*Clearance Corner: Long before the days of Snapchat and Instagram, celebrities’ public profiles were kept up by, among other media, comic books, in which licenced versions of the film & tv performers went through carefully-screened panelological hijinks. Two such were famous film comedians Bob Hope and Jerry Lewis, each of whom racked up more than 100 issues of their respective series at DC from the 1950s through to the 1960s. Their star power, however, not having crossed the Atlantic, we’re now offering eight issues of Bob & Jerry – six Bobs, two Jerrys – at a significantly reduced price. From 1953 & 1954, we have Adventures of Bob Hope #19-24, a nice sequence, and from 1968 & 1971, Adventures of Jerry Lewis #107 and #122. All are graced by the comedic art of Bob Oksner, written (at least largely) by Arnold Drake, and in decent mid-grades ranging from Good to Fine. Originally on sale at a retail of just under £150 combined, these can now be yours for just £50. UK postage, if required, is £5.