*Boys’ Adventure & War Comics: One of the most bizarre experiments in the annals of British Comics publishing was Amalgamated Press’s Top Spot, which ran for 58 issues from the end of 1958 to the beginning of 1960, after which it merged into Film Fun. An unusual mix of pin-ups, features, text stories, cartoon gags and top quality comic strips, it was in theory aimed at a 16-17 year old school leavers’ audience. Early issues featured glamour pin-ups on the cover; in later issues comic strips took over the cover, although the pin-ups remained inside. Examples of both types of cover are shown here. We now have a great selection of most issues in stock, ranging from £4-£10 each, depending on grade. Rarely seen and quite unique, assured of their place in UK comics history, if only as a fascinating backwater.