Luck of the Legion
Luck of the Legion was a strip cartoon in the Eagle, written by Geoffrey Bond and illustrated by Martin Aitchison, that ran from 1952 to 1961.The series followed the exploits of the French Foreign Leg...
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Doomlord
Doomlord was a comic strip (and the shared title name of the central characters) published in the British comic book Eagle during the 1980s, from Issue 1 on March 27, 1982,until Issue 395 on 14 Octobe...
Storm Nelson
Storm Nelson, was a character in the eponymous strip in the British comic, Eagle.A former officer of the Royal Navy, Commander Nelson owned the ship Silver Spray, part of the Silver Fleet. This fleet ...
Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future
Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future is a 1986 computer game by Virgin Interactive for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64 home computer systems. It is based on the classic British comic strip Dan ...
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M.A.C.H. 1
M.A.C.H. 1 was a comic strip that ran in the British science fiction comic 2000 AD. The strip was created by writer Pat Mills and illustrator Enio. It debuted in the first issue of 2000 AD, which was ...
Waldorf & Cecil
Waldorf can have the following meanings:
Spaceship Away
Spaceship Away is a comic magazine largely based on the classic British hero Dan Dare, featuring new full colour stories written and drawn in the style of series creator Frank Hampson. The magazine wa...
Fraser of Africa
Fraser of Africa is a comic strip that ran one page a week in full colour in the British comic Eagle in 1960-61, written by George Beardmore and illustrated by Frank Bellamy. It follows Martin Fraser,...
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Harris Tweed (character)
Harris Tweed was a character in the comic strip Harris Tweed, Special Agent, later retitled Harris Tweed - Super Sleuth, which appeared in The Eagle. The strip was drawn by John RyanTweed was a monocl...
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Sgt. Streetwise
Sgt. Streetwise was a photographic comic series published in the British comic book Eagle, from issue 1 (dated March 27, 1982) to at least issue 78 (dated September 17, 1983). It was written by Gerry ...
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Billy's Boots
Billy's Boots was a popular British comic strip by writer Fred Baker and artist John Gillatt, later continued by Mike Western. There was an earlier, humour series called Billy's Boots, written and dra...
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Manix
Manix was both the title and main character of a comic strip serial published in the British comics anthology Eagle. The serial first appeared in issue 24 (dated September 4, 1982).The serial was crea...
Ernie (comic strip)
Ernie was a cartoon published in the British comic book Eagle, from the first issue (dated 27 March 1982) and appearing in most issues thereafter. He was drawn by Dave Follows.Ernie was a fictional ea...
Treens
The Treens are fictional aliens in the Dan Dare stories. They first appeared in Dan Dare: The First Story, which was serialized in the Eagle comic magazine from Volume 1, Number 1 (April 14, 1950) to ...
Thunderbolt and Smokey!
Thunderbolt and Smokey! was a photographic comic series published in the British comic book Eagle, from issue 1 (dated March 27, 1982) until issue 27 (dated September 25, 1983). It was written by Tom ...
Last Three of Venus
The Last Three of Venus are fictional aliens, adversaries of the British comic book hero Dan Dare, appearing in the Eagle comic strip Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future: they are allies of Dan Dare's arch-...
The Collector (comic strip)
The Collector was a comic strip published in the British comic book Eagle, from issue 1 (dated March 27, 1982) to issue 48 (dated February 19, 1983), and occasionally thereafter in annuals or summer s...
List of Dan Dare stories
The list of Dan Dare stories details appearances of the character Dan Dare, created by Frank Hampson.
These are the Dan Dare stories that appeared in the original Eagle Comic, which ran from 1950 ...
Joe Soap
"Joe Soap" is British rhyming slang denoting a foolish stooge or scapegoat. Joe being an ordinary person, with Soap as a rhyme for dope.
The phrase appeared in a 1943 book of military slang by Joh...
Dan Dare
Dan Dare is a British science fiction comic hero, created by illustrator Frank Hampson who also wrote the first stories, that is, the Venus and Red Moon stories, and a complete storyline for Operati...
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Computer Warrior
Computer Warrior (initially titled Ultimate Warrior) was a comic strip series that debuted in Eagle on 13 April 1985 (shortly after the comic merged with Tiger) and ran for another nine years. The plo...
The House of Daemon
The House of Daemon was a comic strip published in the British comic book Eagle, from issue 25 (dated September 11, 1982) to issue 47 (dated February 12, 1983). It was written by Alan Grant and John W...