BLISS STUDIO Einzelanfertigung: Double-Face Glasrahmenbild „FIREBALL XL5“, Comic 1965
Frontseite: „FIREBALL XL5“ Original Comic aus der Zeitschrift TV CENTURY 21 vom 4. Dezember 1965
Rückseite: „AQUA ANTICS“ Comic & „JOEY MONTANA“ Comic und weitere aus dem Jahre 1965
Handgemachter, weisser Holzrahmen, Weissglas, beidseitig hängbar
Diese Objekt ist ein Einzelstück.
Info (Wikipedia): TV Century 21, later renamed TV21 was a weekly British comic published by City Magazines during the latter half of the 1960s. It promoted the many science-fiction television series created by the Century 21 Productions company of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson. The comic was published in the style of a newspaper of the future, with the front page usually dedicated to fictional news stories set in the worlds of Fireball XL5, Stingray, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and other stories. It was published from 1965 to 1969 with a total of 242 issues.
Many of the leading British comic artists of the time worked for the publication, including Frank Bellamy (who drew two-page-spread adventures for Thunderbirds), John Cooper, Eric Eden, Ron and Gerry Embleton, Rab Hamilton, Don Harley, Richard E. Jennings, Mike Noble, Ron Turner, James and Keith Watson, and the duo of Vicente Alcazar and Carlos Pino under the pseudonym „Cervic“. Early copies of TV Century 21 are difficult to find, and attract high prices compared to nearly all other print material associated with Anderson’s work.