*Humour Comics: A selection of small additions to humour titles: from 1953, four editions of Beano, the still-running weekly. These vintage copies feature characters still well-beloved and well-remembered today (‘The Bash Street Kids’, ‘Minnie the Minx’, ‘Dennis the Menace’) and some… not so much. (‘Nobby the Magic Bobby’, anyone?). Giggle, which launched briefly in 1967 before collapsing into Buster, was a bold if failed experiment to bring translated European material to the British market; and Cheeky, launched in 1977, featured a ‘breakout’ character from Krazy weekly who would wander, Rod Serling-like, into the narratives of the other strips in the comic. Chunkier humour updates coming soon!