His previous shows at Northlands Coliseum on August 10 to 12, 1996 saw 50,871 tickets sold. The hashtag #GARTHin EDMONTON quickly became the top trending topic in Edmonton.They will only be sold online through Ticketmaster, and there is a limit of 8 tickets per customer.
This was Discussed and the future of the character in print was agreed upon.
with a new ongoing Daily strip in print being Planned to run at the end of the 2nd Online story arc, King of New York.
Huw J Believes that the online revamp of the character was the catalyst that got the longtime fans of the character to push for a return of the hero and what ultimately led the Newspaper and its Licensing arm to re-color the old strips and re launch them in the paper Garth started a run of reprints in the Daily Mirror coloured by Martin Baines in the issue dated Monday 21 February 2011.
and continues at present, the strip and the character are a testament to the longevity of good solid storytelling and characters with robust ideals.
and looks to still have a promising future Garth's time-travelling adventures lasted for over 50 years and covered 165 stories (plus two additional stories published in the Daily Mirror Book for Boys, 1970–71).
In the backstory, Garth washed ashore in Shetland and was adopted by an elderly couple.
In 2015, Published again by Pummie Productions ink, the character Starred Alongside Sexton Blake, in the 1st of what is promised to be a series of Comic books, under the Captain Garth Freeman of the Armed Services title.
this again sold out and if the team continues to publish the Comic it will be collected in a bumper edition after the 5th book.
As of Wednesday 13 August 2008, "Garth" has reappeared on the website of the Daily Mirror, drawn by the artist Huw J. ( aka Huw J & currently Huw J Matsumura ) The Online Strip, was a Successful re- Visiting / Re-Imagineering of the character, Taking him back to the Pre-Steve Dowling Origins and Establishing him in a Historical Setting.