Candy and Andy. Seriously, WTF?!

In 1966, at the height of the popularity of his “Supermarionation” TV shows, Gerry Anderson developed a concept for a new series called Candy and Andy. He had already designed the puppets, and with the recent success of Thunderbirds behind him, he was confident it would be given the green light. But the proposed new series received a unanimous thumbs down from television executives. Undeterred, Anderson turned his idea into a franchise, spawning 154 issues of a comic (photographed by Doug Luke) and several books and merchandising tie-ins. The result was more disturbing than charming… read more >

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