Comic Flick and Jube at the Carnival

simonmackie - Flick and Jube at the Carnival


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des - 15.05.19 10:07
Still remembered fondly and missed sadly, Si. It was a privilege to be part of that little group. I've never had that workshop dynamic since then.
simonmackie - 10.05.19 21:47
You should remember this one Des as it came out in The North Kensington News (NKN) in 1984 - you contributed to the same issue. I lost the original artwork but I managed to restore the strip from a very grainy page from the NKN. Thank God for the NKN!
des - 10.05.19 16:24
I remember that one.
simonmackie - 10.05.19 09:29
Future? This is from 1984
boy - 10.05.19 09:17
Future? Thats London
PauerCmx (toonsUp team) - 10.05.19 09:14
Forgotten mics, inconspicuous mics, spy cams ... That's the future!

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