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FIREBALL

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Full Name: Fireball
Nationality: British
Organization: British Intelligence
Occupation Agent

Creator: Neville Wilson
Time Span: 1976 - 1976

ABOUT THE SERIES

       Fireball is a freelance agent.
       Though we first meet him as he answers an urgent call from MI5 for assistance and he will work for them again, he truly is a freelancer available for hire to anyone who has a need and can fulfill one of his primary requirements, as shown below. In what looks like a business card shown on the first adventure, a lot of what Fireball is all about is described in just a handful of words:
              "Fireball For Hire
              Mysteries solved ...
              Problems licked ...
              Lost things found ...
              Crooks straightened out ...
              anytime ... any place
              But ... Only Dangerous Jobs Accepted"
       We are also shown that he is an excitement junkie by the tagline, "He thrives on thrills, he lives for danger,he's Fireball".
       Considering the impressive number of recorded adventures there are about this extremely active man, it is bizarre, to say the least, to admit that his real name is never revealed. Fireball is the nickname he prefers and the only one we ever hear used for him.
       What drives this still quite young man with a handsome physique, thick mustache, and daredevil attitude to answer his lust for danger is unknown but how he came to be able to survive his constant placing of his life on the line is known.
       As a young child, Fireball became an orphan when his parents died in a car crash, the cause of which remained a mystery for quite a long time. With apparently no other relatives to take him in, Fireball became the ward of Lord Peter Flint, a wealthy member of the British aristocracy who a couple decades before had constantly put his own live in danger performing an incredible number of secret missions behind enemy lines during WWII. It was from the now much older Flint that he became an expert in firearms of all shapes and lengths, learned to be a black belt in several martial arts, and was taught how to survive in a variety of environments with little more than his wits as his tools.


       Making his life more dangerous still and yet vastly more interesting is the beautiful Catriona Klansberg, aka 'The Cat', a die-hard criminal that Fireball finds himself going up against on several occasions and inevitably defeating, though always unwilling to see her apprehended.
     Another interesting and quite deadly repeat opponent is the blind criminal mastermind Faldo Reburg, the son of a major criminal gang leader who has surpassed his father's level of expertise and avarice.

