The strips are a rich variety and I am pressed to pick a favourite so I will simply list them:
- John Blake tells the contemporary story of a mysterious schooner crewed by a boy who is glimpsed repeatedly by seafarers for over fifty years. Written by Phillip Pullman, it is illustrated by John Aggs in a style reminiscent of many Eurocomic adventures.
- Super Animal Adventure Squad is James Turner's parody of spy stories much like the work of Jack Oliver and Lew Stringer.
- The Boss is an English school adventure.
- Monkey Nuts is fantasy mayhem. A dragon with urges to be an evil mastermind seeks a fabulous treasure of immense power. Think Invader Zim for flavour.
- Doodlit is a centre page spread of a busy partially drawn scene for the reader to complete. This is a creative activity and not a puzzle. Ted Dewan has provided a gnarled tree containing rickety houses, 18 headless handless people, and 10 empty speech balloons.
- Vern and Lettuce is Sarah McIntyre's funny animals strip set in Pickle Rye Park.
- The Spider Moon is another Eurostyle strip. Kate Brown creates a lush mundane fantasy in which an adolescent girl comes of age in a place where an island floats in the sky on the horizon.
- Mo-Bots has manga robots in an English high school.
- Good Dog Bad Dog is funny animal police adventure by Dave Shelton.