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NotesThis compilation comes from Comet, a British weekly. In this case, numbers 247 - 273, 1953. The Flying Saucer Mystery was cover featured and The Grey Ghost story was 2 pages per week on interior pages.
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   By crashryan
"The Flying Saucer Mystery" is terrific fun. Things really get crazy after Dick discovers the underground moon city. I can't get over how hardware-happy British s-f comics are. No matter who the publisher is, the writers seem to revel in inventing moon rockets, heli-jets, gyro-globes, etc. for their artists to draw. And the artists are usually up to the task. The artist here is a bit weak on figures, but his machinery is right up there. British comics spawned so many hardware geniuses including Frank Hampson, Ron Turner, and Bill Lacey--guys with imaginations that just wouldn't quit. In the USA I think only Jack Kirby approached British comics' enthusiasm for cranking out new, ever-wilder machinery.
 
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