Features included "Wilson the Wonder Athlete", starring William Wilson, born in the 18th century but who trained his body to such a level of perfection he lived to fight in the First World War, and "The Wolf of Kabul", about a British spy in Afghanistan. Dudley D. Watkins provided illustrations in the early issues.
It was relaunched as a comic on 14 February 1970, and continued until 10 June 1978. Artists who contributed include Carlos Ezquerra, who drew strips such as "He Was Only a Private Soldier", "The Lancers From Lost Valley", "Strongbow", "Chained to his Sword" and "Simon Gaunt", and Dave Gibbons.
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