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Walls Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Incredible Hulk 1979 Incredible Hulk 1979 20 - Issued with Walls’ ice cream in 1979, featuring colour comic action pictures of the Incredible Hulk, ‘the most powerful being ever’ whose urge is not to compete but to destroy. The backs give facts o the theme mightiest, furthest, longest, loudest, smallest, etc, plus a warning to youngsters not to attempt the Hulk’s antics. Size 68 x 37mm.
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Incredible Hulk 1979

Walls - 20 in set

£20.00

Bassett Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Survival on Star Colony 9 (1979) Survival on Star Colony 9 (1979) 50 - These colourful cartoons tell the story of Ranil Zen, a Galactic Federation pilot who is captured by Raidon space ships. Accused of spying he is sent to Star Colony 9 a prison where life expectancy is measured in days not years and from which no one had ever returned. Our hero finds himself trying to evade aliens and prehistoric creatures before managing to capture the weapon of a Jarvian hunter. He then comes across a Zoid in a life or death struggle with an octopus. Although traditionally enemies he rescues the Zoid and the two work together to try to find a ‘Time Gate’ at the centre of the planet which might allow them to escape. As the pair trek on they have to battle dangerous plants and attacks from Raidon fighters who know he has a weapon and want to destroy him. They reach the ‘Time Gate’ only to discover it is guarded by a giant robot, but firing into the robots eyes disables it and they make it inside. The human and void float through time and drift apart. Suddenly Ranil finds himself back behind the controls of his ship at the moment just before his adventure began. He decides to go home another way, but was it all a dream or did it really happen. The backs tell the story and the cards are size 64 x 35mm.
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Survival on Star Colony 9 (1979)

Bassett - 50 in set

£20.00

Barratt Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Tarzan 1967 Tarzan 1967 50 - The Edgar Rice Burroughs tale of an orphaned child who is raised by apes continues to provide material for films even today. Maybe it is because despite being found by his grandfather and returned to so-called civilisation he remained a wild-man and later returned to Africa where there was always some drama awaiting that required his special talents and bond with the animals. This set of colourful cartoons was based on the 1966 TV show which starred Ron Ely as the legendary apeman who along with chimp Cheeta and small boy known as Jai battles poachers and hostile tribes etc. The action pictures are accompanied by plenty of information on the numbered backs. An excellent set with cards size 65 x 35mm.
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Tarzan 1967

Barratt - 50 in set

£20.00

Monty Gum Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Daily Fables 1969 Daily Fables 1969 L72 -
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Daily Fables 1969

Monty Gum - L72 in set

£25.00

Master Vending Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art A Bombshell for the Sheriff (Robin Hood) 1959 A Bombshell for the Sheriff (Robin Hood) 1959 L25 -
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A Bombshell for the Sheriff (Robin Hood) 1959

Master Vending - L25 in set

£30.00

Wimpy Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Super Heroes Super Villains 1979 Super Heroes Super Villains 1979 M20 -
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Super Heroes Super Villains 1979

Wimpy - M20 in set

£30.00

Master Vending Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Taxing the Sheriff (Robin Hood) 1959 Taxing the Sheriff (Robin Hood) 1959 L25 -
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Taxing the Sheriff (Robin Hood) 1959

Master Vending - L25 in set

£30.00

Automatic Merchandising Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Adventure Twins and The Treasure Ship (black white and pink printing) 1959 Adventure Twins and The Treasure Ship (black white and pink printing) 1959 L25 -
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Automatic Merchandising Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Adventure Twins and The Treasure Ship (coloured printing) 1959 Adventure Twins and The Treasure Ship (coloured printing) 1959 L25 -
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Adventure Twins and The Treasure Ship (coloured printing) 1959

Automatic Merchandising - L25 in set

£35.00

Primrose Amazing Black Friday to Cyber Monday Deals Laurel and Hardy (cartoon) (paper thin card) 1972 Laurel and Hardy (cartoon) (paper thin card) 1972 50 - These cards feature Larry Harmon’s cartoons of legendary comedy duo Laurel & Hardy and were originally issued in candy sticks packets. Stan and Ollie’s cinema career began in 1926 and they made a total of 104 short and feature length films, the last being “Atoll K” in 1951. Their innocent, childlike characters and slapstick humour appeals to audiences of even today and you can see why in these cartoons showing the silly situations into which they get themselves. The numbered backs contain an advert for an album which could be yours for “1/6 and one box top” and also a cartoon head of the due with appropriate quote. For instance the card showing Ollie sweeping up leaves having accidentally poked Stan in the eye and the quote on the back has Ollie saying “Come on Stanley get your back into it” and Stanley replying “Oh Ollie is my eye not enough?” This set was also produced on a thick card in 1968 and on a thin card in 1972. The cards are 63 x 34mm and make a nice tribute to these legendary funny men.
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Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Superman (Thin Card) 1972 Superman (Thin Card) 1972 50 -
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Superman (Thin Card) 1972

