It isn't a Nazi symbol of course, as before Adolf Hitler turned it into what it is now known as it was commonly seen as a good luck charm, and a symbol of peace (although according to Wikipedia Hitler started using it in 1920).
Anyway, we're not here for a history lesson (unless it's about comics of course!), so here are some of the "colour plates" from the bound volume for you to enjoy! To view them in full size, click on them, and click on them again!
|My personal favourite.|
Even if you're not interested in reading the countless text stories in these volumes the colour plates are great - they're all incredible painted and look absolutely fantastic and so a copy is well worth picking up! The Chums volumes come in big red chunky books, and most (if not all) of them have the same cover, shown below.