The Hotspur (2nd series Picture comic) Index.

Last Updated April 2014. Note this is very much a work in progress page.

  • Publication Dates: 24th October 1959 - ?
  • Published every Thursday.
  • Note – page count 32 pages.
    
    
  • Incorporated The Hornet (14th February 1976) and The Crunch (2nd February 1980). Merged with The Victor (31st January 1981).
    
    
    
  • The following Hotspur annuals have been indexed – 1966; 1967; 1968; 1970; 1971; 1972; 1978; 1986.

    Please note that no Hotspur summer specials were published, but annuals were. This index is a work in progress.

    Notes on how to use this index.

    The index below is arranged A to Z by strip title, character and subject headings. Search for characters and artists by their surname.

    Please see the diagram below for explanation of how each entry should be read.

    Subject Headings include:-

  • Artists#
  • African# themed stories
  • American themed stories
  • Australian themed stories
  • Canadian themed stories
  • Characters# series (that is, a character and main supporting cast (but not necessarily every character to appear in the series), appearing in one or several series in The Hornet).
  • Complete# one issue stories
  • Cover# stories of The Hornet, front and back.
  • Factual#, true stories
  • Far East# themed stories
  • Football# Teams
  • Games#
  • Giant# themed stories.
  • Historical# stories (Ancient; Medieval; Elizabethan).
  • Humorous# Stories
  • Indian themed stories (that is, the country India).
  • Middle# East themed stories
  • Military# Medal Winners (true stories)
  • Norwegian themed stories
  • Police# Stories
  • Quizzes#
  • School# Boy Stories
  • Secret# Service stories
  • Sci-fi# stories
  • Sport# stories
  • Text# stories (non-picture stories)
  • Western# stories
  • World War One# (fiction stories)
  • World War Two# (fiction stories)

    Note, if you are searching for a subject heading place an '#' after the first word to aid searching. For example, Artists# or Military# and so on. For World War One and Two stories, type World War One# and World War Two#.

    (Note I have now also added a '#' after each letter for example, A#, B# and so on, to assist with searching.)

    If your looking for a particular artist, look under the artist heading. For those wanting to know more about various artists, please check - Artist Identify page.

    Please note that there may be a few errors in the index, for which I apologise in advance. (I'll be proof reading and amending the index when time allows). But to the best of my knowledge the information below is accurate. If anyone spots any mistakes, please let me know.

    Glossary

  • ? = Confirmation required about the information. For example, which artist drew that particular strip or when a particular strip started or finished.
  • RP = The story has been reprinted.
  • A letter in brackets for example, (F) refer to unidentified artists.
  • col. = part or all of a story has been printed in colour.
    
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    
    
    
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  • Asbestos Blake (complete story; factual?; story about the veteran American fire-fighter; artist not known) 1971.
  • Absent-Minded Albert (series character; humour; 3 or 4 panel strip; artist not known).
    • 6 – 46; 51; 61; 229 (different artist) 230 (artist as 229) 231 (artist as 229); 236 (artist as 229); 237 (artist as 229); 238 (artist as 229); 239 (artist as 229); 279; 280; 282; 283; 284; 288; 289; 290; 291; 292; 293; 294; 295; 296;
    
    
    
  • Actus (series character; Roman gladiator) see Sign They Dread, The.
  • African# themed stories see
    • Buffalo Jones (western in Africa; complete story).
    • Bugle Boy (Boer War, 1899; S. Africa; series character).
    • Bullets of Rifleman Rudd, The (series character; hunter, 1880’s; Africa).
    • March of the Gorillas (series character; African adventure).
    • School of the Assegai, The (series characters; schoolboy adventure; South Africa 1878, during the Zulu war).
    • Sergeant Moss of Mafeking (series character; Boer War, South Africa).
    
    
    
  • After the Six Big Bangs (sci-fi; complete story; last man in New York after six nuclear bombs exploded there; artist not known) 1971.
  • After the Tin-Fish Struck (WW2 RN; complete story; survival story at sea; artist Bevan) 233.
    
    
    
  • Air Fights of Flyer Hart (series characters; WW2 RAF; featuring Flying Officer Johnny Hart; “Brummie” Smith, his mechanic; artist Smith).
    • starts prior to 121 - ?; 289 (artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Airliners of the World (factual; inside front and back covers; artist not known) 1966.
  • Airship Pioneer (factual; a brazilian Alberto Santos-Dumont attempted to fly his airship around the Effiel Tower in France 1901 in a competition; artist Bevan) 277.
    
    
    
  • Alaskan Postman, The (series character; flying mailman; featuring Dan Cameron; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 1118 – 121; note - no story in issues 119, 120.
    
    
    
  • Albert, Absent-Minded (series character; humour) see Absent-Minded Albert.
  • Alexander the Young (series character; ancient age; story about the younger life of Alexander, the later Prince of Macedonia; artist not known).
    • 245 - ?
    
    
    
  • All in a Day’s Work (factual; stories about eight exciting jobs, lumberjack, deep-sea diver and so on; artist not known) 4.
    
    
    
  • All Sorts of ‘Copters (factual; commercial and military helicopters; artist Bevan?; inside front and back covers) 1968.
     
    
    
  • All Sorts of Ships (factual; commercial, military and sailing craft; inside front and back covers; artist Bevan?) 1967.
    
    
    
  • All Sorts of Soldiers (factual; pictures of soldiers from different countries and centuries; artist not known) 1.
  • Allan, Johnny (series character; sport; football) see Ragged Rovers, The.
  • American# themed stories (included S. American stories too); see also Westerns.
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    • Campbell, Wolfer (man of the wilds; knowledge of animals; present day stories).
    • Dakota Jim (series character; western).
    • Here Comes the Ship of the Desert (complete story; adventure; Buck Gibson, newspaper reporter).
      
      
          
    • Longbow (series character; American West).
    • Tim Tyler and the Mole Men (series characters; S. American adventure underground).
    • Vengeance of the Incas (series characters; present day Inca invasion in Bolivia).
    • Wandering Wilbur – cripes! His Horse has Stripes (series character; text).
    
     
    
    
  • Arabin, Mark (series characters; WW2 secret service) see Vengeance Comes Unseen.
  • Arrow of Dust SOS, The (factual; WW2 Army; Greece; complete story; artist not known) 267.
  • Arthur - Pendragon of the Britons (complete story; adventure about King Arthur; artist not known) 1966.
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    • Fred Kays Crazy Railroad second artist/ Wondering Webb (Slim).
    • Battler From the Back Streets, The (series character; sport; boxing).
    • Blackfeet Blockade, The (American West; US Cavarly escaping an Indian ambush; front/back cover story; artist Wondering Webbs?).
      
      
            
    • Black Wolf (series characters; Canadian themed story; police).
    • ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The (series characters; WW2 Home Front, Cardiff).
    • Desperate Dash of Ice-Hockey Dan (western; factual; front/back cover story).
    • Five Bags Full! (WW2 Army; Far East; complete story).
    • Fred’s Fearless Firemen! (complete story; WW2 Auxiliary Fire Service).
      
      
            
    • Gadget Podgett (series character; humorous).
    • Lost Legends (complete stories each issue about strange customs and legends of schools throughout Britain; artist Wandering Webbs?)
      
      
            
    • Mulligan’s Mules (series characters; western; humorous; artist wandering Webb?).
    • Red Feather (series character; western).
    • Redcoat Rodgers (series characters; police; Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
    • Stone Frigate, The (series characters; peace-time RN) see Tall Tower, The.
    • Stone Warship, The (series; WW2 RN sea cadets).
    • Two Tigers of Tashgar, The (complete story; the killing of two tigers terrorising a Northern Indian village).
       
      
            
    • Vengeance of the Incas (series characters; adventure).
    • Wondering, Wandering Webbs, The (schoolboy adventures).
    
    
    
         
    • Bevan#, Jeff (British).
    • After the Tin-Fish Struck (WW2 RN; complete story; survival story at sea).
    • Airship Pioneer ( factual; a brazilian Alberto Santos-Dumont attempted to fly his airship around the Effiel Tower in France 1901 in a competition).
      
      
           
    • All Sorts of ‘Copters (factual; commercial and military helicopters; artist Bevan?)
    • All Sorts of Ships (commercial, military and sailing craft; artist Bevan?)
    • Ball-and-Chain Cannon, The : and Strange Guns Galore (a look at some strange guns through history).
      
      
           
    • Big Shots Through the Ages (factual; history of big artillery guns; artist Bevan?).
    • Black Hawk, The (series character?).
    • Bow That Fired Boulders, The (war machines of the Middle Ages; artist Bevan?).
    • Carrier Strike Force (factual information about the Fleet Air Arm; inside back cover; artist Bevan?)
    • Catherine-wheel Gun (machine-guns old and new; artist Bevan?).
    • Chopper, Here Comes A (factual; history of helicopters; artist Bevan?).
    • Ferryboats of Britain (factual; different types of ferryboats from around the UK).
    • Fighting Ghost From Liverpool Bay, The (WW2 RN; 02nd June, 1939; submarine H.M.S. Thetis, but was salvaged and re-launched as H.M.S. Thunderbolt which had a successful war).
       
      
           
    • First Across the North Pole (story of cameraman Hubert Wilkins, filming great events from 1912 to 1931).
      
      
           
    • First Raid on Tokio, The (WW2 USAF; factual; story of American B25 bomber).
    • Floating Prison in the Sky, The (factual; man’s first flight into the stratosphere).
    • For Those in Peril on the Seas (factual; a page about lifeboat history).
    • Grant’s Grenades (series characters; WW1 Army).
    • Grasshopper Green – the Flying Eye (WW2 RAF; series character).
    • Great Pipe Rescue (factual; a Hotspur True-Life story; 25th Oct. 1963, story of rescue of miners from a mine in Germany).
      
      
           
    • Hero of the Norfolk Floods, The (George Medal; factual).
    • Iron Road to Nowhere, the (factual; building of a railway line through Death Valley, Arizonia, USA; a Hotspur True Life Adventure).
      
      
           
    • Kent Kept on Fishing (complete story; WW2 RAF).
    • Lifeboats (series about lifeboats).
    • Modern Marvels (factual; one picture fact file about a modern marvel; note didn’t draw the entire series).
      
      
           
    • No Road This Way (WW2 RN frogmen; complete story).
    • Old and Odd Wheelers of the Roads (factual; a look at late 19th century, early 20th century cars, buses and so on).
      
           
    • Pick-a-back Bomber (factual; WW1 RFC; Nov. 1915 Dardanelles bombing raid).
    • Q-Ship Campbell (factual; story of HMS Farnborough as a Q-Ship, WW1).
    • Railway Headlines, They Hit The (factual; drawings of eight British steam engines; artist Bevan?)
    • Ruthless Ruff of the RFC (series character; WW1 RFC).
    • Sailing Speedsters of the Seas (factual; nine fast sailing ships Bevan?).
    • Scarlet Hawk, The (series character; sci-fi; police).
    • Sea-Going Airfields (factual; six aircraft carriers from WW1 to late 1950’s; artist Bevan?).
    • See How They’ve Changed (factual; past and present ship types; artist Bevan?)
    • Ship Shapes Seen Around Our Harbours (factual; inside front and back covers).
    • Smiling, Slamming Sammy (factual; biography of the British boxer).
    • Speedsters of the Sea (factual; fast powered war and civilian boats).
    • Submarine Hunters (factual; inside front cover).
    • Ten-Year Treasure Hunt, The (searching for gold and silver sunk in S.S. Egypt, May 1922).
      
      
           
    • Terror at Tank Three (factual; fire-fighting; extinguishing a tank of naptha liquid that had caught fire; southern England, 1960’s?)
       
      
           
    • They Never Should Have Changed the Name (the sinking of the British Ironclad HMS Victoria in an shipping accident, 1893).
      
      
          
    • They Won’t Get Our Gunbus (factual; WW1 RFC; a true Hotspur story).
      
      
      
           
    • Twenty Eight Days to Darwin (factual; flight from England to Australia 1919; a Hotspur true life adventure).
      
      
           
    • Two Men in a Boat (factual; epic voyage of the world’s smallest trans-Atlantic ship, 1897; Hotspur True Life Adventure).
      
      
           
    • Wandsworth Warehouse Rescue, The (factual; true story of 1930’s fire brigade story).
    • Wings of War (factual; nine jet powered warplanes which fly faster than sound).
    • True Life Stories (series; factual; real-life headline stories; artist Bevan?).
    • Winter Speed Sports (factual; artist Bevan?).
    • World’s Fastest Fighting Ships, The (factual; British, American and other nationalities fastest ships WW2 to late 1950’s; artist Bevan?).
      
      
           
    • World’s Greatest Horsemen, The (factual; series; drew most of the series).
    • Yellow Jersey, The (series character; sport; cycling).
    
    
    
        
    • Bleach#, Jim (British
    • Away Goes McGinty (WW2 RAF Regt; uses a magician’s trick to save his life; complete story).
    • Captain John : The Wandering Warrior (early 17th century; English mercenary; complete story?)
    • Dozy Danny (series character; sport; football; note – didn’t draw all of the various series).
    • Danny the Flyer (complete story; WW2 RAF).
    • Dry Lander Lester (complete story; WW2 RAF; Coastal Command).
    • Eight Little Biggar Boys (complete story; sport; tug-of-war team).
    • Fender the Bender: He Couldn’t Land Without Crashing (complete story; WW2 RAF; artist Bleach?).
    • Freeman’s Feathered Fighters (WW2 RN; complete story).
    • Grasshopper Green (WW2 RAF; series character; note – drew only a few stories).
    • He Only Kept Wide Awake Once! (WW2 RAF; complete story; Bleach?)
    • Johnny Jones at School (series character; school boy adventures).
    • Jungle Fighters From the Iron Wasp, The (post WW2 army; text; complete story).
    • Limp Along Leslie (series character; sport; football).
    • Old Ever Ready (series characters; based on Captain F. Marryat’s book Masterman Ready; adventure; China Sea).
      
          
    • Postman in the Outback (series character; Australian themed story).
    • Ragged Rovers, The (series characters; sport; football).
    • Sudden Death on Runway One (WW2 RAF; complete story; artist Bleach?).
    • Terror or the Creeping Tide, The (WW2 RAF 1959; civilian saving the life of a pilot who landed in mud; artist Bleach?).
      
      
          
    • Terror of Orchard Lane (complete story; WW2 Home Front, bomb disposal; dangerous/friendly dog).
      
      
          
    • Three Hat Harrison (WW2 Army; RN; RAF; complete story).
    • World War Two (series following the British in different theatres of war; WW2 Army).
    • Zigimar – Master Spy (series character; WW1 secret agent; didn’t draw all of the various series’).
    
    
    
        
    • Carrion#, (Spanish)
    • Young Blondin (series character; fictional adventures? about a true person; drew the picture story only).
      
          
    • Charge of the Sea-Horses, The (factual; a front/back cover story; artist Carrion?).
    • Red Feather’s Last Fight (factual; front / back cover story; artist Carrion)?
    • Yorkshire Cossack, The (series character; Napoleonic War; fighting with Russians against Napoleon; artist Carrion?)
      
      
          
    
    
    
    
        
    • Chapman#, Steve (British?)
    • Boys of the Big Mast, The (series characters; young boys training to be sailors; artist Chapman?)
      
      
          
    • Cannuck King, Commando Axeman (series character; WW2 Commandoes; artist chapman?)
    • Lost Boys of the Hungry 40’s (series characters; orphaned boys in the 1840’s).
    • Roland the Paladin (series character; story set in the time of Charlemagne in the year 771).
    • School for Miners (series characters; present day mining / mystery, Wales).
    • School in the Fens (series characters; days after 1066, England).
    • Tall Tower, The (series characters; peace time RN; artist Chapman?)
    • Wolf of Kabul, The (second series).
    
    
    
         
    • Colquhoun, Joe (British).
    • Lost Planes Found (series characters; WW2 RAF plane recovery team; artist for this series?)
    
    
    
    
         
    • Farrugia#,British
    • see also the Victor and Hornet indexes.
    • Flying Tiger, The (WW2 RAF; series characters).
    • Last School, The (series characters; sci-fi).
    
    
    
    
         
    • Giralt#, (Spanish)
    • Haddie (series character; sport; football).
    • Hurricane Hutch (series character; sport; football).
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
          
    • Holroyd#, Bill (British).
    • Bill Bass of Bomb Alley.
    • Black Hatchet (series characters; adventure; Britian invaded)
    • Broadaxe (series character?;)
    • Engineers Came With Tooth and Claw! (complete story; Canadian backwoods adventure, also featuring beavers; artist Bill Holroyd?).
    • Redcoat Rodgers (series characters; Police; Canadian themed story; artist Bill Holroyd?).
    • Wilsons on the Wallaroo, The (series characters; Australian themed story; adventure).
    • Up to His Neck – in Coal! (factual; true story about firefighter Johnson saving a man’s life in a boiler full of coal).
    • Year of the Big Rats, The (series characters; giant rats)
    • Yellow Sword, The (series characters; Britain invaded story).
    
    
    
    
         
    • Kennedy#, Ian (Scottish)
    • Black Horses of Vengeance (series character; Georgian England).
    • Boy Who Followed Fire Engines (complete story; fire brigade, London 1860's).
    • Chained to His Bat (series characters; sport; cricket).
    • I Fought in the Battle of Britain (series character; WW2 RAF).
    • Last Cavalry’s Last Charge, The (WW2 Army; complete story; Far East; 1942).
    • Marblehead Marines, The (American War of Independence, 1776; story of Captain Glover and his sailor soldier Regt.; front / back cover story).
      
      
           
    • North American Mustang, The (factual; history of the WW2 fighter plane).
    • Over the Top – and the Best of Luck (series characters; sport; horse- jumping).
    • Quantrill’s Rangers, The Truth About (American Civil War; 1863; front / back cover story).
    • Secret Flyer, The (series characters; WW2 RAF / French Resistance; artist Kennedy?)
    • Spy in the Sputnik, The (series character; sci-fi).
    • When the Scalp-Hunters Came (American West teacher, Charles Johnston built a school in Iowa; front / back cover story).
    
    
         
         
    • Marti, Josep (Spanish?)
    • Bobby of Black Rock, The (series character; police; western).
    
    
    
    
         
    • Morley#, Allan (British) or Fred Kay artist?
    • Lanky Franky – He Meddles and Muddles (series character).
    • Redcoat Rogers (series characters; Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
    • Wondering, Wandering Webbs, The (series characters; school boy adventures).
    • Blue Pencil Billy (series characters; humour; junior boy reporter).
    
    
    
    
    
    
         
    • Patrick#, Terry (British)
    • Black Sapper (series character; crime-fighter).
    • Bluey Benson's Dingoes (WW2 Ausrtalian army; Crete; complete story/series).
    • Kerne of Base Seven (series character; WW2 RAF; guarding Weather Base Seven in the Artic).
    • Lost Regiment, The (WW1 Army; complete story; Flanders; defending a hill).
    • Red Star Robinson (series characters; crime adventure).
    • Scarlet Javelins, The (series characters; adventure).
    • Send For Hazard (adventure story; complete or series? World wide rescues).
    • Terror on the Tall Timbers, The (Frank Kitchener, private detective with a railway line; complete story; western).
      
               
    • Vengeance Comes Unseen (series characters; WW2 secret service).
    • Walker of the Royal Flying Corps (series character; WW1 RFC).
    • What a Plight for a Pantry Boy (complete story; the Yokohama Earthquake, 1923 China).
    
    
    
           
    • Phil (Hornet artist – British?)
    • Hickory Dick (series character; musical adventure).
    
    
    
             
    • Puss n’ Boots (British?)
    • Ossie the Outlaw.
    
    
    
    
         
    • Rawlings#, Leo (British)
    • see also the Victor and Hornet indexes.
    • Limping Man, The (series character; WW2 Secret Service).
    
    
    
         
    • Rawlings#, Ted (British)
    • see also the Victor index.
    • Barrier Rat, The (big-fish hunters; Australian Barrier Reef).
    • Battle of Hunchback Farm, The (boys adventure; preventing the destruction of a farm).
    • Black Skuas Came Screaming (series characters; text; giant birds; flying).
    • Blitz Kids, The (WW2 School boy adventures; main picture to accompany a Text story).
    • Bluey Benson’s Boxers (series characters; sport; boxing).
    • Boy From the Back o’ Beyond, The (series character; text; boy adventure in the Australian Outback).
    • Cat’s Whiskers Kelly – Boy Against the Bombs (series character; WW2 home front).
    • It’s Not a War – it’s a game (Two Indian tribes, Chocktaws and the Crees settling differences by playing a game).
      
           
    • Kid in Cauliflower Alley, The (series character; sport; boxing).
    • Motor Car is Worth a Million, This (robbery; text; complete story).
    • Puffing Billy of the Prairie (series characters; western; steam tractor engine).
    • Rocky Mountain Locusts, The (American West 1874 farmers fighting locusts across the plains of America).
    • Sergeant Moss of Mafeking (series character; Boer War, South Africa).
    • Tony Martin – Stunt Man (series character; ex-acrobat who becomes a top film stunt man).
    • Tom-on-the-Run (orphan boy’s adventures in North Wales).
    • Tough on the Sunset Trail, It’s (series characters; western).
    • Trail of the Pink Pancake, The (humorous; text; complete story; potty botanists in Africa looking for a tree).
      
      
           
    • Wandering Wilbur – cripes! His Horse has Stripes (series character; text; adventure story set in America).
    • Wolftaker, The (series character; mid 15th century).
    
    
    
         
    • Purple Bombs (Spanish?)
    • see also the Victor Index.
    • Phantom Flyer, The (series characters; WW2 RAF).
    
    
          
          
    • Richtie#, Bill (British)
    • Cat Street Kids, The (series characters; humorous).
    • Hotspur 1960 front Christmas front cover 96.
    
    
    
          
    • Shone, Keith (British)
    • Morgan on Thunder Mountain (series; mountaineering adventure).
    
    
    
    
    
          
    • Smith#, Ron (British)
    • see also the Victor Index.
    • Air Flights of Flyer Hart (series characters; WW2 RAF).
    • Boy With the Wooden Collar (series character; 15th century; artist for 1970 story).
    • Fighting Barber of Six Trails, The (series character; western).
    • First Iron Tomahawk, The (factual; Jack Dawson, Indian trader in the American West inventing by accident a Tomahawk that could also be used as a pipe).
      
                
    • Fishing Notions of different Nations (factual; Smith?).
    • Greatest Air War, The (WW2 glider pilots; complete story; airborne invasion of Sicily, Italy; artist Smith) 1966.
      
                
    • Gunmaster, The (series character; western; text and pictures?).
    • Hercules The Strong (series character; ancient Greece).
    • King Cobra (series character; crime-fighter) see King Cobra.
    • Man With the Hammer (series characters; WW2 Army; text). Broderick; Lance-Corporal Joe Watson; artist Ron Smith).
      
      
                
    • Massacre of the Mountain Men, The (early days of the American West; fur traders attacked by Dakota Indians; a true front cover story).
      
      
                
    • Nick Jolly (series character; highwayman; crime fighter).
    • Nick Silver (series character?; school boy adventure).
    • Road of a Thousand Blisters, The (series character; sport; walking; artist Smith?)
    • Soap-Box Special, The (series character; sport; soap-box car racing; artist Smith?)
    • Snappy Wanderers, The (series character; western; text).
    • Ten Thousand Years Ago (series characters; stone-age).
    • Trail of the Ten Rockets, The (series characters; adventure; artist Smith?)
    • Twelve Keys of Courage (series character; mid-18th century; adventure).
    • Wheels on His Heels (series character; roller-skating; text; artist Smith?).
    • Wild Bill Hickock, The Boyhood of (series character; western).
    • Young Blondin (series character; text; fictional stories about the boyhood of Blondin, a famous tightrope walker).
    
     
    
    
          
    • Sturrock#, (British)
    • Danny Dixon’s Lazy, Crazy Railway (series characters; text; humorous).
    • Danny the Drover (series characters; text; cattle droving 18th century England).
    • Dozy Danny (text stories).
    • Fister Flint – Sparrow-Weight Champion (series characters; sport; boxing).
    • Fury – The Story of a Dartmoor Pony (adventure; text).
    • Goal-Scoring Goalkeeper, The (factual; football funny facts).
    • Jim Masterson – Waggon Train Boss (series characters; text; western).
    • Longbow (series character; American West; artist for text stories only).
    • Pancake Panton (series character; text; humorous).
    • Sea Fights of Iceberg Bill, The (series characters; WW2 RN; text).
    • Search For The City of Fire (series characters; text; adventure).
    • Secret Eater of St. Mike’s, The (series character; text; school boy adventure; humorous).
    • Willie the Conk (series character; WW1 tank; text).
    
     
          
    • Sutherland#, Peter (British artist?)
    • Blake of the Ironfists (WW2 Army, tanks; complete story? series characters?)
    
    
        
     
          
    • Vandeput#, Albert (British artist?)
    • see also the Victor Index.
    • Brampton Keys, The (series characters; sport; football).
    • Dozy Danny (series character; sport; football).
    • Limp Along Leslie (series character; sport; football; artist on some stories).
    • Team of the Doomed, The (series characters; sport; football).
    • What a Referee! (series character?; sport; football).
    • Wolf of Kabul, The (series character; secret service; North-West Frontier; note only drew some episodes).
    
    
           
    • Watson#, Jim (Scottish).
      • Shackleton: Trailblazer of the Antarctic (factual; his adventures in Antarctic; artist Watson?).
      
