I’d heard about it at a Fanderson convention in 2000 when two of it’s creators were interviewed.
The comic, published by Misc!MAYHEM was supposed to be part of a series which was to include a Fireball XL5 and UFO, along with a set of die-cast models by Johnny Lighting featuring Supercar .
I picked up a copy of the comic shortly after it was released and found it a pretty good read. I felt the writers, Michael Wolff and Kez Wilson were fond of their subject and the comic, although modern retained a lot of the essence of the TV series.
Inside was an ad for the next issue of Supercar - a four parter entitled Mercury Falling.
Another ad heralded the other two series featuring a six part Fireball XL5 story and a seven part UFO story.
I bought the die-cast Supercar - one of the first with yellow wings.
I waited for the next issue but to no avail. It seemed the whole project had collapsed.
It was a real shame. I would have quite happily subscribed to a new set of Gerry Anderson comics that weren’t aimed at the juvenile market.
Let’s hope that somewhere down the line these comics are given another chance.