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Cor! Buster Bumper Fun Book

An omnibus collection of hilarious stories filled with laughs for kids of all ages!

LIST PRICE $18.99

All-ages omnibus featuring classic humour characters from yesteryear brought back with brand new stories from the top humour comics talent of today!

Britain's golden age of humour comics returns for the 21st century, with brand new stories by today’s top talents. Featuring characters like Kid Kong, Grimly Feendish, Faceache, and Frankie Stein are given new life in this compendium of hilarity by Neil Googe (The Flash), Cavan Scott (Doctor Who), Tom Paterson (The Beano, The Dandy), Shelli Paroline (Adventure Time) and Hilary Barta (DC Comics Plastic Man)!

Cavan Scott has written for a large number of high-profile series including Doctor Who, Star Wars, Pacific Rim, Vikings, Penguins of Madagascar, Skylanders, Adventure Time, Pathfinder, Angry Birds, Judge Dredd, Blake’s 7 and Warhammer 40,000. His credits include novels, comic books, children’s annuals and activity books, award-winning audio plays and short stories. He is currently writing Star Wars Adventures for IDW and Pacific Rim Aftermath for Legendary, and recently wrote TEKKEN and Vikings for Titan. His second Sherlock Holmes novel, Cry of the Innocents was published by Titan Books in September 2017. Cavan was one of the 2016 World Book Day authors, his Star Wars: Adventures in Wild Space – The Escape hitting the Number One spot in the UK book charts. In 2013, Who-ology, co-written with Mark Wright, was the first Doctor Who book to become a Sunday Times Bestseller in the UK. The popular writing team also won the 2014 Scribe Award for Best Audio for Blake’s 7: The Armageddon Storm.

"Accessible to new, younger readers but also has enough retro appeal that it leaves readers who remember these characters from their own childhoods satisfied" 

 

– Broken Frontier

" I would happily gift this issue to any child I know. It’s a great entry point for kids into comics, it doesn’t talk down to them, and the special pays tribute to its roots"

– Comicon.com

"Those who remember the originals should appreciate the nostalgia trip, and, perhaps, the revival will pick up a few younger fans as well."

– Women Write About Comics