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by Robbie Moubert
02 Feb 2017, 00:36
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Authorship in girls and boys comics
Replies: 26
Views: 10423

Re: Authorship in girls and boys comics

It was written and drawn by Byrne and he was paid his full page rate as an artist for that sequence.
by Robbie Moubert
17 Dec 2016, 13:55
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: British comics in Greek magazines
Replies: 310
Views: 100621

Re: British comics in Greek magazines

You're right Phil, it's "The Man Called 39" which began in the first combined issue of Valiant and Knockout. Those particular pages are from the issue dated 16th march 1963.
by Robbie Moubert
24 Nov 2016, 12:41
Forum: Artwork, artists and writers
Topic: Typhoon Tracy artist
Replies: 4
Views: 3361

Re: Typhoon Tracy artist

Thanks to both of you. I thought it looked like Campion but I wasn't sure.

And thanks for the kind words Phil.
by Robbie Moubert
24 Nov 2016, 09:00
Forum: Artwork, artists and writers
Topic: Typhoon Tracy artist
Replies: 4
Views: 3361

Typhoon Tracy artist

I'm featuring a Typhoon Tracy story from Hurricane on my Art of Diving blog. I always try to name the artists where possible so can anyone tell me who drew the strip in issues 55 - 61 (13th March - 24th April 1965)? Any help will be much appreciated.

Cheers,

Robbie
by Robbie Moubert
03 Nov 2016, 20:57
Forum: Comic Titles & Groups
Topic: Help ... Buster fans ..
Replies: 8
Views: 14422

Re: Help ... Buster fans ..

I'd like to know who the artist is too. I may be going crazy but something about the faces of the two defenders says Barry Smith to me.
by Robbie Moubert
25 Oct 2016, 19:49
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Steve Dillon has died
Replies: 8
Views: 3024

Re: Steve Dillon has died

He must have been the first artist anywhere to draw a new Ant-Man story after he changed his name to Giant Man in Tales to Astonish. That would have been Herb Trimpe in issue 4 of Marvel Feature from 1972. It was the first of a short series appearing in issues 4 - 10 (although issue 8 was mostly re...
by Robbie Moubert
19 Jun 2016, 17:30
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: British comics in Greek magazines
Replies: 310
Views: 100621

Re: British comics in Greek magazines

I think Bradbury did a lot of the Jet covers, including those featuring Bala, perhaps that's it.
by Robbie Moubert
19 Jun 2016, 15:30
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: British comics in Greek magazines
Replies: 310
Views: 100621

Re: British comics in Greek magazines

Eric Bradbury was busy drawing Von Hoffman's Invasion for Jet. Bala the Briton looks like Felix Carrion's work to me.
by Robbie Moubert
26 May 2016, 17:24
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Some help with some dates for strips please?
Replies: 6
Views: 2316

Re: Some help with some dates for strips please?

The Dwarf first appeared in issue two of Jet (well, apart from a single picture in issue one).
by Robbie Moubert
25 May 2016, 19:49
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Humour or Adventure - Do you have a preference?
Replies: 31
Views: 6576

Re: Humour or Adventure - Do you have a preference?

Ginger wrote:The kids call anything cartoon-related comics these days, Phoenix.
It's a long time since I've been thought of as one of the kids! :lol:
by Robbie Moubert
25 May 2016, 19:47
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Humour or Adventure - Do you have a preference?
Replies: 31
Views: 6576

Re: Humour or Adventure - Do you have a preference?

By the time 2000AD came along the only humour comics I was reading were Asterix and Andy Capp I only remember Andy Capp as a newspaper strip. If there was an Andy Capp comic it certainly passed me by. Okay, I'm using comics in a broader sense to include the twice-yearly Andy Capp collections. It's ...
by Robbie Moubert
25 May 2016, 16:50
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: Humour or Adventure - Do you have a preference?
Replies: 31
Views: 6576

Re: Humour or Adventure - Do you have a preference?

I used to get Whizzer and Chips every week and enjoyed my sister's Beanos but generally favoured adventure titles more: TV21, Valiant, Countdown, the Marvel UK titles and whatever US editions I could get my hands on. By the time 2000AD came along the only humour comics I was reading were Asterix and...
by Robbie Moubert
14 Apr 2016, 08:56
Forum: General comics discussion
Topic: British comics in Greek magazines
Replies: 310
Views: 100621

Re: British comics in Greek magazines

March of the Mighty Ones. It appeared in Monster Fun from issue one (June 1975). The creatures were created for a film shoot.
by Robbie Moubert
08 Apr 2016, 23:42
Forum: 2000AD
Topic: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on Film4
Replies: 35
Views: 42013

Re: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on F

I never cared much for Janus Stark or The Ghostly Guardian. Kelly's Eye was my favourite strip but I think it was running out of steam after the Romans story. They should have ditched the time clock and done something different.
by Robbie Moubert
08 Apr 2016, 23:13
Forum: 2000AD
Topic: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on Film4
Replies: 35
Views: 42013

Re: Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD - Wed 6th 11.25pm on F

Raven wrote:
Around the same time, Valiant in its Smash and TV21 merger years was at an all-time peak, with a stellar line-up,
I'd put Valiant's peak a little earlier. I think those mergers diluted it and it was on a downward trajectory in the seventies.