TV 21 UK COMIC  NEW SERIES NO 27 28TH MARCH 1970

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TV 21  : Uk comic
Available from Tilleys Vintage Magazines and Comics Sheffield Est 1978

 

 

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TV 21 UK COMIC  NEW SERIES NO 27 28TH MARCH 1970

THUNDERBIRDS : LAND OF THE GIANTS : 

NOTTINGHAM FOREST F C : JOE 90 :

and much more  

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  CONDITION :  GENERALLY VERY GOOD SOME ISSUES WITH  COVER SOILING , RUSTED STAPLES , DELIVERY NAME . Enlarge image for better view
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 TV 21 UK COMIC

The new merged comic was renamed TV21 and Joe 90, with the issue numbering reset to 1 (with a “New Series No.” printed on the front cover). Reflecting City Magazines’ relationship with IPC Magazines, the first issue of TV21 and Joe 90 featured an advertisement for the IPC title Smash![8] (which IPC had taken over from Odhams Press on January 1, 1969).

The publication’s name reverted to TV21 after 36 issues (the 278th overall). With issue #93 (3rd July 1971), the title changed publisher-name from City Magazines to IPC Magazines.

TV21 ceased publication in late September 1971 (issue #105), following its merger with IPC Magazines‘ Valiant and Smash! to become Valiant and TV21.[9]

Altogether, the title published 347 issues from 23 January 1965 to 25 September 1971 (242 issues before the merger with Joe 90 and an additional 105 issues thereafter).

TV Century 21, later renamed TV21TV21 and TornadoTV21 and Joe 90, and TV21 again,[1] was a weekly British children’s comic published by City Magazines during the latter half of the 1960s. It promoted the many science-fiction television series created by the Century 21 Productions company of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson. The comic was published in the style of a newspaper of the future, with the front page usually dedicated to fictional news stories set in the worlds of Fireball XL5StingrayThunderbirdsCaptain Scarlet and the Mysterons and other stories.[2] The front covers were also in colour, with photographs from one or more of the Anderson series or occasionally of the stars of the back-page feature.

The brainchild of writer-editor Alan Fennell and presenter Keith Shackleton,[3] TV Century 21 was produced by the staff at the Andersons’ Century 21 Publications, while printing and distribution was handled by City Magazines. Many of the leading British comic artists of the time contributed to the publication, including Frank Bellamy (who drew two-page-spread adventures for Thunderbirds),[4] John M. BurnsJohn CooperJon DavisEric EdenRon and Gerry EmbletonRab HamiltonDon HarleyRichard E. JenningsMike NoblePaul TrevillionRon TurnerJames Watson and Keith Watson, and the duo of Vicente Alcazar and Carlos Pino under the pseudonym “Cervic”. The comic was produced in partnership with Anderson’s Century 21 Productions; people like editor Alan Fennell also wrote episodes of the various Anderson TV shows.

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