Damon Flett where are you now? Pete and Dave venture back to the mammoth month of September 1982 in the new Eagle comic. The Wild West goes south as Tower King, Thunderbolt and Smokey, and Saddle Tramp end, Streetwise returns, and Manix arrives flinging Space Spinners of Death. Dare you join us as we enter the House of Daemon… Where Eagles Dare!
Pete and Dave dive back to August 1982 to review UK Eagle comic issues 20 to 23. This time Joe Soap comes to a close, Saddle Tramp gets spooky, Dan Dare gets heavy, Thunderbolt and Smokey get local, and an “old friend” comes back to visit!
All this, and spot the story Dave didn’t realise he was supposed to do… where Eagles dare!
It’s July 1982! And Pete and Dave investigate Mrs Wrights Time Travelling Camera* and Flying Sharks in Eagle issues 15 to 19. Join us for Dan Dare, Joe Soap, Thunderbolt and Smokey, Tower King, The Collector…. And Phil Parks!
Spoilers No More! Pete and Dave belatedly return to discuss the lack of news for January 2018, though things rapidly descend into a (relatively spoiler free) discussion about the pointlessness of spoilers.
After a period of festive development hell Pete and Dave are back with issues 11-14 of the 1980’s run of the UK’s Eagle comic (covering June 1982). This time… two stories end… and we introduce the Saddle Tramp and Joe Soap.
Join Pete and a slurry Dave for a festive dive into 1983’s Eagle Christmas Annual.
Packed with regular favourites like The Collector, Dan Dare, The Collector, Thunderbolt and Smokey and The Collector, we hope it brings some festive cheer to all our dear listener….
Flashback to May 1982 (issues 6 – 10) with Dan Dare taking on aliens, Doomlord taking on the world, Thunderbolt and Smokey taking on Ferris, The Collector taking on all logic and reason, and the Tower King taking on the fashion police…
All this and Suzanne Dando …>ahem<… join us Where Eagles Dare.
Hold the front page! David and Peter return to the world of Whom in a brief and slightly-dated romp through recent headlines, including news of Doctors, companions, late friends of the series, trailers, trousers, swatches and Watchers. All this as the clock rushes towards Christmas…
Intro tune: ‘It Says Here’ by Billy Bragg
Outro tune: ‘Tomorrow People Solo Guitar'(D Simpson) performed by Six-String Steve