Primrose - 50 in set

£60.00

Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Laurel and Hardy (cartoon) (thin card) 1972 Laurel and Hardy (cartoon) (thin card) 1972 50 - These cards feature Larry Harmon’s cartoons of legendary comedy duo Laurel & Hardy and were originally issued in candy sticks packets. Stan and Ollie’s cinema career began in 1926 and they made a total of 104 short and feature length films, the last being “Atoll K” in 1951. Their innocent, childlike characters and slapstick humour appeals to audiences of even today and you can see why in these cartoons showing the silly situations into which they get themselves. The numbered backs contain an advert for an album which could be yours for “1/6 and one box top” and also a cartoon head of the due with appropriate quote. For instance the card showing Ollie sweeping up leaves having accidentally poked Stan in the eye and the quote on the back has Ollie saying “Come on Stanley get your back into it” and Stanley replying “Oh Ollie is my eye not enough?” This set was also produced on a thick card in 1968 and on a paper thin card in 1972. The cards are 63 x 34mm and make a nice tribute to these legendary funny men.
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Topps (UK) Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Marvel Super Heroes (inscribed copyright 1976) 1980 Marvel Super Heroes (inscribed copyright 1976) 1980 LT49 -
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Walls Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Doctor Who Adventure (29 different cards from the set of 36) 1967 Doctor Who Adventure (29 different cards from the set of 36) 1967 29 out of 36 -
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Anglo Confectionery Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Tarzan 1967 Tarzan 1967 LT66 - The Edgar Rice Burroughs tale of an orphaned child who is raised by apes continues to provide material for films even today. Maybe it is because despite being found by his grandfather and returned to so-called civilisation he remained a wild-man and later returned to Africa where there was always some drama awaiting that required his special talents and bond with the animals. This set of colourful cartoons was based on the 1966 TV show which starred Ron Ely as the legendary apeman who along with chimp Cheeta and small boy known as Jai battles poachers and hostile tribes etc. The pictures are numbered with white borders and the backs make up into a large picture of the character and his companions. Card size 89 x 68mm
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Tarzan 1967

Anglo Confectionery - LT66 in set

£90.00

Calvert Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Dan Dare 1954 Dan Dare 1954 K25 - As fa as we know this Manchester firm only produced one set of cards, but what a set! These feature the British sci-fi hero Dan Dare created by illustrator Frank Hampson. Dan is described as a “pilot of the future” and first appeared in the comic the Eagle where his space adventures were told between 1950 and 1967. Dan’s stories may have been set in the future, but he espoused old fashioned values of keeping your word, finding peaceful solutions where possible and having a sense of humour. The colourful cards picture some of the main characters, different space craft and of course The Mekon who was a super-intelligent alien and enemy of Dan. Interestingly for a boy’s comic of the time, the story also included a brilliant female research biologist called Professor Jocelyn Peabody and the amount of back story that is given on the card back for her and the other characters is very impressive. This is a fascinating set with cards size 56 x 38mm
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Dan Dare 1954

Calvert - K25 in set

£100.00

Primrose Films, TV, Sci Fi & Comic Art Laurel and Hardy (cartoon) (thick card) 1968 Laurel and Hardy (cartoon) (thick card) 1968 50 - These cards feature Larry Harmon’s cartoons of legendary comedy duo Laurel & Hardy and were originally issued in candy sticks packets. Stan and Ollie’s cinema career began in 1926 and they made a total of 104 short and feature length films, the last being “Atoll K” in 1951. Their innocent, childlike characters and slapstick humour appeals to audiences of even today and you can see why in these cartoons showing the silly situations into which they get themselves. The numbered backs contain an advert for an album which could be yours for “1/6 and one box top” and also a cartoon head of the due with appropriate quote. For instance the card showing Ollie sweeping up leaves having accidentally poked Stan in the eye and the quote on the back has Ollie saying “Come on Stanley get your back into it” and Stanley replying “Oh Ollie is my eye not enough?” This set was also produced on a thin card and paper thin card in 1972. The cards are 63 x 34mm and make a nice tribute to these legendary funny men.
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Fleetway Scarce, Rare & Unusual Series Adventures of Sexton Blake 1968 Adventures of Sexton Blake 1968 L72 -
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Adventures of Sexton Blake 1968

Fleetway - L72 in set

£435.00

 
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