Look-In was a weekly children's magazine published from 1971 to 1991, first by Independent Television Publications and later by IPC.

The idea grew out of two proposed publications: one a spiritual successor to the comic TV21, the other a children's version of TV Times.[1]

Its first editor was Alan Fennell. Colin Shelbourn took over in 1975 and edited the magazine until it closed. Most of its comic strips were written by Angus Allan. Artists included Martin Asbury, John M. Burns, Arthur Ranson and Mike Noble. Covers were painted by Arnaldo Putzu and Ivan Rose. Strips included...


  1. Kibble-White, Graham (2005). Ultimate Book of British Comics. London: Alison & Busby. p.163. ISBN 0-74908-211-9

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