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by Don Harley,Frank Hampson


Dan Dare was first published in the British comic The Eagle in April 1950, and was last published as an ongoing series in 1996 - although Dan had . Book contains Reign Of The Robots 1957 and Ship that Lived 1958.

Dan Dare was first published in the British comic The Eagle in April 1950, and was last published as an ongoing series in 1996 - although Dan had undergone more than a few changes by then. Series: Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future. 3 page abridged Eagle article on courage.

Dan Dare to the Rescue (Table of Contents: 1). foreword, introduction, preface, afterword, 1 page (report information). Reign of the Robots (Table of Contents: 2). Dan Dare, comic story, 95 pages (report information).

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Classic Dan Dare: Classic Dan Dare Reign of the Robots (Hardback). Hampson, Frank/ Harley, Don (Illustrator). Published by Titan Books Ltd, United Kingdom (2008). Published by Titan Books (2008).

Dan Dare: The First Story (variously referred to as Pilot of the Future, The Venus Story or Voyage to Venus). 2 December 1955 to 15 February 1957. Drawn by Frank Hampson and Don Harley. Volume 1, Number 1 Volume 2, Number 25. 14 April 1950 to 28 September 1951. Volume 8, Number 8 Volume 9, Number 4. 22 February 1957 to 24 January 1958 The Ship that Lived. Volume 9, Number 5 Volume 9, Number 16.

By Frank Hampson and Don Harley. By Frank Hampson and Don Harley

By Frank Hampson and Don Harley. Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future, returns! From the pages of the British comic Eagle, this is perhaps the. By Frank Hampson and Don Harley. Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future, returns! From the pages of the British comic Eagle, this is perhaps the most seminal adventure of one of Britain's best-loved characters! Dan, Lex, Digby, Flamer and new friend Stripey return from saving the Crypts - ten years after they departed! But in their absence, Earth has been conquered by the mysterious Elektrobots! It all points to an old enemy, the Mekon - and a thrilling showdown!

When Marcus Morris and Frank Hampson created Eagle at the end of the .

When Marcus Morris and Frank Hampson created Eagle at the end of the 1940s, British boys and girls were still living under rations. Daniel Tatarsky tells how Dan Dare's bold colours and dashing storylines captured the hearts of a generation. Don Harley, who followed Bellamy in 1960 was generally regarded as the best ‘copier’ of the Hampson Dare.

Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future is a 1986 video game by Virgin Games for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and Commodore 64 home computer systems. It is based on the classic British comic strip Dan Dare. The Commodore 64 version was considerably different in gameplay to the ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC versions.

Dan Dare Pilot of the Future. Dan Dare Pilot of the Future.

Dashing test pilot, Dan Dare, Lieutenant Digby and the Eagle Corporation’s Professor Jocelyn Peabody finally .

Dashing test pilot, Dan Dare, Lieutenant Digby and the Eagle Corporation’s Professor Jocelyn Peabody finally return to Earth after battling The Mekon on Venus. Landing in a seemingly deserted central London, they establish that, with the date being 24th June 2045, they have lost ten years. The task becomes more desperate than ever when they discover the alien force behind the invasion.

It’s chocks away once again as Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future, returns! First published in classic British comic Eagle, this is perhaps the most seminal adventure of one of Britain’s best-loved characters, presented in a gorgeous library edition.Dan, Lex, Digby, Flamer and new friend Stripey return from saving the Crypts — ten years after they departed! But in their absence, Earth has been conquered by the mysterious Elektrobots! Now Dan and his crew must liberate the people of Earth! But who is the Elektrobots’ master? And what of the even more advanced Selektrobots? The answer points to an old enemy — and a thrilling showdown!Featuring a bonus feature on Frank Hampson’s The Road of Courage, this is a must!

Reign of the Robots (Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1845764142

ISBN: 1845764145

Author: Don Harley,Frank Hampson

Category: Graphic Novels

Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Language: English

Publisher: Titan Books (May 27, 2008)

Pages: 112 pages

ePUB size: 1325 kb

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Classic Dan Dare: The Reign of the Robots (Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future)
Way back in 1950ish as a small lad I awaited each Saturday for the newsagent to open. That was when my copy of Eagle came in from England. I particularly loved space things and of course Dan Dare. I did have a complete collection of copies I had bought, but alas gave them to a children's ward at the local hospital when I was 14. Now at last I can relive the adventures of Dan and the Space Fleet via these excellent books.
This story follows on from the epic adventure that sees Dan defeat the Phants. On return to earth he finds all is not well and his arch enemy, the Mekon, is up to no good. Well of course Dan wins what else?Hardly a spoiler. But 2 important things about this episode need to be stated.
First, as I recall this was the last Dan Dare I read. Second I am told that one Terry Nation was also a Dan Dare fan. Now for those of you who come from another dimension, Nation's great contribution to the world was The Daleks and their inventor Davros.
In this Dan Dare story I see a direct link between the wizened Davros in his little carriage and the Mekon on his . Also the remorseless robots of the Mekon are to me the prototype Daleks.
That aside this is a cracking yarn. Enjoy.
Envias
Classic Dan Dare: The Reign of the Robots (Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future)
Way back in 1950ish as a small lad I awaited each Saturday for the newsagent to open. That was when my copy of Eagle came in from England. I particularly loved space things and of course Dan Dare. I did have a complete collection of copies I had bought, but alas gave them to a children's ward at the local hospital when I was 14. Now at last I can relive the adventures of Dan and the Space Fleet via these excellent books.
This story follows on from the epic adventure that sees Dan defeat the Phants. On return to earth he finds all is not well and his arch enemy, the Mekon, is up to no good. Well of course Dan wins what else?Hardly a spoiler. But 2 important things about this episode need to be stated.
First, as I recall this was the last Dan Dare I read. Second I am told that one Terry Nation was also a Dan Dare fan. Now for those of you who come from another dimension, Nation's great contribution to the world was The Daleks and their inventor Davros.
In this Dan Dare story I see a direct link between the wizened Davros in his little carriage and the Mekon on his . Also the remorseless robots of the Mekon are to me the prototype Daleks.
That aside this is a cracking yarn. Enjoy.
Goldcrusher
Book contains Reign Of The Robots 1957 and Ship that Lived 1958. 3 page abridged Eagle article on courage. 2 page Who's Who. All comics in color.
Goldcrusher
Book contains Reign Of The Robots 1957 and Ship that Lived 1958. 3 page abridged Eagle article on courage. 2 page Who's Who. All comics in color.
Jode
... And a money for value reminiscence of a golden age in comics/graphic novels and SF. Dan Dare was hugely influential, is a lot of fun, totally engrossing, and I'm glad he's been resurrected!
Jode
... And a money for value reminiscence of a golden age in comics/graphic novels and SF. Dan Dare was hugely influential, is a lot of fun, totally engrossing, and I'm glad he's been resurrected!