Everyone has their favourite British comics. Here is my personal top ten which will hopefully bring back some great memories for OldnDazed readers…. I loved comics when I was a kid. Every Saturday morning I would go into the kitchen to see which ones dad had brought home.
Genesee Valley Aero Modelers. Indoor and Rubber powered aircraft supplies and Informational sites. Chicken Wings comics The folks at this site post many humorous aviation related comic strips, they have graciously given us permission to use some of them in our newsletter. Ted Williams An interesting site with a local connection is www. His new book of aircraft art is soon to be published. This is the place you've got to go.
Sorry about that! Getting parts seems to be one of the challenges when you own an old-timer. It is done!
Beginning as a humorous strip about nervous flying students exactly the situation in which Mosley, who had begun flying lessons in , found himself , ON THE WING had only modest success for its fourteen-week trial flight, but when the syndicate ordered its name changed to SMILIN' JACK, it began to assume the lively narrative form it was to maintain for the next 40 years. Mack Martin, the scared student-pilot, became Jack, grew a snappy little mustache, and acquired a suave smile that four decades of harrowing adventure were never completely to wipe off his handsome face. Jack became a commercial pilot whose delivery of goods and passengers carried him to the most remote places and called for an astonishing range of talents. Forever entangled with bizarre crooks and spies, the unflappable Jack prevailed through a combination of resourcefulness, skill, and luck.