As we all know, Thunderbirds was, and still is, very big in Japan. So, in the 1980s, some bright soul stumbled upon the idea of doing a manga version of one of our beloved Supermarionation series. As far as I am concerned, the less said about it the better but there are folks out there who think different, witnessed by the ample supply of web pages that are devoted to this rather outrageous phenomenon.
So why did I include this page in the site? Because it has a link with Thunderbirds [if only in name] and because I am a great fan of Graham Bleathman's artwork [who, incidentally, also did the headers for the merchandising guides found elsewhere].