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!Gag! (1987) comic books

  • Issue #1
    !Gag! (1987) 1
    Published Jan 1987 by Harrier.

    Cover art by Phil Elliot. Edited by Phil Elliot. British satire comic featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "Dapper John," script and art by Eddie Campbell; John hastens the break-up of a relationship. "Stories Of The Saints," script and art by John Bagnall; Incidents from the lives of some saints. "It's Time To See Calico County," script and art by John Bagnall; Abe dreams. "The 7 Faces of Manley Ville," script and art by Ed Pinsent; Liz tires of Manley's attentions. Untitled story, script and art by Chris Flewitt; Trouble in the drama class. "At The Burglary Ball," script and art by Glenn Dakin and Steve Way; Paris needs to pay his café bill, so is employed as a waiter at the Burglars' Ball. "A True Story," script and art by Trevs Phoenix; The fate of assorted household pets. "Alex," script and art by Phil Laskey; Alex ponders the sea. Untitled Visions Of The Future story, script and art by Rian Hughes; Retro-future designs and explanations presented as trading cards. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    !Gag! (1987) 2
    Published Jul 1987 by Harrier.

    Cover art by Ed Pinsent. British satire comic featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "Captain Oblivion," script and art by Glenn Dakin; Captain Oblivion has to babysit an irritating friend of his girlfriend. Untitled story, script and art by Trevs Phoenix; The right shoes for the right person. "Snapshots," script and art by Paul Grist; The story of how Den began smoking. "Double Trouble In The South Of France" starring Paris The Man of Plaster, script and art by Glenn Dakin; Paris is framed for a crime. Untitled story, script and art by Cally Stapleton; The success of a pram wheel business. "BooBoo's Girl," script and art by Eddie Campbell; A misunderstanding about a girl. Untitled Visions of the Future feature, script and art by Rian Hughes; Retro-future designs and explanations presented as trading cards. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $1.95.