Striker: The Complete
Collection - Volume 2 - Sold Out!
A second edition is under consideration - please email
Entitled Thamesford to Warbury, it’s another quality heavyweight hardback of nearly 300 pages, featuring every Striker episode from the start of the colour strips in 1990 to the early Warbury adventures in 1994. As with the first book, there’s an introduction by Striker creator Pete Nash with his thoughts and memories from that particular period in Striker’s fascinating history.
There are two purchase options: £25 (including post & packing) for an unsigned copy or £30 for a signed copy.
Every book in this must-have collection will be a limited print run, so no more will be available after they are sold out.
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Striker: Thamesford to Warbury, 1990-1994 is Volume 2 of Striker: The Complete Collection. We are aiming to publish a new volume every three or four months.
Volume Three should be available in mid or late June, 2017.
Don’t worry if you missed out on the first volume – we still have some left and you can buy them by clicking on the link at the end of the Volume 2 payment information.
Here are some of the reviews of Volume 1 that purchasers posted on strikerworld.co.uk:
I read striker every day with my dad who has read it longer than I have. It was great to start from the very beginning! Daveyboysmith
Essential reading for any Striker fan old or new, a must have, and like everyone else I am keenly awaiting news of the forthcoming volumes! Paul Bradley
An essential piece of memorabilia for all striker fans - the beginning of a journey that pulls you in and keeps you gripped, always wanting more. Lewok
Loved the insight to Pete and his work up to launching Striker. Reading it from the beginning was good. Can’t wait for book 2! Stevenuk1
Unfortunately I had missed Pete Nash's earlier works and this book has basically answered all my questions and filled in all the blanks, quite literally a must have for any true fan of the comic strip. In addition to my interest in the stories however, I particularly liked the introduction to the book where we the reader learn some facts about Pete Nash's early life and how striker came to be born, intriguing stuff which adds to the book's appeal. Bumperlady
Book 1 was like going back in a time machine for me. If you read Striker from the beginning, this is a fantastically well put together rediscovery of classic Striker stories. It tells you why Nick i s the way he is. If you didn't read Striker from the beginning, this is like opening up a whole new Striker world. You'll love it! Mick Wall