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Magasine Line 323 ? - année 70's -Marie Curie – the true story of the woman who discovered radium.

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About Gerald Haylock

Gerald A. Haylock, also referred to as Gerry Haylock, was a British comic artist from Bromley, Kent, who was active from the 1950s throughout the 1970s. He worked as an artist for Eagle and its female counterpart Girl in the 1950s and 1960s. For Eagle, he was a regular artist on 'The Guinea Pig', and he also drew features like 'Knights Of The Road' between 1960 and 1962. For Girl, he illustrated stories like 'A Cosy Christmas', 'White Queen of Calabar', 'Persia's Lady Mary' and 'Angel of Mercy'. Her was also present in Countdown (with 'U.F.O.' in 1971) and Joe 90 (with 'Land of the Giants'). He was an artist of 'Doctor Who' comic stories for TV Action (1971-1973) and TV Comic (1973-1975, 1978) and made painted covers for Schoolgirls' Picture Library.