Tuesday, 2 May 2017

CRIVENS' CRACKING COVERS - FIREBALL XL5 LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK...



Just because I like the cover.  There.  Who
says intros have to be long-winded?  Although,
while I'm here, I might as well tell you all that the
vast majority of this blog's all-time visits now hail
from the States, so give yourselves a pat on the
back, American readers, as you obviously
have rare taste and discernment.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's the Donald Kid? Got a tweet about your "babe of the day", and while he's on here researching Captain America to threaten NK with!

Terence

Kid said...

Ah, that'd explain it, T. Must be the answer.

John Pitt said...

It's good that our cousins over the pond can get to see what we had over here. I always feel SO privileged being born on this side, as we had our own comics and probably all of the US ones as well from about '58 onwards. We were so lucky!

Kid said...

Did you know that Fireball XL5 was the only Gerry Anderson programme networked all over America, JP? The others were shown in syndication at various times in different places.

John Pitt said...

I didn't know this till recently, when TC told me in one of his comments.
We were lucky in as much as we had the best of the US telly as well as our own too!

Kid said...

Aha! Then you should've been paying more attention, JP. I mentioned it back in 2012, in my post 'Fireball XL5 & the Moon Masters'. Yup, we sure were lucky.

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