Hi Woodsy, Pretty sure he did a Fireball XL5 story and a Captain Scarlet one for the early issues of Countdown comic - I can look them up and post copies if need be - ? Isn't the Heritage illo from a paperback of SF stories? Seem to recall buying based on my liking for the artwork that when on holidays somewhere and it's the only time I can recall that format - well at least back in the 70's Pity the idea never caught on in a big way.
Any Malcolm Stokes artwork would be great to show on the blog Mike thanks especially as he was such a prolific SWORD illustrator.Yes, The Heritage is from a paperbook collection of kids' SF stories and strips called Tales from the Galaxies. I blogged about it a while ago now. http://projectswordtoys.blogspot.co.uk/2011/02/heritage-by-sword-artist-malcolm-stokes.html I used to love kids paperbacks in the Sixties and Seventies like this - and like the Armada book of Ghost Stories and a book with a sea monster on the front like Nessie, just not sure what it was called.