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The story of the day Cardiff took down the All Blacks. Told in 12 pages, A4 full colour illustrated story. Plus 8 pages of articles giving the background to the game.


A selection of prints showcasing acclaimed graphic artist Gary Erskine's artwork.


A very limited edition cover, plus 3 A4 prints


Story/Script by Steve Coombs and James Stafford. Artwork by Gary Erskine

On November 21st 1953, Cardiff Rugby Club faced the might of the New Zealand All Blacks for the fourth time. They were captained by the man known as "The Prince of Centres", Bleddyn Williams. For both the club and their legendary captain, victory over the All Blacks had been a long standing ambition that had always remained just out of reach.

What would follow would go down as perhaps the greatest victory by a club team over an international side. One which none of the 50,000 plus fans packed into Cardiff Arms Park would ever forget.

70 years on, this compelling story is retold. With artwork by acclaimed comic book artist Gary Erskine (Dan Dare, Captain America, Judge Dredd), BLEDDYN brings Bleddyn Williams, his heroic teammates, and a legendary day in rugby history to life for a new generation. 20 page colour telling the story

UPDATE!!! We have sold out of our first print run!!! A second print run has been ordered but we are unable to guarantee delivery before Christmas.

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