UXM = Uncanny X-Men. The title had the original strip as a backup as Rampage ran New X-Men. When Rampage stops, replaced by Daredevils which takes MSH Captain Britain, new X-Men comes to Marvel Superheroes for it's last few issues, before it too has Fabulous News and is replaced by Mighty World Of Marvel which carries X-Men on for six issues before it's merger with Daredevils.
The DT/AM prefix to the Captain Britain title refers to the author, either Dave Thorpe or Alan Moore.
Collection of "Spider-man comics dating from the early Eighties (1983) Some of them are curled at the corners but most are in decent condition. There are 75 in total. The issues are: 538,539,550,551,554,555,558-562,575,577,579-581,583,585,587,589,590,593-600,603-611,613-616,618,619,621,624-626,629-634,636,643,645,654-656,658,659,661,664,666 plus 1 summer special.
I may need to shift those later kid friendly issues, not sure I want them. My wants list, post Amazing Friends, comes down to 612, 620 & 625
An unusually large haul of MUK picked up at Glenrothes Comic Run (MUK stuff usually thin on the ground at marts). Slimer #5 and #6, all of The Incredible Hulk Presents with the free Hulk tattoo with #1 and the 19 issues of the fortnightly ST:TNG (with the free gift issues of the sew-on patch and poster) before it's very brief monthly incarnation. Uncanny X-men Easter Special 1992. Also: Overkill #1 with the poster!