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Harrier Comics (officially known as Harrier Publishing) was a British comic book publisher active in the mid-to-late 1980s. Harrier was notable for putting out black-and-white comics in a mold more similar to American comics than to typical British fare. Print runs for Harrier's titles typically ran in the 10,000 range, with most of the issues being distributed in the United States. During its short existence, Harrier published more than 120 issues of over 30 titles.

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  • Harrier Comics (officially known as Harrier Publishing) was a British comic book publisher active in the mid-to-late 1980s. Harrier was notable for putting out black-and-white comics in a mold more similar to American comics than to typical British fare. Print runs for Harrier's titles typically ran in the 10,000 range, with most of the issues being distributed in the United States. During its short existence, Harrier published more than 120 issues of over 30 titles.
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  • Harrier Comics (officially known as Harrier Publishing) was a British comic book publisher active in the mid-to-late 1980s. Harrier was notable for putting out black-and-white comics in a mold more similar to American comics than to typical British fare. Most Harrier titles fell in the science fiction, adventure, and fantasy genres. A number of top UK comics professional gave their support to Harrier by contributing covers and introductions to various Harrier titles. Harrier's alternative comics imprint, New Wave, featured a number of notable creators, including Eddie Campbell, Phil Elliott, Glenn Dakin, Paul Grist, Ed Hillyer, Rian Hughes, Trevs Phoenix, and Warren Pleece. Print runs for Harrier's titles typically ran in the 10,000 range, with most of the issues being distributed in the United States. During its short existence, Harrier published more than 120 issues of over 30 titles.
  • Harrier Comics (officially known as Harrier Publishing) was a British comic book publisher active in the mid-to-late 1980s. Harrier was notable for putting out black-and-white comics in a mold more similar to American comics than to typical British fare. The original line of Harrier titles were in the science fiction, adventure, and fantasy genres; as the company moved forward it focused more on alternative comics. Harrier's alternative imprint, New Wave, featured a number of notable creators, including Eddie Campbell, Phil Elliott, Glenn Dakin, Paul Grist, Ed Hillyer, Rian Hughes, Trevs Phoenix, and Warren Pleece. A number of top UK comics professional gave their support to Harrier by contributing covers and introductions to various Harrier titles. Print runs for Harrier's titles typically ran in the 10,000 range, with most of the issues being distributed in the United States. During its short existence, Harrier published more than 120 issues of over 30 titles.
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