Saturday, December 31, 2011 by IUnknown
Wish You Very Happy and Prosperous New Year !!!

Hello All,

It gives me great pleasure to come back to blogging scene after a long period. Today I am posting one of the few remaining comics in 3D comics series. You will need 3D Ana glyph glasses to read this comics. If I remember correctly it was provided with one of the Times of India issues recently.  It is titled 'चिम्पू पिकलू भोलू गोलू' . It was published by Diamond comics and has some great artwork for 3D comics. Cover is missing, sorry about that.If anyone has the cover please provide the same I hope you enjoy it.



Wednesday, December 28, 2011 by PBC

Writer Claes Reimerthi
Artist Joan Biox


Scanned & edited by  Laki. All credits go to him.
Thursday, December 22, 2011 by PBC
Sorry friends! Since long there was no post.
Hoping after New Year, I can back at my normal speed. Let's see!

Today enjoy Frew 1612 which contains 3 stories:

Death in Belgium
 Story: Donne Avenell
 Art: Jean-Yves Mitton

The College Kid
 Story: Tony DePaul
 Art: Paul Ryan

The Legend of Rahotep, Climax!
 Story: Claes Reimerthi
 Art: Kari Leppänen

Credits: Last two stories are scanned & edited by Kit Walker and 1st story was provided by an anon fan.
Monday, November 28, 2011 by PBC

Writer: David Bishop
Artist: Cesar Spadari


Scanned &edited by "Kit Walker".
All thanks & credits go to him.
Sunday, November 27, 2011 by PBC

Writer: Claes Reimerthi
Artist: Sal Velluto

Scanned &edited by "Kit Walker". 
All thanks & credits go to him.

P.S. 1615 & 1612 are coming very soon.
Tuesday, November 01, 2011 by PBC

Here is long awaited last part. Enjoy!


Written by Claes Reimerthi
Art by Kari Leppänen

Scanned & edited by Laki. All credits go to him.
Monday, October 03, 2011 by PBC
One visitor had attaracted attention about problems with S-165 file & some dead links of 100th post.

While checking, Emile found some more Sundays better size files.

Those are S:153, 154, 160, 161, 162, 165, 166.

Download (from100 th post)

All thanks & credits go to Emile.
Saturday, October 01, 2011 by PBC

Stoty: David Bishop
Art:: César Spadari


Check this Phantom & Superman parody.
Direct link to this page (hosted at imageshack)

Frew #1444 is scanned & edited by Laki. he parody is from his e-collection.
Sunday, September 25, 2011 by PBC
Sharing two comics based on the life of  two famous presidents of USA.
Some interesting material found at net about Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) & John F. Kennedy (1917–1963).
  • Both presidents' last names (Lincoln and Kennedy) have 7 letters.
  • Both presidents have five syllables in their full name (which counts Kennedy's middle initial).
  • Both presidents were elected to the House of Representatives in '46.
Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846
John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1946.
  • Both were runners-up for the party's nomination for vice-president in '56.
  • Both presidents were elected to the presidency in '60.
Abraham Lincoln was elected President in 1860. 
John F. Kennedy was elected President in 1960.
  • Both presidents were concerned with the problems of black Americans and made their views strongly known in '63. Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1862, which became law in 1863. In 1963, Kennedy presented his reports to Congress on Civil Rights, and the same year was the famous March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
  • Both presidents were shot in the head.
  • Both presidents were shot from behind.
  • Both presidents were shot in presence of their wives.
  • Both presidents were shot on a Friday.
  • Both presidents were accompanied by another couple.
  • The male companion of the other couple was wounded by the assassin.
  • Both wives lost a son while living in the White House.
  • Both were assassinated by Southerners. 
  • Both were succeeded by Southerners (their Vice Presidents).
  • Andrew Johnson, who succeeded Lincoln, was born in 1808. Lyndon Johnson, who succeeded Kennedy, was born in 1908.
  • There are 6 letters in each Johnson's first name.
  • John Wilkes Booth, who assassinated Lincoln was born in 1839. Lee Harvey Oswald, who assassinated Kennedy was born in 1939.
  • Both assassins were known by their three names. 
  • Both names are made of fifteen letters.
  • Mr. Booth shot Lincoln in a Theatre called "Ford". Lee Harvey Oswald, shot Kennedy in a car called "Ford" Lincoln.
  • Booth ran from a theater and was caught in a warehouse. Oswald ran from a warehouse and was caught in a theater.
  • Both John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald were killed before they could be put on trial.
A month before Lincoln was shot he was in Monroe, Maryland.
A month before Kennedy was shot he was with Marilyn Monroe.
There are so many simaliries. Can we count one more - both life history as comics was published by same publisher DELL. Enjoy!:)

John F. Kennedy (C2c) [Dell 1964] (Kingfaraday-Agentuup) Rescan

All thanks & credits go to original uploaders.
by PBC

Here is coloured version of S-187.

