- Creepy Crawley – artist Trini Tinturé
- Sue’s Fantastic Fun-Bag! – artist Hugh Thornton-Jones
- Tell Us – problem page
- Rinty ‘n’ Jinty
- The Face at the Window (Gypsy Rose story) – artist Phil Townsend
- Curtain of Silence – artist Terry Aspin
- Play the Game ! – feature
- Alley Cat – artist Rob Lee
- The Dead End Kids are Going Places! – feature
- The Robot Who Cried – artist Rodrigo Comos, writer Malcolm Shaw
- The Darkening Journey – artist José Casanovas
- Kerry in the Clouds – artist Cándido Ruiz Pueyo/Emilia Prieto, writer Alan Davidson
- Spell of the Spinning Wheel – artist Jim Baikie, writer Alison Christie
Creepy Crawley’s plan to get Mandy expelled succeeds, and she has even manipulated things so Mandy thinks poor Sheila was the one who framed her! But there is a new ray of hope – Sheila recalls seeing another copy of the book that would explain everything about the evil scarab. Including, we hope, the way to stop the scarab.
A bully teacher in “Sue’s Fantastic Fun-Bag!” thinks the sound of birds singing is for the birds. Naturally, that is an open invitation for the fun-bag to teach her a lesson.
Sandra Frazer thinks she has photographed a ghost at a run-down cottage, and even Gypsy Rose is a bit stumped for an answer. But then they discover the photograph is of a missing girl who is trapped in the cottage. A ghost from the future, would you believe!
Yvonne is relegated to reserve for bad behaviour and does not realise look-alike Olga is stringing her along. The gypsy woman still warns Yvonne to get out of Mavronia, but we know Yvonne won’t heed that advice.
Rowan thought she had a respite from the spinning wheel because it was broken. But now she’s falling asleep from humming noises again, and Mum is bringing back the spinning wheel. Looks like it’s been fixed, so its curse is back in action, worst luck!
Beaky and Thumper are in big danger this week from a violent storm and floods, and end up separated. Will they ever be together again?
Kerry is soaring higher than ever. A flash new wardrobe, autograph fans, a huge pay cheque, and the starring role in a movie, all courtesy of Gail Terson. Oh, why do we get the feeling the fall is coming for Kerry?