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Buying a shirt from yourselves: A no-brainer. A 'Thunderbirds' shirt: likewise. A Frank Bellamy illustration: doubly so. To label Bellamy's illustrations simply as full of life, is doing them an injustice. They are possibly THE most dynamic comic strip art of all time. There's constant motion - his explosions and out of control fires radiate heat. His use of silhouettes to convey menace (the cinder spouting flue above a burning Antarctic base, and the ventilator that gobbles the cinders up, to start an inferno elsewhere, are stuck indelibly in my mind): and the characters, too - not puppets, but human, and showing them doing things unshown on TV - Jeff Tracy and Kyrano using rifles to repel invaders on Tracy Island, for example, or making Parker far more dangerous looking - you can believe that, although there's something lovably comical about him - you really, really would not want to cross him. Even the boys are tougher - the frame in a story where Scott finally catches a crook who has started a vast forest fire, and Scott is so fed up with this man's tricks, he actually threatens to "Blow him to Kingdom come', is a favourite of mine. It's a great shirt, and maybe we could have some more, featuring iconic frames by other 'TV21' artists, in the future. Nice one.