Welcome to the Summer issue of Spaceship Away. Our cover illustration and centrespread is a new piece of artwork by John M. Burns depicting Dan Dare’s daughter (??)
Sid Clark has produced two fine models. Phant Food Capsules in their container and a Phant Food Transport.
Our Dan Dare story by John Bailey, drawn by William Naylor and coloured by Martin Baines, continues with another six pages of Voyage of the Ankum.
In the first article, Spacesuits and Gymslips, Andrew Darlington explores the Science Fiction and Fantasy strip stories that were published in Girls’ comics.
Rod Barzilay writes a tribute to Tim Booth, entitled Hats off to Tim Booth. Ray Wright keeps us up-to-date with another four pages of Space News.
We have five pages in colour of the Jeff Hawke story Selena part 2, drawn by Sydney Jordan. This strip was originally published in the Daily Express in black & white.
David Ashford takes a Space Strip Journey through the little-known "Comet" and "Sun" magazines in his article, Voyage to Venus - Jet Ace Logan.
Episode 2 of the Target Earth strip continues with another four pages. This is followed by part 4 of Frontiers of Space, as visualised in the 1950s.
We conclude this issue with our humour strip, Earthward Bound.