      
       
      
    • Ashton, Jim (series character; sci-fi) see Purple Planet, The.
      
       
      
    • Australia, You See Them (factual; Australian animals native to the country) 1971.
    • Australian# themed stories.
      • Australia, You See Them (factual; Australian animals native to the country)1971.
      • Barrier Rat, The (big-fish hunters; Australian Barrier Reef).
      • Bluey Benson’s Boxers (series characters; sport; boxing.
      • Boy From the Back o’ Beyond, The (series character; text; boy adventure in the Australian Outback).
      • Postman in the Outback (series character).
      • Tasman Tiger, The (complete story; Australian themed story; factual; 18th century).
      • Trail of the Ten Rockets, The (series characters; adventure).
      • Wilsons on the Wallaroo, The (series characters; adventure).
      • Wondering, Wandering Webbs, The (series characters; school boy adventures).
    • Automobile Anderson (complete story; text; humorous; artist not known) 1967.
    • Away Goes McGinty (WW2 RAF Regt; uses a magician’s trick to save his life; complete story; artist Bleach) 228.
      
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    • Badges of Britain’s New Brigades – New Army Units (factual) 77.
    • Bailey, Jeff and Ken (series characters; WW2 Home Front; school boy adventure) see Blitz Brothers, The.
      
      
      
    • Ball-and-Chain Cannon, The : and Strange Guns Galore (factual; a look at some strange guns through history; artist Bevan) 221.
      
      
      
    • Bandy Walker (series character; western; featuring Bandy Walker; artist not known).
      • 1 – 20.
      • 44 - 46 (continuation of the first series, after a short break?)
      • 237.
      
      
       
    • Barker, Sergeant Harry (series character; WW2 RAF) see Flying Tiger, The.
    • Barrier Rat, The (big-fish hunters; Australian Barrier Reef; featuring Professor Paul W. vandusen; Dave Peters; artist Ted Rawlings).
      • 130 - ?
      
      
      
    • Bass, Sub-Lieutenant Bill (series character; WW2 RAF; Air-Sea Rescue) see Bill Bass of Bomb Alley.
    • Battle For Harvey’s Hat, The (complete story; 1st June, 1794; the replacing of the Duke of Brunswick’s hat from H.M.S. Brunswick’s wooden figure-head on the brow of the ship; artist not known) 291.
      
      
      
    • Battle of Hunchback Farm, The (boys adventure; preventing the destruction of a farm; featuring Fred and Bob March; Long Tom; artist Ted Rawlings).
      • 111 - ?
      
      
      
    • Battle of the Barges (WW2 RAF; factual; A “Greatest Air War” Story; bombing of invasion barges in occupied France, 1940; artist not known) 171.
      
      
      
    • Battler From the Back Streets, The (series character; boxing; featuring Kid Miller; Barber, his manager).
      • 157 – 169.
      
      
      
      
    • Battling Benny (series character; sport; boxing; featuring Benny Tipton; artist not known).
      • 100 - ?
      
      
      
    • Battling Wreck on Runway One, The (complete story; WW2 RAF; grounded fighter plane defends a British airfield in N. Africa; artist not known) 58.
      
      
      
    • Beacon is Lit, The (series character; western; featuring Thunder Chief; artist not known).
      • starts prior to 80 – 86.
      
      
      
    • Bearpaw’s Bonanza (crime adventure; bounty hunter; series character?; featuring Bearpaw Jay; artist not known) 1986.
      
      
      
    • Beetles of Doom, The (series characters; sci-fi; Kato; Luka; Jang; Jim Thorne; artist as Bill Bass?).
      • 33 – 37 or 42.
      
       
      
      
    • Bennet, Tubby (series character; Britain invaded) see
    • Black hatchet, The.
    • Benson, Bluey (series character; sport; boxing) see Bluey Benson’s Boxers.
    • Benson, Davy (series; WW2 home front school boy adventure) see Davy of doodlebug Alley.
      
      
      
    • Benson, Private Ben (series character; WW1 Army; newspaper writer for the Warrior Weekly) see Warrior Weekly.
      
      
      
    • Benton, Private Bill (series character; WW2 Army) see Tall Tales of Blowhard the Brave.
    • Beppo, an ape (series character; 18th century adventure) see Great Netro – Man of Magic
    • Berry, Constable (series character; humorous; police) see Police Hog Grunther.
    • Bertie’s Bear (series character?; WW2 army; humorous; featuring Private Bert Toomly; Bozzler, a bear; artist not known) 1986.
      
      
      
    • Beware the Little Black Button (1939; Berlin Germany; photographing of Kiel harbour by devious means; artist not known) 293.
       
      
      
    • Biffalo Bill (series character; sport; football; Bramington Albion; featuring Biffalo Bill Bradley; artist Vandeput).
      • starts prior to 220 – 234.
      
      
      
    • Big Freeze, The (series character; adventure; featuring Ken Penrose; artist not known).
      • 170 - ?
      
      
      
    • Big Jack’s Rag-Tag Railway (series characters; featuring ?; artist?).
      • ? - ?
      
      
      
    • Big Job for the Little ‘Un, A (WW2 RN; text; complete page story; artist not known) 60.
    • Big Palooka, The (series character; WW2 army; police; featuring Jim Ransom).
      • see also the Hornet Index.
      • 1978; (artist not Sutherland, but drawn in his style?; 1986.
      
      
      
    • Big Shots Through the Ages (factual; history of big artillery guns; artist Bevan?) 13.
    • Bill Bass of Bomb Alley (WW2 RAF; Air Sea Rescue; featuring Sub-Lieutenant Bill Bass; Sub-Lieutenant Joe Watson; Leading Rating Chips Norton; artist ?).
      • 31 - ?
      
      
      
    • Bird For Christmas, A (complete story; humour; set in Antarctic; artist not known) 10.
    • Black hatchet, The (series characters; Britain invaded, 1998 by Oriental race – Zans; featuring Frank Drake; Tubby Bennet; Dick Randall; artist not known).
      • 21- 31.
      
      
      
    • Black Hawk, The (series character?; artist Bevan) 1970.
    • Black Horses of Vengeance (series character; Georgian England; featuring Ned Burford; artist Kennedy?).
      • 274 – 287; no episode in 288; 289 – 290.
      
      
      
    • Black Sapper (series character; crime-fighter; featuring Black Sapper; artist Terry Patrick).
      • starts prior 650 - ?
      
      
      
    • Black Skuas Came Screaming (series characters; text; giant birds; flying; featuring Bruce Miller; Tabs Taylor; Dave Maddox; artist Ted Rawlings).
      • 36 – 43.
      
      
      
    • Black Wolf (series characters; Canadian themed story; police; featuring Black Wolf; Sergeant Harding; artist Slim).
      • 133 – 141.
       
      
      
    • Blake, Lieutenant John (series character; British Army, 1840’s) see Blake of the Blues.
      
      
      
    • Blake, Peter (series character; mid-18th century adventure) see Twelve Keys of Courage, The.
    • Blake of the Blues (series character; British Army, 1840’s; featuring Lieutenant John Blake; artist not known).
      • 236 – 243.
      
      
      
    • Blake of the Ironfists (WW2 Army, tanks; complete story? series characters?; featuring Sergeant Blake; privates Mick Selby; Noaky Noakes; Tubby Tracey; artist Sutherland) 1968.
      
      
      
    • Blitz Brothers, The (series characters; WW2 Home Front; school boy adventure; featuring Jeff and Ken Bailey; artist not known).
      • starts prior to 183 - ?
      
      
      
      
      
    • Blitz Kids, The (series characters; text; World War Two school boy adventures; Spicer Street Gang; featuring Ginger Jones; Skinny Turner; Ernie Potts; Constable Cooper; artist Ted Rawlings).
      • 1 - ?
      
      
      
    • Blondin, Charles (series character; fictional boyhood adventures of the real life Blondin) see Charles Blondin.
      
      
      
      
    • Blow, Boy, Blow (complete story; story about a boy in a brass band; artist not known; same as Eye in the Sky complete story) 4.
    • Blue Pencil Billy (series character; junior boy reporter; humorous; featuring Billy Fisher; artist Webb).
      • 16 - ?
      
      
      
    • Bluey Benson’s Boxers (series characters; sport; boxing; Australian themed story; featuring Bluey Benson; artist Ted Rawlings).
        starts prior to 183 - ?
      
      
      
    • Bluey Benson's Dingoes (WW2 Ausrtalian army; Crete; complete story/series?; artist Patrick) 1970.
    • Bobby of Black Rock, The (series character; police; western; featuring ; artist Marti).
      • 1986.
      • starts prior 650 - ?
      
      
      
      
    • Boodle (series; school boy adventures; humour) see Wily Watkins.
    • Bowman, Harry (series character; Napoleonic War) see Yorkshire Cossack, The.
    • Bowman Needs Brawn and Brains, A (complete story; American Indian story; artist not known) 20.
    • Boy From the Back o’ Beyond, The (series character; text; boy adventure in the Australian Outback; featuring Harry Lester; Benny, the dog; artist Ted Rawlings).
      • 21 – 35.
      
      
      
    • Boy Who Followed Fire Engines (complete story; fire brigade, London 1860's; artist Ian Kennedy) 1966.
    • Boy Who Sings to Horses, The (series character; sports; horse-racing; featuring Johnny Stubbs; artist not known).
      • starts prior to 121 - ?
      
      
      
    • Boy With the Wooden Collar (series character; 15th century; featuring Tommy Perfitt; artist Smith) 1970.
    • Boyce, Martin (series characteres; WW2 RN; secret service) see Secret Voice of Martin Boyce, The.
    • Boyd, Danny (series character; sport; golf) see Danny Boyd – Golf Star in the Making.
    • Boys of the Big Mast, The (series characters; young boys training to be sailors; featuring Chief Petty Officer Joe Hardacre; Andy Wilson; artist Chapman?)
      • 233 - ? (first series).
      • Note see also The Stone Frigate (further adventures of Andy Wilson).
      
      
      
    • ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The (series characters; WW2 Home Front, Cardiff; featuring Evan Davies; Rees Parry; Ivor Jenkins; Johnnie, messenger boy; artist Slim?).
      • 296 - ?
      
      
      
    • Boxer Liked Biscuits, The (complete story; Dempsey, a police boxer dog; Tommy Brown; artist not known) 19.
    • Boyhood of Deadwood Dick, The (series characters; western; featuring Deadwood Dick; artist not known).
      • 48 – 60.
      • 1968 (artist not known, same as series?)
      
      
      
    • Bow That Fired Boulders, The (factual; war machines of the Middle Ages; artist Bevan?) 17.
    • Bradley, Biffalo Bill (series character; sport; football) see Biffalo Bill Bradley.
    • Briggs, Bernard (series character; sport; featuring Bernard Briggs; artist not known).
      • see also the Hornet Index.
      • 1978.
      
      
      
    • Briggs, Fred (series character; adventure with birds) see Lost Legions of the Sky).
    • Broadaxe (series character; Canadian themed story; champion axe lumberjack; featuring Jim Jannock; artist same as Bill Bass?).
      • 36 - 42
      
      
      
    • Brand, Sergeant Johnny (series character; Peninsular War) see Ramsay’s Troop.
    • Brampton Keys, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring ; artist Vandeput).
      • ? - ?
      • RP starts prior to 650 - ?
      • 1970 (Brampton Keys story set in Middle East Bill Carey, Manager; Robbie Robinson, captain 1970, Vandeput?)
      • 1971 (two stories a) One Game Guppy and b) Ed Price, goalkeeper).
      • 1972 (stories about Terry Wade, artist Vandeput; Absent minded Albert Perry, artist not known; Bill Martin captain, story set just after WW2 text; Bob Crabtree, artist not known; note - all stories printed on pink paper as part of the annual football special section).
      
      
      
    • Briggs#, Bernard (series character; sport)
      • see also The Hornet Index.
      • 1986 (title – Bouncing Briggs; artist not known).
      
      
      
      
    • Broderick, Private Arthur (series character; WW2 Army; text) see Man With the Hammer, The.
    • Broughton, Jack (series character; sport; bare-fist boxing) see Kid at Barefist Camp, The.
    • Bubblegum Johnson (complete story; Canadian adventure; text; artist not known) 1970.
    • Bucking Bronco Has Horns!, The (complete story; Lumberjacks; artist not known) 2.
    • Buffalo Jones (western in Africa; complete story; artist not known) 1972.
    • Bugle Boy (Boer War, 1899; S. Africa; series character; featuring Bugler Dunn; artist not known).
      • 155 - ?
      
      
      
    • Bullets of Rifleman Rudd, The (series character; hunter, 1880’s; Africa; featuring Mark Rudd; artist not known).
      • 21 – 32.
      
      
      
    • Burford, Ned (series character; Georgian England; adventure) see Black Horses of Vengeance.
      
      
             
      
    • Burmese Growler and Other Curious Carts, The (factual; different types of carts from around the world; artist not known) 8.
      
      
    • C#
      
       
      
    • Calamity Chayne (series character; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; humorous; featuring Constable Chayne; artist not known).
      • starts prior to 1005 - ?
      • 1986.
      
      
      
    • Cameron, Dan (series character; adventure) see Alaskan Postman, the).
    • Cameron's Crackerjacks (WW2 army; complete story or series? artist not known; special Commando unit) 1972.
    • Campbell, Wolfer (series character; man of the wilds; knowledge of animals; featuring Wolfer Campbell; artist not known).
      • 78 – 85.
      
          
       
      
    • Canadian# themed stories see
      • Black Wolf (series characters; police).
      • Broadaxe (series character; Canadian themed story; champion axe lumberjack).
      • Bubblegum Johnson (complete story; Canadian adventure; text).
      • Calamity Chayne (series character; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; humorous).
      • Cannuck King, Commando Axeman (series character; WW2 Commandoes).
      • Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North (Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
      • Logan of the Mounties (complete story; police; attempted robbery of a mining company payroll).
      • Redcoat Rogers (series characters; Canadian Mounted Police).
      • Secret of the Stones, The (Trooper Bill Hayes, Royal Canadian Mounted Police arresting Mookluk, an Eskimo, accused of murder; front / back cover story).
        
        
               
      • There's Death in Hoodoo Grove (complete story; Canadian lumberjacks / Royal Canadian Mounted Police adventure).
        
        
               
      • This Dog is Dynamite (complete story; NW Canada).
      • Two Faces of Danny Dixon (series characters; western).
      • Young Redcoat (complete story; Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
      
      
      
    • Cannuck King, Commando Axeman (series character; WW2 Commandoes; featuring Cannuck Bill King; artist Chapman?).
      • 173 - ?
      
      
      
    • Captain John : The Wandering Warrior (early 17th century; English mercenary; complete story?; series character?; artist Bleach) 1968.
      
      
      
    • Caradoc, King (series character; ancient Britain) see Sword of Camulos.
    • Carrier Strike Force (factual information about the Fleet Air Arm; inside back cover; artist Bevan?) 1971.
    • Cars and their Badges, Famous (factual; fifteen cars and their badges featured; artist not known) issues 4, (not 5), 6, (not 7,8), 9, 14.
    • Carson, Kit (series character; text; western) see Kit Carson.
    • Carter, Jeff (series character) see Jeff Carter – River Warden.
    • Carts see
      • Burmese Growler and Other Curious Carts, The (factual).
      
      
      
    • Cast, Hook and Strike (series characters; sport; fishing; featuring Dodds; story set in Australia; artist not known).
      • see also The Hornet Index.
      • 1978 (artist Sunderland); 1986 (artist not known).
      
      
      
      
    • Cat Street Cricket Kids (series characters; humour) see Cat Street Kids, The.
    • Cat Street Kids, The (series characters; humorous; artist Ritchie).
      • 37 - ? (series originally titled – Cat Street Cricket Kids, The. Title of the series changed to The Cat Street Kids in issue 44).
      • starts prior to 50 - ?; 77 – 79; 81 – 85; 88; 89.
      
      
      
    • Cat’s Whiskers Kelly – Boy Against the Bombs (series character; WW2 home front; featuring Tom “Cat’s Whiskers” Kelly; artist Ted Rawlings).
      • starts prior to 168 – 172.
      
      
      
    • Catapult Kennedy – Hurricane Pilot (series character; WW2 Fleet Air Arm; featuring Lieutenant Ken Kennedy; “Merlin” Mills, his mechanic; artist not known).
      • 130 – 149.
      
      
      
    • Catherine-wheel Gun (factual; machine-guns old and new; artist Bevan) 18.
    • Chatteris, Harold & Cedric (series characters; days after 1066, England) see School in the Fens.
      
      
      
    • Cha Cha Charlie (series character; music; humorous; artist not known).
      • 274; (no story 275); 276 – 281. (note – not printed as a series, but as complete stories in different issues).
      • 1970.
      
      
      
    • Chained to His Bat (series characters; sport; cricket; featuring John Taggart; artist Kennedy).
    • 244 - ?
    
    
    
  • Chayne, Constable ? (series character; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; humorous) see Calamity Chayne.
    
     
    
    
    
    
  • Characters## series
    • see
    • Actus (series; Roman gladiator) see Sign They Dread, The.
    • Albert, Absent-Minded (series; humour) see Absent-Minded Albert.
    • Allan, Johnny (series; sport; football) see Ragged Rovers, The.
    • Alexander, Prince (series; ancient age) see Alexander the Young.
    • Arabin, Mark (series; WW2 secret service) see Vengeance Comes Unseen.
    • Ashton, Jim (series; sci-fi) see Purple Planet, The.
    • Bailey, Jeff and Ken (series; WW2 Home Front; school boy adventure) see Blitz Brothers, The.
      
      
       
    • Barker, Sergeant Harry (series; WW2 RAF) see Flying Tiger, The.
    • Bass, Sub-Lieutenant Bill (series; WW2 RAF; Air-Sea Rescue) see Bill Bass of Bomb Alley.
    • Bennet, Tubby (series; Britain invaded) see
    • Black hatchet, The.
    • Benson, Bluey (series; sport; boxing) see Bluey Benson’s Boxers.
    • Benson, Davy (series; WW2 home front school boy adventure) see Davy of doodlebug Alley.
      
      
      
    • Benson, Private Ben (series; WW1 Army; newspaper writer for the Warrior Weekly) see Warrior Weekly.
      
      
      
    • Benton, Private Bill (series; WW2 Army) see Tall Tales of Blowhard the Brave.
    • Beppo, an ape (series; 18th century adventure) see Great Netro, The – The Man of Magic.
    • Berry, Constable (series; humorous; police) see Police Hog Grunther.
    • Black Sapper (series; crime-fighter) see Black Sapper, The.
    • Black Wolf (series; Canadian themed story; police) see Black Wolf.
    • Blake, Lieutenant John (series; British Army, 1840’s) see Blake of the Blues.
    • Blake, Peter (series; mid-18th century adventure) see Twelve Keys of Courage, The.
    • Blondin, Charles (series; fictional boyhood adventures of the real life Blondin) see Young Blondin.
    • Boodle (series; school boy adventures; humour) see Wily Watkins.
    • Boyce, Martin (series; WW2 RN; secret service) see Secret Voice of Martin Boyce, The.
    • Boyd, Danny (series; sport; golf) see Danny Boyd – Golf Star in the Making.
    • Bowman, Harry (series; Napoleonic War) see Yorkshire Cossack, The.
    • Bradley, Biffalo Bill (series; sport; football) see Biffalo Bill Bradley.
    • Brand, Sergeant Johnny (series; Peninsular War) see Ramsay’s Troop.
    • Briggs, Fred (series; adventure with birds) see Lost Legions of the Sky).
    • Broderick, Private Arthur (series; WW2 Army; text) see Man With the Hammer, The.
    • Broughton, Jack (series; sport; bare-fist boxing) see Kid at Barefist Camp, The.
    • Burford, Ned (series; Georgian England; adventure) see Black Horses of Vengeance.
      
      
      
    • Caradoc, King (series; ancient Britain) see Sword of Camulos.
    • Cameron, Dan (series; adventure) see Alaskan Postman, the).
    • Campbell, Wolfer (series; man of the wilds; knowledge of animals) see Wolfer Campbell – Man of the Wilds.
    • Carson, Kit (series; text; western) see Kit Carson.
    • Carter, Jeff (series) see Jeff Carter – River Warden.
    • Cat Street Kids, The (series; humour).
    • Chatteris, Harold & Cedric (series; days after 1066, England) see School in the Fens.
    • Chayne, Constable ? (series; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; humorous) see Calamity Chayne.
    • Chung (series; secret service; North-West Frontier) see Wolf of Kabul.
    • Clifton, Bart (series; African adventure) see March of the Gorillas, The.
    • Clint, Errol (series; flying adventure) see Sky Pirates of the Unknown Island.
    • Collins, Matthew (series; English Civil War; Cavaliers) see Swords of the Seven Hundred, The.
    • Conway, John (series; Australian themed story) Postman in the Outback.
    • Cooper, Constable (series; school boy adventures) see Blitz Kids, The.
    • Corker (series; school boy adventures; humour) see Wily Watkins.
    • Cragg, Jake “Snowshoes” (series; text; western) see Worst Man in the West, The.
    • Crannis, Matt (series; text; school boy adventure; humorous) see Secret Eater of St. Mike’s, The).
    • Crossbow (series; action hero) see Crossbow.
    • Dalton, Steve (series; western) see Thirteen Trails to Danger.
    • Daly, Dinkum (series; adventure; Australian story) see Trail of the Ten Rockets, The.
    • Davies, Evan (series; WW2 Home Front) see ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The.
    • Dawson, Doug (series; WW2 Army; text) see Razzle Dazzle Dawson – Camouflage Corporal.
    • Deen, Davy (series; humour) see Davy Deen – He’s Not so Green.
    • Deko (series; mountaineering adventure) see Morgan on Thunder Mountain.
    • Desperate Dan, The Boyhood of (series; humour; text) see Desperate Dan, The Boyhood of.
    • Dakota Jim (series; western) see Dakota Jim.
    • Delaney, Deep-Sea (series; text; underwater adventure) see Deep-Sea Delaney.
    • Denton, John (series; 18th century adventure) see Great Netro, The – The Man of Magic.
    • Dick, Deadwood (series; western) see Boyhood of Deadwood Dick, The.
    • Dickwood, Hickory (series; musical adventures) see Hickory Dick : The Singing Hobo.
    • Dixon, Danny (series; text; humorous; railway stories) see Danny Dixon’s Lazy, Crazy Railway.
    • Dixon, Danny (series; western; Canadian themed story; adventure) see Two Faces of Danny Dixon.
      
      
      
    • Dixon, Matt (series; school boy adventure; South Africa) see School of the Assegai, The.
    • Dodd, Jimmy (series; schoolboy working for a newspaper) see It’s That Boy Again!
    • Dodds, Ernie (series; sport; fishing) see Cast, Hook and Strike.
    • Dodds, Ernie (series; sport; fishing) see Cast, Hook and Strike.
    • Dogg, Sergeant (series; WW2 Army tank) see Try it on the Dogg.
    • Dogsbody, Dim Dan (series; humorous) see Dim Dan.
    • Doyle, Sergeant (series; WW2 Army) see Sergeant of the Ironfists.
    • Drake, Frank (series; Britain invaded) see
    • Black hatchet, The.
    • Dunn, Buglar (series; Boer War) see Bugle Boy.
    • Fenton (series; sport; cycling) see Yellow Jersey, The.
    • Fisher, Billy (series; junior boy reporter; humour) see Blue Pencil Billy.
    • Fletcher, Flying Officer Sam (series; WW2 RAF) see Phantom Flyer, The.
    • Flint, Tommy (series; sport; boxing) see Fister Flint – Sparrow- Weight Champion.
    • Flite, Johnny (series; sport; running) see Johnny Flite – The Flying Postman.
    • Fludd, Zeb (WW2 Army; series; humorous) see Coonskin Grenadier, The.
    • Foster, Chick (series; text; adventure) see Search For The City of Fire.
    • Franky, Lanky He Meddles and Muddles (series; humour) see Franky, Lanky - He Meddles and Muddles.
    • Freeman, Billy (series; true-life nature series) see True-Life Nature series.
    • Frosty (series; arctic circle adventure; hunting treasure) see Frosty – The Human Iceberg.
      
      
      
    • Fury – The Story of a Dartmoor Pony (adventure; text) see Fury – The Story of a Dartmoor Pony.
      
      
      
    • Gasson, Joe (series; orpaned boys in 1840’s) see Lost Boys of the Hungary 40’s.
    • Gay, Peterkin (series; boy shipwrecked adventure) see Coral Island, The.
    • Grant, Private Sam (series; WW1 Army) see Grant’s Grenades.
    • Grant, Sergeant Jeff (series; WW2 Army) see Grant’s Gunners.
    • Grant, Johnny (series; western; humorous) see Hungary Hank.
    • Greb (series; stone-age) see Ten Thousand Years Ago.
    • Green, Lieutenant (WW2 RAF; series) see Grasshopper Green – the Flying Eye.
    • Gregory, Professor (series; sci-fi) see Spy in the Sputnik, The.
    • Griggs, Sammy (series; WW2 RN sea cadets) see Stone Warship, The.
    • Grunther (series; humorous; police) see Police Hog Grunther.
    • Haddie (series; sport; football) see Haddie.
    • Hadley, Harold “Haddie” (series; sport; football) see Haddie.
    • Handsome, Harry (series; humorous; sport; boxing) see Handsome Harry.
    • Hardacre, Chief Petty Officer Joe (series; boys training to be sailors) see Boys of the Big Mast, The.
      
