Creations is now up on my blog here: http://kazoop.blogspot.com/2013/06/a-look-at-shiver-shake-strips-creepy_5.html

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A review of Brian Walker's second excllent strip in Shiver and Shake Wizards Anonymous is now up on by blog here:

http://kazoop.blogspot.com/2013/06/a-look-at-shiver-shake-strips-wizards.html

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A review of the SHIVER AND SHAKE run of Grimly Feendish is now up on my blog here:

http://kazoop.blogspot.com/2013/06/a-look-at-shiver-shake-strips-grimly.html

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I have finished covering all SHIVER AND SHAKE strips on my blog with this last blogpost decidated to Star Guest feature:

http://kazoop.blogspot.com/2013/08/a-look-at-shiver-shake-star-guest.html

I will now do Holidy Specials and Annuals.

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See a new one-off Ken Reid page on Kazoop's latest blog post...its a shame it wa sa one off..

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A fantastic strip! It could easily have worked as a weekly feature!

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Wonderful stuff I have never seen or even heard about this before


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