Launched on 7 February 1976 by DC Thomson, Bullet was their attempt to produce a tougher, more hard-hitting comic to appeal to older boys. Priced at 7p, it focused on action and adventure, revenge and sci-fi and – those old staples – war and sport.
Bullet was absorbed into Warlord in December 1978.
- Fireball – A moustachioed secret agent (apparently based on Peter Wyngarde)
- Ginger – Tim Brady was a fugitive on the run
- The Mice of Tobruk – A group of kids stuck behind German lines in WWII
- Midge – 16-year-old weakling Midge Miller took a bodybuilding course
- Smasher – An indestructible destructive 50-foot robot controlled by an evil genius called Dr Doom (not the one from The Fantastic Four)
- Three Men in a Jeep – Set in Northern France in 1944. A sort of WWII-era A-Team
- Twisty – Starring football wonderboy Twisty Lunnon
- Vic’s Vengeance – Set in London’s gangland
- Werewolf – Ex-detective Dave Barry used the power of lycanthropy to fight crime
- Wonder Mann – Raised by computers to become a superman