This volume brings together two Disney Princess stories: 'The Princess and the Frog' and 'Pocahontas', illustrated in full colour, in lively comic style.
What do you really know about the years 1960 to 1969? Not only did man land on the moon and the Beatles become the biggest band on earth... Take a spin into the dizzy world of your top comics as they continued to make people laugh in the rapidly changing world of the Sixties.
"It's settled, I'm off to the Moon! All right, but I wonder who I shall take along with me! First I'd like to take you, kids, and that'll be the end of the Quiet Sea on the Moon, too. And than, it's obvious, if you come along, everybody'll follow us: not to scold us, of course not, but to remember to keep smiling." This beautiful book, printed in 1978, is...
The mischievous cartoon tales of Scotland's most famous laddie. Oor Wullie, wearing his dungarees and sitting on his bucket, is as familiar a sight to Scots as Edinburgh Castle. If anyone can make folks smile, it's that lovable wee rascal from Auchenshoogle! A must have 2016 edition for Oor Wullie fans everywhere.
Take a tram ride down memory lane with the Broons and Oor Wullie! It's all aboard for laughs as this volume of their classic stories, from The Sunday Post, revisits the fun-filled days of the 1960s. Once again the exceptional artistic talent of Dudley D.Watkins is showcased and vitality of his artwork really brings these much-loved characters to life.
This is a hilarious collection of comics featuring the outrageous Simpson family. Packed with the insane wit that has earned the TV show the Peabody Award and 10 Emmy Awards, "Simpsons Comic on Parade" is the perfect gift for the legions of loyal fans who just can't get enough of Marge, Homer, Lisa, Bart and little Maggie.
Dustin's priorities come into question when he neglects his Ninja training to spend time with his new motocross buddies. Meanwhile, Terramole wreaks havoc under the city and the evil Thunder Rangers plan their attack!
The ghost of Max Benbow, the music-hall star who haunts the TV station, is getting stroppy. Grandpa has a plan to lay him to rest, but he'll need his grandchildren to help him... Helping bridge the gap between picture and longer books, this is suitable for reluctant readers.