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Posted by: John L on 02 Apr 2010 6:33 am Post #24
From : New Zealand

Round the Bend, now that takes me back a few years, even from down here on the south side of the world. That was the best program I ever saw as a child. I wish I could get Round the Bend on DVD, or in fact, by any means at all.
Posted by: Roger Blake on 02 Apr 2010 6:33 am Post #23
From : United Kingdom

Keep up the wonderful work. I am the proud owner of an original cartoon of yours "Beware of Dog" with the postman getting his leg humped, I bought it many years ago from Mel Calmans shop in Lambs Conduit St. It graces my smallest room where everybody who visits sees it. It must be one of the first you had published in Private Eye, it still brings a smile to my face, very best wishes Roger Blake

Posted by: Aart on 02 Apr 2010 6:31 am Post #22
From : San Marcos Texas

Wonderful Cartoons. really cheers you up!
Posted by: LenJones on 02 Apr 2010 6:31 am Post #21
From : CHORLEY

Dunno. Have'n' read it ye'
Posted by: Michael on 02 Apr 2010 6:30 am Post #20
From : England

You sir are the funniest cartoonist. In particular the ones with the quietly deranged suburban types always make me laugh out loud. I kiss your hand
Posted by: ashley on 02 Apr 2010 6:29 am Post #19
From : edlo

this websites like my area
Posted by: Dan Penman on 02 Apr 2010 6:29 am Post #18
From : Harrogate

Visited original site on Wednesday Jun 15 2005
Posted by: Lucy on 02 Apr 2010 6:26 am Post #17
From : Cambridge

Dear Mr Husband, Camila my friend and I were wondering whether you could help us in our quest for locating episodes of Round the Bend. We especially love Wee Man. Memories of our childhood are flooded with laughter over these glorious moments in telly history. Any hints would be most welcome xx
Posted by: Chris Richardson-Child on 02 Apr 2010 6:25 am Post #16
From : Houston

The yobs is the most amusing strip I have ever read. It reminds me of my youth, 30 years ago in Southend-on-Sea, Essex and all the larger than life characters that dominated the town's social scene. The accuracy of the wording is stunning, some of these strips really did happen, were spoken, by my friends from that era. Sadly I went on to get an education and now have to work hard.
Posted by: Nick on 02 Apr 2010 6:24 am Post #15
From : Stratford-on-Avon but I'm living in the US

Love "Yobs" loved "Oink" too. My mother purged them when I was at uni did they ever get collected together in a book cause that would be fan-bleedin-tastic. Liked "Round the Bend" too. Man I never realised before reading the site just how many cool things from my late kiddyhood and teens you were responsible for, may god have mercy on yor soul. Keep up the highly amusing work.
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