*Collected Editions: Those lovely people at Rebellion, bless them, continue to collect and respect the vast and still largely unexplored history of British Comics with their sequential compilations of classic strips, and occasional revivals. This week, we welcome into stock Death Wish Volume 1 by Barrie Tomlinson and artist Vayo, the tale of a Formula 1 driver who, tragically disfigured in a crash, lost the urge to live, taking on ever more outlandish challenges in an attempt to court death. Launched in the short-lived Speed weekly, ‘Death Wish’ carried over into Tiger for a much longer life than in its original home. This is a brand-new softcover at £15. Sweeny Toddler, the gremlin-like two-year old, was the creation of classic comedy artist Leo Baxendale, and Sweeny’s horrendous parental abuse made him a firm favourite in the short-lived Shiver & Shake – from which he leapt to a long run as the lead in Whoopee weekly, finally jumping to Whizzer & Chips! My, he did lead a full life, and Baxendale’s manic invention chronicles every misdeed in obsessive detail! The first volume of Sweeny’s collected misadventures is hardcover, brand new at £15. Finally this update, a companion to the previous all-new Scream & Misty and Buster & Cor Specials, comes Tammy & Jinty Special 2019, in which venerable series from the girls’ comics of yesteryear are given a modern twist in all-new tales of ‘The Justice of Justine’, ‘Maisie’s Magic Eye’ (hang on, weren’t those two originally from Sally?) ‘Bella at the Bar’ and more. This full-colour 48-page mag is brand new at £5.