Comic strip dfc
The DFC - Wikipedia
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The DFC was a weekly British children's anthology comic, published by David Fickling Books The first issue was published at the end of May The title stood for "David Fickling Comic".
Its successor, The Phoenix, launched on 7 January Unlike the vast majority of comics in the current market, The DFC was funded.
Description:Come Christmas, - when the usual batch of articles bemoaning a lack of suitable comics gift ideas for younger readers rear their predictable heads - remember the books of the DFC Library; they make a perfect introduction to the wonderful world of the comic strip for the uninitiated junior audience! The talk was aimed at potential buyers and editors rather than artists. Playground politics combine with dark conspiracies in a strip which can be succinctly described as Grange Hill meets The Transfomers. Good Dog, Bad Dog is a madcap detective comedy with a canine twist. The comic comes within a distinctive DFC envelope which, once the rubbery glue is easily removed from the flap, is ideal for collectors to store the issue in. However it does make the comic invisible unless one chances across the website or hears of it through the media. Enough of the packaging.