      
      
    • Harding, Sergeant (series; Canadian themed story; police) see Black Wolf.
    • Harding, Wat (series; medieval archers) see Green Archers, The.
    • Hardy, Hustler (series; sci-fi) see Red Deserts of Mars, The.
    • Hart, Flying Officer Johnny (series; WW2 RAF) see Air Fights of Flyer Hart.
    • Hawkins, Hotshot (series; sport; football) see Hotshot Hawkins.
    • Heaton, Jack (series; circus adventure/mystery) see Circus of Secrets.
    • Hercules (series; ancient Greece) see Hercules The Strong.
    • Hickock, Wild Bill (series; western) see Wild Bill Hockock, The Boyhood of.
    • Higgins, Alf (series; sport; football; humorous) see United Alley.
    • Hogan, Big Dave (series; Pacific adventure) see Idol That Laughs, The.
    • Hood, Robin (series) see Robin Hood.
    • Howard, Peter (series; sport; cricket) see End of the World, The.
    • Howe, Lofty (series; sci-fi) see Purple Planet, The.
    • Hungary Hank (series; western; humorous) see Hungary Hank.
    • Hutchinson, Hutch (series; sport; football) see Hurricane Hutch.
    • Iron-Fist, the Smith (series; medieval archers) see Green Archers,
    • Jackson, Private Mack (series; WW2 Paratroopers) see Mick and Mack – The Battersea Battlers.
    • Jackson, John (series; sci-fi) see Crimson Comet, The.
    • Jake, Sergeant W.E.F. (series; WW2 RAF plane recovery team) see Lost Planes Found.
    • Jannock, Jim (series; Canadian themed story; champion axe lumberjack) see Broadaxe.
    • Jarrold, Hugh (series; sci-fi; teacher in a school) see Last School, The.
    • Jenkins, Ivor (series; WW2 Home Front) see ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The.
    • Johnny Jett (series; school boy adventures) see Johnny Jet.
    • Johnson, Spud (series; S. American adventure) see Tim Tyler and the Mole Men.
    • Jolly, Nick (series; highwayman; crime fighter) see Nick Jolly.
    • Jones, Ginger (series; school boy adventures) see Blitz Kids, The.
    • Jones, Idwal (series; Welsh mining mystery) see School for Miners.
    • Jones, Johnny (series; school boy adventures) see Johnny Jones at School.
    • Jones, Sergeant Alf (series; adventure; Australian story) see Trail of the Ten Rockets, The.
    • Joxer (series; text) see Joxer – The Wonder Dog.
    • Karak (series; dog; Royal Canadian Mounted Police) see Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North.
    • Kato (series; sci-fi) see Beetles of Doom, The.
    • Kerne, Sergeant Peter (series; WW2 RAF) see Kerne of Base Seven).
    • Kelly, “Cat Whiskers” Tom (series; WW2 home front) see Cat’s Whiskers Kelly – Boy Against the Bombs.
    • Kennedy, Lieutenant Ken (series; WW2 Fleet Air Arm) see Catapult Kennedy – Hurricane Pilot.
    • Khandar, Sheik (series; Middle East themed story) see Khandar the Terrible.
    • Kid, The (series; sport; bare-fist boxing) see Kid at Barefist Camp, The.
    • King, Bill (series; crime-fighter) see King Cobra.
    • King, Cannuck Bill (series; WW2 Commandoes) see Cannuck King, Commando Axeman.
      
      
      
    • King Cobra (series; crime-fighter) see King Cobra.
    • Kingswood, Captain Peter (series; WW2 secret service) see Vengeance Comes Unseen.
    • Kinross, Major (series; adventure; Australian story) see Trail of the Ten Rockets, The.
    • Kipper Feet (series; text; humorous; story about a seal) see Kipper Feet.
    • Laker, Jack (series; western) see Tough on the Sunset Trail, It’s.
    • Lawson, Tim (series; text; humorous) see Lucky Lawson – Super Showman.
    • Lee, Phil (series; sci-fi) see Purple Planet, The.
    • Lester, Harry (series; boy adventures in the Australian Outback) see Boy From the Back O’Beyond, The.
    • Little Al (series; humorous) see Little Al, Your Sporty Pal.
    • Locksley, Bob (series; western) see Longbow.
    • Logan, Tom (series; sport; motorbike-racing) see Races of Lightning Logan.
    • Lonely Larry (series; adventure) see Lonely Larry, Castaway.
    • Lonnegan, Sergeant (series; WW2 US Marines; Pacific Ocean islands) see Union Jack Jackson.
    • Lorimer, Danny (series; sport; football) see Dozy Danny.
    • Louis the Loser (series; humorous) see Louis the Loser.
    • Lucas, Gordon (series; adventure with birds) see Lost Legions of the Sky).
    • Luka (series; sci-fi) see Beetles of Doom, The.
    • Lusher, Pete (series; western) see Fighting Barber of Six Trails, The.
    • McNally, Constable Frank (series; Canadian Mounted Police) see Redcoat Rogers.
    • Maitland, John (series; Kushanti invasion of Britain) see Yellow Sword, The.
    • Malmaynes Family (series; adventure) see The Sword of the Malmaynes.
    • Malone, Sergeant Mac (series; Royal Canadian Mounted Police) see Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North.
    • March, Bob (series; boy adventure protecting a farm) see Battle of Hunchback Farm, The.
    • March, Fred (series; boy adventure protecting a farm) see Battle of Hunchback Farm, The.
    • Martin, Dick (series; text; school boy adventures) see Invisible Dick.
    • Martin, Jack (series; boy shipwrecked adventure) see Coral Island, The.
    • Martin, Jeff (series; game keeper series) see Jeff Martin.
    • Martin, Sergeant Mick (series; WW2 Paratroopers) see Mick and Mack – The Battersea Battlers.
    • Martin, Tony (series; film stunt man) see Tony Martin – Stunt Man.
    • Mason, Mick (series; sport; motor-racing) see Mick Mason – The Kid on the Grid.
    • Masterson, Jim (series; text; western) see Jim Masterson – Waggon Train Boss.
    • ”Midge” – a mechanic (WW2 RAF; series) see Grasshopper Green – the Flying Eye.
    • Miller, Bruce (series; text; giant birds; flying) see Black Skuas Came Screaming, The.
    • Miller, Kid (series; sport; boxing) see Battler From the Back Streets, The.
    • Miller, Pete (series; WW2 Army) see World War Two series.
    • Mister Egz (series; sci-fi; humorous) see Mister Egz From Mars.
    • Moore, Tommy (series; sport; boxing) see Kid in Cauliflower Alley, The.
    • Morgan, John (series; mountaineering adventure) see Morgan on Thunder Mountain.
    • Moss, Sergeant (series; Boer War; South Africa) see Sergeant Moss of Mafeking.
    • Musgrave, Wat (series; 17th century Scottish Border war) see Musgrave of the Moors.
      
      
      
    • Nelson, Joe (series; sport; boxing) see Nine-Minute Nelson.
    • Nameless Boy (series; young boy living in a maze) see Nameless Boy, The.
    • Nemo (series; flying adventure) see Sky Pirates of the Unknown Island.
    • Netro, the Great (series; 18th century adventure) see Great Netro, The – Man of Magic.
    • Norton, Leading Rating Chips (series; WW2 RAF; Air-Sea Rescue) see Bill Bass of Bomb Alley.
    • O’Bannion, G.I. (series; WW2 US Marines; Pacific Ocean islands) see Union Jack Jackson.
    • Padgett, Gadget (series; humorous) see Gadget Podgett.
    • Painter, Mick (series; investigating a Stone Age land) see Mick’s Trail to the Stone Age.
    • Palmer, Pedlar (series; peace time RN) see Tall Tower, The.
    • Panton, Paul (series; text; humorous) see Pancake Panton.
    • Parry, Rees (series; WW2 Home Front) see ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The.
    • Partridge, Sergeant Leader (series; WW2 RAF) see Flying Tiger, The.
    • Peak, Ollie (series; sport; football) see Hurricane Hutch.
    • Penrose, Ken (series; adventure) see Big Freeze, The.
    • Perfitt, Tommy (series; adventure) see Boy With the Wooden Collar, The.
    • Peters, Dave (series; Big-fish hunters) see Barrier Rat, The.
    • Phantom Flyer, The (series; WW2 RAF) see Phantom Flyer, The.
    • Phinn, Huck (series; western; humorous) see Mulligan’s Mules.
    • Potts, Ernie (series; school boy adventures) see Blitz Kids, The.
    • Preston, Dave (series; sport; walking; text) see Road of a Thousand Blisters, The.
    • Pringle, Ossie (series; humorous) see Ossie the Outlaw.
    • Rainer, Bob (series; adventure) see Vengeance of the Incas.
    • Randall, Dick (series; Britain invaded) see Black hatchet, The.
    • Ransom, Jim (series; WW2 army; police) see Big Palooka, The.
    • Red Feather (series; western) see Red Feather.
    • Reed, Slim (series; present day western) see Rustlers From the Sky, The.
    • Ritchie (series; sport; football) see Team of the Doomed, The.
    • Rigg, “Iceberg” Bill (series; WW2 RN; text) see Sea Fights of Iceberg Bill, The.
    • Riley, Rusty (series; young boy’s stories on a farm, US) see Rusty Riley.
    • Robinson, Red Star (series; crime adventure) see Red Star Robinson.
    • Rodd, Ginger (series; WW2 School boy adventure) see Ginger Rodd at Creepy Creek.
    • Rogers, Sergeant Ben (series; Canadian Mounted Police) see Redcoat Rogers.
    • Robinson, Ricky (series; text; sport; horse-jumping) see Over the Top – and the Best of Luck.
      
      
      
    • Roland (series; story set in the time of Charlemagne in the year 771) see Roland the Paladin.
      
      
      
    • Ross, Sid (series; sport; football referee) see What a Referee!
    • Rover, Ralph (series; boy shipwrecked adventure) see Coral Island, The.
    • Rudd, Mark (series; hunter, 1880’s; Africa) see Bullets of Rifleman Rudd, The.
    • Ruff, Captain “Ruthless” A.R. (series; WW1 RFC) see Ruthless Ruff of the RFC.
    • Ryan, Tubby (series; school boy stories) see Red Circle School.
    • Salter, Flight-Lieutenant Sam (series; adventure helicopter weather crew) see Hurricane Watch, The.
      
      
      
    • Sampson, Bill (series; secret service; North-West Frontier) see Wolf of Kabul.
    • Sandy (series; sci-fi; humorous) see Mister Egz From Mars.
    • Scarlet Hawk (series; sci-fi; police) see Scarlet Hawk.
    • Scott, Mick (series; Royal Canadian Mounted Police) see Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North.
    • Scotty (series; WW2 RAF plane recovery team) see Lost Planes Found.
    • Scruffy (series; school boy adventures; humour) see Scruffy.
    • Shampore, Prince of (series; school boy adventure; humorous) see We’ve a Prince at Our School.
      
      
      
    • Shannon, John (series; sci-fi) see Red Deserts of Mars, The.
    • Shavepate, Peter (series; medieval archers) see Green Archers, The.
    • Simpson Family (series; adventure; China Sea) see Old Ever Ready.
    • Smith, Charlie(series; humorous; music) see Cha Cha Charlie.
    • Smith, Harry (series; humorous) see Flash Harry.
    • Snead, Cyrus (series; text; sport; swimming; Olympics) see Son of the Shark.
    • Sokamota (series; text; sport; swimming; Olympics) see Son of the Shark.
    • Spartacus (series; Roman gladiator) see Sign They Dread, The.
    • Stacey, Jim (series; school boy stories) see Red Circle School.
    • Staines, Professor Robert (series; Pacific adventure) see Idol That Laughs, The.
    • Steel, Bobby (series; WW2 home front school boy adventure) see Front Line Kid, The.
    • Stratton, Doc Hot (series; sci-fi) see Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The.
    • Stubbs, Johnny (series; sport; horse-racing) see Boy Who Sings to Horses, The.
    • Sword, Lieutenant George (series; WW1 tank; text) see Willie the Conk.
    • Sykes, Dicky (series; roller-skating; text) see Wheels on His Heels.
    • Sykes, Lord William (series?; western; text) see Snappy Wanderers, The.
    • Taggart, John (series; sport; cricket) see Chained to His Bat.
    • Taylor, Andy (series; sport; soap-box car racing) see Soap-Box Special, The.
    • Thorne, Jim (series; sci-fi) see Beetles of Doom, The.
    • Thrice, Mr. (series; crime adventure) see Red Star Robinson.
    • Tom-on-the-Run (series; orphan boy’s adventures in North Wales) see Tom-on-the-Run.
    • Thunder Chief (series; western) see Beacon is Lit, The.
    • Tim (series; humorous; school boy stories) see Two-Ton Tim.
    • Tipton, Benny (series; sport; boxing) see Battling Benny.
    • Tomas, Pablo (series; sport; motor-racing) see Speedster of the Pampas, The.
    • Tomson, Leslie (series; sport; football) see Limp Along Leslie.
    • Traille, Gordon (series; sci-fi) see Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The.
    • Trent, Jack (series; adventure) see Scarlet Javelins, The.
    • Turner, Peter (series; investigating a Stone Age land) see Mick’s Trail to the Stone Age.
    • Turner, Skinny (series; school boy adventures) see Blitz Kids, The.
    • Tyler, Tim (series; S. American adventure) see Tim Tyler and the Mole Men.
    • Underwood, Dave (series; sci-fi) see Purple Killers, The.
    • Vandusen, Professor Paul W. (series; Big-fish hunters) see Barrier Rat, The.
    • Ulf (series; mid 15th Century) see Wolftaker, The.
    • Walker, Bandy (series; western) see Bandy Walker.
    • Walker, Lieutenant Jack (series; WW1 RFC) see Walker of the Royal Flying Corps.
      
      
      
    • Warden, Jesse (series; sci-fi) see Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The.
    • Waring, Pilot Officer Nick (series; WW2 RAF / Resistance) see Secret Flyer, The.
    • Watkins, Wily (series; school boy adventures; humour) see Wily Watkins.
    • Watson, Lance-Corporal Joe (series; WW2 Army; text) see Man With the Hammer, The.
    • Watson, Sub-Lieutenant Joe (series; WW2 RAF; Air-Sea Rescue) see Bill Bass of Bomb Alley.
    • Watt, Bill (series; WW2 school boy adventure) see Road of The Battles, The.
    • Webb, Don (series; school boy adventures) see Wondering, Wandering Webbs, The.
    • Webb, Ted (series; school boy adventures) see Wondering, Wandering Webbs, The.
    • Widdop, Wally (series; western; steam tractor engine) see Puffing Billy of the Prairie.
    • Willcox, Wilbur (series; text) see Wandering Wilbur – cripes! His Horse has Stripes.
    • Williams, Ken (series; investigating a Stone Age land) see Mick’s Trail to the Stone Age.
    • Wilson, Andy (series; peace time RN) see Tall Tower, The and Boys of the Big Mast, The.
    • Wilson, Barry (series; Australian themed story; adventure) see Wilsons on the Wallaroo, The.
    • Wilson, Danny (series; 18th century cattle droving, England) see Danny the Drover.
    • Wilson, Don (series; Australian themed story; adventure) see Wilsons on the Wallaroo, The.
    • Winton, Sir Frederick (series; orpaned boys in 1840’s) see Lost Boys of the Hungry 40’s.
    • Wison, Jimmy (series; WW2 school boy adventure) see Road of The Battles, The.
    • Wuzzy, Wishbone (series; humorous wizard) see Wishbone Wuzzy.
    • Wylie, Frank engineer (series; WW2 secret service) see Vengeance Comes Unseen.
    • X-Bow (series; costumed crime fighter) see X-Bow.
    • Yule, Bob (series; sci-fi) see Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The.
    • Z (series; WW2 RAF; test pilot) see Z.
    • Zigimar (series; WW1 secret agent) see Zigimar – Master Spy.
    
    
    
    
  • Charge of the Redskin Lancers (western; complete story; U.S. Cavalry; artist not known) 1966.
  • Cheery Cherokees, The (series characters?; humorous; artist not known).
    • 287.
    • 1968.
    
    
    
  • Chopper, Here Comes A (factual; history of helicopters; artist Bevan?) 11.
  • Chung (series character; secret service; North-West Frontier) see
  • Wolf of Kabul.
  • Circus of Secrets (series character; circus adventure/mystery; featuring Jack Heaton; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 168 - ?
    
    
    
  • Clifton, Bart (series character; African adventure) see March of the Gorillas, The.
  • Clint, Errol (series character; flying adventure) see Sky Pirates of the Unknown Island.
  • Collins, Matthew (series character; English Civil War; Cavaliers) see Swords of the Seven Hundred, The.
  • Complete## one issue stories.
    • see also
    • Arthur - Pendragon of the Britons (complete story; adventure about King Arthur).
    • Asbestos Blake (factual?; story about the veteran American fire-fighter).
    • Automobile Anderson (text; humorous).
    • After the Six Big Bangs (sci-fi; last man in New York after six nuclear bombs exploded there).
    • After the Tin-Fish Struck (WW2 RN; survival story at sea).
    • Away Goes McGinty (WW2 RAF Regt; uses a magician’s trick to save his life).
    • Battle For Harvey’s Hat, The (1st June, 1794; the replacing of the Duke of Brunswick’s hat from H.M.S. Brunswick’s wooden figure-head on the brow of the ship; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • Battling Wreck on Runway One, The (WW2 RAF; grounded fighter plane defends a British airfield in N. Africa).
    • Beware the Little Black Button (1939; Berlin Germany; photographing of Kiel harbour by devious means; artist not known).
       
      
          
    • Big Job for the Little ‘Un, A (WW2 RN; complete page story)
    • Bird For Christmas, A (humour; set in Antarctic).
    • Blow, Boy, Blow (story about a boy in a brass band).
    • Bowman Needs Brawn and Brains, A (American Indian story; artist not known) 20.
    • Boxer Liked Biscuits, The (Dempsey, a police boxer dog; Tommy Brown).
    • Boy Who Followed Fire Engines (complete story; fire brigade, London 1860's).
    • Bubblegum Johnson (Canadian adventure; text).
    • Bucking Bronco Has Horns!, The (Lumberjacks story).
    • Buffalo Jones (western in Africa).
    • Charge of the Redskin Lancers (complete story; U.S. Cavalry).
    • Dancing Pig?, Have You Ever Seen a (a story about two pigs).
    • Danny the Flyer: In the Lion’s Den (WW2 RAF).
    • Daredevil Dan – The whirlwind Horseman (western).
    • Do You Believe in Spies From Space? (sci-fi).
    • Dog That Was an Otter, The (countryside adventure).
    • Down With Football! (the school where football was played by mistake; story from the 18th century; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • Dry Lander Lester (complete story; WW2 RAF; Coastal Command; artist Bleach).
    • Dynamite Jim (explosives expert; story set in Mexico; western).
    • Eight Little Biggar Boys (sport; tug-of-war team).
    • Engineers Came With Tooth and Claw! (complete story; Canadian backwoods adventure, also featuring beavers).
    • Eye in the Sky, The (helicopter pilot thwarted a bank robbery).
    • Fender the Bender: He Couldn’t Land Without Crashing (WW2 RAF).
    • Five Bags Full! (WW2 Army; Far East).
    • Fireworks Fighters, The (complete story; Napoleonic War made use of large fireworks to sink French barges, 1804).
      
      
          
    • Flying Stories (stories about the early days of flying).
    • Fred’s Fearless Firemen! (complete story; WW2 Auxiliary Fire Service).
      
      
          
    • Freeman’s Feathered Fighters (WW2 RN).
    • Gallopers of the Blue Horn Post (postmen in 18th century Europe).
    • Greatest Air War, The (WW2 glider pilots; complete story; airborne invasion of Sicily, Italy; artist Smith) 1966.
    • Harpoon Hansom Goes to War (WW2 RN; Olaf Hanson a Norwegian Harpooner catches a German submarine).
    • He Flew Through a Hole in the Sky (front page hero who was a first class fraud; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • He Flies Like an Eagle and Lands Like a Brick! (RCAF peacetime; pilot who can fly, but can’t land a plane properly; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • He Only Kept Wide Awake Once! (WW2 RAF).
    • Here Comes the Ship of the Desert (adventure; Buck Gibson, newspaper reporter; American themed story).
      
      
          
    • How Can Jumps be 6 foot too Soon? (sport; running).
    • How’s This For a Schoolboy Howler? (school boy adventure in India; young boy captured, but turns the tables on his abductors).
    • Jungle Fighters From the Iron Wasp, The (post WW2 army; text).
    • Kane Kept on Fishing (WW2 adventure; artist not known).
    • Kent Kept on Fishing (complete story; WW2 RAF).
    • Last Cavalry’s Last Charge, The (WW2 Army; Far East).
    • Last Flight of the Flying Pepperpot (North-West Frontier flying story).
    • Leggat of the Lifeboats (complete story; lifeboat rescue).
    • Logan of the Mounties (police; attempted robbery of a mining company payroll).
    • Lost Goals of Larry Linton (sport; football).
    • Lost Regiment, The (WW1 Army; Flanders; defending a hill).
    • Making of a Bowman (text).
    • Mix-Up That Didn’t Matter (two feuding delivery boys).
    • Motor Car is Worth a Million, This (robbery; text).
    • Mustangers, The (western; complete story).
    • Nailed to the Trail (capture of Pedro the Wolf; western).
    • Never Rile a Tusker With a Toothache (WW2 Army Medical Corps).
    • No Road This Way (WW2 RN frogmen).
    • Operation Tin Opener and the Walkie Talkie Warrior (WW2 army).
    • Pepperpot Kid, The (western).
    • Pluck of Blind Tim, The (WW1 Home Front; blind boy using his ears to detect German bomber raiders).
      
          
    • Pye in the Sky (complete story/series?; sport; pole vaulting).
    • Rainbow Boys, The (complete story about the railway navies; late 19th century).
    • Red Circle School (school boy stories; complete stories each week).
    • Red Rock’s Shooting Star (western).
    • Red Terror in the Footlights (story of a 1903 theatre fire at the Iroquois Thetare, Chicago, USA; artist not known).
      
        
          
    • Roll Up! Roll Up (advertising adventure).
    • Runaway Airship R33, The (factual; R33 British airship broke away from its moorings, 1925; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • Sailor With Soot Stains, The (1810 Royal Navy story).
    • Saunders of the Q-Ships (WW1 RN; sinking of a German submarine; artist not known).
    • Seek and save on Purple Peak (complete story; RAF Mountain Rescue Service).
    • Ships of the Desert, The (Ancient Egypt; destroying a fleet of Hyksos by taking ships across the desert).
      
      
          
    • Slade of the Fighting 81st (WW2 Army tank).
    • Softy Hardy (school boy adventure; the bookworm who packed a wallop).
    • Sudden Death on Runway One (WW2 RAF).
    • Taming of the Texas Terror (western; a school teacher tames an unruly boy; artist not known).
    • Tasman Tiger, The (complete story; Australian themed story; factual?; 18th century).
    • Tec Was Twelve Feet Tall, The (circus stilt walker catching a criminal).
    • Terror or the Creeping Tide, The (WW2 RAF 1959; civilian saving the life of a pilot who landed in mud).
      
      
          
    • Terror of Orchard Lane (WW2 Home Front, bomb disposal; dangerous/friendly dog).
      
      
          
    • Terror on the Tall Timbers, The (Frank Kitchener, private detective with a railway line tackles the Wabash Gang, who have been robbing the trains; western).
      
      	
          
    • There's Death in Hoodoo Grove (Canadian lumberjacks / Royal Canadian Mounted Police adventure; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • They Sought the Jewel of Death (African adventure about stealing a jewel; artist not known).
    • Three Hat Harrison (WW2 Army; RN; RAF).
    • Three Times They Dared the Storm (action with the Life Saving Brigade, attempting to save a ship and her crew during a storm; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • This Dog is Dynamite (complete story; NW Canada; artist not known).
    • Tom Horn – The Tall Texan (western; Horn tackles the Matt Rush rustlers gang).
    • Trail of the Pink Pancake, The (humorous; text; potty botanists in Africa looking for a tree.
    • Two Tigers of Tashgar, The (the killing of two tigers terrorising a Northern Indian village; artist Wondering Webbs?) 283.
       
      
          
    • T.V. Tommy (adventure featuring Tommy Hunter, television message boy; artist not known) 297.
      
           
      
      
          
    • Waltzing Winner, The (western; a horse that danced to music).
    • What a Plight for a Pantry Boy (the Yokohama Earthquake, 1923 China).
    • What Am I Doing in the Dragoons? (Peninsular War, early 19th century; featuring Private Grisdale; artist not known; true story?).
      
      
          
    • What a Sett of Terrors (complete story about badgers; artist not known).
    • When the Wreckers Went to War (text; fishermen of Tregarren teach the German navy a lesson).
      
      
          
    • White Tigers of Mysore, The (army; India 19th century; complete story).
    • Who Will Win the Golden Arrow? (middle ages archery adventure).
    • Wrecker Rugg (sport; shot put).
    • You Can’t Take Back a Dud Parachute! (Runty Lee planning his revenge on a circus flyer, but his plan backfires).
      
      
          
    • Young Carr of the Borders (end of 15th century; England / Scottish border war).
    • Young Redcoat (complete story; tale about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Conway, John (series character; Australian themed story) Postman in the Outback.
  • Coonskin Grenadier (WW2 Army; humorous; featuring Erik Bon Fludd, cousin to Zeb Fludd, but he's a German; artist Sutherland?).
    • see also The Hornet Index.
    • 1986.
    
