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    cwickham
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    Includes concept art and even a finished version of the proposed first strip, which would’ve run in a proposed BBC Worldwide comic magazine. Also the tidbit that there could’ve been a full-blown second Red Dwarf Magazine…

    British Comics That Never Were – BBC Worldwide’s “ROBOT” Project – Part One

    #264918
    Warbodog
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    Reads like standard Smegazine stuff. Mildly interesting for its specific vintage, doing a post-VII with Holly but no Rimmer and seemingly ignoring the cliffhanger.

    #264919
    GlenTokyo
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    When you draw an alien but then remember that Red Dwarf doesn’t have aliens, you put it in a suit and say it’s a simulant. Smooth.

    #264921
    si
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    Reads like standard Smegazine stuff. Mildly interesting for its specific vintage, doing a post-VII with Holly but no Rimmer and seemingly ignoring the cliffhanger.

    How the flip have I never seen that before?
    And if I *have* seen it before, why the flip don’t I remember seeing it before?

    #264922
    RunawayTrain
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    My brain is frazzled so I couldn’t read anything properly, but … Shrek?! I mean, not quite, with the ears, but that’s all my brain can see right now 😅

    #264923
    Pete Part Three
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    Between Nanarchy and BITR has got to be the most misguided point to set Red Dwarf fan fiction.

    #264924
    Ian Symes
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    Wow! Thanks for sharing, Christopher!

    #264955
    pfm
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    When you draw an alien but then remember that Red Dwarf doesn’t have aliens, you put it in a suit and say it’s a simulant. Smooth.

    Well, if it ain’t broke…

    #265029
    Ridley
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    No Smeggin’ Heaven? Preposterous! Where would all the skin cells go?

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