I was searching through some of my magazine boxes over the weekend and I happened across my editions of Toxic Comic.Only 31 editions were published in 1991 before the publisher Apocalypse Ltd. went bankrupt. As a comic it started strong but went downhill faster than a Star Wars prequel trilogy. It was a weekly comic and from what I remember a lot of stories ran for 2 or 3 editions then just finished mid way through, it tried to capture the feel of early 2000AD editions using artists like Mike McMahon,Simon Bisley, Kevin O'Niell and Cam Kennedy. Kennedy illustrated a story called the Bogie Man which was another strip that just seemed to end mid way, the was replaced by another Bogie Man story that had nothing to do with the last.
I don't have all 31 editions, I gave up after around issue 20, I started re buying at issue 31 because it had a cool Colin MacNiel cover, then I found out that was the final issue.
The story that did amuse me was the David Leach illustrated The Driver, and I remember my mate Rich Dolan got David to do me a Driver Birthday Card one year.
There is another comic called Toxic now that I see in the newsagents but it's aimed more at kids and has nothing to do with this comic.
Issue 31, the final issue of the short lived Toxic comic.