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Friday, 14 September 2012

Cheeky Weekly's lost 23 December 1978 issue - Reconstructed! (part 5)

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ThursdayCheeky Weekly 22 December 1979ThursdayTitle panel replaced. Christmas card story continues despite change in artist. Final panel is intro to Skateboard Squad, but that strip finished in May 1979, a couple of weeks before the team re-appeared under their new title, Speed Squad. Text has therefore been altered (Why, Dad, Why? followed Thursday in the 22 December 1979 issue - Speed Squad appeared 8 pages later). Foot of page resized.

Art: Mike Lacey

3 comments:

  1. Fantastic site. Could you please tell me which issue featured a advert for Smiths horror bags and what promotion was it advertising.Thank you.

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    1. Hi Paul - glad you like the blog. The Horror Bags ad appeared in Cheeky Weekly dated 08 July 1978. I've just posted the ad here http://cheekyweekly.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/horror-bags-ad.html.

      Cheers!

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  2. Hi
    Thank you for that, I do have this ad on my blog but I do want to get the actual ad that was featured in a comic. Really appriciate it.Thanks again.
    All the best
    Paul

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