Webcomic profile: Scottie Road
Scottie Road
Liverpool's forgotten supergroup
Last update: 13th Feb 2018, 11:00 PM
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The Liverpool Echo ran the Scottie Road cartoon about a Liverpool pop group of that name in the mid 1970s but then the band disappeared from view.
Forty years later, with no trace of it online, the original strips are finally appearing on the internet, serialised three times a week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Some of the material has stood the test of time well; some rather less well.
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I'm pleased to see that we have again reached the hundredth episode, and are still going strong.
We'll be happy to see you down old Scottie Road!

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Thank you for your tremendous support in Scottie Road. It's been a lot of fun revisiting Scottie Road after all these years, and I hope that you have enjoyed reading it as much as I did both in the 1970s and again more recently.
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This episode appeared on Christmas Eve, 1976 and was quite the cliff-hanger. The next episode did not appear till five days later, after the weekend and two public holidays. You will be saved the wait, however, and the next episode will be published on Friday as usual.
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Red Jack
Hah £10.00. I suppose was quite a lot back then.
“One hundred not out”
Well, today the hundredth strip was republished. It's fun to see how many people are visiting...it's not a huge subscriber list, but it's not zero.

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Thank you!
Author Note
You are very welcome. I hope that you continue to enjoy the comic as it follows the band's ups and downs.
If you look closely, you will also see a little "behind the scenes" at the newspaper, where there were evidently some issues with their artists and the storyline.
I'm not sure how popular the strip was, as it didn't "run and run".

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