I adored reading the British 'funnies' comics in my younger days. Were you (or are you) a reader of any of the famous titles that used to adorn our newsagent's shelves in the latter half of the 20th century? There would be at least a dozen titles of comical anthology comics each week to choose from and each would contain around a dozen different character comic strips within. Most of them were published either by D.C. Thomson Ltd., IPC/Fleetway, Polystyle, Odhams and other smaller press publishers. I've compiled a list of the funnies The Beano (1938 -current) The Dandy (1938-2012) BeanoMAX (20072013) The Beezer (19561993) Buster (19602000) Cheeky Weekly (19771980) Classics from the Comics (19962010) Cor!! (19701974) The Dandy (19372012) Film Fun (19201962) Jackpot (19791982) Krazy (19761978) Monster Fun (19751976) Nutty (19801985) Oink! (19861988) Plug (19771979) Poot! (1985current) School Fun (19831984) Shiver and Shake (19731974) Smut (1989current) Sonic the Comic (19932002) The Topper (19531993) Toxic (2002-current) TV Comic (19511984) Viz (1979current) Wham! (19641968) Whizzer and Chips (19691990) Whoopee! (19741985) Wow! (19821983) Zit (19912002) The Beano had characters which became British institutions such as Dennis the Menace, Minnie the Minx, The Bash Street Kids, The Numskulls, Roger the Dodger, Billy Whizz, Lord Snooty, Little Plum, etc. The Dandy had Desperate Dan, Korky the Cat, Pocket Grandpa, Corporal Clott, Bully Beef and Chips, The Jocks and the Geordies, etc. Were you a reader of any of them as a kid, have any collections been passed down to you from a relation or were they something you discovered yourself in the 20th century and now become a fan of collecting back issues, tracking them down in second-hand bookshops, charity shops, car boot sales, jumble sales, eBay, or whatever?