    
    
    
  • Cooper, Constable (series character; WW2 School boy adventures; text) see Blitz Kids, The.
  • Coral Island, The (series characters; boys shipwreck adventure; based on R.M. Ballantyne’s novel of the same name; featuring Ralph Rover; Jack Martin; Peterkin Guy; artist not known).
    • 1 – 16.
    
    
    
    
  • Corker (series character; school boy adventures; humour) see Wily Watkins.
  • Cossacks Ride Out, The (factual; World’s Greatest Horseman, no.2; history of Cossacks through the ages; artist Bevan) 43.
  • County Towns – information about the cities of England (factual).
    • No.1 – Nottingham 83.
    • No.2 – Lincoln 85.
    • No.3 – York 88.
    
    
    
  • Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North (series characters; Canadian themed story; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; featuring Sergeant Mac Malone; Mick Scott; Karak, a dog; artist not known).
    • 43 – 46.
    
     
    
  • Cover## stories of The Hotspur, front and back. (Note - all stories are of true factual events).
    • first cover with a true factual story starts 140 - ?
    • 140 – Avengers of the Alamo (
      
      
              
    • 141 – Massacre of the Mountain Men, The (early days of the American West; fur traders attacked by Dakota Indians; Bigfoot one of only three who survived the Indain attack; artist Smith).
      
      
              
    • 149 – Revolt of the Peublo Indians (17th century; Spaniard invasion of San Marcos, S. America; Don Manuel leader; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 155 – The Canoe King (American early west; George Simpson adventures one year in racing in a canoe, in order to get his furs to Fort William, before competitors; artist not known).
       
      
              
    • 156 – Terror of Arizona, The (American West, 1883; a thief coated himself and a camel in blue paint, that made him and the camel glow in the dark; killed by Marshall Key; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 157 – Marblehead Marines, The (American War of Independence, 1776; story of Captain Glover and his sailor soldier Regt.; artist Kennedy).
      
      
              
    • 158 – Quantrill’s Rangers, The Truth About (American Civil War; 1863; were soldiers, but also killers and robbers; artist Kennedy).
      
      
              
    • 159 – Rocky Mountain Locusts, The (American West 1874 farmers fighting locusts across the plains of America; artist Ted Rawlings).
      
      
              
    • 160 – When the Scalp-Hunters Came (American West teacher, Charles Johnston built a school in Iowa; captured by Souix Indians, he was released as he was already bald, so the Indians thought he had already been scalped; artist Kennedy).
       
      
              
    • 168 – Charge of the Sea-Horses, The (18th century Indians of Santa Catalina island drove off a Russian whaling ship, after they attacked the Indians using elephant seals; artist Carrion?).
      
      
              
    • 169 – Day the Buffalo Shot Back, The (early 19th century, American West; hunting of Buffalo from trains in Dakota; artist not known).
           
      
              
    • 170 – It’s Not a War – it’s a game (Two Indian tribes, Chocktaws and the Crees, played a game to settle differences instead of fighting; American Old West; artist Ted Rawlings).
      
              
    • 171 – First Iron Tomahawk, The (factual; Jack Dawson, Indian trader in the American West inventing by accident a Tomahawk that could also be used as a pipe; artist Ron Smith).
      
              
    • 172 – Rattlesnake Rain Dance, The (factual; Hopi Indians dancing a rain dance with rattlesnakes; artist not known).
    • 183 – Stone Waters of the Chippaways, The (factual; American West Chippaway Indian tribe fishing; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 220 – Crocker’s Pets (American West building of the Central Pacific Railway across America and the Chinese who built it and fought amongst themselves due to one group belonging to the Hatchet Tong and the others belonging to the Dragon Tong; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 221 – Invasion of the Badmen, The (After the American War of Independence, a group of people in a small tract of land between America and Canada, declared Independence and called themselves the Indian Stream Republic. However, they had to fight off troublemakers. Eventually, the Republic became a part of America; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 222 – Blockhead Clark – He Saved Fort Fox (American Wild West; Trooper Jess Clark always made mistakes, but he saved the Fort from Indian attack; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 223 – The Trail of the Red Arrows (American West; Anton, an Archery circus performer on the trail of his brother’s killers; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 224 – The Gallery Slaves Were Redskins (start of 18th century; Indian Iroquois rebelled against the French sailors in combat with a British Naval boat in the Mediterranean; British ship took them back to America; artist not known) 224.
      
      
              
    • 225 – Wily Waggett – He Rescued the Wrong Man! (American West; Frank Waggett, scout with the US Army had to find a way of rescuing his friend Jake Maddox from an Indian camp where he was obtaining information; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 226 – Go-Slow Gold Rusher, The (American West; story of Dave Runyan making his way to the gold fields slowly, setting up shop and selling goods to the gold prospectors; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 227 - Red Feather’s Last Fight (early 18th century, London; Capt. Adam Brown brought Red Feather, an Indian Chief on a tour of England; defeated a highwayman who was attempting to rob them, but the chief also died; buried in a village cementary, long since disappeared; artist Carrion?)
      
      
              
    • 228 – Loco That Ran Overland, The (19th Century American West; a train race in which the first train to reach Toledo would win the contract to supply the rolling stock to the Toledo railway. Daniel Frazer, engineer and John Graham, fireman; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 229 – Little Bear: The Boy Brave of the Comanches (19th century, American West; Little Bear a young Indian boy saves and kills a large Eagle that attacks the Indian village; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 230 – Warriors of the Rising Sun, The (N. America hundreds of years ago; Japanese possibly being responsible for builing mounds later copied by Red Indians and for possibly introducing the bow and arrow to the Indians; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 231 – Unknown Guardian Of Chilkoot Pass, The (American West 19th century; gateway to the gold-rich Klondike was via the Chilkoot Pass, a dangerous place because of robbers; but an unknown hooded man brought some justice; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 232 – You’ll Never Catch the Bull Train (American West; story of Bull Whip Morgan, a crackshot with a whip; ran a race with team and horses to win a contract; artist not known).
      
      
              
    • 233 – Feuding Fighting Furman, The (American West; story of fights between the fur trappers of the Bear and Wolf Companies, and the Indians who benefitted from the feud; artist not known).
       
      
              
    • 234 – Blackfeet Blockade, The (American West; US Cavarly escaping an Indian ambush; artist Wondering Webbs?).
      
      
              
    • 235 – War Painter of the Prairies, The (American West, 1833 Prince Maxmilian of Germany and Swiss artist Carl Bodmer, toured West painting as they went; artist not known).
       
      
              
    • 236 – He Gave Away Gold (American West, 1800’s; Cecil Rowen, an Englishman wanted to encourage people to live in his new town of Little Falls, in Indiana state, so he gave them gold to settle there. The idea didn’t work though; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 237 – Lost Spaniard Mine, The (the story of lost gold from an old Spanish mine discovered by a prospector in the 19th century, American West; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 238 – Chief Plenty Coups (story about Chief Plenty Coups of the Crow Indians, American West; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 239 – War Club of Big Bear, The (American west; story about Big Bear, a chief of the Sioux and his war club; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 240 – Stockade of the Doomed, The (American west; explorer Zeublon Montgomery Pike’s fight with Kiowa Indians by his enemies the Spandiards; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 241 – Black Chief of the Apaches, The (American West; story about 16th century Hokomah Indians and their negro chief, a cruel chief; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 242 – Island of Red Arrows, The (American West; 14th century; story about the red arrows of the Chippeway Indians, which made them feared; artist not known).
       
      
               
    • 243 – Tiny Tim of the North-West Mounted (the putting down of a Metis uprising by the young son of a North-West Mounted trooper, Sergeant Tom Mcintyre; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 244 – Follow the Horned Toad (American West; Indians hunting for Buffalo follow a horned toad; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 245 – Battle Eagle, The (American Civil War; story of the mascot of the Federal 8th Wisconsin Infantry, a large North American Eagle called Old Abe; artist not known).
      
      
               
    • 267 - Flying Bear – The Boy Brave (Indian Seminole tribe boy rescuing other young boys from an attacking alligator and killing it; 1841 Everglades, US; artist not known).
        
      
               
    • 268 – Fifteen-Shot Sharpshooter, The (western; 1869 Wells Fargo stagecoaches, calfornia, being held up; Steve Vennard ordered to stop the robberies; artist not known).
       
      
      
    • 269 – Rusty Rescuers of Fort Ridgely, The (western; Aug. 1862, Fort Ridgely, Minnesota; fighting off a Souix Indian attack with help of on old artillery piece; Sergeant Jones; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 270 – Desperate Dash of Ice-Hockey Dan (western; trappers playing ice-hockey in America; attacked by Indians, Dan saved a man’s life by skating with a sledge to the doctors; artist Wondering Webbs).
      
      
      
    • 272 – Mighty Leap at Trinty River, The (western; 1832 fleeing from Indians, Ad Lawrence, cowboy made a leap to cross river in order to save his life; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 273 – Ambush at Pawnee Pass, The (western; story of Spaniards searching for suitable farming land being ambushed by Indians, 1541; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 274 – They Fought to the Last Man (Canada, French settlers fighting off Iroquois Indians; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 275 – Hold-the-Fort Ross (Aaron Ross, Wells Fargo guard protects a gold bullion train from bandits; western; January, 1882; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 276 – Fall of Fort Whoop-Up, The (Canada; western; destroying of a fort holding outlaws by the North-West Mounted Police, 1874; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 277 – Escape from Clinton Jail (escape and capture of Pearce Gardner, killer of eight men; Sept. 1846; western).
      
      
      
    • 278 – With Wolfe at Quebec (1759 the taking of Quebec; escape of Captain Ouchterloney and Lieut. Peyton from being scalped by Indians; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 279 – Best Wrestler in Arizona, The (story of Dr. Abe Thorne, best wrestler in Arizona who worked as an envoy to bring peace with the Apache Indians ; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 280 – Cossack Cal (story of Count Ivan Calinski who set himself up as a trader in the west in the 1880’s; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 281 – Taming of Sitting Bull, The (North-West Mounted Police taming the Sioux Indian Chief, Sitting Bull; Major Walsh; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 282 – Four Legged Mountie, The (story of Royal Canadian Mounted Police dog Dale who joined the force in 1935; artist not known).
    • 283 – First Steamboat to New Orleans! (the voyage of the steamboat down the Mississippi River in 1811; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 284 – Mystery Men of Funeral Range, The (factual; Soames and Jones railway engineers surveying Death Valley, USA in the late 19th century; artist not known)
      
      
      
    • 285 – Longest Shot in the West, The (1874 American West; Commanche, Kiowa and Cheyenne Indian tribes unite to attack the trappers. Billy Dixon shot the Indian chief at long ranch, thus stopping the attack; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 286 – Trail of the Red Arrow, The (Ray West of the Texas Rangers investigates a series of farm raids by rustlers. Indians were believed to behind the attacks, but they were carried out by Mexican outlaws; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 287 – Secret of the Stones, The (Trooper Bill Hayes, Royal Canadian Mounted Police arresting Mookluk, an Eskimo, accused of murder; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 288 – Eight Hundred Miles at the Gallop (story and adventure of Francois Xavier Aubry riding 800 miles from Santa Fe to Independence, America; 1848; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 289 – Klondyke, Here We Come (Gold rush in Yukon 1898 down the Yukon River; adventures of Jeff Strong and Sam Welsh; artist Wondering Webbs?)
      
      
      
    • 290 – Big Red – The Wolf Killer (story of Big Red a deerhound protecting his master’s family, from wolves; American west; artist not known).
       
      
      
    • 291 – Battle For Black Stockade, The (1756 French troops trying to drive the British out of Canada; the Stockade was held by Robert Rangers and his men; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 292 – Bronco Charlie Miller (1870’s American West, story of Charlie Miller said to be the greatest bronco buster in the West; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 293 – Smoke Jumpers, The (story about the Blackfeet Indian tribe who fight fires; 1950/60’s; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 294 – Guardian of the Roaring Road, The (1850’s American West; the problems of building a railway line across the prairies; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 295 – Bold Ben and his Beagles (American West, winter 1843; wild wolves on the rampage in Pomfret; hunted down by Ben Putnam; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 296 – Fighting Crocks of Fort Pitt, The (America 1763; Indian leader Pontiac led Indian tribes against British settlers and ill British troops at Fort Pitt; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • 297 – Lobo Was a Life-Saver, The (American West; late 19th Century; Buffalo hunter John Rotman survives a blizzard and wolves by killing a Buffalo and wrapping himself up in its skin; artist not known).
      
      
      
    
    
    
  • Cowardly Custard (series character; humorous; featuring ; artist not known).
    • 1978.
    
    
    
  • Cragg, Jake “Snowshoes” (series character; text; western) see Worst Man in the West, The.
     
    
    
  • Crannis, Matt (series character; text; school boy adventure; humorous) see Secret Eater of St. Mike’s, The).
  • Crimson Comet, The (series characters; sci-fi; featuring John Jackson; comet on collision course with Earth; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 220 – 227.
                
     
    
  • Crossbow (series characters; action hero; featuring Crossbow; artist not known).
    • ? - ?
    
    
    
  • Crown of the Incas (series; anthology series of stories through the ages, about individuals tasked with guarding the Crown of the Incas; artist not known).
    • 237 – 244.
    
    
     
     
     
    
    
    
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  • Dakota Jim (series character; western; featuring Dakota Jim; artist not known).
    • 1 – 19.
    
    	
    
  • Dalton, Steve (series character; western) see Thirteen Trails to Danger.
  • Daly, Dinkum (series character; adventure; Australian story) see Trail of the Ten Rockets, The.
  • Dancing Pig?, Have You Ever Seen a (complete story; a story about two pigs; artist not known) 7.
  • Danny Boyd – Golf Star in the Making (series character; sport; golf; featuring Danny Boyd; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 1005 - ?
    • 1978.
    
    
    
  • Danny Dixon’s Lazy, Crazy Railway (series characters; text; humorous; featuring Danny Dixon; artist Sturrock).
    • 230 – 239.
    • Note see the Victor Index for details of the picture series based on the text stories.
    
    
    
  • Danny the Drover (series characters; text; cattle droving 18th century England; featuring Danny Wilson; artist Sturrock?).
    • starts prior to 133 – 141.
    
    
    
  • Danny the Flyer: In the Lion’s Den (complete story; WW2 RAF; artist Bleach?) 230.
  • Daredevil Dan – The whirlwind Horseman (complete story; western; artist not known) 286.
  • Dawson, Doug (series character; WW2 Army; text) see Razzle Dazzle Dawson – Camouflage Corporal.
  • Davies, Evan (series character; WW2 Home Front) see ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The.
  • Davy Deen – He’s Not so Green (series character; humour; featuring Davy Green; artist not known). Note – some of his episodes especially in the higher numbered comics may be RP.
    • 2 – 46; 51; 59; 60; 85; 169; 170; 222; 225; 229; 232; 235; 237; 238 (different artist); 239 (different artist); 279; 281; 282; 283; 284; 285; 287; 289; 290; 293; 294; 295;
    
    
    
  • Davy of Doodlebug Alley (series character; WW2 home front school boy adventure; text; featuring Davy Benson; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 100 - ?
    
    
    
  • Deen, Davy (series character; humour) see Davy Deen – He’s Not so Green.
  • Deep-Sea Delaney (series character; text; underwater adventure featuring Deep-Sea Delaney; artist not known).
    • 297 - ?
    • 1967 (text; Delaney goes down a coal mine; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Deko (series character; mountaineering adventure) see Morgan on Thunder Mountain.
  • Delaney, Deep-Sea (series character; text; underwater adventure) see Deep-Sea Delaney.
  • Denton, John (series character; 18th century adventure) see Great Netro, The – Man of Magic.
  • Desperate Dan, The Boyhood of (series character; humour; text; featuring Desperate Dan; artist not known).
    • 1 - ?
    
    
    
  • Dick, Deadwood (series character; western) see Boyhood of Deadwood Dick, The.
  • Dickwood, Hickory (series character; musical adventures) see Hickory Dick : The Singing Hobo.
  • Dim Dan (series character; humorous; featuring Dim Dan Dogsbody; artist not known).
    • ? - ?
    • 1978; 1986
    
    
    
  • Dixon, Danny (series character; text; humorous; railway stories) see Danny Dixon’s Lazy, Crazy Railway.
    
    
    
  • Dixon, Danny (series character; western; Canadian themed story; adventure) see Two Faces of Danny Dixon.
    
    
    
  • Dixon, Matt (series; school boy adventure; South Africa) see School of the Assegai, The.
    
    
    
  • Dixon's Dog Academy; story about trail hound racing; artist Parfit?; complete or series? 1972.
  • Do You Believe in Spies From Space? (complete story; sci-fi; an Alien getting a shock when he lands on Earth and visits a cinema; artist not known) 82.
    
    
    
  • Dog That Was an Otter, The (complete story; countryside adventure; artist not known).
  • Dodd, Jimmy (series character; schoolboy working for a newspaper) see It’s That Boy Again!
  • Dodds, Ernie (series character; sport; fishing) see Cast, Hook and Strike.
  • Dodds, Ernie (series character; sport; fishing) see Cast, Hook and Strike.
  • Dogg, Sergeant (series character; WW2 Army tank) see Try it on the Dogg.
  • Dogs of Danny Drew, The (series character; featuring?; artist?;)
    • starts prior to 650 - ?
    
    
    
  • Doyle, Sergeant (series character; WW2 Army) see Sergeant of the Ironfists.
  • Down and Down Goes the Plane of Doom (series; anthology of stories about the early days of flying; artist not known).
    • 71 - ?
    
    
    
  • Down With Football! (the school where football was played by mistake; story from the 18th century; complete story; artist not known) 232.
    
    
    
    
  • Dozy Danny (series character; sport; featuring Danny Lorimer; artist Sturrock (text stories); Vandeput (picture stories).
    • 1 - 29 (text series; artist Sturrock?)
    • 47 - 82? (picture series).
    • starts prior to 100 - 132; (picture series; artist Vandeput).
    • 268 - 291 (RP? series starts with Lorimer as a 12 year old living with his bullying step-father Albert Maston).
    • 1966 (story about Danny when he was twelve years old; artist not known).
    • 1986 (artist Bleach).
    
     
    
  • Drake, Frank (series character; Britain invaded) see
  • Black hatchet, The.
  • Drums That Ride a Horse, The (factual; Drums from around the world; artist not known) 20.
  • Dry Lander Lester (complete story; WW2 RAF; Coastal Command; artist Bleach) 232.
  • Dunn, Buglar (series character; Boer War) see Bugle Boy.
  • Dusty Dan (humorous; complete or series; artist not known) 1972.
  • Dynamite Jim (complete story; explosives expert; story set in Mexico; western; artist not known) 85.
    
    
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  • Eight Little Biggar Boys (complete story; sport; tug-of-war team; artist Bleach) 1971.
  • End of the World, The (series characters; sport; cricket; featuring Peter Howard; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 183 - ?
    
         
    
  • Engineers Came With Tooth and Claw! (complete story; Canadian backwoods adventure, also featuring beavers; artist Bill Holroyd?) 1972.
  • Eye in the Sky, The (complete story; helicopter pilot thwarted a bank robbery; artist not known) 3.
    
    
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  • Factual##, (true stories and facts).
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    • Airship Pioneer (a brazilian Alberto Santos-Dumont attempted to fly his airship around the Effiel Tower in France 1901 in a competition; artist Bevan).
      
      
          
    • Airliners of the World (factual; inside front and back covers; artist not known) 1966.
    • All in a Day’s Work (stories about eight exciting jobs, lumberjack, deep-sea diver and so on).
    • All Sorts of ‘Copters (factual; commercial and military helicopters; inside front and back covers) 1968.
    • All Sorts of Ships (commercial, military and sailing craft; inside front and back covers) 1967.
    • All Sorts of Soldiers (pictures of soldiers from different countries and centuries; artist not known) 1.
    • Arrow of Dust SOS, The (factual; WW2 Army; Greece; complete story).
    • Australia, You See Them (factual; Australian animals native to the country) 1971.
    • Badges of Britain’s New Brigades – New Army Units.
    • Ball-and-Chain Cannon, The : and Strange Guns Galore (a look at some strange guns through history; artist Bevan) 221.
      
      
          
    • Battle of the Barges (WW2 RAF; A “Greatest Air War” Story; bombing of invasion barges in occupied France, 1940; artist not known).
      
      
      
          
    • Big Shots Through the Ages (history of big artillery guns) 13.
    • Bow That Fired Boulders, The (war machines of the Middle Ages; artist Bevan?) 17.
    • Burmese Growler, The and Other Curious Carts (different types of carts from around the world; artist not known) 8.
    • Carrier Strike Force (factual information about the Fleet Air Arm; inside back cover) 1971.
    • Cars and their Badges, Famous (fifteen cars and their badges featured; artist not known).
    • Catherine-wheel Gun (machine-guns old and new; artist Bevan) 18.
    • Chopper, Here Comes A (history of helicopters; artist Bevan?) 11.
    • Cossacks Ride Out, The (World’s Greatest Horseman, no.2; history of Cossacks through the ages; artist Bevan) 43.
    • County Towns – information about the cities of England (series) see County Towns.
    • Game Cup Final game (story printed on pink paper as part of the annual football special section) 1972.
    • Drums That Ride a Horse, The (Drums from around the world; artist not known) 20.
    • Fairway Facts and Feats (golf success stories; artist not known) 1978.
    • Famous British Regiments – Past and Present see the series with the same name.
    • Famous Cavalry Charges see the series with the same name.
    • Famous Football First Timers (factual; artist not known; story printed on pink paper as part of the annual football special section) 1972.
    • Farr, Tommy (The Puncher from the Pits; boxing; the story of; artist not known) 160.
    • Ferryboats of Britain (different types of British ferryboats from around the UK).
    • Fighting Ghost From Liverpool Bay, The (WW2 RN; 02nd June, 1939; submarine H.M.S. Thetis, but was salvaged and re-launched as H.M.S. Thunderbolt which had a successful war; artist Bevan) 235.
       
      
          
    • First Across the North Pole (story of cameraman Hubert Wilkins, filming great events from 1912 to 1931 ; artist Bevan) 288.
      
      
          
    • First Raid on Tokio, The (WW2 USAF; story of American B25 bomber raid lead by Lieu-Colonel James Doolittle and Captain Ted W. Lawson; artist Bevan.
      
      
          
    • Fishing Notions of different Nations 5.
    • Floating Prison in the Sky, The (man’s first flight into the stratosphere, 1931 Auguste Piccard, a Swiss scientist; artist Bevan) 275.
      
      
          
    • Flying Lifeboats, The (a Hotspur True-life story; crew rescued from tug Rumania in the English Channel, by helicopter; artist not known) 237.
      
          
          
    • For Those in Peril on the Seas (a page about lifeboat history) 223.
    • Fought Fire in the Sky, He (WW2 RAF; 07th July, 1941; 75 (New Zealand) Squadron; Sergeant Allan awarded V.C. for climbing out onto wing and putting a fire out on one of the engines; artist not known) 297.
      
      
          
    • From Crest to Cannon : The Points of a Horse 34.
    • Front Cover stories of the Hotspur see the entry with the same title.
    • Funny Looks at the Races 650.
    • Goal-Scoring Goalkeeper, The (football funny facts; artist Sturrock?) 229.
    • Great Fighters, They Were All (twelve fighters from different eras) 5.
    • Great Gunmaker, The (late 19th century; story about John Browning, inventor of guns and rifles; artist not known) 1970.
    • Great Pipe Rescue (factual; a Hotspur True-Life story; 25th Oct. 1963, story of rescue of miners from a mine in Germany) 230.
      
      
              
    • Guns of Ambush Island, The (factual; American War of Independence; Royal Navy; artist not known).
    • Guns of Famous Gunmen, The (factual; western).
    • Harris, Reg (title – The Two Wheeled Tornado; story of Harris, world sprint champion, four times; artist not known) 159.
      
          
          
    • HMS Tripod - The Ship That Never Was (WW1 RN; observation platform used by British to aid gunners shelling German positions in Belgium; Lieutenant Peter Lewis; Petty Officer Jim Barker; tricked two German ships into firing on each other; artist not known) 270.
      
      
      
    • He Found a New Sound (story of Adolph Sax who invented the saxophone; a true-life adventure no. 4; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • He Ran Around the World – Twice! (story of Gordon Pirie, British runner who broke 36 athletic records in one year).
      
      
          
    • Hero of the Norfolk Floods, The (George Medal; American Airman Reice Leming of the US Air Force helped evacuate members of the public at Hunstanton using a rubber dinghy).
      
      
          
    • Horse's Harness, The 33.
    • Horsepower (different types of horse breeds; artist not known; printed on light blue paper) 1972.
    • In This Corner (boxing true stories) 1986.
    • Iron Road to Nowhere, The (building of a railway line through Death Valley, Arizonia, USA; early 20th century; a Hotspur True Life Adventure; artist Bevan) 284.
      
      
      
          
    • It Happened in Sport (unusual sporting stories; artist not known) 1986.
    • It Takes all Kinds to Make a Marathon (factual; humorous sporting stories; artist not known).
      
      
          
    • Liddell, Eric (title – Wings on His Feet; story of the runner; artist not known) 156.
    • Man They Couldn’t Kill, The (story of Dick Grace, Hollywood’s greatest stunt man between the World Wars; a Hotspur True Life Adventure; artist Bevan) 292.
      
      
      
    • Man Who Saved the Mayflower, The (saving of the ship sinking after the Mayflower’s main beam broke by using Tolliver’s printing press to crank the beam up with) 294.
      
