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!Gag! (1987) comic books

  • Issue #1
    !Gag! (1987) 1
    Published Jan 1987 by Harrier.
    • Discounted from $1.80.
    • Discounted from $1.80.

    Cover art by Phil Elliot. Edited by Phil Elliot. British satire comic featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "Dapper John," script and art by Eddie Campbell; John hastens the break-up of a relationship. "Stories Of The Saints," script and art by John Bagnall; Incidents from the lives of some saints. "It's Time To See Calico County," script and art by John Bagnall; Abe dreams. "The 7 Faces of Manley Ville," script and art by Ed Pinsent; Liz tires of Manley's attentions. Untitled story, script and art by Chris Flewitt; Trouble in the drama class. "At The Burglary Ball," script and art by Glenn Dakin and Steve Way; Paris needs to pay his café bill, so is employed as a waiter at the Burglars' Ball. "A True Story," script and art by Trevs Phoenix; The fate of assorted household pets. "Alex," script and art by Phil Laskey; Alex ponders the sea. Untitled Visions Of The Future story, script and art by Rian Hughes; Retro-future designs and explanations presented as trading cards. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    !Gag! (1987) 2
    Published Jul 1987 by Harrier.
    • Discounted from $2.20.
    • Discounted from $2.20.

    Cover art by Ed Pinsent. British satire comic featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "Captain Oblivion," script and art by Glenn Dakin; Captain Oblivion has to babysit an irritating friend of his girlfriend. Untitled story, script and art by Trevs Phoenix; The right shoes for the right person. "Snapshots," script and art by Paul Grist; The story of how Den began smoking. "Double Trouble In The South Of France" starring Paris The Man of Plaster, script and art by Glenn Dakin; Paris is framed for a crime. Untitled story, script and art by Cally Stapleton; The success of a pram wheel business. "BooBoo's Girl," script and art by Eddie Campbell; A misunderstanding about a girl. Untitled Visions of the Future feature, script and art by Rian Hughes; Retro-future designs and explanations presented as trading cards. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #3
    !Gag! (1987) 3
    Published Oct 1987 by Harrier.

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    Cover art by John Bagnall. British satire comic featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "The Removals," script and art by Chris Flewitt; Problems of moving a house. "Abraham Rat Becomes Suddenly Rich" starring Captain Oblivion, script and art by Glenn Dakin; Rapid wealth isn't necessarily a good thing. "Mister Ready," script and art by Trevs Phoenix. "Violence," script and art by Bambos Georgiou; Some kids witness Ratman win a fight, and one is then confronted with reality. "Booboo's Tent" starring Alec, script and art by Eddie Campbell; Guarding a tent goes wrong. Untitled Visions of the Future feature, script and art by Rian Hughes; Retro-future designs and explanations presented as trading cards. 32 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4
    !Gag! (1987) 4
    Published 1987 by Harrier.

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    Cover art by Eddie Campbell. British satire comic goes to a magazine format, featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "Spellbreaking," script and art by Glenn Dakin; Abe ponders life as Captain Oblivion settles a dispute on Mars. "The Record Breaker," script and art by Phil Laskey; Alex gets hit by a discus and takes revenge. "Monster," script and art by John Watson; Assorted aphorisms. "True Humour," script and art by Eddie Campbell; Professor Bean discourses on humour. "Coffee Conversation," script and art by Paul Grist; Judith tells about her relationship breaking up. "90% Rubbish," script by Glenn Dakin, art by Phil Elliott; Was Madame Le Courer's prediction wrong? Untitled Visions of the Future feature, script and art by Rian Hughes; Retro-future designs and explanations presented as trading cards. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in. 24 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #5
    !Gag! (1987) 5
    Published Apr 1988 by Harrier.

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    Cover art by Phil Elliott. British satire comic goes to a magazine format, featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "The Chain Letter," script and art by Paul Grist; The perils of ignoring the chain letter. Untitled story, script and art by Phil Elliott; Meyssac goes on a cruise while Daniel remains at home. "Sparta Valley Scrap-Book," script and art by John Bagnall. "The Scapegoat," script and art by Ed Pinsent; Problems caused by the Dead Sea Scrolls. "Skating" starring Captain Oblivion, script and art by Glenn Dakin; Abe goes skating. "A Tale From Gimbley," script and art by Phil Elliott; Gimbley worries about nuclear attack. "Doctor Blood, Vampyre Hunter," script by Glenn Dakin, art by Ed Pinsent; A series of newspaper style gag strips. "Booboo's Kecks," script and art by Eddie Campbell; Booboo has new trousers. "Mr Slugg Stands Up For Comics," script and art by Steve Way; Mr Slugg discusses comics and violence. Van Gogh illustration by Eddie Campbell. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in. 24 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    !Gag! (1987) 6
    Published 1987 by Harrier.

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    Cover art by Paul Grist. British satire comic goes to a magazine format, featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "Jethro and the Oilman," script and art by John Bagnall; Jethro lives in a a deliberately remote community. "Doctor Blood, Vampyre Hunter," script by Glenn Dakin, art by Ed Pinsent; a series of newspaper style gag strips. "The Great Globe," script and art by Phil Laskey; Two women visit a great globe. "Fight Night," script and art by Paul Grist; Paul Grist vs the flu. "Curriculum Vitae," script and art by Eddie Campbell; Eddie recalls his schooldays. Untitled story starring Binker Bill The Baby Detective, script and art by James Hanlon; Harry has a bender. "Abe Disturbs the Tomb" starring Captain Oblivion, script and art by Glenn Dakin; Abe has a strange experience abroad. "Holiday Sketchbook," script and art by Ed Hillyer; A misunderstanding on a Greek beach. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in. 24 pages, B&W. Mature readers. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
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    Published 1987 by Harrier.

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    Cover art by Ed Hillyer. British satire comic goes to a magazine format, featuring self-published small press titles and artists. "51 Stars," script and art by Ed Hillyer; John's dull day. "Captain Oblivion's Christmas Visit," script and art by Eddie Campbell; Glenn Dakin Visits Eddie Campbell in Australia at Christmas. 31-page stories by Chris Reynolds: "The Golden Age," "Smiles," and "3 Memories." "Return To The Golden Age," script by Chris Reynolds, art by Trevs Phoenix; Douglas invents a machine capable of recording sounds from the past. "Burglar Bill," script and art by Paul Grist; Bill is distacted on the job by a drunk. "Elusion," script and art by Glenn Dakin. "Abe Interviews Hiawatha," script and art by Glenn Dakin; Hiawatha hasn't lived his natural life for a while. 2 one-page "Post-Apocalypse" stories by Phil Elliott. "English Oral," script and art by John Bagnall. "The Professors Go Dancing," script and art by Denny Derbyshire; Arcane ceremonies at an English university. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in. 24 pages, B&W. Cover price $2.95.