*Vintage Magazine-Sized Comics: Well, this entry certainly qualifies for our Quirky Corner sobriquet: Popular Jokes v7#35, from February 1970. One of a myriad of ‘Men’s Humour’ magazines offering mildly risqué cartoons and cheesecake pin-ups, these will be familiar to readers of a certain vintage as the items that, together with bodybuilder and ‘True Crime’ mags, filled the top of the spinner racks that the comics used to be displayed in! The cartoons were frequently by known names from comics – in this instance, for example, the cover art is by Bill Ward, of ‘Torchy’ fame – and there were often short comic strips, but we’ll never know in this instance, because – we can’t open it! Some hopeful soul has had it slabbed by CGC, who rated it 8.5 (a VF+ equivalent), so its interior depths must remain forever unplumbed. Not our normal stock, but it came in with a larger collection, and we’re offering it as a novelty for £25, solely based on its age and claimed condition.