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Ken Reid's Faceache part 2 -mid 70's
Faceache - Ken Reid. Buster
Faceache vs Hexmass
The second was of course Faceache – the long-running strip that began in JET and transferred to BUSTER when it absorbed JET. The first two episodes were ...
Faceache cellar-brates Eekmas, British weekly style.
Looking at the early Ken Reid's Faceache... Buster ...
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The first appearance of "Faceache" in Buster and JET (Buster Issue 580)
Faceache really fitted in well when Buster and Monster Fun joined. Bringing other horror fun characters. You can see that Ken still drew two halves ...
Before Faceache - Ken Reid, the Power Comics Years Part 1.
Monday, December 8, 2014
Faceache - Ken Reid. Buster Christmas 1977
An unthinkable development took place in 1976: when Monster Fun was merged into Buster, Faceache was dropped and replaced by Ken Reid's Martha's Monster ...
Ken Reid's Faceache at Belmonte School -late 70's part 3. Buster and Monster Fun 2nd July 1977
Not as well-known as Leo Baxendale (some of who's strips he took over), I'd say Reid was better; not least for the queasy aura of violence and bodily trauma ...
Anyway, I shan't keep you waiting a moment longer, so here is his last page! There is, however, one more Faceache strip by Ken Reid ...
Buster and Jet 26th January 1974
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We don't meet him in this first Christmas episode: And here's how Faceache ...
An unthinkable development took place in 1976: when Monster Fun was merged into Buster, Faceache was dropped and replaced by Ken Reid's Martha's Monster ...
The first appearance of "Faceache" in JET Issue One, cover dated 1st May
buster and Cor!! 7th June 1975. Also Faceache ...
Faceache - Ken Reid. Christmas Buster 1980
Faceache original artwork (1971) by Ken Reid for Buster Xmas issue 1971. The Chef's apprentice at The Ritz overcooks the Xmas pud to prune size and ...
Buster 22nd Sept 1979
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The second Halloween tale of Faceache can be found in BUSTER issue of 31 October 1981. The two stories were drawn a few years apart, and the second one ...
FACEACHE CHRISTMASES: PART ONE
What a genuine treasure this Ken Reid Faceache collection is. Thanks and congratulations to Rebellion and the Treasury of British Comics for putting it ...
Faceache - Ken Reid. Christmas Buster 1982
The Christmas of 1977 was the last that Faceache spent at home in the company of his bad-tempered Dad (who sometimes looked a bit more cheery and emotional ...
Faceache - Ken Reid. Buster 1067 [1981-06-20]
Headmaster sends Faceache for 7 days to Bleak Rock Island on a one-boy survival course. Mr. Snipe gets an assignment to go together.
Along with Jonah, Faceache is my fave Ken Reid komic karachter!
Below is the chronological sequence of Faceache Christmas episodes from 1979 till 1986:
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Below is the chronological sequence of Faceache Christmas episodes from 1979 till 1986:
Cover artwork: various artists
Alan Moore to introduce new Ken Reid “Faceache” collection
Jonah - Ken Reid. Beano 1962
We don't see dialogue from characters being different much these days in comics...like the way Stan Lee wrote for his Marvel characters.
I'm sure that most people reading this blog will regard Ken Reid as one of the greatest comic artists that ever lived. In fact I can't imagine anyone not ...
A selection from Ken Reid's work from The Beano and The Dandy
A modern look to Ken Reid's popular character Faceache, by Joe Matthews.
The strip before had an extra half a row of space making all the difference. In Buster this also effected the adventure strips having less space to tell a ...
P.S. - Have you noticed that the actual front cover differs from the version used in the various online articles and blogposts that promoted the book when ...
(By the way, the Faceache in this particular issue wasn't by Ken Reid but was written by Dez Skinn and drawn by Keith Robson.)
Below is the chronological sequence of Faceache Christmas episodes from 1979 till 1986:
... Reg Parlett (Buster, Kid Gloves, Rent a Ghost), Leo Baxendale (Snooper, Bluebottle and Basher) and Ken Reid (Faceache, Martha's Monster Makeup).
