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Sunday, 19 February 2017

The Whole Story....Timeslip - story 21 and Timeslip file...

Third promise fulfilled, here is the final story that wraps up the complete Timeslip collection.  To go with that, there is also 'The Look-in Timeslip File',  which contains all the features linked to Timeslip that appeared in Look-in or it's annuals and included is the strip from the 1971 annual.  Hopefully we'll start another Whole Story mid month in march...


Timeslip - Story 21 - The Mystery of the Devil Bird

Story: Angus P. Allan
Art: Unknown





1971 No.31 in full and 1976 No.31...

Next two up, We have 1971 - No.31, with the very first On the Buses strip, and then fast forward 5 years exactly and get No.31 again, this time from 1976...




7th August 1971 - No.31 (Full Issue)

Cover: Reg Varney.

Strips: Crowther in Trouble (Tom Kerr), Timeslip (Unknown)Please Sir! (Graham Allen), Follyfoot (Mike Noble) The Super-Save! introduced by Jimmy Hill (Unknown) and On the Buses (Harry North).




24th July 1976 - No.31

Cover: Steve Ovett, Sonia Lannaman, Brendan Foster, Geoff Capes and David Jenkins by Arnaldo Putzu.

Strips: The Benny Hill Page (Bill Titcombe), The Tomorrow People (John M. Burns)Man about the House (Alan Parry), Space: 1999 (Mike Noble)The Six Million Dollar Man (Martin Asbury) and Doctor on the Go (Harry North).

Friday, 10 February 2017

New Links...

As promised new links added to the file, you can now get all the 'whole story' files (1999, How the West WW, The Tomorrow People, Battlestar G and what there is of the current Timeslip whole story.

Also you can get all the 'One Pagers', The 'On the Ball Scrapbook', the Supersonic book and the Superstars book.

and of course you can get access to all uploaded issues of Look-in.

Be patient, some files are big.

The link is permanently in the text below the title bar, just cut and paste it into your address bar.

or you can click this link:

Look-in Links


1971 No.30 in full and 1974 No.26...

The latest update and as promised a brand spanking new issue, (well as new as an issue of  Look-in can be), First though we have No.30 from 1971 in full, then your new issue is No.26 from 1974 which is a strips only issue....enjoy.



31st July 1971 - No.30 (Full Issue)

Cover: John Alderton.

Strips: Crowther in Trouble (Tom Kerr), Timeslip (Unknown)Please Sir! (Graham Allen), Follyfoot (Mike Noble) and The Super-Save! introduced by Jimmy Hill (Unknown).



1974 - No.26

Cover: Sparks.

Strips: Doctor at Sea (Harry North), Michael Bentine's Potty Time (Arthur Ranson)The Adventures of Black Beauty (Mike Noble), The Tomorrow People (John M. Burns)Kung Fu (Martin Asbury) and Bless this House (Alan Parry).

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Good News!!...and 1971 No.29 in full...

I bring good news this week, I have bought myself a refurbished laptop, it is small but perfectly formed, and means I no longer have to traipse around using other peoples computers for my job search, so i'm pleased about that at least.  It also means that I can get back into some scanning, and next update I hope to have a new issue along with the usual full one.  I have a few 70's issues that I've bought in the last few months, then i'll get back to 1984 and finish those,  Just one thing, there will be no heavy finishing on the issues, a small laptop isn't the best thing to photoshop on, so if you see the odd slightly skewed page, or slightly shaved edge etc, forgive me. I will make sure all pages are readable though.  I will get back to completing the remainder of the Timeslip 'whole story' soon too.  Anyway on to this issue, No.29 from 1971 in full...




24th July 1971 - No.29 (Full Issue)

Cover: An active volcano and David Tomlinson.

Strips: Crowther in Trouble (Tom Kerr), Timeslip (Unknown)Please Sir! (Graham Allen), Follyfoot (Mike Noble) and The Super-Save! introduced by Jimmy Hill (Unknown).



Monday, 30 January 2017

No.28 from 1971 in full...

A bit late but here is this weeks offering No.28 from 1971 in full...

 

17th July 1971 - No.28 (Full Issue)

Cover: A Fortune Finder.

Strips: Crowther in Trouble (Tom Kerr), Timeslip (Unknown)Please Sir! (Graham Allen), Follyfoot (Mike Noble)Causeway to Fear introduced by Roger Moore (Unknown) and Bright's Boffin's (Unknown).


Saturday, 21 January 2017

1971 No.27 in full...

Here is No.27 from 1971 in full, this issue had the very first Follyfoot strip, a double-edged sword as I did like Follyfoot but my favourite strip Timeslip was now B&W and no longer drawn by Mike Noble.  Thanks to Dan for replacing the B&W Follyfoot and Bright's Boffin's strips for colour scans.




10th July 1971 - No.27 (Full Issue)

Cover: Gillian Blake and Steve Hodson.

Strips: Crowther in Trouble (Tom Kerr), Timeslip (Unknown)Please Sir! (Graham Allen), Follyfoot (Mike Noble)Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (Unknown), Causeway to Fear introduced by Roger Moore (Unknown) and Bright's Boffin's (Unknown).