I've just received vol. 1 and vol. 2 of TV (Century) 21 (comic strips) reprints. CONTENTS Volume 1: Fireball - The Astran Assassination Thunderbirds - Chain Reaction Stingray - The haunting of Station 17 Captain Scarlet - The Football King Lady Penelope - The Luveniam Affair T'birds - The Devil's Crag Zero X - Planet of Bones S'ray - Superjunk T'birds - Starbust Capt. Scarlet - Leviathan Volume 2: FB - The Gian Ant Invasion S'ray - Monster Weed Menace T'birds - Operation Depthprobe Zero X - Prisoners of the Eye-Leaves Capt. Scarlet - Fermicide T'birds - Curse of the Elastos FB - Planet of Fire Lady P - The Androids of London Affair T'birds - Secret of the Iceberg FB - The Silent Colony Capt. Scarlet - The Beginning of the End I remember almost all Zero X strips from childhood. The two episodes reproduced in these volumes are among the best; I wish they had more Zero X's. Lady Penelope is just fabulous; she is driven in a pink RR with 6 wheels ("Fab 1"), and yachts around in "Fab 2" (which carries Fab 1). [If this were ever to be made into a movie, it would be a perfect role for Paris Hilton to play, IMO.] Anyone old enough to remember these? The spacecrafts appear to travel far, to places like "Astro-sector 40" that can display unusual planet formations and life forms. "Prisoners of the Eye-Leaves" features "Freak ringed planets" -- a pair of identical-looking planets, except (1) each one looks like an onion ring (or a donut, or bagel), and (2) they are intertwined. The intelligent life form on the planets is a plant that looks like a tobacco leaf with a single eye on it. Not only do they capture and enslave humans, strips of film capturing their images come alive and writhe about like snakes, which I find implausible but not impossible.