The news that 2000AD and Judge Dredd Meagzine publisher Rebellion has bought Egmont's classic comic archive certainly gotten a lot of comics fans into a ...
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I like nearly everything about the book: introductions by Alan Moore and Ken's son Antony are an entertaining read and offer some fresh insights; ...
... very few strips had anything to do with the summer holiday's. However, this Blub the Sub strip showed that our pathetic pal really didn't get along ...
Peter Gray's Comics and Art: Looking at the early Ken Reid's Faceache.
But I'll add Faceache had to put up with his angry mood swinging Dad! Quite a dark relationship! Almost Dickens type characters.. Buster 12th September 1981
Ken Reid's SUB
BIOLOGICAL BLUNDERS SERIES BY KEN REID
... Faceache (drawn by Ken Reid)!. Specky Hector's Totally Crucial History of Buster Comic very briefly summed up 30 years of the "world's greatest comic".
Creepy Creations. Creepy Creations. Ken Reid
Peter Gray's Comics and Art: Ken Reid's Faceache at Belmonte School -late 70's part 3
Buster's Dream World: Angel Nadal (artist)
Faceache: Ken Reid (artist)
... showcasing what a strong comic Buster was in this period. Numerous funnies include pages from Leo Baxendale (Clever Dick, Snooper), Ken Reid ( Faceache, ...
Ken Reid's City Hobgoblins
SMASH! No.36 8th October 1966
Ken Reid passed away in March 1987, in the middle of drawing a Faceache strip. We have never seen a cartoonist quite as unique as Ken, and we probably never ...
World Wide Weirdies original artwork (1975) by Ken Reid for Whoopee! May 24 1975 'The Shock Rock Of Gibraltar' Indian ink on cartridge paper. 12 x 11 ins
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At this time the stories were longer sometimes running into weeks..the two parter above is brilliant as it goes on and on and on...I don't have the next ...
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One of Ken's funniest episodes of The Nervs.
Faceache: Ken Reid (artist)
Faceache: Ken Reid (artist)
Faceache: Ken Reid (artist)
Ken Reid collected book form edition Irmantas Povilaika volume 1
World Wide Weirdies original artwork (1975) by Ken Reid for Whoopee! May 24 1975 'The Shock Rock Of Gibraltar' Indian ink on cartridge paper. 12 x 11 ins
Robert Nixon also re-drew another Frankie Stein episode by Ken Reid/Walter Thorburn in SHIVER AND SHAKE issue No. 6. Check out my earlier post HERE (scroll ...
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Mr. Snipe only has one can of beans but his tin opener is in the pack that's left on Headmaster's boat. Mr. Snipe discards the beans but Fecache picks up ...
Leo Baxendale's Sweeney Toddler
Buster's Diary: Reg Parlett (artist)
Faceache: Ken Reid (artist)
That aside, it's an excellent volume, a must for every Ken Reid/Faceache fan! I very much hope it does well in the bookstores and Rebellion find it worth ...
I was inspired by Lew's post and the extra large panel of Fatty from the Nervs with his eyes popping out through his glasses!!!
... Ken Reid, Faceache had the ability to 'SCRUNGE' his appearance into all manner of gargoylesque visages and he was one of the best characters in Buster ...
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For many of us, Ken Reid's work reached its hilariously manic best with Jonah and Roger the Dodger for The Beano in the 1950s and then in the 1960s for the ...
Faceache: Ken Reid (artist)
Whatever the reason, we're lucky that they did. Ken Reid's distinctive brand of humour was essential for comics!
Robert Nixons Monster Fun holiday special cover..Kid Kong Just lovely the paint work. A very skilled steady hand.
Jan 28 On this day, 28 January 1978: Buster and Monster Fun
An uncharacteristic half-page panel from the first episode of Jasper.
Toy Boy: Terry Bave (artist)
The 8 pages of Frankie Stein by Ken Reid reprinted in the annual are taken from WHAM! issues 50, 72, 83, 84, 109, 31, 152 and 53 (listed here in the order ...