Apologies for the low quality of the scans, my flatbed scanner is unreliable and the CZUR standing scanner thing doesn’t seem to do very well with slightly glossy paper. Anyway, this is the preview issue of LM given away with Crash, Zzap & whatever the Amstrad one was called. Tone is a bit different from […]
From the publisher of Crash & Zzap 64, LM magazine was an attempt to create something that might be later thought of as a (men’s) lifestyle magazine, but in 1987 there wasn’t an audience (of advertisers) to sustain it. LM quickly folded after 4 (well, 4.5) issues. But that’s how it ended, how did it […]
The following week the strip was replaced by Tom & Jerry.
Grant Morrison’s Captain Clyde was his first published superhero work, it appeared in the Govan Press (and supposedly the Clydebank & Renfrewshire Presses but I’ve not been able to confirm that) over the course of 1979-1982. Not sure quite how it was pitched, it was a real oddity on the TV page and I doubt […]