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  • Smash Annual

    Does anybody remember the Smash Anuals? I still have one,which is the 1970 annual.I have just found a link to a site,where they show all the annuals,from it's first in 1967 to the last in 1976.I am sure i have seen some of the covers in my house years ago,but cannot find them now.I guess they must have been given away.

    http://www.tonystrading.co.uk/galler...uals/smash.htm

    Anybody recognise these annuals.I find the one i have,the 1970's one,is absolutely hilarious to read.Grimly Feendish is in this annual.
    Here is a list of the stories and characters in the 1970's annual.They may trigger a few fond memories

    1: The man from B.U.N.G.L.E
    2: Percy's Pets
    3: Ronnie Rich
    4: The Legend Testers
    5: Bad Penny
    6: Tuffy McGrew
    7: The Nervs
    8: The Rubber Man
    9: Swots and Blots
    10: Grimly Feendish
    11: Charlie's Choice
    12: Mini - Maxie!
    13: Strongman and the Second Rising of the Sun.

    They should have kept this annual going in my opinion.

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    Re: Smash Annual

    I remember the Smash annuals and have the 1970 one somewhere aswell.

    Pow! and Wham! comics/annuals were similar aswell I thinK?

    They were a bit more off the wall than the Beano etc....


    Another character I liked was Nobbys Night Mares.

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      Re: Smash Annual

      Originally posted by BillySmartsC View Post
      I remember the Smash annuals and have the 1970 one somewhere aswell.

      Pow! and Wham! comics/annuals were similar aswell I thinK?
      Smash!, Pow!, Wham! and the later Fantastic and Terrific were the five titles published by Odhams as their 'Power Comics' range, and featured a mix of British strips and American (mostly Marvel) reprints. Smash! was the first to be launched, the only one with pretty much no reprint material, and also the last to be cancelled (although by then, it was published by IPC which had swallowed up Odhams).

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