|Title ||Forty First Series|
|Original Price ||£2.25|
|Date Cartoons Start ||26/06/1986||Date Cartoons End ||28/06/1987|
|Number of Cartoons ||127|
|Published by ||Daily Express Publications||ISBN ||0-85079-169-3|
Introduction by - Joan Collins
Giles. Whenever I hear that name, it conjures up visions of England. An England that hasn't changed very much since I was a child giggling at the antics of Grandma, mum and dad, the kids, and all the other favourite beloved characters that he created so brilliantly.
A Giles cartoon isn't like any other cartoon. It is deeply detailed with subtly hidden humours lurking in every corner. It is indeed a veritable gem to study and laugh at with the morning tea.
I often feel that the only character who could ever get the better of Alexis* would be Grandma.
Now there's an idea for a cartoon! Are you listening Carl?
* N.B: For those of you who don't know, Alexis is a vicious, scheming, naughty person that I play in Dynasty. Oh Grandma, we'd love to have you in it!