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Tuesday, 29 November 2022

Cheeky-related characters in the Whoopee Annuals and Specials - Part 4 - 1983

Which of us hasn't found ourselves pondering thusly...

Cheeky Specials and Annuals continued to be published following Cheeky Weekly's merge into Whoopee! in February 1980 (Specials published from 1980 - 1982, and Annuals from 1980 to 1984 - the Annuals dated, of course a year ahead in each case). Whoopee! Specials and Annuals were also published in the same years (and beyond). What, if any, Cheeky-related material appeared in those Whoopee! Annuals and Specials?

...this series of posts aims to bring enlightenment.

Let's start, as has become the custom, with an analysis of publisher IPC's placement of ads for Specials and Annuals in the pages of the weekly Whoopee! during the year in question.

TITLE COVER_DATE ADVERTISER PRODUCT
Whoopee! 16-Apr-1983 IPC Whoopee! Holiday Special
Whoopee! 30-Apr-1983 IPC Whoopee! Holiday Special
Whoopee! 07-May-1983 IPC Whoopee! Holiday Special
Whoopee! 21-May-1983 IPC Whoopee! Holiday Special
Whoopee! 28-May-1983 IPC Whoopee! Holiday Special
Whoopee! 04-Jun-1983 IPC Whoopee! Holiday Special
Whoopee! 11-Jun-1983 IPC Buster Puzzle Holiday Special
Whoopee! 11-Jun-1983 IPC Whoopee! Holiday Special
Whoopee and Wow! 27-Aug-1983 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee and Wow! 01-Oct-1983 IPC Annuals
Whoopee and Wow! 19-Nov-1983 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee and Wow! 26-Nov-1983 IPC Annuals
Whoopee and Wow! 03-Dec-1983 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee and Wow! 17-Dec-1983 IPC Annuals
Whoopee and Wow! 17-Dec-1983 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee and Wow! 24-Dec-1983 IPC Annuals
Whoopee and Wow! 24-Dec-1983 IPC Whoopee! Annual

A further, and exclamation mark-dislodging, merge had occurred in July 1983 when survivors of failed title Wow! (it seems IPC felt that to feature two exclamations in a single masthead would whip readers into an unseemly frenzy) were welcomed into the senior title.

Of the years examined so far in this series, 1983 has the lowest number of Annual and Specials ads.

Year Annual Special Total Result
1980 13 18 31
1981 16 22 38
1982 17 9 26
1983 9 8 17

 

Whoopee! Holiday Special 1983


This year's Holiday Special was first advertised in the weekly Whoopee! dated 16 April 1983 so presumably copies were delivered to newsagents around that time of year, predating the July divestment of the weekly Whoopee!'s exclamation, and explains why the Special is still proudly sporting its punctuational adornment. The Bumpkins return to fulfil the front cover role, their desert island dilemma illustrated by Mike Lacey.

Despite the fact that there is no Cheeky Summer Special this year (1982's being the final one), there is no Cheeky-related material in this collection, so we can swiftly move on.


Whoopee Annual 1984


Mike Lacey and the Bumpkins are again on front cover duty. A better gag, and one more in keeping with the ethos of the notoriously money-averse agrarians, would surely have been to depict the Bumpkins showering the circus spectators with buckets of cash in the manner with which clowns have traditionally troubled big top audiences by means of confetti, rather than the wallowing-in-moolah, trouser-filling endeavours on display.

Since there's a Cheeky Annual this year, it's probably not surprising that no toothy-funster-related content is to be found in this book (although having said that, there was a cameo by two of Cheeky's pals in last year's Whoopee! Annual). However, this Annual does contain some work by Frank McDiarmid. The Spectacular Adventures of Willie Bunk date back to the first issue of Whizzer and Chips in 1969, where the strip was drawn by Frank. I'm not familiar with the history of the strip in the pages of W&C, but I do know that the character returned, but as a feature in Whoopee!, in 1981. The first 3 adventures of the returning glasses-wearing daydreamer's adventures were titled The Spectacular New Adventures of Willie Bunk (after that the strip was just called Willie Bunk, except in the case of reprints which reverted to the original W&C title, The Spectacular Adventures of Willie Bunk), and the strip was again drawn by Mr McDiarmid. The revived character continued to appear in Whoopee!, but lapsing on 4 occasions into the aforementioned reprints (3 of which weren't by Frank) sourced from, presumably, Whizzer and Chips. The final weekly Bunk of the Whoopee! era appeared in the issue dated 24 April 1982, over a year before this Annual appeared on newsagents' shelves.

