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Fleetway, also known as Fleetway Publications and Fleetway Editions, was a publishing company, mainly producing comic magazines for the UK. Fleetway began life as Amalgamated Press, the company owned by Alfred Harmsworth, who were based in Fleetway House. Amalgamated Press entered the comic magazine market as early as 1890 with Comic Cuts and Illustrated Chips. It also published serialized novel papers (in for example The Thriller magazine) such that published stories by Edwy Searles Brooks, among others. In 1959 the name of the company was changed from Amalgamated Press to Fleetway Publications. In 1963, Fleetway Publications was merged with George Newnes Publishers and Odhams Press to form IPC Media. The name of Fleetway was still used to identify the comics magazine publishing arm of IPC, although some comics were published in IPC's name. In 1987 all comics were collected into the Fleetway arm and sold to Robert Maxwell. In 1991, this Fleetway division was bought by Egmont, who merged it with their own British based comic publishing division, London Editions, to create Fleetway Editions. At some point after 2002 the name of Fleetway Editions ceased to be used by Egmont on its publications.

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2000 AD (1977)
2000 AD Poster Prog (1977)

Ace Ventura Pet Detective (1996)
Anderson PSI Division: Shamballa (1991)

Batman Judge Dredd: Judgement on Gotham (1991)
Battle Picture Library (1961)
The Best of 2000 AD Special Edition (1993)
The Best of 2000AD Monthly (1985)
The Best of Judge Dredd Special Edition (1999)

Chopper: Song of the Surfer (1990)
Classic 2000 AD (1995)
Classic Judge Dredd (1995)
The Comic Relief Comic (1991)
The Complete Judge Dredd (1992)
Crisis (1988)

Dare (1991)
Disney's Studio Album (1991)

Eagle (1982)
Eagle Annual (1983)
Eternal Champions Special (1994)

Fleetway Super Library Fantastic series (1967)
Fleetway Super Library Front Line series (1967)
Fleetway Super Library Secret Agent series (1967)
Fleetway Super Library Stupendous series (1967)
For a Few Troubles More (1990)

Girl's Crystal (1953)

Hewligan's Haircut (1990)
Hurricane (1964)

Jack and Jill (1954)
Johnny Cougar's Wresling Monthly (1992)
Judge Dredd [Collections - Fleetway] (1991)
Judge Dredd Action Special (1996)
The Judge Dredd Collection (1985)
Judge Dredd Definitive Editions (1990)
Judge Dredd Lawman of the Future (1995)
The Judge Dredd Mega Collection (1990)
Judge Dredd Megazine (vol. 3) (1995)
Judge Dredd Megazine (vol. 4) (2001)
Judge Dredd: The Judge Child Quest (1984)
Judge Dredd: The Megazine (1990)
Judge Dredd: The Megazine (vol. 2) (1992)
Lion Annual (1954)

M.A.S.K. (1986)

New Statesmen (1989)
Night Zero (1990)

Playhour Annual (1961)

Ranger Book (1967)
Red Dwarf Smegazine (volume 1) (1992)
Red Dwarf Smegazine (volume 2) (1993)
Revolver (1990)

School Friend Annual (1927)
Slaine: The Horned God (1989)
Super Detective Picture Library (1954)
Supernaturals (1987)

Third World War (1990)
Thunderbirds (1993)
Tiger (1954)
Tiger Annual (1957)
Transformers: Generation 2 (1994)
Troubled Souls (1990)
True Faith (1990)

Valiant (1962)
Valiant Book of TV's Sexton Blake (1968)

War Picture Library (1958)
War Picture Library (1959)
Wildcat (1988)

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