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Billythecat
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Scott Goodall

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Folks I would love to read the interview with Scott Goodall that was apparently conducted by the forum some time back. Is it anywhere on the inter-web?

Thanks in advance.

David McDonald
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Billythecat
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David McDonald wrote:Is this what you are after?
http://www.bustercomic.co.uk/scottgoodall.html
Thank you David.

BTW I had Hibernia Tower King and Thirteenth Floor material in Belfast Forbidden Planet at the start of the week. Staff and punters were much impressed!!

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Cool, glad they liked them. I have two more on the way, the Dracula Files from Scream, and anothe complete Ortiz collection :wink:

Billythecat
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David McDonald wrote:Cool, glad they liked them. I have two more on the way, the Dracula Files from Scream, and anothe complete Ortiz collection :wink:
The Hibernia facebook page is a daily pit-stop for me David.

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Am I right in assuming that Scott Goodhall wrote "Rod and Line" for Tiger and Scorcher back in 1977/78. The story centred on an enthusiastic young lad who wanted to know everything about fishing. I am currently reading these Tiger issues now, and there is a lot of technical points to fishing as regards this series so, again i'm assuming Scott knows some things about fishing - there are about 4 panels on how to cast for a certain fish in some stories!

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