      
          
    • Man-O’-War From the Mud, The (the salvaging of the Swedish ship Vasa from Stockholm’s harbour; artist not known) 295.
      
      
          
    • Marcel Cerdan (true story of a French boxer; artist not known) 168.
    • Modern Marvels (one panel about giant steam trains; artist not known).
    • Monsters of the Past (nine now extinct dinosaurs; artist not known) 2.
    • North American Mustang, The (history of the WW2 fighter plane; artist Kennedy) 1986.
    • North Pole by Submarine, To The (July 1958, USS Nautilus’s journey under the North Pole by atomic submarine; crew awarded Presidential Unit Citation; artist not known) 296.
       
      
          
    • Pick-a-back Bomber (WW1 RFC; Nov. 1915 Dardanelles bombing raid; Squadron-Commander Davies gave Sub-Lieutenant Smylie a lift on his plane when he was shot down; a Hotspur True Life Adventure; artist Bevan) 281.
      
      
          
    • Pie-Eating Champ (stories of record and world beaters; artist not known) 231.
    • Pirate Bonnet of the King’s Horse Guards (Stede-Bonnet rich ex-soldier, turned plantation owner becomes a pirate in the West Indies; eventually caught and hanged; artist not known) 289.
    • Power Game (inside front and back covers of the annual; picture and brief information about powerful trains, planes and automobiles; artist not known).
      
      
      
    • Robert Round-Up (information about strange robots) 1968.
    • Runaway Airship R33, The (complete story; R33 British airship broke away from its moorings, 1925; artist not known).
      
      
      
          
    • Q-Ship Campbell (story of HMS Farnborough as a Q-Ship, WW1; artist Bevan) 283.
    • Railway Headlines, They Hit The (drawings of eight British steam engines; artist Bevan?) 19.
    • Sailing Speedsters of the Seas (nine fast sailing ships) 3.
    • Santa Claus Was Out of Luck (factual stories about unfortunate Santa Claus) 1986.
    • Shackleton: Trailblazer of the Antarctic (his adventures in Antarctic) 1966.
    • Sea-Going Airfields (six aircraft carriers from WW1 to late 1950’s; artist Bevan?) 10.
    • See How They’ve Changed (past and present ship types; artist Bevan?) 18.
    • Ship Shapes Seen Around Our Harbours (inside front and back covers).
    • Ship That Ate Torpedoes, The (WW1 RN; a British merchant ship SS Hyderabadwith a flat bottom avoids being sunk; artist not known) 276.
      
      
          
    • Smiling, Slamming Sammy (biography of the British boxer; artist Bevan?) 171.
    • Speedsters of the Sea (fast powered war and civilian boats; artist Bevan?) 1.
    • Submarine Hunters (inside front cover; artist Bevan) 1971.
    • Tartan Tigers, The (story of Britain’s war with France in America, 1758; following Grant Mackenzie’s adventures; artist not known) 1968.
      
      
      
          
    • Ten Thousand Miles on Horseback (journey from Buenos Aires to Washington D.C. by horse; 1925; Swiss teacher A.F. Tschiffely; artist not known) 1967.
       
      
          
    • Ten-Year Treasure Hunt, The (factual; searching for gold and silver sunk in S.S. Egypt, May 1922; artist Bevan) 269.
      
      
          
    • Texas Rangers, The (complete story; story of Captain West dealing with Indian uprising near San Antonio, USA in 1840; artist not known) 282.
      
      
          
    • They Never Should Have Changed the Name (the sinking of the British Ironclad HMS Victoria in an shipping accident, 1893; artist Bevan) 273.
      
      
          
    • They Won’t Get Our Gunbus (WW1 RFC; C.S.M. Insall & T.H. Donald; Western Front, 1917; ensuring their plane was captured by the Germans; a Hotspur true life adventure; artist Bevan) 290.
      
      
              
    • Tools of the Seek-and-Save Trade (factual; tools used in mountain rescues).
    • Top Plane Parade (six passenger planes; artist not known) 80.
    • Town With The Badger Badge, The (Arms of British cities and towns; artist not known) 19.
    • Trapped in the Cave of Terror (true-life adventure; the Davis family trapped in a cave in Cambourne, Cornwall; artist not known) 239.
      
      
          
    • True Life Stories (series; real-life headline stories) see the series with the same name.
    • Twenty Eight Days to Darwin (flight from England to Australia 1919; a Hotspur true life adventure).
      
      
          
    • Two Hundred Ton Torpedo, The (20th Nov. 1819, Capt. Pollard of the Essex had to fight a hugh whale which rammed his ship several times and sank it; artist not known) 240.
    • Two Men in a Boat (epic voyage of the world’s smallest trans-Atlantic ship, 1897; Hotspur True Life Adventure; artist Bevan) 287.
      
      
          
    • Two Men to a Horse (Battle of Ulundi; a famous cavalry charge, no.2; artist not known) 141.
    • Up to His Neck – in Coal! (true story about firefighter Johnson saving a man’s life in a boiler full of coal).
    • Voyage of No Return (1837 the Royal Navy dealing with an American rebel ship running gun, eventually sailed it over the Niagara Falls; artist not known) 241.
      
          
          
    • Wandsworth Warehouse Rescue, The (true story of 1930’s fire brigade story, Joe Jacobs; artist Bevan) 231.
      
      
          
    • War Birds : The Fighting Planes of World War Two (artist not known) 1005.
    • What’s the Catch? (fishing information) 1978.
    • When the Dykes Went Down (factual; story of Sir Richard Mortimer trying to relieve a Dutch town of Leyden from the Spandiards, blew up some dykes and flooded the Spanish force; artist not known) 283.
      
      
          
    • Where Shepherds Wear Stilts (information about shepherds around the world; artist not known).
    • Why Did the Black Dog Howl? (factual; dog anticipating a dam breaking by howling; America, 1889; artist not known) 272.
      
      
          
    • Wings of War (nine jet powered warplanes which fly faster than sound; artist Bevan?) 2.
    • Winter Speed Sports (factual; artist Bevan?) 13.
    • World Cup Capers (factual; stories about the World Cup over the years; artist not known).
    • World’s Fastest Fighting Ships, The (British, American and other nationalities fastest ships WW2 to late 1950’s) 7.
      
      
          
    • World’s Greatest Crackshot? (story of Ad Topperwein, an American who is one of the greatest crackshots ever to live; artist not known) 155.
      
      
      
          
    • World’s Greatest Horsemen, The (series).
    • World-Wide Wanderers (short factual piece within the text story of the Snappy Wanderers; page 21; artist not known) 43.
    
    
    
    
  • Fairway Facts and Feats (golf success stories; artist not known) 1978.
  • Famous British Regiments – Past and Present (short paragraph, plus one picture appearing on the letters page, Thursday Pie; artist not known).
    • 234 – Royal Horse Guards, The (The Blues).
    • 235 – 17th Lancers, The.
    • 236 – Devonshire Regt., The.
    • 237 – Middlesex Regt., The.
    • 238 – Honourable Artillery Company, The.
    • 239 – Royal Marines, The.
    • 240 – Royal Sussex Regt., The.
    • 241 – Cameron Highlanders, The.
    • 242 – No story.
    • 243 – Royal Irish Fusiliers, The.
    • 244, 245 (no story).
    
    
    
  • Famous Cavalry Charges (factual complete stories).
    • No.1 140.
    • No.2 Two Men to a Horse (Battle of Ulundi) 141.
    • No.10 Battle of Waterloo, 1815.
    
    
     
    
  • Far East# themed stories see
    
    
    
  • Famous Football First Timers (factual; artist not known; story printed on pink paper as part of the annual football special section) 1972.
  • Farr, Tommy (factual; The Puncher from the Pits; boxing; the story of; artist not known) 160.
    
    
    
  • Fearless Fred (series character; humorous; featuring Fred ; artist puss n’ Boots?).
    • starts prior to 758 - ?
    
    
    
  • Fender the Bender: He Couldn’t Land Without Crashing (complete story; WW2 RAF; artist Bleach?) 229.
    
    
    
  • Fenton (series character; sport; cycling) see Yellow Jersey, The.
  • Ferryboats of Britain (factual; different types of British ferryboats from around the UK).
  • Fighting Barber of Six Trails, The (series character; western; featuring Pete Lusher; artist Ron Smith).
    • 86 - ?
    
    
    
  • Fighting Ghost From Liverpool Bay, The (factual; WW2 RN; 02nd June, 1939; submarine H.M.S. Thetis, but was salvaged and re-launched as H.M.S. Thunderbolt which had a successful war; artist Bevan) 235.
     
    
    
  • Fireworks Fighters, The (complete story; Napoleonic War made use of large fireworks to sink French barges, 1804; artist not known) 281.
    
    
    
  • First Across the North Pole (factual; story of cameraman Hubert Wilkins, filming great events from 1912 to 1931 ; artist Bevan) 288.
    
    
    
    
  • First Raid on Tokio, The (WW2 USAF; factual; story of American B25 bomber raid lead by Lieu-Colonel James Doolittle and Captain Ted W. Lawson; artist Bevan.
    
     
    
  • Fisher, Billy (series character; junior boy reporter) see Blue Pencil Billy.
  • Fishing Notions of different Nations (factual; artist Ron Smith?) 5.
  • Fister Flint – Sparrow-Weight Champion (series characters; sport; boxing; featuring Tommy Flint; artist Sturrock?).
    • 23 – 31.
    • 43 - 46 (a continuation of the first series, after a short break?
    • 1968 (Fister’s Dad loses his memory; artist not known same as series?)
    
    
    
  • Five Bags Full! (WW2 Army; Far East; complete story; artist Wondering Webb) 134.
  • Flash Harry (series character; humorous; featuring Harry Smith; artist Lord Snooty?)
    • 41 - 46 ; 55; 63;
    
    
    
  • Fletcher, Flying Officer Sam (series character; WW2 RAF) see Phantom Flyer, The.
  • Flint, Tommy (series character; sport; boxing) see Fister Flint – Sparrow-Weight Champion.
  • Flite, Johnny (series character; sport; running) see Johnny Flite – The Flying Postman.
  • Floating Prison in the Sky, The (factual; man’s first flight into the stratosphere, 1931 Auguste Piccard, a Swiss scientist; artist Bevan) 275.
  • Fludd, Zeb (WW2 Army; series character; humorous) see Coonskin Grenadier, The.
  • Flying Lifeboats, The (factual; a Hotspur True-life story; crew rescued from tug Rumania in the English Channel, by helicopter; artist not known) 237.
    
    
    
  • Flying Stories (stories about the early days of flying; complete stories; no series characters; artist not known).
    • 71 - ?
    
    
    
  • Flying Tiger, The (series character; WW2; writer Fitzsimons; artist Farrugia; featuring Sergeant Harry Barker; Squadron Leader Partridge).
    • Note – this series is a RP of the series published in pictures in the Hornet).
    • starts prior to 1005 - ?
    
    
    
    
  • For Those in Peril on the Seas (factual; a page about lifeboat history; artist Bevan) 223.
  • Foster, Chick (series character; text; adventure) see Search For The City of Fire.
  • Fought Fire in the Sky, He (factual; WW2 RAF; 07th July, 1941; 75 (New Zealand) Squadron; Sergeant Allan awarded V.C. for climbing out onto wing and putting a fire out on one of the engines; artist not known) 297.
    
    
    
    
  • Franky, Lanky He Meddles and Muddles (series character; humour) see Franky Lanky - He Meddles and Muddles.
  • Fred’s Fearless Firemen! (complete story; WW2 Auxiliary Fire Service; featuring Fred Turner; artist Wondering Webb’s) 285.
    
    
    
  • Freeman, Billy (series character; true-life nature series) see True-Life Nature series.
  • Freeman’s Feathered Fighters (WW2 RN; complete story; swans looked after on HMS Trumpeter attacking German fighters, which were attacking a British ship; artist Bleach) 225.
    
    
    
  • From Crest to Cannon : The Points of a Horse (factual; contained within an Over The Top episode 34.
  • Front#/Back Cover stories see Cover Stories of The Hotspur.
  • Front Line Kid, The (series character; WW2 home front school boy adventure; text; featuring Bobby Steel; artist not known).
    • 85 - ?
     
    
    
  • Frosty – The Human Iceberg (series character; arctic circle adventure; hunting Indian treasures, north of the Artic Circle; featuring Frosty; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 115 - ?
    
     
    
  • Funny Looks at the Races (factual) 650.
  • Funny but it’s a Fact, It’s (one page of humorous but true factual information; artist not known) 14.
  • Fury – The Story of a Dartmoor Pony (adventure; text; featuring Fury, the Dartmoor Pony; artist Sturrock).
    • starts prior to 168 - ?
    
     
     
    
    
    
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  • Gadget Podgett (series character; humorous; featuring Gadget Padgett; artist Wondering Webb).
    • starts prior to 115 - ?
    
     
    
  • Gallopers of the Blue Horn Post (complete story; postmen in 18th century Europe; artist not known) 1971.
  • Game Cup Final game (factual; story printed on pink paper as part of the annual football special section) 1972.
  • Gasson, Joe (series character; orpaned boys in 1840’s) see Lost Boys of the Hungary 40’s.
  • Gay, Peterkin (series character; boy shipwrecked adventure) see Coral Island, The.
  • Giant## Themed Stories
    • Black Skuas Came Screaming (series characters; text; giant birds; flying).
    • Year of the Big Rats, The (series characters; giant rats).
    
     
    
  • Gifts# (free inside the comic. Please note this section is spilt into two sections, - football and toys gifts. Note booklets A6 sized (105mm x 148mm), unless stated).
    • General free gifts.
    • Bow and arrow, miniature 2.
    • Hot Shot Pistol 86.
    • Frog, jumping 1.
    • Plane, the H2 flyer, with launcher 21.
    • Super Squirt ring 46; 626.
    • Two-Tailed Twirler 48.
    • Whistling Whizzer 22.
      
          
    • Football free gifts.
    • Plastic wallet and four glossy photo cards of famous teams 155.
    • Four glossy photo cards of Glasgow Rangers 1956-57; Preston North End 1937-38; Huddersfield 1927-28; Portsmouth 1939 teams) 156.
    • Four glossy photo cards of Everton 1930-31; Liverpool 1961-62; Hibernian 1931-32; Arsenal 1934-35) 157.
    • Four glossy photo cards of Burnley 1960; Dundee 1961-62; Ipswich Town 1961-62; Nottingham Forest 1958-59) 158.
      
      
          
    
     
    
  • Ginger Rodd at Creepy Creek (WW2 school boy adventure; series character; featuring Ginger Rodd; artist not known).
    • 47 – 58.
    
    
    
  • Goal-Scoring Goalkeeper, The (factual; football funny facts; artist Sturrock?) 229.
  • Golden Moose, The (series characters?; featuring?; artist?;)
    • starts prior to 650 - ?
    
    
    
  • Grant, Sergeant Jeff (series; WW2 Army) see Grant’s Gunners.
  • Grant, Johnny (series character; western; humorous) see Hungary Hank.
  • Grant, Private Sam (series character; WW1 Army) see Grant’s Grenades.
  • Grant’s Grenades (series characters; WW1 Army; featuring Privates Sam Grant and Nipper Burns; artist Bevan).
    • 234 – 242.
    
    
    
    
  • Grant’s Gunners (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring sergeant Jeff Grant; B.S.M. Bostock; artist not known).
    • 293 - ?
    
    
    
  • Grasshopper Green – the Flying Eye (WW2 RAF; series character; featuring Lieutenant Green; “Midge”, a mechanic – note doesn’t appear in all stories; different artists Bleach; Shone & others?)
    • 81 - ? (artist not known; featuring “Midge”).
    • starts prior to 312 - ? (artist Bevan).
    • 1966 (artist Bleach).
    • 1967 (artist Bleach);
    • 1986 (artist ?).
    
    
    
  • Great Gunmaker, The (factual; late 19th century; story about John Browning, inventor of guns and rifles; artist not known) 1970.
  • Great Pipe Rescue (factual; a Hotspur True-Life story; 25th Oct. 1963, story of rescue of miners from a mine in Germany; artist Bevan) 230.
    
    
    
  • Greb (series character; stone-age) see Ten Thousand Years Ago.
  • Gregory, Professor (series character; sci-fi) see Spy in the Sputnik, The.
  • “Greatest Air War” Story, A (factual series?; complete true adventure stories) see Factual True Stories.
  • Great Fighters, They Were All (factual; twelve fighters from different eras; artists not known) 5.
  • Great Netro, The – Man of Magic (series character; 18th century; magician and doctor; featuring Netro; John Denton; Beppo, an ape; artist not known).
    • starts 101 - ?
    
    
    
  • Greatest Air War, The (series; WW2 RAF; complete stories about the Battle of Britain; artist not known).
    • 140 - ?
    
    
    
  • Greatest Air War, The (WW2 glider pilots; complete story; airborne invasion of Sicily, Italy; artist Smith) 1966.
  • Green Archers, The (series characters; medieval Robin Hood type character; featuring Wat Harding; Peter Shavepate; Iron-Fist the Smith; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 111 - ?
    
    
    
  • Green, Lieutenant (WW2 RAF; series character) see Grasshopper Green – the Flying Eye.
  • Griggs, Sammy (series characters; WW2 RN sea cadets) see Stone Warship, The.
  • Grunther (series character; humorous; police) see Police Hog Grunther.
  • Gun Doctor, The (western; text; complete story; artist not known) 1970.
  • Gunmaster, The (series character; western; featuring? Artist?).
    • starts prior to 650 - ?
    • 1971 (text; artist Smith; same character?)
    
    
    
  • Guns of Ambush Island, The (factual; American War of Independence; Royal Navy; artist not known) 1971.
  • Guns of Famous Gunmen, The (factual; western; artist not known) 15.
    
    
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  • HMS Tripod - The Ship That Never Was (factual; WW1 RN; observation platform used by British to aid gunners shelling German positions in Belgium; Lieutenant Peter Lewis; Petty Officer Jim Barker; tricked two German ships into firing on each other; artist not known) 270.
    
    
    
  • Haddie (series character; sport; football; featuring Harold “Haddie” Hadley; Bayport Utd; artist Giralt).
    • Note – series originally appeared in the Hornet comic, so this is a RP.
    • starts prior to 1005 - ?
    
    
    
  • Hadley, Harold “Haddie” (series character; sport; football) see Haddie.
  • Handsome Harry (series character; humorous; sport; boxing; featuring Harry Hansom; artist not known).
    • ? - ?
    • 1986
    
     
    
  • Hardacre, Chief Petty Officer Joe (series character; boys training to be sailors) see Boys of the Big Mast, The.
    
    
    
  • Harding, Wat (series character; medieval archers) see Green Archers, The.
  • Harding, Sergeant (series; Canadian themed story; RCMP police) see Black Wolf.
  • Hardy, Hustler (series character; sci-fi) see Red Deserts of Mars, The.
  • Harpoon Hansom Goes to War (complete story; WW2 RN; Olaf Hanson a Norwegian Harpooner catches a German submarine; artist not known) 295.
    
    
    
  • Harris, Reg (factual; title – The Two Wheeled Tornado; story of Harris, world sprint champion, four times; artist not known) 159.
    
    
    
  • Hart, Flying Officer Johnny (series character; WW2 RAF) see Air Fights of Flyer Hart.
  • Hawkins, Hotshot (series character; sport; football) see Hotshot Hawkins.
  • He Flew Through a Hole in the Sky (complete story; front page hero who was a first class fraud; artist not known) 78.
    
    
    
    
  • He Flies Like an Eagle and Lands Like a Brick! (RCAF peacetime; pilot who can fly, but can’t land a plane properly; artist not known) 77.
    
    
    
  • He Found a New Sound (factual; story of Adolph Sax who invented the saxophone; a true-life adventure no. 4; artist not known) 135.
    
    
    
  • He Only Kept Wide Awake Once! (WW2 RAF; complete story; artist Bleach) 227.
  • He Ran Around the World – Twice! (factual; story of Gordon Pirie, British runner who broke 36 athletic records in one year; artist not known) 170.
    
    
    
  • Heaton, Jack (series character; circus adventure/mystery) see Circus of Secrets.
  • Hercules The Strong (series character; ancient Greece; featuring Hercules; artist Smith).
    • starts prior to 168 to 172
    
    
    
  • Here Comes the Ship of the Desert (complete story; adventure; Buck Gibson, newspaper reporter; American themed story; artist not known) 284.
    
    
    
  • Hero of the Norfolk Floods, The (George Medal; factual; American Airman Reice Leming of the US Air Force helped evacuate members of the public at Hunstanton using a rubber dinghy; artist Bevan) 24.
    
    
    
  • Hickock, Wild Bill (series character; western) see Wild Bill Hockock, The Boyhood of.
  • Hickory Dick : The Singing Hobo (series character; musical adventures; featuring Hickory Dickwood; artist same as Phil?).
    • starts prior to 115 - ?
    
    
    
  • Higgins, Alf (series character; sport; football; humorous) see United Alley.
  • Hood, Robin (series character) see Robin Hood.
  • Hotshot Hawkins (series character; sport; football; Italian club Torina; featuring Hotshot Hawkins; artist not known)
    • 155 - ?
    
    
    
  • Hotspur Harry (character that appears on the front cover of the Hotspur, advertising free gifts or partaking in an activity accompanied by a poem. Not really a series character; artist not known).
    • 1 - ?
    
    
    
  • Hogan, Big Dave (series character; Pacific adventure) see Idol That Laughs, The.
  • Horse's Harness, The (artist not known; contained with an episode of Over the Top) 33.
  • Horseshoe Hogan (series character?; featuring ?; artist?)
    • ? - ?
    
    
    
  • Horsepower (factual; different types of horse breeds; artist not known; printed on light blue paper) 1972.
  • Hot Walk to the Everlasting Fires (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Gordon Traille; Bob Yule; Jesse Warden; Doc Stratton; artist not known).
    • 59 - ?
    
    
    
  • How Can Jumps be 6 foot too Soon? (complete story; sport; running; artist not known) 83.
    
    
    
  • How’s This For a Schoolboy Howler? (complete story; school boy adventure in India; young boy captured, but turns the tables on his abductors) 115.
  • Howard, Peter (series character; sport; cricket) see End of the World, The.
  • Howe, Lofty (series character; sci-fi) see Purple Planet, The.
  • Humorous## stories see
    • Automobile Anderson (complete story; text).
    • Bird For Christmas, A (complete story; set in Antarctic).
    • Blue Pencil Billy (series characters; junior boy reporter; humour).
    • Calamity Chayne (series character; Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
    • Cat Street Kids, The (series characters).
    • Cha Cha Charlie (series character; music).
    • Cheery Cherokees, The (series characters).
    • Danny Dixon’s Lazy, Crazy Railway (series characters; text).
    • Davy Deen – He’s Not so Green (series character).
    • Desperate Dan, The Boyhood of. (series character).
    • Dim Dan (series character).
    • Dusty Dan (humorous; complete or series).
    • Flash Harry (series character).
    • Gadget Podgett (series character).
    • Handsome Harry (series character; sport; boxing).
    • Hungary Hank (series characters; western).
    • Jim’s Gym (series character; sport).
    • Kipper Feet (series character; text; story about a seal).
    • Lanky Franky – He Meddles and Muddles (series character).
    • Little Al, Your Sporty Pal (series character).
    • Louis the Loser (series character).
    • Lucky Lawson – Super Showman (series character; text).
    • Mister Egz From Mars (series characters; sci-fi).
    • Mulligan’s Mules (series characters; western).
    • Ossie the Outlaw (series character).
    • Pancake Panton (series character; text).
    • Police Hog Grunther (series character; police).
    • Scruffy (school boy adventures).
    • Scruffy's Guide to Surfing (humorous).
    • Secret Eater of St. Mike’s, The (series character; text; school boy adventure).
    • Trail of the Pink Pancake, The (text; complete story; potty botanists in Africa looking for a tree).
    • Two-Ton Tim (series character; schoolboy adventure).
    • We’ve a Prince at Our School (series characters; school boy adventures).
    • United Alley (sport; football) 1972.
    • Wily Watkins (series characters; school boy adventures).
    • Wishbone Wuzzy (series character; wizard).
    
    
    
  • Hungary Hank (series character; western; humorous; featuring Hungary Hank, the horse; Johnny Grant; artist not known – same as Bandy Walker?).
    • 33 - ?
    
    
    
  • Hurricane Hutch (series characters; sport; football; featuring "Hurricane" Hutch Hutchinson; Ollie Peak; Midford City; artist Giralt).
      see also The Hornet Index.
    • ? - ?
    • 1986.
    
    
    
  • Hurricane Watch (series characters; Helicopter weather watch crew; adventure; featuring Flight-Lieutenant Sam Salter; Sergeant “Tiger” Morris; L.A.C. “Sparks” Malloy; Flying Officer “Lighting” Locke; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 183 - ?
     
    
    
  • Hutchinson, Hutch (series character; sport; football) see Hurricane Hutch.
    
    
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  • I Fought in the Battle of Britain (series character; WW2 RAF; featuring Pilot Officer Nick Waring?; Flight Lieutenant Scott; artist Kennedy).
    • starts prior to 220 – 223.
    • note - see also Secret Flyer, The.
    
    
    
  • Idol That Laughs, The (series characters; Pacific adventure; featuring Professor Robert Staines; Big Dave Hogan; artist not known).
    • 49 – 58.
    
