*Boys’ Adventure & War Comics: Small selections of sought-after short runs this update. We have a trio of Jag from 1968, the tabloid-sized paper which failed largely because newsagents found it to awkward to display! It made a rapid transition to standard size, but too late to save it from a merger with Tiger, with Jag’s most popular feature, “Football Family Robinson” by Joe Colquhon, enduring for years in its second home. These three are all from the early oversized era. Tornado whizzed past in 22 issues in 1979, bringing us, among others, “The Mind of Wolfie Smith”, “Blackhawk” and blundering superhero “Captain Klep” by Kevin O’Neill, as well as Dave Gibbons’ short-lived super-heroic career as fumetti star “The Big E”. No, really. Eight of the 22 back in stock, from #2 to the final issue, #22, after which Wolfie, Blackhawk (no, not that Blackhawk) and the Captain all passed over to 2000 AD, but Big E was summarily discarded.