However, let's enjoy Frank's rendition of Bunkery from the above Whoopee! Annual.



 There is a second Bunk adventure among the same collection, but it's drawn by another artist.

Join me again soon when I continue my investigation.

Sunday, 6 November 2022

Cheeky-related characters in the Whoopee Annuals and Specials - Part 3 - 1982

This is the third part of my investigation seeking to answer the question 'What, if any, Cheeky-related features appeared in the Whoopee! Annuals and Specials published following Cheeky Weekly's absorption into Whoopee! in February 1980?'

Let's start with a look at the ads for Specials and Annuals that appeared in the weekly Whoopee! during 1982...

TITLE COVER_DATE ADVERTISER PRODUCT
Whoopee! 01-May-1982 IPC Frankie Stein Holiday Special
Whoopee! 15-May-1982 IPC Frankie Stein Holiday Special
Whoopee! 15-May-1982 IPC Whoopee! Summer Special is coming
Whoopee! 19-Jun-1982 IPC Whoopee! Summer Special
Whoopee! 03-Jul-1982 IPC Whoopee! Summer Special
Whoopee! 10-Jul-1982 IPC Cheeky Summer Special
Whoopee! 10-Jul-1982 IPC Whoopee! Summer Special
Whoopee! 21-Aug-1982 IPC Whizzer and Chips Summer Special
Whoopee! 21-Aug-1982 IPC Whoopee! Summer Special
Whoopee! 28-Aug-1982 IPC Annuals
Whoopee! 11-Sep-1982 IPC Annuals
Whoopee! 18-Sep-1982 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee! 02-Oct-1982 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee! 09-Oct-1982 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee! 16-Oct-1982 IPC Annuals
Whoopee! 23-Oct-1982 IPC Annuals
Whoopee! 06-Nov-1982 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee! 13-Nov-1982 IPC Big Daddy Annual
Whoopee! 20-Nov-1982 IPC Annuals
Whoopee! 20-Nov-1982 IPC Big Daddy Annual
Whoopee! 27-Nov-1982 IPC Annuals
Whoopee! 27-Nov-1982 IPC Big Daddy Annual
Whoopee! 04-Dec-1982 IPC Whoopee! Annual
Whoopee! 11-Dec-1982 IPC Annuals
Whoopee! 18-Dec-1982 IPC Big Daddy Annual
Whoopee! 18-Dec-1982 IPC Whoopee! Annual

Of the 3 years of Whoopee! advertising examined so far in this series of posts, 1982 had the lowest overall total of Annuals/Specials ads, although the Annuals total was actually the highest, seemingly due to publisher IPC's drive to promote the Annual based on what was presumably the licensed property Big Daddy. The comic escapades of the real-life Shirley Crabtree had been appearing weekly in the pages of Buster since February 1982.

Year Annual Ads
Special Ads
Total Ads
1980 13 18 31
1981 16 22 38
1982 17 9 26

There was a dramatic reduction in the number of Specials ads compared to 1980 and 81, but the Cheeky Summer Special was again allocated a single ad, the same as 1981, whereas in 1980 the toothy funster's Special was advertised on 3 occasions.

The final Whoopee! Frankie Stein Holiday Special was published in 1982, and once again we can satisfy ourselves that it contained no Cheeky-related material by reference to Irmantas' analysis of its contents.

 Whoopee! Summer Special 1982


The Bumpkin Billionaires, who graced the cover of the 1980 Whoopee! Special but were deposed by Toy Boy from the front page of 1981's summertime collection of funnies, return this year in a camping scene rendered by an artist I can't identify.