    
    
  • In This Corner (factual; boxing true stories; artist not known) 1986.
  • Invisible Dick (series character; text; artist not known; featuring Dick Martin).
    • 15 – 20.
    
    
    
  • Iron-Fist, the Smith (series character; medieval archers) see Green Archers, The.
  • Iron Men of Marreka, The (complete story; French Foreign Legion; artist not known) 1967.
  • Iron Road to Nowhere, The (factual; building of a railway line through Death Valley, Arizonia, USA; a Hotspur True Life Adventure; artist Bevan) 284.
    
    
    
  • It Happened in Sport (factual; unusual sporting stories; artist not known) 1986.
  • It Takes all Kinds to Make a Marathon (factual; humorous sporting stories; artist not known) 1986.
  • It’s That Boy Again! (series character; joins the Clarion newspaper; featuring Jimmy Dodd; artist not known).
    • 133 – 139.
    
    
    
     
     
    
    
    
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  • (J) (artist) see Artists.
  • Jackson, Private Mack (series character; WW2 Paratroopers) see Mick and Mack – The Battersea Battlers.
  • Jackson, John (series character; sci-fi) see Crimson Comet, The.
  • Jake, Sergeant W.E.F. (series character; WW2 RAF plane recovery team) see Lost Planes Found.
  • Jannock, Jim (series character; Canadian themed story; champion axe lumberjack) see Broadaxe.
  • Jarrold, Hugh (series character; sci-fi; teacher in a school) see Last School, The.
  • Jeff Carter – River Warden (series character; featuring Jeff Carter; artist not known).
    • 87 - ?
    • 130; 134; (artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Jeff Martin (series character; game keeper series; featuring Jeff Martin; giant Pike in the lake killing fish; artist not known).
      83
    
    
    
  • Jenkins, Ivor (series character; WW2 Home Front) see ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The.
  • Jett, Johnny (series character) see Johnny Jett.
  • Jim Masterson – Waggon Train Boss (series characters; text; western; featuring Jim Masterson; artist Sturrock?)
    • 100 - ?
    
    
    
  • Jim’s Gym (series character; sport; humour; featuring ).
    • starts prior to 650 - ?
    
    
    
  • Johnny Flite – The Flying Postman (series character; sport; running; featuring Johnny Flite; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 100 - ?
    • 1971 (artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Johnny Jett (series character; school boy adventures; featuring Johnny Jet; artist not known).
    • 1 - 4
    
    
    
  • Johnny Jones at School (series character; school boy adventure; featuring Johnny Jones; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 121 - 139 (first series)
    • starts prior to 183 - ? (second series; title – Johnny Jones and the Hermit Teacher).
    • starts prior to 220 - 220 (Jones captain of Junior House, Kingsleigh College; artist Bleach?)
    • 296 - ? (cricket being the theme for this series).
    
    
    
  • Johnny of the secret Jets (series character; school boy flyer adventure; featuring ?; artist Kennedy? to be checked).
    • 173 - ?
    
    
    
  • Johnson, Spud (series character; S. American adventure) see Tim Tyler and the Mole Men.
  • Jolly, Nick (series character; highwayman; crime fighter) see Nick Jolly.
  • Jones, Ginger (series character; WW2 School boy adventures; text) see Blitz Kids, The.
    
    
    
  • Jones, Idwal (series character; Welsh mining mystery) see School for Miners.
  • Jones, Johnny (series character; school boy adventures) see Johnny Jones at School.
  • Jones, Sergeant Alf (series; adventure; Australian story) see Trail of the Ten Rockets, The.
  • Joxer – The Wonder Dog (series character; text; featuring Joxer, a dog; Bill Bailey; artist Sturrock?).
    • starts prior to 220 – 229.
    
    
    
  • Jumping Jack (series character; 18th century adventure; featuring Jack Manson; artist not known).
    • 1968
    • 1970 (different unknown artist to series).
    
    
    
    
    
     
    
    
    
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  • Kane Kept on Fishing (complete story; World War Two adventure; artist not known) 47.
  • Karak (series dog character; Royal Canadian Mounted Police) see Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North.
  • Kato (series character; sci-fi) see Beetles of Doom, The.
  • Kelly, “Cat Whiskers” Tom (series character; WW2 home front) see Cat’s Whiskers Kelly – Boy Against the Bombs.
    
    
    
  • Kenji the Samauri (complete story or series character? Artist?) 1978.
  • Kent Kept on Fishing (complete story; WW2 RAF; artist Bevan) 223.
  • Kennedy, Lieutenant Ken (series character; WW2 Fleet Air Arm) see Catapult Kennedy – Hurricane Pilot.
  • Kerne of Base Seven (series character; WW2 RAF; guarding Weather Base Seven in the Artic; featuring Sergeant Peter Kerne; artist Patrick).
    • 278 – 286.
    
    
    
  • Kerne, Sergeant Peter (series character; WW2 RAF) see Kerne of Base Seven).
  • Khandar the Terrible (series character; Middle East story; featuring Sheik Khandar; artist not known).
    • 5 - ?
    
    
    
  • Kid, The (series character; sport; bare-fist boxing) see Kid at Barefist Camp, The.
  • Kid at Barefist Camp, The (series character; sport; bare-fist boxing; featuring Jack Broughton; the Kid; artist not known).
    • 59 - ?
    
    
    
  • Kid in Cauliflower Alley, The (series character; sport; boxing; featuring Tommy Moore; artist Ted Rawlings).
    • 238 - ?
    
    
    
  • King, Cannuck Bill (series character; WW2 Commandoes) see Cannuck King, Commando Axeman.
    
    
    
  • King, Bill (series character; crime-fighter) see King Cobra.
  • King Cobra (series character; crime-fighter; featuring Bill King, world roving newspaper reporter; artist Smith).
    • starts prior to 1005 - ?
    • 1978
    
    
    
  • Kingswood, Captain Peter (series characters; WW2 secret service) see Vengeance Comes Unseen.
  • Kinross, Major (series; adventure; Australian story) see Trail of the Ten Rockets, The.
  • Kipper Feet (series character; text; humorous; story about a seal; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 111 - ?
    
    
    
  • Kit Carson (series character; western; text; featuring Kit Carson, scout; artist not known).
    • 60 - ?
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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  • Laker, Jack (series character; western) see Tough on the Sunset Trail, It’s.
  • Lanky Franky – He Meddles and Muddles (series character; humour; featuring Lanky Franky; artist Allan Morley).
    • 2 – 46; 55; 62; 71; 82; 224; 225; 228; 229; 231; 233; 235; 237; 238; 240; 280; 283; 284; 285; 287; 288; 289; 290; 291; 293; 294; 295; 296; 297;
    
    
    
  • Last Cavalry’s Last Charge, The (WW2 Army; complete story; Far East; 1942; Captain Arthur Sandeman and detachment of India Horse of the Burma Frontier Force charged the Japanese troops holding an air strip, killing all and losing their own lives, but captured the air strip; artist Kennedy; no medals awarded?) 160.
    
    
    
    
  • Last Flight of the Flying Pepperpot (North-West Frontier flying story; complete; artist not known) 80.
    
    
    
  • Last School, The (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Hugh Jarrold; artist Farrugia).
    • 86 – 100.
    
    
    
  • Lawson, Tim (series characters; text; humorous) see Lucky Lawson – Super Showman.
  • Lee, Phil (series character; sci-fi) see Purple Planet, The.
  • Leggat of the Lifeboats (complete story; lifeboat rescue; artist not known) 1966.
  • Lester, Harry (series character; boy adventures in the Australian Outback) see Boy From the Back O’Beyond, The.
    
    
    
  • Letters With Wings (complete story or series character?; artist not known) 1978.
  • Liddell, Eric (factual; title – Wings on His Feet; story of the runner; artist not known) 156.
  • Lifeboats# (series about lifeboats; complete story each issue; artist Bevan).
    • 224 – Desperate Dash of the Sea Horses, The.
    • 225 – We Can’t Wait For The Admiral!
    • 226 – Rat-a-Tat Rescue, The.
    • 227 – When the Rescue Boat Rolled Over.
    • 228 – Old Stan of the Storms.
    • 229 – Seven Mile Slipway.
    • 230 – We’ll Sail Below Your Ship.
    • 231 – You’re Never Too Young to be Brave.
    • 232 – Lifeline Leaped Aboard!, The.
     
         
    
    
  • Limp Along Leslie (series character; sport; football; Danbury Rangers Football Club; featuring Leslie Tomson; artist not known).
    • 150 - ?
    • starts prior to 220 - 228 (second series? Trentbury Albion; artist Bleach).
    • starts prior to 267 - ? (third series? featuring gipsies Kedor & Gotz; Danbury Rangers; artist Vandeput.
    • Note – Tomson also appeared in The Lost Goals of Larry Linton, complete story 1967.
    
    
    
    
  • Limping Man, The (series character; WW2 Secret Service; featuring Captain Spencer, the Limping Man; artist Leo Rawlings).
    • Note – series is a RP of the picture stories from the Hornet, but with a different artist).
    • starts prior to 1005 – ? (RP of the first series ?)
    
    
    
    
    
  • Little Al, Your Sporty Pal (series character; humorous; artist not known).
    • 22 – 37 (note – no story in 29).
    
    
    
  • Locksley, Bob (series character; western) see Longbow.
  • Logan of the Mounties (complete story; police; attempted robbery of a mining company payroll; artist not known) 292.
  • Logan, Tom (series character; sport; motorbike-racing) see Races of Lightning Logan.
  • Lonely Larry, Castaway (series character; adventure; featuring Lonely Larry; Tommy, the Toucan bird; artist not known).
    • 47 - ?
    • 1966 (artist Bill Holroyd).
    • 1967 (artist not known).
    • 1972 (text; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Longbow (series character; Bob Locksley; western; some stories text, others pictures; artist not known).
    • 271 – 278.
    • 1966 (text; artist Sturrock).
    • 1967 (artist not known; same character?)
    
    
    
  • Lonnegan, Sergeant (series character; WW2 US Marines; Pacific Ocean islands) see Union Jack Jackson.
  • Lorimer, Danny (series character; sport; football) see Dozy Danny.
  • Lost Boys of the Hungry 40’s (series characters; Sir Frederick Winton adopting orphaned boys in 1840; featuring Sir Frederick Winton; Joe Gasson; artist Steve Chapman?).
    • starts prior to 149 - 149
    
    
    
  • Lost Goals of Larry Linton (complete story; sport; football; featuring Larry Linton; Leslie Tomson briefly; Danbury Rovers; artist not known) 1967.
    
    
    
  • Lost Legends (series; complete stories each issue about strange customs and legends of schools throughout Britain; artist Wandering Webbs?)
    • 172 – Mystery of Dead Man’s Mire, The (Glamside School).
     
    
    
  • Lost Legions of the Skies (series characters; adventure story about birds; featuring Fred Briggs; Gordon Lucas; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 121 - ?
    
    
    
  • Lost Planes Found (series characters; WW2 RAF plane recovery team – X Squad; N. Africa; featuring Sergeant W.E.F. Jake; Scotty; artist Joe Colquhoun?).
    • 233 - 243 (note different unknown artist for 242 & 243).
    
    
    
  • Lost Regiment, The (WW1 Army; complete story; Flanders; defending a hill; artist Patrick 1971.
  • Louis the Loser (series character; humorous; featuring Louis; artist not known).
    • ? - ?
    • 1986
    
    
    
  • Lucas, Gordon (series character; adventure with birds) see Lost Legions of the Sky).
  • Lucky Lawson – Super Showman (series character; text; humorous; featuring Tim Lawson).
    • starts prior to 149 – 156.
    
    
    
  • Luka (series character; sci-fi) see Beetles of Doom, The.
  • Lusher, Pete (series character; western) see Fighting Barber of Six Trails, The.
    
    
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  • McNally, Constable Frank (series character; Canadian Mounted Police) see Redcoat Rogers.
  • Making of a Bowman (complete story; text; artist not known) 1968.
  • Maitland, John (series character; Kushanti invasion of Britain) see Yellow Sword, The.
  • Malmaynes Family (series; adventure) see The Sword of the Malmaynes.
  • Malone, Sergeant Mac (series character; Royal Canadian Mounted Police) see Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North.
    
    
    
  • Man-O’-War From the Mud, The (factual; the salvaging of the Swedish ship Vasa from Stockholm’s harbour; artist not known) 295.
    
    
    
  • Man They Couldn’t Kill, The (factual; story of Dick Grace, Hollywood’s greatest stunt man between the World Wars; a Hotspur True Life Adventure; artist Bevan) 292.
    
    
    
  • Man Who Saved the Mayflower, The (factual; saving of the ship sinking after the Mayflower’s main beam broke by using Tolliver’s printing press to crank the beam up with; artist not known) 294.
    
    
    
  • Man With the Hammer (series characters; WW2 Army; text; featuring Private Arthur Broderick; Lance-Corporal Joe Watson; artist Ron Smith).
    • starts prior to 80 – 84.
    
          
    
  • Marcel Cerdan (factual; true story of a French boxer; artist not known) 168.
  • March, Bob (series charcter; boy adventure protecting a farm) see Battle of Hunchback Farm, The.
  • March, Fred (series character; boy adventure protecting a farm) see Battle of Hunchback Farm, The.
  • March of the Gorillas, The (series character; African adventure; featuring Bart Clifton; Chum, a gorilla; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 149 - ?
    
    
    
  • Martin, Dick (series character; text; school boy adventures) see Invisible Dick.
  • Martin, Jack (series character; boy shipwrecked adventure) see Coral Island, The.
  • Martin, Jeff (series character; game keeper series) see Jeff Martin.
  • Martin, Sergeant Mick (series character; WW2 Paratroopers) see Mick and Mack – The Battersea Battlers.
  • Martin, Tony (series character; film stunt man) see Tony Martin – Stunt Man.
  • Mason, Mick (series character; sport; motor-racing) see Mick Mason – The Kid on the Grid.
  • Masterson, Jim (series character; text; western) see Jim Masterson – Waggon Train Boss.
  • Mick and Mack – The Battersea Battlers (WW2 Paratroopers; series characters; featuring Sergeant Mick Martin; Private Mack Jackson; artist not known).
    • 86 - ?
    
    
    
  • Mick Mason – The Kid on the Grid (series character; sport; motor-racing; Courgar Car Company; featuring Mick Mason; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 220 – 223.
    • 1967 (story about Mason when he was a Courgar Car apprentice; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Mick’s Trail to the Stone Age (series characters; teenagers discover an island still in the Stone Age; featuring Mick Painter; Peter Turner; Ken Williams; artist not known).
    • 21 – 31.
    
    
    
  • Middle# East themed stories see
    • Khandar the Terrible (series character).
    
    
    
  • ”Midge” – a mechanic (WW2 RAF; series character) see Grasshopper Green – the Flying Eye.
  • Mike Ryan (sport; show horse jumping; complete story?; series character? Featuring Mike Ryan; artist not known) 1968.
    
    
    
  • Miller, Bruce (series character; text; giant birds; flying) see Black Skuas Came Screaming, The.
  • Miller, Kid (series character; sport; boxing) see Battler From the Back Streets, The.
  • Miller, Pete (series character; WW2 Army) see World War Two series.
  • Mister Egz From Mars (series characters; sci-fi; humorous; featuring Mister Egz; Sandy Simon; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 149 - ?
    
    
    
  • Mix-Up That Didn’t Matter (complete story; two feuding delivery boys; artist not known) 46.
  • Modern Marvels (one panel about giant steam trains; artist not known).
    • 86 – No.1 Super V.C. 10 (artist Bevan)?
    • 88 – No.3 The Sno-Cat (artist Bevan)?
    • 89 – No.4 The Hovercraft (artist Bevan)?
    • 90 – No.5 Giant of the Lakes (Canadian Rlys).
    • 115 – No.12 Tracer WF-2 Grumman US Navy plane; artist Bevan.
  • 121 – No.13 Radioplane KO2R-5 Tracker (US Navy); artist Bevan.
    
    
    
    
  • Monsters of the Past (factual; nine now extinct dinosaurs; artist not known) 2.
  • Moore, Tommy (series character; sport; boxing) see Kid in Cauliflower Alley, The.
  • Morgan on Thunder Mountain (series characters; mountaineering adventure; featuring John Morgan; Deko; artist Shone).
    • starts prior to 71 - ?
    
    
    
  • Morgan, John (series character; mountaineering adventure) see Morgan on Thunder Mountain.
  • Moss, Sergeant (series character; Boer War; South Africa) see Sergeant Moss of Mafeking.
  • Motor Car is Worth a Million, This (robbery; text; complete story; artist Ted Rawlings) 71.
  • Mulligan’s Mules (series characters; western; featuring Huck Phinn; humorous; artist wandering Webb?)
    • 183 - ?
    
    
    
  • Musgrave of the Moors (series character; 17th century Scottish Border war; featuring Wat Musgrave; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 80 – 84.
    
    
    
  • Musgrave, Wat (series character; 17th century Scottish Border war) see Musgrave of the Moors.
  • Mustangers, The (western; complete story; artist not known) 1972.
    
    
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  • Nailed to the Trail (capture of Pedro the Wolf; artist not known; western) 11.
  • Nelson, Joe (series character; sport; boxing) see Nine-Minute Nelson.
  • Nameless Boy (series character; young boy living in a maze; featuring the Nameless Boy; artist not known).
    • 11 – 20.
    
     
    
    
  • Nemo (series character; flying adventure) see Sky Pirates of the Unknown Island.
  • Netro, The Great (series character; 18th century adventure) see Great Netro, The – Man of Magic.
  • Never Rile a Tusker With a Toothache (WW2 Army Medical Corps; complete story; doctor removing a tooth from an Elephant, which in turn turns on Japanese troops; artist not known) 81.
    
    
    
    
  • Nick Jolly (series character; highwayman; crime fighter; featuring Nick Jolly; Bessie, his horse; artist Ron Smith).
    • 1986.
    
    
    
  • Nick Silver (series character?; school boy adventure; featuring Nick Silver; Fred Turner; Bob Halliday).
    • 1968 (artist Smith).
    
    
    
  • Nine-Minute Nelson (series character; sport; boxing; featuring Joe Nelson; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 133 – 139.
    
    
    
  • No Road This Way (WW2 RN frogmen; complete story) 221.
  • North American Mustang, The (factual; history of the WW2 fighter plane; artist Kennedy) 1986.
  • North Pole by Submarine, To The (factual; July 1958, USS Nautilus’s journey under the North Pole by atomic submarine; crew awarded Presidential Unit Citation; artist not known) 296.
     
    
    
    
  • Norton, Leading Rating Chips (series character; WW2 RAF; Air-Sea Rescue) see Bill Bass of Bomb Alley.
    
    
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  • O’Bannion, G.I. (series; WW2 US Marines; Pacific Ocean islands) see Union Jack Jackson.
  • Old and Odd Wheelers of the Roads (factual; a look at late 19th century, early 20th century cars, buses and so on; inside front and back covers; artist Bevan?) 1970.
  • Old Ever Ready (series characters; based on Captain F. Marryat’s book Masterman Ready; adventure; China Sea; featuring Simson Family; artist Bleach?)
    • 291 - ?
     
    
    
  • Old and Odd Wheelers of the Roads (a look at late 19th century, early 20th century cars, buses and so on; inside front and back covers; artist Bevan?) 1970
  • Once a Game Called Football (series character; sport; football; featuring ; artist Vandeput; note originally a text story in The Rover).
    • 209 – 216; RP 626 – 633.
    
    
    
  • Operation Tin Opener and the Walkie Talkie Warrior (WW2 army; complete story) 1971.
  • Ossie the Outlaw (series character; humorous; featuring Ossie Pringle; artist Puss n’ Boots)
    • ? - ?
    • 1978; 1986
    
    
    
  • Over the Top – and the Best of Luck (series characters; text; sport; horse- jumping; featuring Ricky Robinson; Rollo, his Pony; artist Kennedy).
    • 30 – 42.
    
     
     
    
    
     
    
    
    
  • P#
    
    
    
  • Padgett, Gadget (series character; humorous) see Gadget Podgett.
  • Painter, Mick (series character; investigating a Stone Age land) see Mick’s Trail to the Stone Age.
  • Palmer, Pedlar (series character; peace time RN) see Tall Tower, The.
  • Pancake Panton (series character; text; humorous; stories about the Fire Brigade; featuring Paul Panton; artist Sturrock).
    • starts? – 115.
    
    
    
  • Panton, Paul (series character; text; humorous) see Pancake Panton.
  • Partridge, Sergeant Leader (series character; WW2 RAF) see Flying Tiger, The.
  • Peabody Problem (?)
  • Peak, Ollie (series character; sport; football) see Hurricane Hutch.
  • Penrose, Ken (series character; adventure) see Big Freeze, The.
  • Pepperpot Kid, The (complete story; western; artist not known) 9.
  • Parry, Rees (series character; WW2 Home Front) see ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The.
  • Perfitt, Tommy (series character; adventure) see Boy With the Wooden Collar, The.
  • Peters, Dave (series character; Big-fish hunters) see Barrier Rat, The.
  • Phantom Flyer, The (series character; WW2 RAF; featuring Gavaghan; Flying Officer Sam Fletcher; Phantom Flyer; artist Bombs with the Purple Stripe?).
    • 22 - 30
    
    
    
  • Phinn, Huck (series character; western; humorous) see Mulligan’s Mules.
  • Pie-Eating Champ (factual; stories of record and world beaters; artist not known) 231
  • Pick-a-back Bomber (factual; WW1 RFC; Nov. 1915 Dardanelles bombing raid; Squadron-Commander Davies gave Sub-Lieutenant Smylie a lift on his plane when he was shot down; a Hotspur True Life Adventure; artist Bevan) 281.
    
    
    
  • Pirate Bonnet of the King’s Horse Guards (factual; Stede-Bonnet rich ex-soldier, turned plantation owner becomes a pirate in the West Indies; eventually caught and hanged; artist not known) 289.
    
    
    
  • Pluck of Blind Tim, The (complete story; WW1 Home Front; blind boy using his ears to detect German bomber raiders; artist not known) 296.
  • Police# stories
    • see
    • Big Palooka, The (series character; WW2 army).
    • Black Wolf (series characters; Canadian themed story).
    • Bobby of Black Rock, The (series character; Western).
    • Calamity Chayne (series character; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; humorous).
    • Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North (series characters; Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
    • Logan of the Mounties (complete story; attempted robbery of a mining company payroll).
    • Police Hog Grunther (series character; humorous).
    • Redcoat Rogers (series characters; Canadian Mounted Police).
    • Red Star Robinson (series characters; crime adventure).
    • Scarlet Hawk (series character; sci-fi).
    • Secret of the Stones, The (Trooper Bill Hayes, Royal Canadian Mounted Police arresting Mookluk, an Eskimo, accused of murder; front / back cover story).
      
      
           
    • There's Death in Hoodoo Grove (complete story; Canadian lumberjacks / Royal Canadian Mounted Police adventure).
      
      
           
    • Two Faces of Danny Dixon, The (adventure; Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
    • X-Bow (series character; costumed crime fighter).
    • Young Redcoat (complete story; tale about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police).
    
    
    
  • Police Hog Grunther (series character; humorous; police; featuring Sergeant Battersby; Constable Berry; Grunter, a pig; artist not known) 1972.
  • Postman in the Outback (series character; Australian themed story; featuring John Conway; artist Bleach).
    • 810 - ?
    
    
    
  • Potts, Ernie (series character; WW2 School boy adventures; text) see Blitz Kids, The.
  • Power Game (factual; inside front and back covers of the annual; picture and brief information about powerful trains, planes and automobiles; artist not known) 1978.
    
    
    
  • Preston, Dave (series characters; sport; walking; text) see Road of a Thousand Blisters, The.
  • Price# of the Hotspur
    • 4 old pence 1 - ?.
    • 4½ old pence before 121.
    • 5 old pence before 269.
    • 3 new pence 626.
    
    
    
  • Pringle, Ossie (series character; humorous) see Ossie the Outlaw.
  • Puffing Billy of the Prairie (series characters; western; steam tractor engine; featuring Wally Widdop; Grandpa; artist Ted Rawlings; note – artist changed prior to 130 not known).
    • starts prior to 121 - ?
     
    
    
  • Purple Killers, The (series character; sci-fi; featuring Dave Underwood; artist not known).
    • 87 - ?
    .
    
    
    
  • Purple Planet, The (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Lofty Howe, Jim Ashton, Phil Lee; artist not known).
    • 6 – 20.
    
    
    
  • Pye in the Sky (complete story/series?; sport; pole vaulting; artist not known) 1970.
    
    
  • Q#
    
     
    
  • Q-Ship Campbell (factual; story of HMS Farnborough as a Q-Ship, WW1; artist Bevan) 283.
    
     
    
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  • Races of Lightning Logan (series character; sport; motorbike-racing; featuring Tom Logan; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 71 – 78.
    
    
    
  • Ragged Rovers, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Johnny Allan; Sandy Maxwell; Jed Milson; Renton Rovers; artist Bleach?)
    • starts prior to 267 – 267.
    
    
    
  • Railway Headlines, They Hit The (factual; drawings of eight British steam engines; artist Bevan?) 19.
  • Rainbow Boys, The (complete story about the railway navies; late 19th century; artist not known) 1970.
  • Rainer, Bob (series character; adventure) see Vengeance of the Incas.
  • Ramsay’s Troop (series character; Peninsular War; Royal Artillery; featuring Sergeant Johnny Brand; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 267 – 270.
    
