History Heartwarming / TheDandy

25th May '13 11:10:55 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* The final issue. It counts down 75 of the comic's LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, with a combination of reprints and new strips (some of these revisiting characters who haven't appeared in years; the Black Bob one even features a faithful recreation of the strip's black-and-white, [[ArtEvolution now]] [[ArtShift unusually realistic]] compared to the rest of the comic art style). In the middle is a pull-out facsimile of the whole first issue. The real heartwarming comes in the FramingDevice: a 75th birthday party for the comic, with [[TheBeatles PaulMcCartney]] as a special guest. The comic shows a note he sent to the writers, saying that the Dandy was his favourite comic as a child and recalling his answer to an interview question in the sixties when he claimed that appearing in the comic was his life's ambition. The final few panels show [[spoiler: a huge crowd of the comic's most iconic characters singing "Hey Jude" together, led by Paul McCartney on piano.]]
to:
* The final issue. It counts down 75 of the comic's LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, with a combination of reprints and new strips (some of these revisiting characters who haven't appeared in years; the Black Bob one even features a faithful recreation of the strip's black-and-white, [[ArtEvolution now]] [[ArtShift unusually realistic]] compared to the rest of the comic art style). In the middle is a pull-out facsimile of the whole first issue. The real heartwarming comes in the FramingDevice: a 75th birthday party for the comic, with [[TheBeatles [[Music/TheBeatles PaulMcCartney]] as a special guest. The comic shows a note he sent to the writers, saying that the Dandy was his favourite comic as a child and recalling his answer to an interview question in the sixties when he claimed that appearing in the comic was his life's ambition. The final few panels show [[spoiler: a huge crowd of the comic's most iconic characters singing "Hey Jude" together, led by Paul McCartney on piano.]]
20th Dec '12 9:51:11 AM Digifiend
Is there an issue? Send a Message
disambig from The Dandy
Added DiffLines:
!! For ComicBook/TheDandy ComicBook:
20th Dec '12 9:50:01 AM Digifiend
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* The final issue. It counts down 75 of the comic's LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, with a combination of reprints and new strips (some of these revisiting characters who haven't appeared in years; the Black Bob one even features a faithful recreation of the strip's black-and-white, [[ArtEvolution now]] [[ArtShift unusually realistic]] compared to the rest of the comic art style). In the middle is a pull-out facsimile of the whole first issue. The real heartwarming comes in the FramingDevice: a 75th birthday party for the comic, with [[TheBeatles PaulMcCartney]] as a special guest. The comic shows a note he sent to the writers, saying that the Dandy was his favourite comic as a child and recalling his answer to an interview question in the sixties when he claimed that appearing in the comic was his life's ambition. The final few panels show [[spoiler: a huge crowd of the comic's most iconic characters singing "Hey Jude" together, led by Paul McCartney on piano.
to:
* The final issue. It counts down 75 of the comic's LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, with a combination of reprints and new strips (some of these revisiting characters who haven't appeared in years; the Black Bob one even features a faithful recreation of the strip's black-and-white, [[ArtEvolution now]] [[ArtShift unusually realistic]] compared to the rest of the comic art style). In the middle is a pull-out facsimile of the whole first issue. The real heartwarming comes in the FramingDevice: a 75th birthday party for the comic, with [[TheBeatles PaulMcCartney]] as a special guest. The comic shows a note he sent to the writers, saying that the Dandy was his favourite comic as a child and recalling his answer to an interview question in the sixties when he claimed that appearing in the comic was his life's ambition. The final few panels show [[spoiler: a huge crowd of the comic's most iconic characters singing "Hey Jude" together, led by Paul McCartney on piano.]]
8th Dec '12 3:13:12 AM IfOnly
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* The final issue. It counts down 75 of the comic's LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, with a combination of reprints and new strips (some of these revisiting characters who haven't appeared in years; the Black Bob one even features a faithful recreation of the strip's black-and-white, [[ArtEvolution now]] [[ArtShift unusually realistic]] compared to the rest of the comic art style). In the middle is a pull-out facsimile of the whole first issue. The real heartwarming comes in the FramingDevice: a 75th birthday party for the comic, with Creator/PaulMcCartney as a special guest. The comic shows a note he sent to the writers, saying that the Dandy was his favourite comic as a child and recalling his answer to an interview question in the sixties when he claimed that appearing in the comic was his life's ambition. The final few panels show [[spoiler: a huge crowd of the comic's most iconic characters singing "Hey Jude" together, led by Paul McCartney on piano.
to:
* The final issue. It counts down 75 of the comic's LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, with a combination of reprints and new strips (some of these revisiting characters who haven't appeared in years; the Black Bob one even features a faithful recreation of the strip's black-and-white, [[ArtEvolution now]] [[ArtShift unusually realistic]] compared to the rest of the comic art style). In the middle is a pull-out facsimile of the whole first issue. The real heartwarming comes in the FramingDevice: a 75th birthday party for the comic, with Creator/PaulMcCartney [[TheBeatles PaulMcCartney]] as a special guest. The comic shows a note he sent to the writers, saying that the Dandy was his favourite comic as a child and recalling his answer to an interview question in the sixties when he claimed that appearing in the comic was his life's ambition. The final few panels show [[spoiler: a huge crowd of the comic's most iconic characters singing "Hey Jude" together, led by Paul McCartney on piano.piano. ** Also qualifies as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and something of a TearJerker.
This list shows the last 4 events of 4. Show all.