In the 2 previous Whoopee! Specials there was no Cheeky material as such, the only references to our grinning pal were in the form of adverts for comics from IPC's humour line, which included in those years the merged title Whoopee! and Cheeky. However, since Cheeky was dropped from Whoopee!'s title as of August 1981 (although Cheeky and pals continued to appear inside), this year there is no reference to our toothy mate on the equivalent ad page. Included among the three comics being promoted is a concocted Whoopee! cover carrying the Smiler strip which appeared on the cover of the 20 February 1982 edition, but with a revised, two-tone version of the Whoopee! logo which was introduced  to the weekly comic as of the issue dated 01 May 1982.


Art: Nick Baker

Just before we leave this Whoopee! Special, we'll enjoy the centre spread, featuring the Bumpkin Billionaires in a tale of tent troubles, echoing the reluctantly rich rural rascals' front cover appearance. WARNING - surprisingly strong language from young Daisy in this episode.


Art: Jimmy Hansen
Apologies for the blurry fold

 

Whoopee! Annual 1983

In the 2 years examined so far in this series of posts which scrutinise the contents of the Whoopee! Annuals and Specials published in the post-Cheeky-merge era, we've seen that each year's cover star(s) of the Special have/has returned to grace the front of the same year's Annual (Bumpkins in 1980, Toy Boy in 1981). However, this year is different as our cash-averse country chums don't return on the cover of the Annual, but rather the literature-loving lad Bookworm, who's enjoying some library laughs, illustrated by Mike Lacey.

Now, please brace yourselves as I have to report that for the first time in this series THERE IS SOME CHEEKY-RELATED MATERIAL IN THIS ANNUAL! As has been the case in the 2 previous years examined, Cheeky Annuals and Specials have been published this year, and the purpose of this series is to establish whether it's IPC's policy to restrict Cheeky and pals' appearances to his own surviving once-a-year titles. In the 2 previous years there have been no toothy-funster-type intrusions upon the Whoopee! folk in their non-weekly publications, so it appears IPC may be relaxing their constraint on the placement of characters (in fact, as we'll see later in this post, in one case this year there's a complete relaxation of any requirement for a connection between the placement of a feature and its comic of origin).

Having said all that, I'd caution against allowing your levels of excitement to rise to unmanageable levels.

The first instance I need to report on is one I have to reluctantly acknowledge. C**p was an unwanted (by me, at least) interloper into the Cheeky Section of Whoopee! and Cheeky, a central segment of the merged comic which housed all the survivors from Cheeky's former weekly title following the inevitable merge pursuant to Cheeky Weekly's demise. The tedious C**p scenario was foisted upon Cheeky fans as from the second merged issue, and it has no connection to Cheeky other than its placement within his portion of the comic. Although the Cheeky Section ceased to feature in Whoopee! and Cheeky as of October 1980, the dull doings of the mediocre microchip continue to bore the readers of Whoopee! as of 1983. However, this is the first Whoopee! Annual into which the strip has insinuated itself. Subjecting readers of this Annual to 2 C**p stories, the editor at least ameliorated the somnolent effect on those otherwise enjoying this book by having the first episode drawn by the mighty Terry Bave, of whose creation Calculator Kid the egregious C**p is a poor imitation. Possibly significantly, Terry omits to include this piece in the list of his work in the appendix of his memoir.


The second C**p episode in this Annual is drawn by Doug Jensen.

The remaining Cheeky-related characters to appear in this Annual are, ironically, Calculator Kid and his trusty artificial-intelligence endowed number-crunching associate, Calculator (Calc to his friends). However Charlie and Calc don't get to appear in a strip, but instead they feature on the 59th square of the Toy Boy's Journey to the Toy Factory game, for which you will need 'one dice' (sic) and a 'counter' for each participant (pun probably unintentional on the part of the designer of the game). It looks like space may have been included in square 59 to allow for a typically sagacious aphorism from our battery-powered buddy, but silence reigns.

