Fantasy Zone issue 4, January, pages 14,15,16,17, The Avengers, Roger Davies, England. Series overview.

Fantasy Zone issue 5, February, pages 12,13,14,15, Back With A Vengeance, Juanita Elefante-Gordon, England. Patrick Macnee interview.  (O)

Fantasy Zone issue 6, March, pages 30,31,32,33, The Avengers Episode Guide Part Two, Author Unknown, England.

Starlog 192, March, pages unknown, title unknown, author unknown, USA.  (Gareth Hunt discusses The New Avengers).

The Sunday Mail (Brisbane?), 17 June, page 47, Rigg peels off Emma, Sandra McLean, Australia. 

Comic Buyer's Guide, 20 July, page 9, Eclipse/Acme present "The Avengers", no author, USA.  Advertorial for the comic.

Vogue (UK), August, page ?, Em appeal, author unknown, England.

TV Guide, 6 October, page 15, Before Mrs. Peel, there was... An Avenger to remember, Harvey Solomon, USA.

Daily Mirror, 16 November, page 3, Avengers pop back to put the boots in, Tony Purnell, England.

Daily Mirror, 17 November, page 7, Kinky Boots marches on, no author, England.
ODDS against TV Avengers Patrick Macnee and Honor Blackman topping Christmas charts with 1964 hit Kinky Boots were cut from 25 to 16-1 by bookies after yesterday's exclusive Mirror tip.

Today, 17 November, page 11, Kinky Christmas, no author, England.
LONDON: A 25-year old record could be a surprise No. 1 in the charts this Christmas.  Bookie William Hill's odds for Kinky Boots, by former Avengers stars Honor Blackman and Patrick Macnee, have fallen from 25-1 to 16-1 after strong backing.  Cliff Richard's Saviour's Day is still favourite at 7-2, with Tina Turner and Rod Stewart challenging at 4-1 with It Takes Two.

Today, 27 November, page 7, Kinky boots are back as girls get into their stride, Margaret Morrison, England.

Daily Mirror, 4 December, page 15, Keep it kinky, Leigh Reinhold (ed), England.

New Musical Express, 8 December, page 19, Naughty Sex Single of the Week, author unknown, England.

Me, 10 December, page 76, Small Talk, author unknown, England.
The Avengers have become a hit in America - 20 years after the programme was first made.  The cat-suited figures of Honor Blackman, Diana Rigg and Linda Thorson will be seen in 134 episodes of the slick series, with Patrick Macnee (right with Diana Rigg) twiddling his trusty brolly as the debonair Steed.  'If only more American TV shows were like this,' wrote top US critic Howard Rosenberg.  Quite so...

Fantazia, December, pages 25,26, Steed and Mrs. Peel, James Wallis, England.  A look at the comic book. 

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