*Boys’ Adventure & War Picture Libraries: Originally published fortnightly, these extra-long digests provided 100+ pages of (as far as we know) all-new adventures, not reprinted from the weekly comics. Like its companion titles in the Fleetway Super Library family (Fantastic/Stupendous and Front Line, Secret Agent alternated its stars. One issue would feature Johnny Nero, debonair cosmopolitan who travelled the world thwarting wrongdoers with the aid of his amanuensis Jenny Bird, a resourceful maiden who once skied a bad guy to death (No, really). Alternate issues presented Barracuda, a code-named tough guy possessed of superhuman strength whose main vendetta was against the agents of WAM (War Against Mankind). His assistant was the rather less appealing (though YMMV, as the young folks say) man-brute Frollo, who must have been a bugger to keep under wraps on stealth missions. Much of this new stock is in surprisingly high grade considering its vintage (given the propensity of the card covers to attract and hoard creases, as collectors know), with the majority averaging VF. Most issues are available from #1 to #26, including some duplicates, but we expect strong demand for these. Illustrated are #1 VF £25 and #2 VF/NM also £25.