Art: Ed McHenry

Whereas C**p and Calculator Kid did have connections with Whoopee!, another of Cheeky's chums found himself appearing in a 1983-dated Annual based on a title with which he was completely unrelated. Tub began appearing in Cheeky Weekly dated 30 September 1978, and the adventures of the rotund rascal ran until the comic ceased publication. The corpulent cove also featured in the Cheeky Specials of 1979, 1980 and 1981, as well as Cheeky Annuals cover-dated from 1981 - 1985. As reported by Irmantas, our portly pal made a mystifying appearance in the 1983 Shiver and Shake Annual, in a story which had not previously been seen elsewhere.

Sadly for McDiarmidistes, unlike the 2 previous Whoopee! Annuals, there is no work by Frank in this year's collection.

My quest to uncover the truth about the Cheeky-related features in the Whoopee! Annuals and Specials will continue.

Saturday, 22 October 2022

The Soggy Saga Recycled

My thanks are due once again to Stephen Archer who has once more been occupied with matters related to reprints featuring in the Cheeky titles. The subject of his latest investigation is likeable leviathan Soggy the Sea Monster who, having splashed around the pages of Shiver and Shake in 1973 followed by a single 1974 appearance, submerged into the murky depths of comic history before being dredged up in 1978 up to serve as filler in various Cheeky publications, including some of the Cheeky Annuals and Specials as well as Cheeky Weekly. Details of Stephen's research into Soggy's revivification can be seen in the table below.

The introductory episode of Soggy's original run (or swim - I know, I've done that 'joke' before... more than once) wasn't among those to be selected for reprinting in any Cheeky title, but this shouldn't be too much of a surprise to us by now, as publisher IPC's apparent aversion to using the debut episode when launching various of their repeat runs has emerged from Stephen's earlier researches into the revivals of Ringer Dinger, The Cave Kids and Why, Dad, Why? (although The Gang did admittedly buck this trend).

 

Soggy's debut,
not seen by Cheeky readers
Art: Robert Nixon,
as is all the artwork in this post

 

Rather than a stranded seafarer being the means by which Cheeky readers made the acquaintance of our aquatic chum (maybe the editor felt that Soggy came over as somewhat irascible in the above tale), fans of the toothy funster first encountered the deep-sea denizen within the Cheeky Summer Special of 1978, in what was the Soggster's more environmentally-conscious original 5th outing from Shiver and Shake dated 07 April 1973. The strip was for some reason divested of its rather splendid title banner for this reprinting.


The first Soggy episode
presented to Cheeky fans

Of the 42 episodes constituting Soggy's original watery series (41 appearances in Shiver and Shake plus his Star Guest promotional foray into Whizzer and Chips), 35 were reprinted in the various Cheeky titles. All Soggy's original adventures were concluded in single pages, but 5 were expanded to occupy 2 pages each when being prepared for reprinting in the Cheeky Annuals cover-dated 1981 (4 extruded episodes) and 1982 (a single elongated escapade among the 3 Soggy episodes included).

The Star Guest appearance (a later implementation of this promotional device occurred during the Cheeky Weekly era), originally from Whizzer and Chips dated 28 July 1973, was re-used in the Cheeky Annual carrying cover year 1983. However, whereas reprinted material was often resized to better fit a differently-proportioned page, this reprint was in fact presented as originally drawn, and it was the strip's debut that was altered. Was the Soggy artwork used for Star Guest repurposed after being prepared with the intention of printing it in Shiver and Shake, and Whizzer and Chips possibly had a different page height:width ratio, thus necessitating the adjusted visuals for its appearance in that title? My knowledge of Shiver and Shake is sadly lacking, so unfortunately I can't answer. Below is the strip as it appeared, with colour applied, in Cheeky Annual 1983. You can compare this page with Soggy's resized Star Guest episode on Irmantas' blog.

Robert Nixon

The Soggy episode in Shiver and Shake dated 29 December 1973 seems to me to have something of an air of finality about it, with the conclusion seeing the amiable hero apparently settling in for a lengthy sojourn with his new avian adoptees...


There was, however, a curious coda to Soggy's Shiver and Shake series. Originally a 36-page weekly, it would seem that financial strictures dictated a reduction in page count with effect from the 05 January 1974 edition, as from that date each issue of Shiver and Shake was limited to 32 pages. Soggy's strip was among those jettisoned as a result of the contraction. UPDATE - See Stephen Archer's interesting theory in the comment section below regarding the loss of Shiver and Shake page count.

