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C. Arthur Pearson was a publishing company founded in 1890 by Sir Cyril Arthur Pearson (1866-1921), an English newspaper proprietor and philanthropist. Among their various books, newspapers and magazines, they published comics, including:

  • Big Budget (1897-1907)
  • Dan Leno's Comic Journal (1898-99)
  • Funny Pips (1903-)
  • Comet (1909)
  • The Christmas Comic (1931-33)
  • The Spring Comic (1932-1934)
  • The Summer Comic (1932-1938)
  • Jolly Jumbo's Christmas Holiday Comic (1934-)
  • The Summer Holiday Comic (1935-)
  • The Seaside Comic (mid-1930s)
  • The Christmas Holiday Comic (1937)
  • The Holiday Comic (1939)
  • Monster Comic (1939-)
  • Sunny Sands (1939-)
  • Sparkle (1953-)
  • Titbits Science Fiction Comics (1953-)
  • Titbits Wild West Comics (1953-)
  • Mirabelle (1956-77)
  • New Glamour (1956)
  • Picture Romance Library (1956)
  • Emergency Ward 10 (1958)
  • TV Picture Stories (1958-)
  • Western Picture Library (1958-)
  • Young Lovers Picture Story Library (1958-)
  • Adventures of Robin Hood (1959-)
  • Buccaneers (1959-)
  • Film Picture Library (1959-)
  • Mirabelle Pop Film and TV Star Library (1959-)
  • Continental Film Photo Stories (1960-)
  • Marty (1960-63)
  • Photo Romances (1960)
  • Picture Stories of World War Two (1960-)
  • Wild West Picture Stories (1960-)
  • World War Picture Stories (1960-)
  • Air War Picture Stories (1961-)
  • Private Eye Picture Stories (1961-)
  • Secret Agent Picture Library (1961-)
  • Heroic Adventure Library (1964-)
  • Hospital Nurse Picture Library (1964-)
  • The Glamour Library (1960s)

Story papers included:

  • The Boy's Leader
  • The Scout

At some point they were taken over by IPC.

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