 It's from Emile's e-collection. All credits go to Emile & the original uploader.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011 by PBC

I don't see this version posted anywhere. May be you are also searching it.

Once again Phantom & Mandrake together. Enjoy!

 Download (29.09 Mb)

Script & Art: Fred Fredericks

It's from Venkit's e-collection. All credits go to him & the original uploader.
Monday, September 19, 2011 by PBC

The Martian (October 25, 1958 to May 23, 1959) is a B&W Sunday comic strip appeared in the weekly British newspaper the Sun . The comic is an adaption of a princess of mars. The adaption was written by D.R. Morton and drawn by Robert Forest.

 All credits go to the original uploader.
Sunday, September 18, 2011 by PBC
Enjoy one more Emile's contribution.

Name: The Phantom S174 - The Nomad - 2011-03-27 to
Size: 9.32MB

Download from 100th post

The zip archive file holds:
The Nomad.pdf
The Phantom S174 - The Nomad - 2011-03-27 to 2011-09-18

(one pdf and a folder).

Saturday, September 17, 2011 by PBC

It's 1st Buck Rogers Sunday Strips.


All credits go to the original uploader- Beowulf.
Thursday, September 15, 2011 by PBC
Here are some more Batman's strips:

Batman_With_Robin_01D: Catwoman

Batman_With_Robin_01S: A Penguin with Shark Teeth

Batman_With_Robin_02D: Joker On Parole

Batman_With_Robin_02S:The Nasty Napoleon

Batman_With_Robin_03D: Jolly Roger

Batman_With_Robin_03S: Batchap and Bobbin

Batman_With_Robin_04: Poison Ivy

Batman_With_Robin_05: Batman Meets Benny

Batman_With_Robin_06: Batgirl Begins

Batman_With_Robin_07: Amnesia

Writer: Whitney Ellsworth 
Shelly Moldoff - 01D & 01S
Joe Giella - 02D, 03D, 03S, 04, 05, 06, 07
S. Moldoff/J. Giella/C. Infantino - 02S

Note: From 4th story, there is no separate the Dailies and Sundays. One single story is continued throughout.
Read more details: Wikipedia

Some more Batman strips are posted HERE

All thanks & credits go original up-loaders & Sumit.
P.S. I received these yesterday, didn't read myself. If there is any duplication in same quality with earlier shared, please don't mind.
by PBC
Enjoy a very exciting adventure with the 18th Phantom and his half-brother!

Writer:  David Bishop
Artist:  César Spadari
1st publication:  Fantomen 8/2006

Scanned & edited by Laki


by PBC

Writer:  Hans Lindahl 
Artist:  Hans Lindahl
1st publication:  Fantomen 16/2000

Scanned & edited by Laki.

I'm not sure whether Part 1 is available at net or not. I'm sharing what is available with me. - PBC

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 by PBC
Lee Falk's Fans attention please: Yesterday I received a letter from Andreas Ericsson about the release of  the book "Lee Falk – Storyteller" in  Swedish and English. 

To celebrate his centennial, the Scandinavian Chapter of the Lee Falk Memorial Bengali Explorers club (with worldwide assist) have put together a tribute book, entitled LEE FALK – STORYTELLER.

The Book will be released at the Gothenburg Book Fair on September 23rd .

The 348(!) page book collects interviews with Falk, pieces of his own writings (short stories, excerpts from play and comic scripts etc), articles about him and his creations, and memorials from family and friends. 

Read here about contents: Phantom Wiki

To order the book or request more information, send an e-mail to

Note: If you order and pay before the fair, you will get the book for the special introduction price it's sold for at the fair (200 SEK)!
How to buy the book, read more details at
Request:  Please spread it around to more people (using mail, facebook, twitter, blogs, forums, websites, whatever).
Wednesday, September 07, 2011 by PBC
Enjoy reprinted version of  Frew #1045!

Writer: Scott Goodall
Artist: Jean Yves Mitton

Scanned &edited by "Kit Walker". 
All thanks & credits go to him.
Sunday, September 04, 2011 by PBC
Today sharing very first "Buck Rogers" strips (1/7/29 to 7/5/29) by Philip Francis Nowlan, a fictional hero who inspired  Alex Raymond to launch one of my favorite fictional hero "Flash Gordon"  as Sunday Strip in January 7, 1934.

Read more at Wikipedia about
1. Buck Rogers
2. Strips list


All credits go to her & the original uploader(s).
Friday, September 02, 2011 by PBC

Flash Gordon - Invasion Of The Red Sword 02
Flash Gordon - Invasion Of The Red Sword 03

Flash Gordon - Invasion Of The Red Sword 04

The link of part 4 is from Emile's e-collection. All credits go original uploaders & Emile.