However, the loss of available pages was evidently not the only difficulty with which the editor was contending around this time...

Shiver and Shake 19 January 1974 - Eagle Eye was of course reprinted in Cheeky Weekly

Readers were again deprived of their Eagle Eye episode, once more due to tardy delivery of the artwork, in the edition dated 16 February 1974. Soggy was recalled to service to help plug the gap in that week's Shiver and Shake caused by the postally-detained young sleuth. The Soggy strip in question, which saw our behemoth buddy on a visit to Loch Ness, was drawn by Terry Bave rather than regular artist Robert Nixon, so it may be that Terry, who had earlier drawn a single Soggy escapade dated 29 September 1973, stepped in at short notice to furnish an emergency, void-filling Scottish adventure. As Stephen notes, this final Shiver and Shake Soggy outing was the one which commenced the feature's reprint run in Cheeky Weekly.

Soggy's reprint run in the Cheeky titles came to an end in the Cheeky Annual cover-dated 1983, which left 7 Soggy episodes from the original run that were never recycled, at least as far as Cheeky was concerned (the remaining unused stories may may have been reprinted elsewhere). It certainly wasn't the case that the Cheeky editor had no further need for revived material, as reprints continued to be a major feature in the remaining Cheeky Annuals dated 1984 and 1985.

So why were those 7 episodes rejected? I've already speculated that Soggy's original debut episode was skipped for reprinting because it portrayed our monster mate in a less than likeable manner, but let's consider the other 6.

14 April 1973

The first Soggy reprints of the Cheeky era appeared in the Cheeky Summer Special of 1978, which included reprinted Soggy adventures originally featuring in Shiver and Shakes dated 07, 21 and 28 April 1973. So why was the 14 April 1973 episode, relating the genial giant's encounter with an aircraft carrier, omitted from the 1978 Cheeky Special? I can't identify a reason. BUT...Soggy reprints continued to appear in the Cheeky titles until the Cheeky Annual dated 1983, published in the Autumn of 1982 and prepared some months earlier. The outbreak of the Falklands conflict in 1982, the despatch of the Royal Navy task force in April and subsequent naval action could have led to accusations of insensitivity had this tale been published at the time. It could be the case that following publication of the Cheeky Annual 1983 the Cheeky editor decided to avoid any further sea stories in view of events in the South Atlantic and their aftermath. However this seems unlikely since the 1984 Annual did include;

The Cabin Boy Cheeky sequence, but maybe it was felt that being set in the time of sailing ships detached the strip from modern warfare associations

 A Meanie McGenie reprint concerning a becalmed dinghy

 A Calculator Kid story featuring scenes on beaches

A Present-Day Cheeky scene showing Uncle Hamish in a rowing boat on the sea

...and a Mustapha Million reprint in the Cheeky Annual 1985 shows our middle eastern mate at the helm of a miniature war ship.

Nonetheless, even if I was right about the editor becoming reluctant to use sea stories, these considerations would only have become an issue from April 1982 onward, and wouldn't explain why these particular escapades hadn't previously been reprinted, so let's continue...

16 June 1973

 

Soggy is angered again in this strip, on this occasion due to an anchor being dropped on his noggin. The ship from which the ironwork descended was transporting some painters, engaged by a lighthouse keeper to spruce up his illuminating abode. The decorators having been scared away by Soggy's fearsome countenance, our apologetic underwater pal sets to work doing the paint job himself. Can't see a reason for this strip not being reprinted.


07 July 1973


There are more lighthouse larks in this episode, as Soggy's underwater wanderings carry him to the Indian Ocean to meet his pal for a curry. Unfortunately, en route to his piquant nosh-up, our hero gets a length of his rear anatomy trapped in a giant clam. The resolution to this tail-trapping dilemma is not entirely happy as, although the chef's generous application of spicy seasoning causes the clam to sneeze and eject Soggy's posterior portion, the bubbling pan of vindaloo is also propelled into the briny. However, no reason why this couldn't have been reprinted.

