Hi, love the blog - a great bit of nostalgia! My great uncle (God rest his soul) worked for a printers which printed Fleetway comics; every couple of months he would give my grandad a stack of comics to give to me and my brother...my childhood was filled with British kids humour.
I wondered if you could help me in tracing the origins of a particular strip starring "The 12 1/2p Buytonic Boy". It appeared, I think, in one of the Krazy annuals (1982?) and featured crazy eye-catching artwork (very different from the character's regular artists, the fantastic Robert Nixon & Brian Walker). The strip was possibly drawn Ian Knox, I remember the style being alot how you have described his work..."exaggerated human and animal figures...bodies, legs and faces...all out of proportion in funny ways".
Any help you can give in locating this story will be greatly appricated - thanks for your time, Dean.
Found in the Krazy annual 1982 and its not a ghosting of Robert Nixon style at all..
Quite a zany style and like the many spys with dark glasses scattered about...even a spy bird..
Russell can ghost an artist see my other post...