Part 1 is available here
by PBC
Art: Dan Barry 

Summary (S149): As Ellta settles in at Dr. Zarkov’s Rocky Mountain retreat (see S-148 Death Ship), Flash continues his efforts to track down Skorpi undercover agents on Earth, unawares that an advance Skorpi detail is already preparing an underground spy base in the Arctic.

But starting their digging into the frozen continent, the Skorpi get a monumental surprise themselves as a giant Norseman is thawed from a deep sleep and creates havoc in his midst...

I'm love with this story since childhood. Don't know why. If anyone can complete this strip, would be very very thankful.

Indrajal version is available HERE

Summary (S150): As an obstinate Norseman sets off in search of the legendary Asgard (see S-149 Skorpi vs Baldur), Flash and Dale join Zarkov at a giant solar collector in space shortly before a Mongo ship in distress docks at the station.

Rescuing the desperate occupant, the trio learns that the orbiting city Mongo II is slowly dying as crucial energy supplies from a nearby moon are hijacked by an mercenary from Earth who has allied himself with no other than Ming the Merciless...

(Source of summary:  

These are from Emile's e-collection. All credits go to Emile & the original uploader(s).
Saturday, August 27, 2011 by PBC
Hi! It's Frew reading time. This special issue contains followings story:

1.     S075 - Walker's Table (1-5-69 to 4-20-69)
2.     S030 - Tale of the Devil (11-11-51 to 3-23-52)
3.     S033 - Diana and the Bank Robbers (10-19-52 to 2-1-53)

I think, first 3 (classical) stories are available with everyone. If you need can pick: Here & add.

It was scanned by a "Hungarian fan" long long ago, received from a friend. Sharing after editing myself only. 

All thanks & credits go to original scanning person.  
As requested, avoiding giving name.
Thursday, August 25, 2011 by PBC
The link & all informations are provided by Emile. Enjoy!

Title:    Guest in the House
Story:    261
Start:    2011-02-28
End:    2011-09-03
Span:    27 weeks
Strips:    162 Daily Strips
Width:    1,000 pixels
File:    Graphic Interchange Format (GIF)

Story synopsis:
    The morning in the city, Johnny Root goes out to take its car and… the car explodes. Then a long shot goes near Johnny. All that, plus a poisonned coffe…  Is Red Decker (the mob chief) behind the bonb ? The reality is that Johnny Root must testify against Red Decker. The Chief ask Mandrake to come to the Police station. Johnny Root want Mandrake’s Xanadu as a safety place until Red Decker’s trial. Mandrake says “Yes!” At Xanadu, a plane is heard, an alligator is in the Pool, a snake…

Characters in this story:
Mandrake    The magician himself
Narda        Mandrake wife
Lothar        Mandrake best friend
Brady        Police Chief
Hojo        Cook chief at Xanadu and... Inter-Intel chief
Johnny Root    Mob and witness
Red Decker    Mob chief

by PBC

Jason Momoa

As "Khal Drogo" in "Game of thrones"
Conan the Barbarian is back on big screens, however this time not featuring Arnold Schwarzeneger, but Joseph Jason Namakaeha Momoa  (born August 1, 1979), a Hawaiian actor. In 2010, he appeared in the Emmy-nominated HBO series "Game of Thrones" (2011) playing the Dothraki King, "Khal Drogo". First time, I saw him in this serial. Recommending watching this serial who missed it.
Mainly due to Jason Mamoa, planning to watch this film.

While checking my e-collection found these 4 strips of Conan. All credits go to original scanning person(s). Enjoy!

Monday, August 22, 2011 by PBC
More I'm reading strips, more liking strips than comics version.

Today sharing all Batman strips available with me.

The Superhero "Batman" is created by the artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger & first appeared  in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939).  Read more details here:

However, the Batman comic strip first appeared in newspapers in 1943 only.

Summary of strips publication history:

  • Batman and Robin (Oct 25, 1943 - Nov 2, 1946); daily and Sunday : By Bob Kane
  • Batman and Robin (1953) Sunday only: By Walter Gibson & edited by Gibson.
  • Batman and Robin, 1966 - 1974: By Bob Kane (actually ghosted)
  • The World's Greatest Superheroes (1978 - 1986)
  • Batman (from 6 NOV 1989 - 3 AUG 1991); Sunday and daily : The first story was written by Max Allan Collins and drawn by Marshall Rogers. All of the other stories were written by William Messner Loebs and drawn by Carmine Infantino and John Nyberg.

