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African Film was a Nigerian comics magazine, published between 1968 and 1972. It was just one of the many photo comics or "look books" that flooded English-speaking West Africa in the early post-colonial era. Catering to the new urban youth, the series featured the mythical persona of Lance Spearman, a.k.a. "The Spear," a black James Bond-like crime fighter as the central character. The character was portrayed by Jore Mkwanazi

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  • African Film was a Nigerian comics magazine, published between 1968 and 1972. It was just one of the many photo comics or "look books" that flooded English-speaking West Africa in the early post-colonial era. Catering to the new urban youth, the series featured the mythical persona of Lance Spearman, a.k.a. "The Spear," a black James Bond-like crime fighter as the central character. The character was portrayed by Jore Mkwanazi
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  • Photocomics Magazine
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  • Drum Publications Ltd
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  • Nigeria
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  • Cover of African Film No 103: The Spear meets Bomber Brown, Chapter 2.
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  • African Film No 103 magazine cover.jpg
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  • African Film was a Nigerian comics magazine, published between 1968 and 1972. It was just one of the many photo comics or "look books" that flooded English-speaking West Africa in the early post-colonial era. Catering to the new urban youth, the series featured the mythical persona of Lance Spearman, a.k.a. "The Spear," a black James Bond-like crime fighter as the central character. The character was portrayed by Jore Mkwanazi
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  • Cover of African Film No 103: The Spear meets Bomber Brown, Chapter 2.
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