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TABLE IS CURRENTLY SORTED BY PAGE FORMAT / ASCENDING ORDER

STRIP GENRE ARTIST FORMAT FROM-TO (no.of
missing)
APPS PAGE AREA
all (colour / black + red /
black + white)
OLLY’S OCCYCPhil Millarframes & speech bubbles1 to 29 ( 7 ) 227.33 ( - / 7.33 / - )
THE TWITZ OF THE RITZCBill Ritchieframes & speech bubbles1 to 61 no gaps 61122 ( 34 / 88 / - )
NOBBYCBob McGrathframes & speech bubbles1 to 103 no gaps 103103 ( 103 / - / - )
JIMMY JINXCKen Harrisonframes & speech bubbles1 to 103 ( 1 ) 102102 ( 6 / 96 / - )
GUS THE GALOOTCJ.Edward Oliverframes & speech bubbles1 to 16 no gaps 165.33 ( - / 5.33 / - )
COOKIECTom Laveryframes & speech bubbles1 to 68 ( 38 ) 3012.83 ( 0.33 / 12.5 / - )
BILLY THE KIDDERCJimmy Glen / Watson Kennedyframes & speech bubbles1 to 19 no gaps 196.33 ( - / 6.33 / - )
THE ROOKY RACERSCAlan Rogersframes & speech bubbles62 to 103 no gaps 4284 ( - / 84 / - )
SKOOKUM SKOOLCKen Harrisonframes & speech bubbles1 to 103 no gaps 103103 ( 54 / 49 / - )
HOP, SKIP AND JOCKCMalcolm Judgeframes & speech bubbles1 to 103 no gaps 103103 ( 103 / - / - )
FRED THE FLOPCTom Laveryframes & speech bubbles1 to 103 no gaps 103103 ( 102 / 1 / - )
HARUM SCARUMCGordon Bellframes & speech bubbles1 to 56 ( 1 ) 5555 ( 36 / 19 / - )
TICH AND SNITCHCDavid Gudgeonframes & speech bubbles1 to 27 no gaps 279 ( - / 9 / - )
BIG BAD MOGGY / MOGGYCPeter Moonieframes & speech bubbles1 to 29 ( 3 ) 2611.33 ( - / 11.33 / - )
SPOOKUM SKOOLCKen Harrisonframes & speech bubbles60 to 103 no gaps 4444 ( 44 / - / - )
MONTY MONEYBAGSCJimmy Glenframes & speech bubbles1 to 51 ( 10 ) 4113.66 ( 0.33 / 13.33 / - )
THE WHITEYS AND THE STRIPEYSCTom Laveryframes & speech bubbles30 to 65 no gaps 3637 ( - / 37 / - )
WIG AND WAMCArthur Martinframes & speech bubbles1 to 59 no gaps 5959 ( 38 / 21 / - )
CALAMITY KATECGeorge Martinframes & speech bubbles1 to 103 no gaps 103103 ( 49 / 54 / - )
BIG FAT FLO CPhil Millarframes & speech bubbles1 to 103 ( 2 ) 10144.33 ( 0.33 / 44 / - )
GOOD KNIGHTCBill Ritchieframes & speech bubbles17 to 102 ( 42 ) 4415.33 ( - / 14.67 / 0.66)
NERO AND ZEROCTom Bannisterframes & speech bubbles1 to 40 no gaps 4040 ( 15 / 25 / - )
SLEEPY EDCJohn Aldrichframes & speech bubbles41 to 103 no gaps 6363 ( 63 / - / - )
TOP TECCAGeorge Martinframes & speech bubbles57 to 103 no gaps 4747 ( - / 47 / - )
UNCLE DANACBill Holroyd/Albert Holroydframes, speech bubbles & text91 to 103 no gaps 1326 ( 26 / - / - )
FREEZE!ASTerry Patrickframes, speech bubbles & text66 to 90 no gaps 2550 ( 50 / - / - )
WILLIE THE WIZARDACKen Hunterframes, speech bubbles & text1 to 17 no gaps 1717 ( - / 17 / - )
THE BUZZIES AND THE FUZZIESCGordon Bellframes/frames&speech bubbles5 to 103 ( 8 ) 9145.5 ( - / 45.5 / - )
SAMMY’S SCRIBBLESCF/RFGordon Bellfreestyle18 to 103 no gaps 86134 ( 96 / 38 / - )
POSTMAN KNOXRFvariousreaders’ letters and jokes4 to 101 ( 1 ) 9769.83 ( - / 69.83 / - )
Key Genre Description
ACAdventure Comic Art is 'real-life' and story is humorous, or art is cartoon-like and action is adventure rather than laughs
ASAdventure Story Art is 'real-life' and story is dramatic and takes place over length of run with 'cliff-hangers'
CComic Art is cartoon-like and story is humorous or amusing
CAComic Adventure As for 'Comic', but some or all stories continue to following issue.
CFComic Feature Art is cartoon-like and humorous, but with no story or no regular characters
FSFeatures (or Factual ) Series One-off Features or Themed Factual Series
RFReaders' Feature Announcements to readers or content derived from readers' submissions, eg letters page