*TV & Film Related Comics: 20 new copies in of Look-In, mostly from 1971, the first year of publication (with a couple tagging into ’72). We begin from the second-ever issue, with covers featuring a plethora of stars of the day, many of whom haven’t yet been retroactively convicted of anything! What interests you lot most, of course, is the comic strip content, and 1971’s comic strips included some very lovely Mike Noble artwork on “Timeslip”, with Modesty Blaise illustrator Enrique Badia Romero contributing ‘Freewheelers’. ‘Please Sir!’, ‘Wreckers At Dead Eye’, and ‘Crowther In Trouble’ were also present, for them as likes ’em. By 1972, Noble was also illustrating ‘Follyfoot’ (but fear not, ‘Timeslip’ was still present) and the line-up had changed to include ‘Catweazle’, ‘Doctor In Charge’ and ‘The Fenn Street Gang’. This selection of seldom-seen issues averages VG.