Comic Ticket to Christmas

simonmackie - Ticket to Christmas

 

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WEIHNACHTEN - CHRISTMAS
WEIHNACHTEN - CHRISTMAS
Frohe Weihnachten - Merry Christmas!
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antonreiser - 11.12.11 22:22
A real Christmas story, may be old, but not grey.
 
des - 11.12.11 22:15
Looks really great, Si. And very fresh and appropriate in these recessionary times. It's always a joy for me to see Flick 'n' Jube - I associate them with a particularly significant year for me, and they always bring back warm memories of that time.
 
simonmackie - 11.12.11 21:08
Thanks, Des. It is VERY old. I think it came out for the Chrstmas issue of NKN 1985, which is where you must have seen it, and I redrew it one year later for 'The Buzz' magazine. I recoloured it this weekend
 
des - 11.12.11 21:00
Fantastic! I remember this one, Si. It's great to see it in living colour more'n a quarter century later!
 
 

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