Hi from Spain Brian! He He...Well I,ve discovered a drop of blood on the "smile" badge... (in a "watchmen" way...) and another one... with the form of a... crab(?) and some letters inside... "FSM" maybe... All of them in the Ernest Errol Quinch´s chest...Mmm... this could be an interesting play for your blog, Brian, he he he... We only need a good prize... ;)Bye!!
Congratulations José from Avilés Spain. You're right. The FSM is the emblem of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster whose followers call themselves Pastafarians. http://www.venganza.org/Your prize, José, is an all expenses trip to Northern Spain. All you have to do is send me all your bank account details and passwords!
GREAT!!! Thanks!!!! (HeHe...) :D
Ah, another one of your gorgeous illustrations that I spent hours and hours studying as a teenager! Always loved Anderson's wicked sideways grin at Hershey up at the top there. You're an inspiration Mr Bolland.
I always figured she was reading Hershey...it's Hershey's thoughts that make her smile. My take anyway.
Oh yes - I remember this awesome cover, if was brilliant to see 2000AD produced in the American format and I think I bought all the issues even though I had the originals!I don't think the USA ever really recovered from it's first hit of "Thrill Power" :-D