As Chris pointed out, there is a whole generation -actually, I think probably a couple since Alan stopped publishing in the 1980s!- who will not see Class Comics or know the excitement of seeing so many diverse genre types (unless they buy Black Tower comics!) -newsagents don't even stock comics now.
I visited a few to see who was "On board with 2000 AD" and the newsagent across the road has removed the poster. He doesn't stock the comics or anything other than the toy/promo related mags that might feature a rare strip. In fact, I couldn't find another shop with the poster or 2000 AD.
Class Comics, like John Spencer All Original Comics, the Tarzan Comic Weekly are all gone.
It made me think that I need a plan to make even more aware of the Class Comics legacy. Once we hit Autumn I'm hoping to feature much more on this blog. "Pure nostalgia!" they say. Too bloody right. Comics do not have to be Marvel or DC and in colour. Most of us in the UK were brought up on black and white comics with the odd colour page.
I just say "Make Mine Class!"
I'm hyper now!