    
    
  • Randall, Dick (series character; Britain invaded) see
  • Black hatchet, The.
  • Ransom, Jim (series character; WW2 army; police) see Big Palooka, The.
  • Razzle Dazzle Dawson – Camouflage Corporal (series character; WW2 Army; text; featuring Corporal Doug Dawson; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 121 – 130.
    
    
    
  • Red Circle School (series; school boy adventures; artist not known; each story is a complete story; featuring Tubby Ryan, Jim Stacey).
    • 9 - 10; no story in issue 11; 12; no story in issues 13 - 16; 17 - 28; 79 - ?;
    • 79 - ?
    • 1971 (story about Numb Ned; artist not known; text).
    
    
    
  • Red Deserts of Mars, The (series characters; sci-fi; featuring John Shannon; Hustler Hardy; artist not known).
    • 135 - ?
    
    
    
  • Red Feather (series character; western) see Red Feather.
  • Red Rock’s Shooting Star (complete story; western; a thief steals a Sheriff’s badge and does his job for him; artist not known) 84.
    
    
    
  • Red Terror in the Footlights (complete story; a 1903 theatre fire at the Iroquois Thetare, Chicago, USA; artist not known) 280.
    
    
    
  • Redcoat Rogers (series characters; Canadian Mounted Police; featuring Sergeant Ben Rogers; Constable Frank McNally; artist Bill Holroyd?)
    • 21 – 35; 150.
    • 1970 (same artist as series; featuring Constable Ben Rodgers).
    
    
    
  • Red Feather (series character; western; featuring Red Feather; artist same as Wondering Webbs?).
    • 88 - ?
    
    
    
  • Red Star Robinson (series characters; crime adventure; featuring Red Star Robinson; Mr.Syrius Thrice; artist Terry Patrick).
    • 520 - ?
    • 1972; 1978;
    
        
    
  • Reed, Slim (series character; present day western) see Rustlers From the Sky, The.
  • Return of the Fisters, The (series characters; sci-fi; featuring?; artist?).
    • starts prior to 650 - ?
    
    
    
  • Rickford’s Removers (series characters; WW1 or 2 Army?; featuring?; artist?;)
    • starts prior to 650 - ?
    
    
    
  • Rigg, “Iceberg” Bill (series character; WW2 RN; text) see Sea Fights of Iceberg Bill, The.
  • Riley, Rusty (series character; young boy’s stories on a farm, US) see Rusty Riley.
  • Ritchie (series character; sport; football) see Team of the Doomed, The.
  • Road of The Battles, The (series characters; WW2 school boy adventure; featuring Jimmy Wilson; Bill Watt; artist not known).
    • 32 – 46.
    
    
    
  • Road of a Thousand Blisters (series characters; sport; walking; text; featuring Dave Preston; artist Ian Kennedy?).
    • 52 – 71.
    
    
    
  • Robinson, Red Star (series character; crime adventure) see Red Star Robinson.
  • Robinson, Ricky (series character; text; sport; horse-jumping) see Over the Top – and the Best of Luck.
  • Robert Round-Up (factual; information about strange robots; artist not known) 1968.
  • Rodd, Ginger (series character; WW2 School boy adventure) see Ginger Rodd at Creepy Creek.
  • Rogers, Sergeant Ben (series character; Canadian Mounted Police) see Redcoat Rogers.
  • Roland the Paladin (series character; story set in the time of Charlemagne in the year 771; story of a beggar boy who means to become a great knight; featuring Roland; artist Chapman?)
    • 292 - ?
    
    
    
  • Robin Hood (series character; adventures of Robin Hood; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 139 - ?
    
    
    
  • Roll Up! Roll Up (complete story; advertising adventure; artist not known) 1970.
  • Ross, Sid (series character; sport; football referee) see What a Referee!
  • Rover, Ralph (series character; boy shipwrecked adventure) see Coral Island, The.
  • Rudd, Mark (series character; hunter, 1880’s; Africa) see Bullets of Rifleman Rudd, The.
  • Ruff, Captain “Ruthless” A.R. (series character; WW1 RFC) see Ruthless Ruff of the RFC.
    
    
    
  • Runaway Airship R33, The (complete story; factual; R33 British airship broke away from its moorings, 1925; artist not known) 236.
    
    
    
    
  • Rustlers From the Sky (series characters; present day western; featuring Slim Reed; artist not known, but same as Bandy?).
    • starts prior to 111 - ?
     
    
    
  • Rusty Riley (series character; young boy’s stories on a farm, Arkansas, US; featuring Rusty Riley; artist not known).
    • 21 - 31 (first series).
    • 80 - 85 (second series).
    
    
    
  • Ruthless Ruff of the RFC (series character; WW1 RFC; featuring Captain A.R. “Ruthless” Ruff; various artists).
    • 156 - 172 (artist Bevan).
    • 271 - 277 (second series; artist not known).
    
    
    
    
  • Ryan, Tubby (series character; school boy stories) see Red Circle School.
    
    
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  • Sailing Speedsters of the Seas (factual; nine fast sailing ships; artist not known/Bevan?) 3.
  • Sailor With Soot Stains, The (1810 Royal Navy story; complete story; featuring Jim Collins; artist not known).
  • Salter, Flight-Lieutenant Sam (series character; adventure helicopter weather crew) see Hurricane Watch, The.
    
    
    
  • Sampson, Bill(series character; secret service; North-West Frontier) see Wolf of Kabul.
    
    
    
  • Sandy (series character; sci-fi; humorous) see Mister Egz From Mars.
  • Santa Claus Was Out of Luck (factual stories about unfortunate Santa Claus; artist not known) 1986.
  • Saunders of the Q-Ships (complete story; WW1 RN; sinking of a German submarine; artist not known) 243.
  • Scarlet Hawk (series character; sci-fi; police; featuring The Scarlet Hawk; artist Bevan and others).
    • ? - ?
    • 1978
    
    
    
  • Scarlet Javelins, The (series characters; adventure; featuring Jack Trent; artist Patrick).
    • 269 – 274.
    
    
    
    
  • School# Boy Stories
    • Ginger Rodd at Creepy Creek (WW2 Schoolboy adventure; series character).
    • Invisible Dick (series characters; text.
    • Johnny Jones at School (series character).
    • Lost Legends (series; complete stories each issue about strange customs and legends of schools throughout Britain; artist Wandering Webbs?)
      
      
          
    • Red Circle School (series; complete story each week).
    • Road of The Battles, The (series characters; WW2 school boy adventure).
    • School of the Assegai, The (series characters; South Africa 1878, during the Zulu war).
    • Secret Eater of St. Mike’s, The (series character; text; humorous).
    • Two-Ton Tim (series; humorous) see Two-Ton Tim.
    • We’ve a Prince at Our School (series characters; humorous).
    • Wily Watkins (series characters; humour).
    
    
    
  • School in the Fens (series characters; days after 1066, England; featuring Harold and Cedric Chatteris; Sir Hereward; Murt; artist Chapman?)
    • 235 – 243.
    
    
    
  • School for Miners (series characters; present day mining / mystery, Wales; featuring Idwal Jones; artist Chapman?)
    • 286 – 295.
    
    
    
  • School of the Assegai, The (series characters; schoolboy adventure; South Africa 1878, during the Zulu war; featuring Matt Dixon; artist not known).
    • 173 - ?
     
    
    
  • Scotty (series character; WW2 RAF plane recovery team) see Lost Planes Found.
  • Sea Fights of Iceberg Bill, The (series characters; WW2 RN; text; featuring “Iceberg” Bill Rigg; artist Sturrock).
    • starts prior to 183 - ?
    
    
    
    
  • Sea-Going Airfields (factual; six aircraft carriers from WW1 to late 1950’s; artist Bevan?) 10.
  • Search For The City of Fire (series characters; text; adventure; featuring Chick Foster; Paulo, a guide; artist Sturrock).
    • starts prior to 121 - ?
     
    
    
  • Secret Eater of St. Mike’s, The (series character; text; school boy adventure; humorous; featuring Matt Crannis; artist Sturrock).
    • 240 - .
     
    
    
  • Secret Flyer, The (series characters; WW2 RAF / French Resistance; featuring Pilot Officer Nick Waring; artist Kennedy?)
    • starts prior to 267 to ?
    • note - see also I Fought in the Battle of Britain series.
    
    
    
  • Secret of the Skipjack (buying of the tramp steamer Skipjack; text; adventure; artist not known). 1966.
  • Secret Voice of Martin Boyce, The (WW2 RN; secret service; series character; featuring Martin Boyce; artist not known).
    • 59 - ?
    
    
    
  • See How They’ve Changed (factual; past and present ship types; artist Bevan?) 18.
  • Secret# Service stories
    • Secret Voice of Martin Boyce, The.
    • Wolf of Kabul (series characters; North-West Frontier).
    • Zigimar – Master Spy (series character; WW1 secret agent.
  • Seek and save on Purple Peak (complete story; RAF Mountain Rescue Service; artist not known)1971. (see also Tools of the Seek-and-Save Trade).
  • Send For Hazard (adventure story; complete or series? World wide rescues; artist Patrick) 1972.
  • Sergeant of the Ironfists (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Sergeant Doyle; artist not known).
    • 48 - ?
    
    
    
  • Sergeant Moss of Mafeking (series character; Boer War, South Africa; featuring Sergeant Bert Moss; artist Ted Rawlings).
    • 269 – 278.
    
    
    
    
  • Sci-fi# stories see
    • After the Six Big Bangs (complete story; last man in New York after six nuclear bombs exploded there).
    • Beetles of Doom, The (series characters).
    • Crimson Comet, The (series characters).
    • Do You Believe in Spies From Space? (complete story).
    • Hot Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The (series characters).
    • Last School, The (series characters).
    • Mister Egz From Mars (series characters; humorous).
    • Purple Planet, The (series characters).
    • Purple Killers, The (series character).
    • Red Deserts of Mars, The (series characters).
    • Return of the Fisters, The (series characters).
    • Scarlet Hawk (series character; police).
    • Spy in the Sputnik, The (series character).
    
    
    
  • Scott, Mick (series character; Royal Canadian Mounted Police) see Courage of Karak, The : A Dog of the North.
  • Scruffy (series character; school boy adventures; humour; featuring Scruffy; artist not known) (note – train story 45; note – doesn’t appear in all issues).
    • 1 - ? [character still appearing in comic as of 229].
    • 1966; 1967; 1968; 1971; 1972;
    
    
    
  • Scruffy's Guide to Surfing (humorous; artist not known, but same as Scruffy strip) 1966.
  • Sea Has Sixteen Secrets (series characters; artist not known; featuring ).
      ? - 399.
    
     
     
     
    
    
  • Secret# Service stories see
    • Secret Voice of Martin Boyce, The (WW2 RN; series).
    • Vengeance Comes Unseen (series characters; WW2).
    
    
    
  • Shackleton: Trailblazer of the Antarctic (factual; his adventures in Antarctic; artist Watson?) 1966.
  • Shampore, Prince of (series character; school boy adventure; humorous) see We’ve a Prince at Our School.
    
    
    
  • Shannon, John (series character; sci-fi) see Red Deserts of Mars, The.
  • Shavepate, Peter (series character; medieval archers) see Green Archers, The.
  • Ship Shapes Seen Around Our Harbours (factual; inside front and back covers; artist Bevan?) 1972.
  • Ship That Ate Torpedoes, The (factual; WW1 RN; a British merchant ship SS Hyderabadwith a flat bottom avoids being sunk; artist not known) 276.
    
    
    
  • Ships of the Desert, The (complete story; Ancient Egypt; destroying a fleet of Hyksos by taking ships across the desert; artist not known) 290.
    
    
    
  • Skyscraper Kidd (complete story or series character?; artist not known) 1978.
  • Sign They Dread, The (series characters; Roman gladiators; featuring Actus; Spartacus; artist not known).
    • 29 – 35.
    
    
    
  • Simpson Family (series characters; adventure; China Sea) see Old Ever Ready.
  • Sky Pirates of the Unknown Island (series; flying adventure featuring Nemo; Errol Clint; artist not known).
    • 59 - ?
    
    
    
  • Slade of the Fighting 81st (WW2 Army tank; complete story; artist not known) 222.
  • Smiling, Slamming Sammy (factual; biography of the British boxer; artist Bevan?) 171.
  • Smith, Charlie (Cha Cha) (series character; humorous; music) see Cha Cha Charlie.
  • Smith, Harry (series character; humorous) see Flash Harry.
  • Smith, Ron (artist) see Artists.
  • Snappy Wanderers, The (series character?; text; western; featuring Lord William Sykes; artist Ron Smith?).
    • 43 – 58. (note no episode in issues 46, 52, 53).
    
    
    
  • Snead, Cyrus (series character; text; sport; swimming; Olympics) see Son of the Shark.
  • Soap-Box Special, The (series character; sport; soap-box car racing; text; featuring Andy Taylor; artist Ron Smith?).
    • 1 – 12.
    • 278 – 296. RP?
    
    
    
  • Softy Hardy (complete story; school boy adventure; the bookworm who packed a wallop; artist not known) 5.
  • Sokamota (series character; text; sport; swimming; Olympics) see Son of the Shark.
  • Son of the Shark (series character; text; sport; swimming; Olympics; featuring Sokamota; Cyrus Snead; artist not known).
    • 43 – 51.
    
    
    
    
  • Spartacus (series; Roman gladiator) see Sign They Dread, The.
  • Speedster of the Pampas, The (series character; sport; motor-racing; featuring Pablo Tomas; artist not known).
    • starts 130? - ?
    
            
    
    
  • Speedsters of the Sea (factual; fast powered war and civilian boats; artist Bevan?) 1.
  • Spicer Street Gang (series; WW2 school boy adventures) see Blitz Kids, The.
  • Spit and Polish Won’t Fight Fires (series; fire-fighting; text; complete stories?; A Front-line Fireman story).
    • 111.
    
    
    
    
  • Sport## see
    • Battler From the Back Streets, The (series character; boxing).
    • Battling Benny (series character; boxing).
    • Biffalo Bill (series character; football).
    • Bluey Benson’s Boxers (series characters; boxing).
    • Boy Who Sings to Horses, The (series character; horse-racing).
    • Brampton Keys, The (series characters; football).
    • Briggs, Bernard (series character).
    • Cast, Hook and Strike (series characters; sport; fishing).
    • Chained to His Bat (series characters; sport; cricket).
    • Boyd, Danny (series character; sport; golf) see Danny Boyd – Golf Star in the Making.
    • Down With Football! (the school where football was played by mistake; complete story).
      
      
          
    • Dozy Danny (football).
    • Eight Little Biggar Boys (complete story; tug-of-war team).
    • End of the World, The (series characters; cricket).
    • Fister Flint – Sparrow-Weight Champion (series characters; boxing).
    • Goal-Scoring Goalkeeper, The (factual; football funny facts).
    • Haddie (series character; football).
    • Handsome Harry (series character; boxing).
    • Hotshot Hawkins (series character; football).
    • How Can Jumps be 6 foot too Soon? (complete story; running).
    • Hurricane Hutch (series characters; football).
    • Jim’s Gym (series character; humour).
    • Johnny Flite – The Flying Postman (series character; running).
    • Kid at Barefist Camp, The (series character; bare-fist boxing).
    • Kid in Cauliflower Alley, The (series character; boxing).
    • Limp Along Leslie (series character; football).
    • Lost Goals of Larry Linton (complete story; sport).
    • Mick Mason – The Kid on the Grid (series character; motor-racing).
    • Mike Ryan (series character? complete story?; show horse jumping).
    • Nine-Minute Nelson (series character; boxing).
    • Over the Top – and the Best of Luck (series characters; horse-jumping).
    • Pye in the Sky (complete story/series?; sport; pole vaulting).
    • Races of Lightning Logan (series character; motorbike-racing).
    • Ragged Rovers, The (series characters; football; Renton Rovers).
    • Road of a Thousand Blisters (series character; text; walking).
    • Soap-Box Special, The (series character; soap-box car racing).
    • Son of the Shark (series character; text; swimming; Olympics).
    • Speedster of the Pampas, The (series character; motor-racing).
    • Team of the Doomed, The (series characters; football).
    • United Alley (humorous; football).
    • What a Referee! (series character; football).
    • Wrecker Rugg (sport; shot put; complete story; artist not known).
    • Yellow Jersey, The (series characters; cycling).
    
    
    
  • Spy in the Sputnik, The (series character; sci-fi; featuring Professor Gregory; artist Kennedy).
    • starts prior to 155 - ?
    
     
    
  • Stacey, Jim (series; school boy stories) see Red Circle School.
  • Staines, Professor Robert (series character; Pacific adventure) see Idol That Laughs, The.
  • Steel, Bobby (series character; WW2 home front school boy adventure) see Front Line Kid, The.
  • Stone Frigate, The (series characters; peace-time RN; featuring Andy Wilson see Tall Tower, The.
    
    
    
  • Stone Warship, The (series characters; WW2 RN; featuring Sammy Griggs, sea cadet; artwork by Wandering Webbs?)
    • starts prior to 183 - ?
     
    
    
  • Stratton, Doc Hot (series characters; sci-fi) see Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The.
  • Stubbs, Johnny (series character; sport; horse-racing) see Boy Who Sings to Horses, The.
  • Submarine Hunters (factual; inside front cover; artist Bevan) 1971.
  • Sudden Death on Runway One (WW2 RAF; complete story; artist Bleach?) 224.
  • Sword, Lieutenant George (series character; WW1 tank; text) see Willie the Conk.
  • Sword of the Malmaynes, The (series; story about Malmaynes family; anthology of stories; artist Chapman?).
    • 47 – 58.
    
    
    
  • Sword of Camulos (series characters; ancient Britain; featuring King Caradoc; Berin; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 267 – 268.
    
    
    
  • Swords of the Seven Hundred (series characters; English Civil War; Cavaliers; featuring Matthew Collins; artist not known).
    • 38 – 45.
    
    
    
    
  • Sykes, Dicky (series character; roller-skating; text) see Wheels on His Heels.
  • Sykes, Lord William (series character; western; text) see Snappy Wanderers, The.
    
    
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  • Taggart, John (series character; sport; cricket) see Chained to His Bat.
  • Tall Tales of Blowhard the Brave, The (series character; WW2 Army; featuring Privates Bill Benton; Shorty Ford; artist not known).
    • 224 – 233.
    
    
    
  • Tall Tower, The (series characters; peace time RN; featuring Andy Wilson; Pedlar Palmer; artist Chapman?)
    • 233 - ? (see also first series – Boys of the Big Mast, The; training to be a sailor).
    • starts prior to 267 – 268; 294 (story entitled The Stone Frigate).
     
     
    
  • Taming of the Texas Terror (complete story; western; a school teacher tames an unruly boy; artist not known) 55.
    
    
    
  • Tartan Tigers, The (factual; story of Britain’s war with France in America, 1758; following Grant Mackenzie’s adventures; artist not known) 1968.
    
    
    
  • Tasman Tiger, The (complete story; Australian themed story; factual?; artist not known; 18th century) 1971.
  • Taylor, Andy (series character; sport; soap-box car racing) see Soap-Box Special, The.
  • Tec Was Twelve Feet Tall, The (complete story; circus stilt walker catching a criminal; artist not known) 18.
  • Team of the Doomed, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Ritchie; Radwick Rovers; artist Vandeput).
    • 275 – 292.
    
    
    
  • Ten Thousand Miles on Horseback (factual; journey from Buenos Aires to Washington D.C. by horse; 1925; Swiss teacher A.F. Tschiffely; artist not known) 1967.
     
    
    
  • Ten Thousand Years Ago (series characters; stone-age?; featuring Greb; artist Smith?).
    • 229 – 237.
    
    
    
  • Ten-Year Treasure Hunt, The (factual; searching for gold and silver sunk in S.S. Egypt, May 1922; artist Bevan) 269.
    
    
    
  • Terror or the Creeping Tide, The (WW2 RAF 1959; civilian saving the life of a pilot who landed in mud; artist Bleach) 234.
    
    
    
  • Terror of Orchard Lane (complete story; WW2 Home Front, bomb disposal; dangerous/friendly dog; artist Bleach) 231.
    
    
    
  • Terror at Tank Three (factual; fire-fighting; extinguishing a tank of naptha liquid that had caught fire; southern England, 1960’s?; artist Bevan) 272.
     
    
    
  • Terror on the Tall Timbers, The (Frank Kitchener, private detective with a railway line tackles the Wabash Gang, who have been robbing the trains; complete story; western; artist Patrick) 274.
    
    
    
  • Texas Rangers, The (complete story; factual?; story of Captain West dealing with Indian uprising near San Antonio, USA in 1840; artist not known) 282.
    
    
    
    
  • text## stories (note one or two illustrations accompanied each weeks text story. A large half-page picture at the beginning of each story and a smaller illustration on the second or third page). see
    • Automobile Anderson (complete story; humorous).
    • Big Job for the Little ‘Un, A (WW2 RN; complete page story).
    • Boy From the Back o’ Beyond, The (series characters; boy adventure in the Australian Outback).
    • Black Skuas Came Screaming, The (series characters; giant birds; flying).
    • Blitz Kids, The (series characters; WW2 school boy adventures).
    • Bubblegum Johnson (complete story; Canadian adventure).
    • Danny Dixon’s Lazy, Crazy Railway (series characters; humorous).
    • Danny the Drover (series characters; cattle droving 18th century England).
    • Deep-Sea Delaney (series character; underwater).
    • Desperate Dan, The Boyhood of (humour).
    • Dozy Danny (series character; sport; football; note also picture stories).
    • Front Line Kid, The (series character; WW2 home front school boy adventure).
    • Fury – The Story of a Dartmoor Pony (adventure).
    • Gun Doctor, The (western; complete story).
    • Gunmaster, The (series character; western).
    • Invisible Dick (series character).
    • Jim Masterson – Waggon Train Boss (series characters; western).
    • Joxer – The Wonder Dog (series character).
    • Jungle Fighters From the Iron Wasp, The (post WW2 army; complete story).
    • Kipper Feet (series character; humorous; story about a seal).
    • Kit Carson (series character; western).
    • Lonely Larry, Castaway (series character; adventure).
    • Longbow (series character; American West).
    • Lucky Lawson – Super Showman (series character; humorous).
    • Making of a Bowman (complete story).
    • Man With the Hammer (series characters; WW2 Army).
    • Motor Car is Worth a Million, This (robbery; text; complete story).
    • Over the Top – and the Best of Luck (series characters; sport; horse-jumping).
    • Pancake Panton (series character; humorous; stories about the Fire Brigade).
    • Razzle Dazzle Dawson – Camouflage Corporal (series character; WW2 Army).
    • Red Circle School (series characters; school boy adventures).
    • Road of a Thousand Blisters (series character; sport; walking).
    • Sea Fights of Iceberg Bill, The (series characters; WW2 RN).
    • Search For The City of Fire (series characters; adventure).
    • Secret Eater of St. Mike’s, The (series character; school boy adventure; humorous).
    • Secret of the Skipjack (buying of the tramp steamer Skipjack; text; adventure).
    • Snappy Wanderers, The (series characters; western).
    • Soap-Box Special (series character; sport; soap-box car racing).
    • Son of the Shark (series character; present day adventure).
    • Spit and Polish Won’t Fight Fires (series; fire-fighting; complete stories?).
    • Thirty-Seater Crook-Catcher, The (bus driver preventing a kidnap).
    • Trail of the Pink Pancake, The (humorous; complete story; potty botanists in Africa looking for a tree).
      
      
          
    • Wandering Wilbur – cripes! His Horse has Stripes (series character; adventure story set in America).
    • Wheels on His Heels (series character; roller skating).
    • When the Wreckers Went to War (complete story; fishermen of Tregarren teach the German navy a lesson).
      
      
          
    • Willie the Conk (series character; WW1 tank).
    • Worst Man in the West, The (series character; western).
    • Young Blondin (series character; fictional stories about the boyhood of Blondin, a famous tightrope walker).
    
    
    
  • There's Death in Hoodoo Grove (complete story; Canadian lumberjacks / Royal Canadian Mounted Police adventure; artist not known) 291.
    
     
    
  • They Sought the Jewel of Death (complete; African adventure about stealing a jewel; artist not known) 20.
  • They Won’t Get Our Gunbus (factual; WW1 RFC; C.S.M. Insall & T.H. Donald; Western Front, 1917; ensuring their plane was captured by the Germans; a Hotspur True life adventure; artist Bevan) 290.
    
    
    
    
  • Thirteen Trails to Danger (series character; western; featuring Steve Dalton; Bandy Bain; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 133 - ?
    
    
    
  • Thirty-Seater Crook-Catcher, The (complete story; bus driver preventing a kidnap; artist not known) 44.
  • This Dog is Dynamite (complete story; NW Canada; artist not known) 130.
  • Thorne, Jim (series character; sci-fi) see Beetles of Doom, The.
  • Tools of the Seek-and-Save Trade (factual; tools used in mountain rescues) 1971.
  • Three Hat Harrison (WW2 Army; RN; RAF; complete story; artist Bleach?) 226.
  • Three Times They Dared the Storm (complete story; action with the Life Saving Brigade, attempting to save a ship and her crew during a storm; artist not known) 287.
    
    
    
  • Thrice, Mr. (series character; crime adventure) see Red Star Robinson.
  • Thunder Chief (series character; western) see Beacon is Lit, The.
  • Tim (series character; humorous; school boy stories) see Two-Ton Tim.
  • Tim Tyler and the Mole Men (series characters; S. American adventure underground; featuring Tim Tyler; Spud Johnson; artist not known).
    • 32- 37.
    
