THE WINGED AVENGER

The following thumbnails can all be expanded by clicking on them, comments have been inserted where necessary. All numbers on files refer to the rough time in the programme, i.e. 2208 = 22 minutes and 8 seconds. 

Follow this link to see Mike Noon's fascinating site on the "Avengers Illustrated" and an overview of Bellamy's work in the programme

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Single black and white kindly supplied by Jeff Haythorpe - compare to one mentioned below from the programme grab! And also see jeff's other original art at the bottom of the page - this is actaully features in the grabs!

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The Winged Avenger logo
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The Bellamy design stuck to a DC comic
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Headline states November 30 1966 Enlarge to see back of comic
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Odd page - ripped from a sketchbook? Note Winged Avenger logo
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See picture below where blood is spattered on this image - this is premature! Clear view of blood-spattered image on left - note too the cutout on left and black & white drawing on right. The latter is blown up at the bottom of this page
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Note what appears to be B&W on right
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Note Steed looks at panels - not a comic, or comic strip!
This is apparently a Blackhawk comic - see cry of "Hawkaaaa"
Blackhawk comic?
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Don't try this address - it doesn't work! See Jeff Haythorpe's piece above this selection
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Don't miss the pencil sketch 3 images on wall
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Note - image on right appears to be B&W but isn't - see later images
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Closer view of background images
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Although this is hard to see I do not think this art is Bellamy's
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You have to be quick to see pencil sketch on left Emma is holding a photo over back cover
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Back cover is different from later one below
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Notice blood-spattered drawing mentioned above!
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Steed reads "Elma Peem" but this is not shown - although this piece is still known to exist
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I can't make this picture out Could be Bellamy, but not sure
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Bursting through a window

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