Look-In Best of the 80's Hardcover @ Poundland!
Look-In Best of the 80's Hardcover @ Poundland!

Look-In Best of the 80's Hardcover @ Poundland!

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Could not resist! Amazon has this for £7.93. Found in Basingstoke Poundland.

"Look-in: The Best of the Eighties" is a collection of some of the most memorable and nostalgic picture strip stories, interviews and features to have appeared in the top kids' magazine of the decade.Also referred to as the "Junior TVTimes", "Look-in" was first published in 1971 and ran all the way through to 1994. During the 1980s, the magazine was at its peak, changing its cover design in 1981 to use photographs rather than the old artwork, but retaining the picture strips that everyone loved so much.As well as picture story strips based on TV shows like "Robin of Sherwood" or "Dangermouse", the eighties' "Look-in" featured the stories of pop stars in picture strips - "Duran Duran", "Wham!", "Bucks Fizz", "Madness", "Bros", "A-ha", and many more.In addition, the magazine offered behind-the-scenes glimpses of kids' favourite TV shows, interviews with pop, sport, TV and movie stars, pin-ups, quizzes and features on everything from skateboarding and BMX to popular science.Of course, the magazine continued to list broadcast highlights specifically of interest to kids for all of the different ITV regions, continuing to earn its ranking as the "Junior TV Times" and making itself an indispensable item in households all over the UK!


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I am sure i used to read this back in the 80s, have some heat

can confirm this was in the Southend branch too

They had a yellow cover one aswell in the king's lynn one aswell with man about the house on the cover lol

This one


La-la-la-la-la Look In!!! I used to get this in the 70's. Fonzie was on the cover quite a lot.

Now there's a blast from the past! can't go wrong for a quid.

Good find.

Also available in the Bristol Broadmead branch.

still got a few look-in's in my loft. might pick this up for nostalgia

Bought one of these from Cannock Poundland a few weeks ago. Good nostalgic read.

Have some heat for two reasons

a) Retroness
b) Surviving poundland in Basingstoke. Its a jungle in there.

sheffield has them!
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