Roy of the Rogers
Showdowns From The Bottom Of The Third Division Of The Soul

A shining beacon on the front cover of the slightly dubious 'GAS' comic magazine in the late eighties, Roy emerged fully formed as the archetypal maverick sporting sublapsarian.

Just the two colours, then. But he did demonstrate a wholeness, harmony and a certain radiance within his few allotted frames of reference. Occupying that neglected space between Association Football and Hopalong Cassidy, Roy bestrode a small but intense space in the zeitgeist. Always ending with a roar of approval (or disapproval) from the proletarian masses in the terraces, a tactical tip for the youg 'uns and a sultry "So long, pards..."


Borin Van Loon: Roy of the Rogers 2
'GAS' Vol. 2, No. 1
Borin Van Loon: Roy of the Rogers 3
'GAS' Vol. 2, No. 3
Borin Van Loon: Roy of the Rogers 4
'GAS' Vol. 2, No. 3

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