    
    
  • Tipton, Benny (series character; sport; boxing) see Battling Benny.
  • Tom Horn – The Tall Texan (complete story; western; Horn tackles the Matt Rush rustlers gang; artist not known) 294.
    
    
    
  • Tom-on-the-Run (series; orphan boy’s adventures in North Wales; featuring Tom-on-the-Run; artist Ted Rawlings).
    • starts prior to 80 – 82.
    
    
    
  • Tomas, Pablo (series character; sport; motor-racing) see Speedster of the Pampas, The.
  • Tomson, Leslie (series character; sport; football) see Limp Along Leslie.
  • Tony Martin – Stunt Man (series Character; film stunt man; featuring Tony Martin; artist Ted Rawlings).
    • 32 – 47.
    
    
    
  • Top Plane Parade (factual; six passenger planes; artist not known) 80.
  • Tough on the Sunset Trail, It’s (series characters; western; featuring Pa, Ma, the twins, Jack Laker and Grandpa; artist Ted Rawlings).
  • starts prior to 220 – 236.
    
    
    
  • Town With The Badger Badge, The (factual; Arms of British cities and towns; artist not known) 19.
  • Trail of the Pink Pancake, The (humorous; text; complete story; potty botanists in Africa looking for a tree; artist Ted Rawlings) 1966.
    
    
    
  • Trail of the Ten Rockets, The (series characters; adventure; featuring Dinkum Daly; Major Kinross; Sergeant Alf Jones; Australian story; artist Smith?).
    • 86 - ?
    
    
    
  • Traille, Gordon Hot (series characters; sci-fi) see Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The.
  • Trapped in the Cave of Terror (factual; true-life adventure; the Davis family trapped in a cave in Cambourne, Cornwall; artist not known) 239.
    
    
    
  • Trent, Jack (series character; adventure; giant, dangerous cacti species Demon Chola from Chile) see Scarlet Javelins, The.
  • True Life Adventure Stories (factual; complete one issue stories; artist not known).
    • No.1 The Sun Switched off the Light (the story of Gustav Dalen and the lighted buoy) 130.
    • No.3 - Very First Bird Man, The (story of Jean Le Bris, the Breton who flew a model bird; artist not known) 133.
      
      
          
    • Prisoner in the High Peaks (USAF pilot Dave Steeves on a training flight ejected in High Sierra Mountains; surviving almost four weeks in the wildness; artist not known) 273.
    • Terror at Tank Three (factual; fire-fighting; extinguishing a tank of naptha liquid that had caught fire; southern England, 1960’s?; artist Bevan) 272.
    
    
    
  • True-Life Nature series (series character; featuring Billy Freeman; artist not known).
    • 61 - ?
    
    
    
    
  • True Life Stories (series; factual; real-life headline stories; artist Bevan?).
    • No. 1 – The North Carr Rescue, 8th December, 1959.
    • no story in issues 2,
      
    
    
  • Try It on the Dogg (series characters; WW2 Army tank; featuring Sergeant Dogg; Captain Field; Privates Dusty Rhodes; Joe Splice; Percy Stubbs; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 100 - ?
    
    
    
  • Turner, Peter (series character; investigating a Stone Age land) see Mick’s Trail to the Stone Age.
  • Turner, Skinny (series character; WW2 School boy adventures; text) see Blitz Kids, The.
  • T.V. Tommy (complete story; adventure featuring Tommy Hunter, television message boy; artist not known) 297.
    
    
    
  • Twelve Keys of Courage (series character; mid-18th century adventure; searching for twelve keys; featuring Peter Blake; artist Ron Smith?).
    • 1 - ?
    
    
    
  • Twenty Eight Days to Darwin (factual; flight from England to Australia 1919; a Hotspur true life adventure; artist Bevan) 287.
    
    
    
  • Two Faces of Danny Dixon (series characters; western; Canadian themed story; featuring Danny Dixon; adventure helping to prevent a war; artist not known).
    • 36 – 45.
    
    
        
  • Two Hundred Ton Torpedo, The (factual; 20th Nov. 1819, Capt. Pollard of the Essex had to fight a hugh whale which rammed his ship several times and sank it; artist not known) 240.
    
    
    
  • Two Men in a Boat (factual; epic voyage of the world’s smallest trans-Atlantic ship, 1897; Hotspur True Life Adventure; artist Bevan) 287.
    
    
        
  • Two Tigers of Tashgar, The (complete story; the killing of two tigers terrorising a Northern Indian village; artist Wondering Webbs?) 283.
     
    
    
  • Two-Ton Tim (series character; humorous; schoolboy adventure; featuring Tim; artist not known).
    • 38 – 48; 53.
    • 1968 (artist same as series? Bill Holroyd?
    
    
    
  • Tyler, Tim (series character; S. American adventure) see Tim Tyler and the Mole Men.
    
    
  • U# / V#
    
    
    
  • Ulf (series character; mid 15th Century) see Wolftaker, The.
  • Underwood, Dave (series character; sci-fi) see Purple Killers, The.
  • Union Jack Jackson (WW2 Army; series characters; featuring Royal Marine ?; US Marine Sergeant Lonnegan; US Marine G.I. O’Bannion; artist not known; note this series was also published in the Hotspur text comic and in The Victor and The Warlord and possibly other Thomson comics).
    • starts prior to 121 - ?
    
    
    
  • United Alley (series character; humorous; sport; football; featuring Alf Higgins; artist not known; story printed on pink paper as part of the annual football special section) 1972.
  • Up to His Neck – in Coal! (factual; true story about firefighter Johnson saving a man’s life in a boiler full of coal; artist Holroyd).
  • Vandusen, Professor Paul W. (series character; Big-fish hunters) see Barrier Rat, The.
  • Vengeance Comes Unseen (series characters; WW2 secret service; featuring Mark Arabin, a scientist; Frank Wylie, Royal Navy engineer; Captain Peter Kingswood, a British Intelligence Officer; artist Terry Patrick).
    • 412 - 425.
    
    
    
  • Vengeance of the Incas (series characters; present day Inca invasion in Bolivia; featuring Bob Rainer; Cuz; artist slim?)
    • 47 – 58.
    
    
    
  • Viva Puff and Reddy (complete story or characters; artist not known) 1978.
  • Voyage of No Return (factual; 1837 the Royal Navy dealing with an American rebel ship running gun, eventually sailed it over the Niagara Falls; artist not known) 241.
    
    
    
     
    
    
    
  • W#
    
    
    
  • Walker, Bandy (series character; western).
  • Walker, Lieutenant Jack (series character; WW1 RFC) see Walker of the Royal Flying Corps.
    
    
    
  • Walker of the Royal Flying Corps (series character; WW1 RFC; featuring Lieutenant Jack Walker; artist Patrick).
    • 287 - ?
    • 320 - ?
    • 1968.
    
    
    
  • Wandsworth Warehouse Rescue, The (factual; true story of 1930’s fire brigade story; Joe Jacobs; artist Bevan) 231.
    
    
    
  • Waltzing Winner, The (complete story; western; a horse that danced to music; artist not known) 84.
  • Wandering Wilbur – cripes! His Horse has Stripes (series character; text; adventure story set in America; featuring Wilbur Willcox; Zeke, his Zebra; artist Ted Rawlings).
    • 87 - ?
    
    
    
  • War Birds : The Fighting Planes of World War Two (factual; artist not known) 1005.
  • Warden, Jesse (series characters; sci-fi) see Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The.
  • Waring, Pilot Officer Nick (series character; WW2 RAF / Resistance) see Secret Flyer, The and I Fought in the Battle of Britain.
    
    
    
  • Warrior Weekly (series character; WW1 Army; newspaper writer for the Warrior Weekly; featuring Private Ben Benson; artist not known).
    • 244 - ?
    
    
    
  • Watkins, Wily (series character; school boy adventures; humour) see Wily Watkins.
  • Watson, Lance-Corporal Joe (series characters; WW2 Army; text) see Man With the Hammer, The.
  • Watson, Sub-Lieutenant Joe (series character; WW2 RAF; Air-Sea Rescue) see Bill Bass of Bomb Alley.
  • Watt, Bill (series character; WW2 school boy adventure) see Road of The Battles, The.
  • We’ve a Prince at Our School (series characters; school boy adventures; featuring Prince of Shampore; artist not known).
    • 141 - ?
    
    
    
    
  • Webb, Don (series character; school boy adventures) see Wondering, Wandering Webbs, The.
  • Webb, Ted (series character; school boy adventures) see Wondering, Wandering Webbs, The.
  • Western# stories see
    • see also Front Stories of the Hotspur.
    • Bandy Walker (series character).
    • Bobby of Black Rock, The (series character; British policeman in the old west).
    • Beacon is Lit, The (series character).
    • Boyhood of Deadwood Dick, The (series character).
    • Buffalo Jones (western in Africa; complete story.
    • Charge of the Redskin Lancers (complete story; U.S. Cavalry.
    • Dakota Jim (series character).
    • Daredevil Dan – The whirlwind Horseman (complete story).
    • Dynamite Jim (complete story; explosives expert; story set in Mexico).
    • Fighting Barber of Six Trails, The (series character).
    • Front/back cover stories (factual stories from the old west).
    • Gunmaster, The (series character).
    • Gun Doctor, The (western; text; complete story).
    • Guns of Famous Gunmen, The (factual).
    • Hungary Hank (series characters; humorous).
    • Jim Masterson – Waggon Train Boss (series characters; text).
    • Kit Carson (series character; text).
    • Longbow (series character).
    • Mulligan’s Mules (series characters; humorous).
    • Mustangers, The (complete story).
    • Pepperpot Kid, The (complete story).
    • Puffing Billy of the Prairie (series characters; steam tractor engine).
    • Red Feather (series character).
    • Red Rock’s Shooting Star (complete story).
    • Rustlers From the Sky (series characters; present day western).
    • Snappy Wanderers, The (series characters; text).
    • Taming of the Texas Terror (complete story; a school teacher tames an unruly boy; artist not known).
    • Terror on the Tall Timbers, The (Frank Kitchener, private detective with a railway line tackles the Wabash Gang, who have been robbing the trains).
      
      
            
    • Thirteen Trails to Danger (series character; western).
    • Tom Horn – The Tall Texan (complete story; Horn tackles the Matt Rush rustlers gang).
      
      
            
    • Tough on the Sunset Trail, It’s (series characters; western).
    • Two Faces of Danny Dixon (series characters; Canadian themed story).
    • Waltzing Winner, The (complete story; a horse that danced to music).
    • Wild Bill Hickock, The Boyhood of (series character).
    • Worst Man in the West (series character; text).
    
    
    
  • What a Plight for a Pantry Boy (complete story; the Yokohama Earthquake, 1923 China; artist Patrick) 275.
    
    
    
  • What Am I Doing in the Dragoons? (Peninsular War, early 19th century; featuring Private Grisdale; artist not known; true story?).
    
    
    
  • What a Referee! (series character; sport; football; featuring Sid Ross; artists Bleach and Vandeput).
    • starts 346 - 354 (artist Bleach).
    • 1968 (artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • What a Sett of Terrors (complete story about badgers; artist not known) 84.
  • What’s the Catch? (factual; fishing information) 1978.
  • Wheels on His Heels (series character; roller-skating; text; featuring Dicky Sykes; artist Smith?).
    • starts prior to 80 – 86.
    
    
    
  • When the Dykes Went Down (factual; story of Sir Richard Mortimer trying to relieve a Dutch town of Leyden from the Spandiards, blew up some dykes and flooded the Spanish force; artist not known) 283.
    
    
    
  • When the Wreckers Went to War (complete story; text; fishermen of Tregarren teach the German navy a lesson; artist not known) 1967.
    
    
    
  • Where Shepherds Wear Stilts (factual; information about shepherds around the world; artist not known) 3.
  • White Tigers of Mysore, The (army; India 19th century; complete story; artist not known) 1970.
  • Who Will Win the Golden Arrow? (complete story; middle ages archery adventure; artist not known) 6.
  • Why Did the Black Dog Howl? (factual; dog anticipating a dam breaking by howling; America, 1889; artist not known) 272.
    
    
    
  • Widdop, Wally (series character; western; steam tractor engine) see Puffing Billy of the Prairie.
    
    
    
  • Wild Bill Hickock, The Boyhood of (series character; western; featuring Bill Hickock; artist Smith).
    • 295 - ?
    
    
    
    
  • Willcox, Wilbur (series character; text) see Wandering Wilbur – cripes! His Horse has Stripes.
  • Williams, Ken (series character; investigating a Stone Age land) see Mick’s Trail to the Stone Age.
  • Wilson, Andy (series character; peace time RN) see Tall Tower, The.
  • Wilson, Barry (series character; Australian themed story; adventure) see Wilsons on the Wallaroo, The.
  • Wilson, Danny (series character; 18th century cattle droving, England) see Danny the Drover.
  • Wilson, Don (series character; Australian themed story; adventure) see Wilsons on the Wallaroo, The.
  • Wilson, Jimmy (series character; WW2 school boy adventure) see Road of The Battles, The.
  • Wilsons on the Wallaroo, The (series characters; Australian themed story; adventure; featuring Don and Barry Wilson; artist Bleach).
    • 228 – 235.
    
    
    
  • Wilson’s Totem Tests (complete story or series?; artist not known) 1978.
  • Willie the Conk (series character; WW1 tank; text; featuring Lieutenant George Sword; artist Sturrock?).
    • 157 - ?
     
    
    
  • Wily Watkins (series characters; school boy adventures; humour; featuring Wily Watkins; Corker; Boodle; artist same as Wondering Webbs?).
    • starts prior to 71 – 77.
    
    
     
    
  • Wings of War (factual; nine jet powered warplanes which fly faster than sound; artist Bevan?) 2.
  • Winter Speed Sports (factual; artist Bevan?) 13.
  • Winton, Sir Frederick (series character; orpaned boys in 1840’s) see Lost Boys of the Hungry 40’s.
  • Wishbone Wuzzy (series character; humorous; wizard; feauring Wishbone Wuzzy; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 81 - ?
    
    
    
  • Wolf of Kabul, The (series characters; secret service; North-West Frontier; featuring Bill Sampson; Chung; artist not known; note that this series was also published in the Hotspur text paper, The Victor and possibly other Thomson comics).
    • ? – 111.
    • second series starts prior to 121 - ?; (no story in 133; 134)
    • 135 - ? 135; 139; 141; (artist Chapman?)
    • 168; 170;
    • 220 - 229 (title – The War Gong of Kashgar; artist not known).
    • 270 (artist Vandeput); 285 (artist not known); (complete stories) RP?
    • 1966 (artist not known).
    • 1967 (artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Wolftaker, The (series character; mid 15th century; hunting down packs of wolves; featuring Ulf, the Wolftaker; artist Ted Rawlings).
    • 279 – 286.
    
    
    
  • Wondering, Wandering Webbs, The (series characters; school boy adventures; Australia; featuring Don Webb; Ted Webb; artist Allan Morley/Fred Kay?).
    • 1 – 17.
    
    
    
  • World Cup Capers (factual; stories about the Football World Cup over the years; artist not known) 1986.
  • World’s Fastest Fighting Ships, The (factual; British, American and other nationalities fastest ships WW2 to late 1950’s; artist Bevan?) 7.
    
    
        
  • World’s Greatest Crackshot? (story of Ad Topperwein, an American who is one of the greatest crackshots ever to live; artist not known) 155.
    
    
    
    
  • World’s Greatest Horsemen (factual).
    • No.1 – Painted Riders of the Plains (artist not known).
    • No.2 The Cossacks (artist Bevan) 43.
    • No.3 Winged Riders of the Pampas (Gauchos; artist Bevan?) 44.
    • No.4 Asia’s Demon Archers (Parthians; artist not known) 47.
    • No.5 Menance of the Mongols, The (artist not known) 48.
    • No.6 Texas Rangers, They’re Tough in the (artist not known).
    • No.7 Cortes and His Iron Men (artist not known).
    • No.8 Cromwell’s Ironsides (artist not known).
    • No.9 Dread Dragoons, Here They Come (artist not known).
    
    
    
  • World War One# stories see
    • Grant’s Grenades (series characters; WW1 Army).
    • Lost Regiment, The (WW1 Army; complete story; Flanders; defending a hill).
    • Ruthless Ruff of the RFC (series character; WW1 RFC).
    • Saunders of the Q-Ships (complete story; WW1 RN; sinking of a German submarine).
    • Walker of the Royal Flying Corps (series character; WW1 RFC).
    • Warrior Weekly (series character; WW1 Army; newspaper writer for the Warrior Weekly).
    • Willie the Conk (series character; WW1 tank).
    • Zigimar – Master Spy (series character; WW1 secret agent).
    
    
    
  • World War Two (series; WW2 Army; featuring Corporal Pete Miller; artist Bleach).
    • 271 – 283? (title - The War in the Desert).
    • 284 - 294 (title – The War in Europe)
    • 1967 (title - Battle for Sicily, The; artist not known).
    
     
    
  • World War Two# stories see
    • After the Tin-Fish Struck (WW2 RN; complete story; survival story at sea).
    • Air Flights of Flyer Hart (series characters; WW2 RAF).
    • Away Goes McGinty (WW2 RAF Regt; uses a magician’s trick to save his life; complete story).
    • Battling Wreck on Runway One, The (complete story; WW2 RAF; grounded fighter plane defends a British airfield in N. Africa; artist not known).
    • Bill Bass of Bomb Alley (WW2 RAF; Air Sea Rescue).
    • Big Job for the Little ‘Un, A (WW2 RN; complete page story).
    • Big Palooka, The (series character; WW2 army; police).
    • Blake of the Ironfists (WW2 Army, tanks; complete story? series characters?)
    • Blitz Brothers, The (series characters; WW2 Home Front; school boy adventure).
    • Blitz Kids, The (series characters; school boy adventures).
    • Bluey Benson's Dingoes (WW2 Ausrtalian army; Crete; complete story/series?).
    • ”Boys” of Blitz Post Seven, The (series characters; WW2 Home Front).
    • Cameron's Crackerjacks (WW2 army; complete story or series; special Commando unit).
    • Cannuck King, Commando Axeman (series character; WW2 Commandoes).
      
      
            
    • Cat’s Whiskers Kelly – Boy Against the Bombs (series character; WW2 home front).
    • Catapult Kennedy – Hurricane Pilot (series character; WW2 Fleet Air Arm).
    • Coonskin Grenadier, The (WW2 Army; series character; humorous).
    • Danny the Flyer: In the Lion’s Den (complete story; WW2 RAF).
    • Dry Lander Lester (complete story; WW2 RAF; Coastal Command).
    • Fender the Bender: He Couldn’t Land Without Crashing (complete story; WW2 RAF).
    • Five Bags Full! (WW2 Army; Far East; complete story).
    • Flying Tiger, The (series characters; WW2 RAF).
    • Freeman’s Feathered Fighters (WW2 RN; complete story).
    • Front Line Kid, The (series character; WW2 home front school boy adventure; text).
    • Grant’s Gunners (series characters; WW2 Army).
    • Grasshopper Green – the Flying Eye (WW2 RAF; series character).
    • Greatest Air War, The (series; WW2 RAF; complete stories about the Battle of Britain).
      
      
            
    • Greatest Air War, The (WW2 glider pilots; complete story; airborne invasion of Sicily, Italy; artist Smith) 1966.
    • Harpoon Hansom Goes to War (complete story; WW2 RN; Olaf Hanson a Norwegian Harpooner catches a German submarine).
      
      
            
    • He Only Kept Wide Awake Once! (WW2 RAF; complete story).
    • I Fought in the Battle of Britain (series character; WW2 RAF).
    • Kane Kept on Fishing (complete story).
    • Kent Kept on Fishing (complete story; WW2 RAF).
    • Kerne of Base Seven (series character; WW2 RAF; guarding Weather Base Seven in the Artic).
    • Last Cavalry’s Last Charge, The (WW2 Army; complete story; Far East).
    • Limping Man, The (series characters; WW2 Secret Service).
    • Lost Planes Found (series characters; WW2 RAF plane recovery team – X Squad; N. Africa).
    • Man With the Hammer (series characters; WW2 Army; text). Broderick; Lance-Corporal Joe Watson; artist Ron Smith).
    • Mick and Mack – The Battersea Battlers (WW2 Paratroopers; series characters).
    • Never Rile a Tusker With a Toothache (WW2 Army Medical Corps; complete story).
    • No Road This Way (WW2 RN frogmen; complete story).
    • Operation Tin Opener and the Walkie Talkie Warrior (WW2 army; complete story.
    • Phantom Flyer, The (series characters; RAF).
    • Pluck of Blind Tim, The (complete story; WW1 Home Front; blind boy using his ears to detect German bomber raiders).
    • Razzle Dazzle Dawson – Camouflage Corporal (series character; WW2 Army; text).
    • Road of The Battles (series characters; WW2 school boy adventure).
    • Sea Fights of Iceberg Bill, The (series characters; WW2 RN; text).
    • Secret Flyer, The (WW2 RAF / French Resistance).
      • starts prior to 267 to 273.
    • Secret Voice of Martin Boyce, The (WW2 RN; secret service; series character).
    • Sergeant of the Ironfists (series characters; WW2 Army).
    • Slade of the Fighting 81st (WW2 Army tank; complete story).
    • Stone Warship, The (series characters; WW2 RN sea cadets).
    • Sudden Death on Runway One (WW2 RAF; complete story).
    • Tall Tales of Blowhard the Brave, The (series character; WW2 Army).
    • Terror of Orchard Lane (complete story; WW2 Home Front, bomb disposal; dangerous/friendly dog).
      
      
            
    • Three Hat Harrison (WW2 Army; RN; RAF; complete story; artist Bleach?).
    • Try It on the Dogg (series characters; WW2 Army tank).
    • Union Jack Jackson (series characters; WW2 Army).
    • Vengeance Comes Unseen (series characters; WW2 secret service).
    • World War Two (series; WW2 Army).
    • Z (series character; WW2 RAF; test pilot).
    
    
        
  • World-Wide Wanderers (short factual piece within the text story of the Snappy Wanderers; page 21; artist not known) 43.
  • Worst Man in the West, The (series character; featuring Jake “Snowshoes” Cragg; text; western; artist not known).
    • starts prior to 267 – 277.
    
    
    
  • Wrecker Rugg (sport; shot put; complete story; artist not known) 1971.
  • Writers#
    • Ballantyne, R.M.
    • Coral Island, The.
  • Wuzzy, Wishbone (series character; humorous wizard) see Wishbone Wuzzy.
  • Wylie, Frank engineer (series characters; WW2 secret service) see Vengeance Comes Unseen.
    
     
     
    
    
    
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  • X-Bow (series character; costumed crime fighter; featuring X-Bow; artist not known) 1986.
  • Year of the Big Rats, The (series characters; giant rats; featuring Big Sam; artist Bill Holroyd).
    • 244 - ?
    
    
    
  • Yellow Jersey, The (series characters; sport; cycling; featuring Fenton; artist Bevan).
    • 243 - ?
    
    
    
  • Yellow Sword, The (series characters; Kushanti invasion of Britain; featuring John and Eric Maitland; Bill Bass artist?)
    • 140 – 157.
    
    
    
  • Yorkshire Cossack, The (series character; Napoleonic War; fighting with Russians against Napoleon; featuring Harry Bowman; artist Carrion?)
    • 288 - ?
    
    
    
  • You Can’t Take Back a Dud Parachute! (complete story; Runty Lee planning his revenge on a circus flyer, but his plan backfires; artist not known) 79.
    
    
    
  • Young Blondin (series character; fictional adventures? about a true person, a tightrope walker in his younger days; text; artist Ron Smith?).
    • 13 – 20 (text).
    • 286 (complete picture story; artist Carrion?) RP of a text story?)
    • 1971 (text) RP?
    
    
    
  • Young Carr of the Borders (complete story; end of 15th century; England / Scottish border war; artist not known) 1967.
    
    
    
  • Young Redcoat (complete story; tale about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police) 8.
  • Yule, Bob (series characters; sci-fi) see Walk to the Everlasting Fires, The.
  • Z (series character; WW2 RAF; test pilot; featuring Test Pilot Z; artist not known).
    • 1970.
    
    
    
  • Zigimar – Master Spy (series character; WW1 secret agent; featuring Zigimar; artists Bleach; Patrick; Bevan?).
    • 256 – 270 first series (artist Bleach).
    • starts prior to 302 - 319 second series (artist Patrick).
    • 356 - 361 (third series) artist Patrick.
    • 1966 (artist Patrick).
    • 1967 (artist Patrick; WW1 Middle East).
  • Abbreviations
    • C.G.M. - Conspicuous Gallantry Medal.
    • D.C.M. - Distinguished Conduct Medal.
    • D.F.C. - Distinguished Flying Cross.
    • D.F.M. - Distinguished Flying Medal.
    • D.S.C. - Distinguished Service Cross.
    • D.S.M. - Distinguished Service Medal.
    • D.S.O. - Distinguished Service Order.
    • L.R.D.G. - Long Range Desert Group.
    • M.M. - Military Medal.
    • R.A.F. - Royal Air Force.
    • R.A.F.V.C. - Royal Air Force Volunteer Corp.?
    • R.F.C. - Royal Flying Corp.
    • R.N. - Royal Navy.
    • RNAS - Royal Naval Air Service.
    • SAS - Special Air Service.
    • SBS - Special Boat Service.
    • V.C. - The Victoria Cross medal. The highest order of gallantry to be awarded to members of the British and Commonwealth armed forces.

    © Adrian Banfield, 2014.