Colin Shelbourn was Look-in’s second Editor taking over from Alan Fennell in 1975 and staying until 1992.
Colin gained a graphic design degree at college, and stated working for Marshall Cavendish partworks. He stayed a year before being taken on as Look-in's Art Editor, he stayed at Look-in 21 years, becoming the Editor in 1975.
The changes in the 70’s were minimal, in comparison to the changes when the politically correct 80’s came in. Colin took a very forthright view on violence, and made Angus P. Allan write all the action strips with few or no weapons, and as little fighting as possible. Later on Action strips declined for more ‘kid friendly’ cartoon/and comedy strips.