The Dailies

Batman-The Dailies (1943) (Very 1st the Daily strips)

Batman and Robin -The Dailies (Misc)

Batman and Robin -The Dailies (1966)

Batman and Robin -The Dailies (1967)

Batman and Robin -The Dailies (1968)

Batman and Robin -The Dailies (1971)

Batman and Robin -The Dailies (1972)

Marshall Rodgers' Batman Newspaper Strips


The Sundays

Monday, August 08, 2011 by PBC
It's 6th story in the "Phantom Year One" series 1st published in Fantomen #22/2004 by Egmont, Scandinavia.

Script: Claes Reimerthi
Art: Kari Leppänen

Scanned & edited by Laki.

Can anyone scan Frew #1406, 1564 & 1565?
Saturday, August 06, 2011 by PBC

Here is the latest Phantom's Daily #232.

Start Date: May 9, 2011
End Date:  August 13, 2011
Duration: 14 weeks
Writer: Tony De Paul
Artist: Paul Ryan

Download (as usual adding in 100th post)

It's shared by Kit Walker with us.
Friday, August 05, 2011 by PBC
It's 3rd story in the "Phantom Year One" series from Egmont, "The Courier", which printed as Frew #1392 and Fantomen 19/2004. 

Script: Claes Reimerthi
Art: Alex Saviuk. 

The new 21st Phantom fly to Bermuda to help out Diana, who has found herself accused of smuggling money out of the country.

 Inspite of one historical translation error ("Sinatra records" as "Sinatra CDs") by Frew in page 24,  the story is lovely.


Scanned & edited by Laki.
Thursday, August 04, 2011 by PBC

Writer: Claes Reimerthi
Artist: Joan Boix


Scanned & edited by Kit Walker. All credits go to him.
Tuesday, August 02, 2011 by PBC

Writer: Claes Reimerthi
Artist: Hans Lindahl


Scanned & edited by Kit Walker. All credits go to him.
Thursday, July 28, 2011 by PBC
Art: Dan Barry

Summary: Landing at the construction site for Earth’s first power station in space, Flash is immediately made aware of the tense atmosphere caused by the arrival of a robot designed by Dr. Zarkov to speed up the construction of the massive solar panel satellite.

As tension continues to build amongst the human workers fed up with the constant ‘meddling’ from the advanced robot, small ‘accidents' start to happen until the situation reaches breaking point and somebody snaps with serious consequences...
 (Source of summary:  

Download (English)

Download  (Spanish)

Roldan has scanned & edited the Spanish version (very good quality). As well as he has added page #2 in English version (contributed by Emile & already shared in this blog) by translating & replacing texts from Spanish to English.

All credits go to Roldon, Emile & the original uploader of D-052(Eng).
Tuesday, July 26, 2011 by PBC

Writer Claes Reimerthi
Artist Paul Ryan
Translator Asti Forsyth


Scanned & edited by Laki..
Saturday, July 16, 2011 by PBC
While shearing information about Hal Foster, found the book's scans with Vintage Look.              
Read about Harold Rudolf Foster (August 18, 1892 – July 25, 1982) aka Hal Foster at

Tarzan of the Apes Hal Foster & H.E. Vallely (Comics Dell Publishing 1938 reprinting 1929 edition) 
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All credits go to original uploaders.

If you like the Newspaper version, try following link. It was sent to me by Emile long long ago.

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All credits go to & Emile.
Friday, July 15, 2011 by PBC

Story by: Scott Beatty
Art by: Eduardo Ferigato
Cover by: Alex Ross, Joe Prado, Fabiano Neves

Rapidshare Link

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These are from Venkit's e-collection. All credits go to him & the original uploader(s).

P.S.: If you missed earlier parts, here are links to earlier posts.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3
Tuesday, July 12, 2011 by PBC

These are from Emile's e-collection.
Emile says:
Hi ,

I get a Bob Lubbers Sunday Strip in colors sometimes ago (a single Sunday) and I forgot to share it. Of course, this is a single strip, but it is very nice, even for me who does not like paintings (paintings like the ones you can see in museums...).
It is in color, very nice, available here:

Name: Tarzan_19500924-1020.jpg
Size: 1017.74MO

In the Tarzan run done by Bob Lubbers, there is a story (a Daily Strip Story) that was not reprint:

Title: Tarzan and the Blonde Goddess
Artwork: Bob Lubbers
Script: Dick Van Buren
Kind: Daily Strips
Issue: 081
Start: 1951-12-24 (#3859)
End: 1952-03-15 (#3930)
Spans: 72 days

This story comes after "Tarzan and the Pirates" and before "Tarzan and the Loggers". It never appears in the list when people shared Bob Lubbers Daily Strips!

Unfortunately, I do not have it in english (nor in French *), but in Dutch. Here’s the download informations:

Name: 7.125_Tarzan_12125_De_blonde_godin.cbr
Size: 10.62MB

A Poster of Tarzan by John Celardo (6.47 MB).


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