King Comics (UK magazine)
|Country/language:||United Kingdom / English|
|Publishing company:||L.Miller & Son Ltd.|
|Issues:||14 + 1|
King Comic(s) was a British comic magazine published in 1954.
The first comic book from England that included Mandrake the Magician was King Comic (changed to King Comics from issue 9), published by L.Miller & Son Ltd. London in 1954. The comics reprinted a wide range of syndicated Sunday strips from King Features Syndicate. The series was only short-lived with a total of 14 editions published every Wednesday from May 5 to August 4, 1954 (from issue 8) the date on the cover was for the Saturday of the "week ending"). There was also published a King Comic Annual issue. Cover price was 6d and they had 26 pages each plus the wrap-around glossy cover.
King Comic (May 5, 1954 - June 26, 1954)
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King Comics (July 3, 1954 - September 8, 1954 )
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King Comic Annual
|Mandrake publications in the United Kingdom|
|As back-up title|
|Mandrake publications by country|
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