Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Bananaman History - Bananamans First Christmas 1980

As a kid, Christmas never felt like Christmas until DC Thomson's Xmas comics came out (I'm still the same now). Nutty always done great Xmas covers during its run. Here is the first from 1980 where our hero has to help out a not too happy Santa.

Monday, 1 March 2010

Bananaman History - Supervillians 1980 Part 4

The final two supervillians of 1980 were a mixture of mistaken identity (Nutty Style) and something of a Super Chef Villian Italian style!....Enjoy

Spaghetti-Man - Nutty Issues: 33 and 34

Captain Crisp - Nutty Issues 43 and 44

Bananaman History - Nutty Front Covers Part 4

Nutty issue 41 was a major change not only did our hero appear on the back cover he would now get the honour of being the Nutty's permanent cover star. I have included both front and back covers here for your enjoyment.

Friday, 26 February 2010

The Dandy Xtreme

Please remember that our Hero still appears every two weeks in The Dandy Xtreme. The latest issue has a great Bananaman Master Head and a great Free Bananaman Banana Chucker.

Its available in shops now or why not take out a subscription for yourself or a family member with DC Thomson at

Updates will be back to normal this weekend..

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

BananaMilestones 1

This is the first time we see Bananaman crash through the wall of Chief O'Reilly's office (Nutty Issue:17), this would become the norm as newly plastered walls would get hilariously destroyed every week.

Also you will notice the original Chief is different to the later strips, I love his Indian chief headdress, enjoy the full Nutty strip below.....

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Bananaman History - Supervillians 1980 Part 3

WormMan - Nutty Issue:26

The Mad Magician - Nutty Issues:27&28

I love this supervillian would love to of seen more of him, the 2 part strip is just hilarious and classic Nutty Bananaman, enjoy......

Sunday, 14 February 2010

Bananaman History - Nutty Front Covers Part 3

Bananaman's 5th cover came from Issue 36 dated October 18th. It was the first Bananaman related free gift Nutty Comic would give away over the coming years. Unfortunately I have since lost this badge, but the cover is another big bold bright cover which I'm sure would of drawn new readers to buy it.