|Title ||Seventeenth Series|
|Original Price ||5/-|
|Date Cartoons Start ||13/09/1962||Date Cartoons End ||27/08/1963|
|Published by ||Daily Express Publications||ISBN |
Introduction by - Spike Milligan
I'm not going to try to be funny about
Giles - because that would invoke disaster. I can't compete with the devastating humour he produces, which embraces all
strata of life, and makes them hilarious. What endears me most to him is his gentleness, yet he packs a bigger punch with a feather than our customary satirists do with a sledge hammer.
During the war his cartoons (drawn under active service conditions) played no little part in boosting my morale.