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12) Norman Boyd  Male
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Sunday, 10 December 2017 04:50 PM Write a comment

I was following a bit of research and saw my name on your site. I'm so proud to have done my little bit to promote Jack whose work I loved.
Thanks for sharing so much fun!
Norman
11) Peter Sanders  Male
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London Location
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Monday, 9 October 2017 08:34 AM Write a comment

November 26th (2017) marks the 40th anniversary of the last strip of Jack's Record Mirror output.
The strip, Parodies Lost, is on our site, of course.
New JEO stuff will be appearing on our site to celebrate. Please use this guestbook to share your memories.
10) John Davis 
Location:
Plymouth, Devon Location
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Monday, 3 July 2017 01:47 PM Write a comment

Sorry, just noticed a post from Jonathan Coe who wrote the fantastic The Rotter's Club who was also a fan of Jack's. I see I'm in excellent company.
9) John Davis 
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Plymouth, UK Location
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Monday, 3 July 2017 01:42 PM Write a comment

Was just going through old folders of cuttings I made in 1974/75 from Disc magazine and found a bunch of full page strips that I kept that I totally forgot about about. I was cleatly a fan when I was 16/17 years old, and on re-reading them I can see why, am laughing all over again, am loving Mad Microbes again. Wish I'd kept more of Jack's strips. Thank you Jack.
8) Peter Sanders 
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London Location
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Sunday, 18 June 2017 09:17 PM Write a comment

It's amazing how many people have contacted me to say they still have old JEO cuttings from, well, 40 years ago, and they still treasure them.
The last published episode was November 26th, 1977, so it will soon be the anniversary.
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