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Anyone know what these comics are worth

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I have 2 or 3 of these comics, been collecting dust for 16 years now(well read a few times) Mint no tears of scuffs or bends on paper. It is the comic which features all 7 original doctors and h…
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
I have 2 or 3 of these comics, been collecting dust for 16 years now(well read a few times)

Mint no tears of scuffs or bends on paper.

It is the comic which features all 7 original doctors and his companions and he meets the Mekon who puts on comic relief nose.

Its called the 199 Comic Relief special, dont have pics off hand, as they are at parents.
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
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Various items of merchandise have been sold to promote and raise money for Comic Relief. In 1991, The Totally Stonking, Surprisingly Educational And Utterly Mindboggling Comic Relief Comic was published by Fleetway. Conceived, plotted and edited by Neil Gaiman, Richard Curtis, Grant Morrison and Peter K. Hogan, it featured contributions from a vast array of British comics talent including Jamie Delano, Garth Ennis, Dave Gibbons, Mark Millar, Simon Bisley, Mark Buckingham, Steve Dillon, D'Israeli, Jamie Hewlett and Bryan Talbot (arguably Britain's most famous comics writer, Alan Moore, was not credited as working on the book having sworn never to work for Fleetway again, but was said[7] to have worked with partner Melinda Gebbie on her pages). The comic was unique in that it featured appearances by characters from across the spectrum of comics publishers, including Marvel and DC superheroes, Beano', Dandy, Eagle and Viz characters, Doctor Who, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, in addition to a cavalcade of British comedy figures (both real and fictional). These were all linked by the twin framing narratives of the Comic Relief night itself, and the tale of "Britain's meanest man" Sir Edmund Blackadder being persuaded to donate money to the event. The comic "sold out in minutes", raising over £40,000 for the charity, and is now a highly prized collectors' item.

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