The first logo of Black Shuck Comics on the first publication of the Woodbrigde editorial
Tales of Black Shuck
The company's first comic and indeed the one that gave the company its name is Tales of Black Shuck. Each edition tells a tale about some kind of villainy and at the end the villain, thinking that he or she have gotten away with their crime sees a representation of Shuck. This representation may be the regular demonic hound or a vehicle with a picture of a black dog or someone with a tattoo. One more than one occasion the villain meets someone with a foreign name that translates as "Black Hound" ie Canenero. In the old folk tales anyone who sees Shuck dies soon after so it is assumed that the villains in Tales of Black Shuck die soon after the end of the issue
The Austin Maestro is a five-door hatchbacksmall family car (and two-door van derivative) that was produced from 1982 to 1983 by British Leyland.
However, in the late 1990s engineers dismantled old pre-war vehicles made by Austin Rover, and invested in a new factory in Exeter