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Brain Damage was a British adult comic that was published monthly by Galaxy Publications (later Tristar Publications) and edited by Bill Hampton from to Adult Children By Stephen Beals. The Adventures of Business Cat By Tom Fonder. Agnes By Tony Cochran. AJ and Magnus By Bryan and Simon Steel. Lalo Alcaraz. Origins of the Sunday Comics By Peter Maresca. The Other Coast By Adrian Raeside. The Other End By Neil Kohney. Our Super Adventure By Sarah Graley and Stef Purenins. Out of the Gene.

Fiesta Comic Strip comics Adult comic by Galaxy Publications that produced Gas and Brain Damage comics, which were alternatives to the popular Viz comic magazine. These are very difficult to get hold of, so we only have limited stock. Mar 24,  · The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (WildStorm, DC Comics, Top Shelf, Knockabout, present) Larks (AP, ) Legend Horror Classics (Legend Publishing, ).

British Comic Spanking Our modern society has decided that the corporal punishment of children is a bad thing. I don't agree, and I share these images as a way of trying to remind people that there was a time - not all that long ago - when everybody, including children themselves, accepted that sometimes children were naughty and when they were Views: 33K. The Dandy continues to be the oldest British comic still in publication. No history of British comics would be complete without paying homage to the great Denis Gifford who was born on Boxing day Gifford's contribution to British comics both as a contributor in the s and s, including Flip & Flop', and historian is immeasurable.