COMIC BOOKS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS

Number of Stories:158
First Appearance:1976
Last Appearance:1976

1 Trouble With The Trap On Trondjann Island Trouble With The Trap On Trondjann Island
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #001, 02/14/1976.
Fireball is going 140mph in a stock car race when an urgent call for help from MI5 comes in. One of their agents is trapped in Norway with vital intel and Fireball is needed to go there to rescue him and the information. No sooner does he arrive but he is almost killed to keep him from reaching the man. Even more interesting is the fact that the agent he finally meets up with is a fake!
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2 Trouble With The New World Order Trouble With The New World Order
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #002, 02/21/1976.
A friend of Fireball's Uncle Peter needs him locating his grown son. The man had taken up with a crowd who called themselves The Brotherhood of Order which wants to "put the world to rights with hard living and discipline". It is lead by a man calling himself Colonel Sparta but Fireball recognizes him as a well-known conman.
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3 Trouble With The Celebration In Lasutoland Trouble With The Celebration In Lasutoland
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #003, 02/28/1976.[plot unknown]
"On the big trouble train in the jungles of Africa." An old college friend of Fireball is Zimba, the new President of Lasutoland, who has invited Fireball to the Independence Day celebration in that country. Lucky for Zimba because Fireball is there to save his life with fighter planes involved in the festivities decide to strafe the dais. Matters get worse when it learned that the leader's son has been kidnapped by rebel forces.
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4 Trouble With A Phony Corpse In Bavaria Trouble With A Phony Corpse In Bavaria
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #004, 03/06/1976.
"An invitation [to Fireball] from an old friend to join him skiing in the Bavarian Alps soon has [him] hot-footing it to Germany". He learns that his friend had died in a car accident but the body in the morgue is definitely not his friend. The questions then are who is the deceased and where is his friend?
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5 Trouble With The Lost Athenian Athlete Trouble With The Lost Athenian Athlete
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #005, 03/13/1976.
"Guns, Gliding and Gangsters in Greece for Fireball." According to Fireball, there is no better spot for hand-gliding than the mountains of Greece. His trip is interrupted by a request for help from an old friend, Professor Stavros, who needs assistance. He tells of a rich American on a yacht searching the seas for a  priceless small silver statue called the Athenian Athlete. Since the item really belongs to the people of Greece, Fireball is asked to investigate.
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6 Trouble With The Cat And The Professor Trouble With The Cat And The Professor
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #006, 03/20/1976.
Fireball is impressed and a bit flattered when he receives a package which contains an excellent bust of his handsome image. He is less pleased when reading the note he is told it is "made of plastic explosive and will detonate in ten seconds". It is signed The Cat. It is just the first warning for him to refuse an upcoming request from MI5 to guard a Professor Chalmers.
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7 Trouble With The Duplicate Fireball Trouble With The Duplicate Fireball
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #007, 03/27/1976.
"Urgent - Bank Robbery S.W.1 - 2 Policemen Killed - One Robber Identified As Fireball - Arrest Immediately" That was the police bulletin and plenty of witnesses back it up. Fireball knows it is a frame but since he has no alibi, it will fall to him to find who was the real culprit and bring him to justice.
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8 Trouble With A Matter Of A Little Coup Trouble With A Matter Of A Little Coup
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #008, 04/03/1976.
The trip to the small Caribbean island nation to visit a friend, President Algarve, turns dangerous for Fireball when he arrives to learn that a coup has deposed the leader and "any friend of Algarve is an enemy of the new regime", as evidenced by the visit with a firing squad.
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9 Trouble With The Museum Of Death Trouble With The Museum Of Death
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #009, 04/10/1976.
Returning home for the evening, Fireball finds a note from Catriona advising getting lots of life insurance because he is soon to die. This is backed up by a small man with a deadly blowgun. The assault is followed up with an invitation to an exhibition of Japanese arts and armor but, of course, that is a trap. And it is not the last.
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10 Trouble With The Corn Merchant of Death Trouble With The Corn Merchant of Death
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #010, 04/17/1976.
"A fiery death for Fireball?" Flying over a cornfield being set afire by a gang gets Fireball fired upon. Now very curious as to why, he learns that farmers in the area who do not sell their crops to corn merchant Mike Lorenzo find their produce getting destroyed. Fireball now has even more reasons for going up against the man than just a wrecked plane.
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11 Trouble With The Dragon Tong Trouble With The Dragon Tong
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #011, 04/24/1976.
"Fireball has 10 heartbeats to live!" Standing on a balcony while attending a fancy party at the home of rich Ho Chin, Fireball is surprised by an assailant who tries "to part [his] hair with a hatchet". He is helping his old mate, Superintendent Tim Bradley of the Hong Kong Police to "winkle out the 'Mr. Big' behind a drugs-smuggling racket.
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12 Trouble With The Plane Crash In Borneo Trouble With The Plane Crash In Borneo
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #012, 05/01/1976.
"Big Bandit Trouble In Borneo" That is what awaits Fireball as he answers the request for help from a wealthy man who is convinced his son is still alive after a plane crash in the jungles of Borneo. The man dreamed his offspring had survived and he wants Fireball to confirm it. This will involve fighting vicious creatures from hungry crocodiles to the bandits holding the son for ransom
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13 Trouble With The Treasure In The Castle Trouble With The Treasure In The Castle
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #013, 05/08/1976.
Returning to his apartment with a friend, Fireball was surprised to find a waiting Catriona and enough goons to make sure he is whisked off to Austria. There 200 years ago a Count hid all his treasure at the end of a much booby-trapped passage beneath a castle. The Cat wants Fireball to survive those traps or die trying.
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14 Trouble With The Armored Truck Thefts Trouble With The Armored Truck Thefts
