Out this week from 2000 AD – a collection of classic stories from The Leopard Of Lime Street!
CREATIVE TEAM: Tom Tully (w) Eric Bradbury, Mike Western (a)
REGIONS: UK, worldwide digital
RELEASE DATE: 13 July 2017
PAPERBACK – 162 pages
PRICE: £14.99 (UK)
After being scratched by a radioactive leopard, young Billy Farmer soon discovered that he had acquired the strength, agility and senses of the mighty jungle cat. Creating a costume to disguise his identity, Billy became the masked vigilante known as the ‘Leopard-Man’ – Selbridge’s premier crime fighter. Living with his aunt and mean uncle in a small house on Lime Street, Billy juggles his time between schoolwork and saving lives, earning some money on the side as a freelance photographer for the Selbridge Sun. Created by Tom Tully, Mike Western and Eric Bradbury, The Leopard from Lime Street, is the crown jewel of British superhero comic strips. This is the second collection from Rebellion’s dedicated Treasury of British Comics line, collecting lost comics from the golden age of British comics.
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