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Lucky Luke Vol 54: Rodeo

By Morris Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849182591 Another early collection of Lucky Luke tales at a time when Morris was doing all the hard graft as artist and writer. First of all there’s Rodeo, where Luke stops off in a town looking for a bed for the night only to cross paths with a bully of […]

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Tuppence: The Daily Doings Of A Dipsy Dog

By Noel Ford Publisher: Noel Ford ISBN: 9780244000820 I’ve been asked to review the CCGB Chairman’s new book. I think it’s only fair to point this out… Knowing that Noel has produced a few children’s novels in his time, when I first saw Tuppence mentioned I presumed it was another of those, but in fact it’s […]

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By Bill Abbott Publisher: Willow Creek Press ISBN: 9781623435455 So what is it with Bill Abbott’s Spectickles characters. After first seeing a few cartoons I took the bald heads, purple rinses, rotund figures and thick glasses to indicate a more mature person. And yet in some cartoons we see these characters as parents to a […]

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Lucky Luke 59: Bride Of Lucky Luke

By Morris & Guy Vidal Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183055 Lucky Luke has been tasked with escorting a convoy from one side of the US to the other, something he’s done many a time before, but on this occasion it’s not settlers or cattle, but women. The townships that are springing up, founded by the early […]

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Zookie The Dragon

By Keri Johnson Publisher: Keri Johnson Starting out as a cartoonist these days is no easy thing with so few publications publishing gags and strips. Fortunately this has gone hand in hand with the growth of the webcomic, where cartoonists are free to explore their creativity and test material. You may have  come across the […]

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The Bluecoats Vol 10: The Blues In Black And White

By Lambil & Cauvin Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183413 Blutch and Chesterfield are back in the saddle of the American Civil War, charging repeatedly into enemy fire and picking their way back through the carnage. One such return places them rather too close to some exploding shells and Chesterfield finds himself blown into a tree. By […]

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