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #014, 05/15/1976.
Fireball happens upon the armored truck of his friend Art as the man was en route a delivery. That is interrupted an ambush disables the vehicle and the cargo is robbed. Art asks Fireball to help prove he is not the inside man tipping off the thieves to the itinerary.
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15 Trouble With The Ransom Robbery In Rio Trouble With The Ransom Robbery In Rio
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #015, 05/22/1976.
Attending a soccer match, Fireball is handed a newspaper containing a check for £1 million, making him certain someone wants him to be the go-between to pay the ransom for a man held in Brazil. Behind the scenes, Fireball's Uncle Pete is scheming that his ward can find a way to rescue the man and save the ransom as well as strike a blow against Flint's old WWII enemy, Gruber.
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16 Trouble With The Rio Revenge Ploy Trouble With The Rio Revenge Ploy
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #016, 05/29/1976.
Still in Rio but this time on the hunt for deadly master criminal Faldo Reburg, son of Peter Flint's old nemesis Gruber, Fireball is instead the hunted as the blind Reburg wants to use Fireball as revenge for his father's treatment.
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17 Trouble With The Hidden Treasure Trail Trouble With The Hidden Treasure Trail
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #017, 06/05/1976.
"Big trouble on the hidden treasure trail." Bill Busker was one of Fireball's favorite musicians and an old friend, a one-man-band working the streets for tips. He is given a coin in his hat which Fireball discovers is an 18th century doubloon that can be opened and inside it is a note saying "Treasure here at sunset June 6th". As the two ponder this oddity, Catriona and two armed goons show up at the cafe they were at and take the coin back at gunpoint.
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18 Trouble With The Crooked Crook Catcher Trouble With The Crooked Crook Catcher
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #018, 06/12/1976.
"A dead man is found in Fireball's flat and the chief suspect is Fireball!" It is a fake crime, though, to get Fireball placed in prison to be close to a convict who was part of a series of large scale robberies. The plan is to allow them to escape and follow the con to the stolen loot.
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19 Trouble With The Taken Nuclear Bomb Trouble With The Taken Nuclear Bomb
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #019, 06/19/1976.
When Russians find the pendant that Fireball usually wears around his neck at the site where one of their nuclear weapons was stolen, they send operatives to England to kidnap him to smuggle him to the USSR for questioning. Unfortunately for Fireball, the pendant had been stolen from him several days before and he has no idea of any missing nuke.
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20 Trouble With The Mystery In The Castle Of Secrets Trouble With The Mystery In The Castle Of Secrets
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #020, 06/26/1976.
Preece of MI5 calls Fireball to his office to show him a large bottle of wine on the label of which has micro dots containing the exact locations of top-secret N.A.T.O. missile sites. The bottle was in a consignment on its way to the the Slobodian Embassy in London. Preece wants Fireball to find the leak and plug it.
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21 Trouble With The Stolen Modern Masterpiece Trouble With The Stolen Modern Masterpiece
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #021, 07/03/1976.
Fireball receives an urgent call from Professor Gray at the Gallery of Modern Art. Joseph Brasque, a great collector of modern art, died recently leaving his entire collection to the Gallery. Unfortunately the most valuable painting in the collection is missing and Fireball is asked to recover it.
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22 Trouble With The Missing Mountie Trouble With The Missing Mountie
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #022, 07/10/1976.
While visiting Canada, Fireball decides to drop in for a visit with his old Mountie mate, Corporal Jack MacDonald. When he shows up at the remote site where his friend is stationed, he is greeted with rifle fire and a missing friend.
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23 Trouble With The Snatched Ballet Star Trouble With The Snatched Ballet Star
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #023, 07/17/1976.
Fireball is reluctantly attending a ballet with a lovely lady when his boredom is relieved as two hooded figures swing onto the stage to snatch the male lead in the production, the great Nurinskaya. The Cat is naturally behind the kidnapping.
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24 Trouble With The Games Sabotage, Part 1 Trouble With The Games Sabotage, Part 1
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #024, 07/24/1976.
Sabotage at the lighting ceremony of the [Olympics] Games is followed by a radio extortion demanding $50 million or the sabotage would ruin the events. When the payment is not made, accidents start happening. Fireball is asked to smoke out the perpetrator.
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25 Trouble With The Games Sabotage, Part 2 Trouble With The Games Sabotage, Part 2
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #025, 07/31/1976.
Fireball is now hot on the pursuit of the man behind the Olympic sabotage and extortion which will mean breaking into the heavily guarded headquarters of the mastermind.
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26 Trouble With The Eccentric Financiers Trouble With The Eccentric Financiers
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #026, 08/07/1976.
A Scottish island has been purchased by "a group who have rejected today's world and have reverted to Victorian times". Several of them rank at the top of Britain's top financiers. The son of one of them fears that someone is extorting his father so wants Fireball to investigate. Some on the island do not like his incursion and want to show their unhappiness.
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27 Trouble With The Crooks Convention Trouble With The Crooks Convention
Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #027, 08/14/1976.
Dropping in (literally) to visit his Uncle Pete, Fireball is surprised when he is asked to take a 'vacation' on St. Kitts. Pete tells Fireball that on that Caribbean island several dangerous escapees from American prisons have been spotted there and the worry is that they were broken out to take part in a major caper.
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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #102, 01/21/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #103, 01/28/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #104, 02/04/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #105, 02/11/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #106, 02/18/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #107, 02/25/1978.[plot unknown]