11 August 1973

 

Another painful ordeal for our oceangoing pal, as he's beset by a trio of swordfish intent on stabbing our hero. At the end of the story Soggy propels his sharp-nosed tormentors through the doors of a harbour-side hostelry, where they end up lodged in the dart board. I find the scenes of a skewered Soggy rather disturbing, and maybe the Cheeky editor was similarly squeamish about this tale.

15 December 1973


 

This tale brings together elements we've seen in previous Soggy episodes. Another desert island dilemma, with a further instance of anchor-in-contact-with-nut in this tale, but rather than the victim being the title character, this time it's Soggy who causes the maritime restraint to collide with the stranded seafarer. In freeing the anchor from the tree, the silly sea serpent catapults the ship-tethering apparatus across the waves and sinks a passing vessel, before sheepishly leaving the scene as the crew of the stricken ship join the original sailor on the small island. Although it doesn't portray the titular titan in the best of lights, there's no reason why this episode couldn't have been reprinted.

29 December 1973

This is the episode which brought the original main run of the Soggy saga to a conclusion, shown in full above. Given the date of the issue in which it appeared, one might have expected a Christmas or new year tale, which would certainly have ruled out its use as a reprint in a Cheeky Summer Special. However, despite my speculation above that this story was intended to draw the original Soggy series to a close, there is no apparent reason for not reprinting it.

Stephen's research has revealed that it wasn't just Soggy whose Cheeky reprints ceased before exhausting all available episodes - The Gang, The Cave Kids, Ringer Dinger and Why, Dad, Why? (which wasn't actually a direct reprint, rather re-drawn scripts) were all similarly curtailed.

Thanks once again to Stephen Archer for identifying all the original Soggy episodes and matching those that were reprinted with their recycled counterparts.

Cover Date Originally in Original Feature Art Original Elements Reprinted in Reprint Date Reprint Feature Reprint Elements
10-Mar-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1



17-Mar-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1979 01-Sep-1978 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
24-Mar-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1979 01-Sep-1978 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
31-Mar-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1979 01-Sep-1978 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
07-Apr-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Summer Special 01-Jul-1978 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
14-Apr-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1



21-Apr-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Summer Special 01-Jul-1978 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
28-Apr-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Summer Special 01-Jul-1978 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
05-May-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 12-Jan-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
19-May-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 01-Dec-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
26-May-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Summer Special 01-Jul-1982 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
02-Jun-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 02-Feb-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
09-Jun-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Summer Special 01-Jun-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
16-Jun-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1



23-Jun-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Holiday Special 01-Apr-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
30-Jun-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1981 01-Sep-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 2
07-Jul-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1



14-Jul-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Holiday Special 01-Apr-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
21-Jul-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 05-Jan-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
28-Jul-1973 Whizzer and Chips Star Guest Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1983 01-Aug-1982 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
28-Jul-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 15-Dec-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
04-Aug-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1981 01-Sep-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 2
11-Aug-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1



18-Aug-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 24-Nov-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
25-Aug-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1981 01-Sep-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 2
01-Sep-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 19-Jan-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
08-Sep-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1982 01-Aug-1981 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
15-Sep-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Paul Ailey 1 Cheeky Annual 1982 01-Aug-1981 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
29-Sep-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Terry Bave 1 Cheeky Annual 1982 01-Aug-1981 Soggy the Sea Monster 2
13-Oct-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Holiday Special 01-Apr-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
20-Oct-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1983 01-Aug-1982 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
27-Oct-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 22-Dec-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
03-Nov-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Summer Special 01-Jun-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
10-Nov-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 26-Jan-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
17-Nov-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Holiday Special 01-Apr-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
24-Nov-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Holiday Special 01-Apr-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
01-Dec-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 29-Dec-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
08-Dec-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Weekly 08-Dec-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1
15-Dec-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1



22-Dec-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1 Cheeky Annual 1981 01-Sep-1980 Soggy the Sea Monster 2
29-Dec-1973 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Robert Nixon 1



16-Feb-1974 Shiver and Shake Soggy the Sea Monster Terry Bave 1 Cheeky Weekly 17-Nov-1979 Soggy the Sea Monster 1