Look & Learn, five part centre page spread series on buildings through the ages. I love the cut-a-way bits so you can see the structure within. As always beautiful art.
1976 board game free in Action, the comic that was so violent it was banned! I used to love playing this game and thanks to the original scanner of the comic plus a bit of photo shop skill, I can now play it all over again.
and some of us believed the cloud was safe storage. (The statement was not ACTUALLY made by Mick, so don’t hack his account in a revenge attack.)
Tom Baker in Doctor Who Magazine, plus a photo at a signing in London 2001. The little boy had had 7 operations on his heart and a friend and I organised for him to meet Tom. I even got him to wear my scarf for the photo.
Vworp, vworp. Klunk, kerummpff, Just some of the noises suggested in comic strips. When I looked for some examples I was surprised to find some strips and comics with a complete lack of noise, gasp, but relied on the artists drawing and captions to tell the story.
Alf Tupper, the Tough of the Track.Original stories in Rover comic, the stories were retold in comic strip form in Victor comic. An orphan living with aunt Meg, diet of fish and chips, apprentice welder, constantly pawning stuff to buy running gear and running at weekends.His catchphrase “I run ‘em”
Breakfast Cereal freebies. The sort of rubbish that appeals to kids and makes them eat breakfast just to get a complete set of freebies.
St Pancras station, London. While taking photos I noticed the plinths were empty and came up with the only possible explanation, the Weeping Angels were loose in London!
Kryten vs Kroton. Two stories in reverse, Kryten saved from a ship of corpses and Kroton saved and turns the passengers to corpses. From Red Dwarf 2 and Doctor Who Weekly 23-24.