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Published in Bullet #108, 03/04/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #109, 03/11/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #110, 03/18/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #111, 03/25/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #112, 04/01/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #113, 04/08/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #114, 04/15/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #115, 04/22/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #116, 04/29/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #117, 05/06/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #118, 05/13/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #119, 05/20/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #120, 05/27/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #121, 06/03/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #122, 06/10/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #123, 06/17/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #124, 06/24/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #125, 07/01/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #126, 07/08/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #127, 07/15/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #128, 07/22/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #129, 07/29/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #130, 08/05/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #131, 08/12/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #132, 08/19/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #133, 08/26/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #134, 09/02/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #135, 09/09/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #136, 09/16/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #137, 09/23/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #138, 09/30/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #139, 10/07/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #140, 10/14/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #141, 10/21/1978.[plot unknown]

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Published in Bullet #142, 10/28/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #143, 11/04/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #144, 11/11/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #145, 11/18/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #146, 11/25/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #147, 12/02/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Warlord and Bullet #220-221, 12/09/1978 - 12/16/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Warlord and Bullet #222-223, 12/23/1978 - 12/30/1978.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Warlord and Bullet #224-225, 01/06/1979 - 01/13/1979.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Warlord and Bullet #226-227, 01/20/1979 - 01/27/1979.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Warlord and Bullet #228-229, 02/03/1979 - 02/10/1979.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Warlord and Bullet #230-231, 02/17/1979 - 02/24/1979.[plot unknown]

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Copyright: 1976

Published in Warlord and Bullet #232 and Warlord #233-251, 03/03/1979 - 07/14/1979.[plot unknown]

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Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #077-082, 07/30/1977 - 09/03/1977. - Young Fireball 1 - [plot unknown]

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Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #083-089, 09/10/1977 - 10/22/1977. - Young Fireball 2 - [plot unknown]

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Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #099-107, 12/31/1977 - 02/25/1978. - Young Fireball 3 - [plot unknown]

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Published by D C Thomson
Contributors: Unknown (writer and artist)
Copyright: 1976

Published in Bullet #108-116, 03/04/1978 - 04/29/1978. - Cadet Fireball 1 - [plot unknown]

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