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Christopher Fowler
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Never begin a sentence 'When I was young...' and never continue with; 'we made our own amusement.' However, when I was young we made our own amusement, from which something fell out of the Jamboree Bag of my mind; giveaways in British comics, one of which was a piece of cardboard folded from corner to corner with a similar sheet of paper inside it, folded the same way and glued at the outer edges…
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Christopher Fowler
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Bryant & May
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The Casebook of Bryant & May (Graphic Novel) This book contains two illustrated untold cases for Bryant & May, which take them through the streets of London in search of the Soho Devil, and up the Telecom Tower to search for a severed hand. I worked with Keith Page, the brilliant artist of Commando Comics, to recreate Bryant & May as illustrations. I have a great affection for British comics, the…
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Christopher Fowler
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Reading & Writing
No more cow pies, no more bending a lamp-post to light a pipe... Well, that's not strictly true, but Desperate Dan will never be quite the same again. After 75 years serving as Britain's longest-running children's comic, The Dandy has faced a harsh economic truth and realised that its sales will never reach the heady heights of the postwar years, so it's switching into cyberspace. The paper…
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