lous delights. This was the very first Subby comic I ever bought,
but, 'though I enjoyed it, it would be two or three years before I
purchased another. (The first Annual of the series.)
home, eleven or twelve years before. Strange how the same image can
conjure up different memories, isn't it? Nowadays, when I look at the
TTA reprint, I think of the street I stayed in Southsea first, before
recalling the memory it summoned back then. Although, when I
look at Subby's original issue, my mind jumps straight back
to that front doorstep so very long ago.
erates in one direction. It's a bit of a mystery - or is it? Perhaps it's
only natural that some things remind us of past memories, but
not 'future' ones (if you know what I mean).
able to solve, but at least it keeps my mind occupied. Anyway, below
is the cover to the reprint, the contents of which were recoloured, but
followed the colour scheme of the original pretty faithfully. Marvel
had increased their comics' page count at this time, so also in-
cluded are the 'filler' pin-ups from the back of the mag.