*Boys’ Adventure & War Comics: We conclude our ‘Big Cats’ mini-event with more than 250 issues new to our listings of Tiger, with some years previously unrepresented now considerably stocked. This influx’s dates range from 15th June 1957 through to 29th December 1962 – not every issue, by any means, but a substantial selection. This run starts out averaging Poor/Fair, but rapidly improves in quality. The majority of them are VG, and many are FN, a grade we very seldom apply to pulp comics of this period. Roy of the Rovers fronts the weekly, with all his pals from Melchester, but highlights from this run also include the debut of the popular and enduring “Olac the Gladiator”, the first combined issue of Tiger with the venerable Comet, which brought “Jet-Ace Logan” to the title, and, ahem, the first issue in which a real soccer ace – Man U. and England star Bobby Charlton scripted “Roy of the Rovers”. Or his publicist did. Or, you know, someone who had met him. Anyway, masses more Tiger than we’ve ever had in one update, new for you!