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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! X-Ray Specs was a comic strip illustrated by Mike Lacey that appeared in the first issue of the British comic Monster Fun on June 14, 1975.X-Ray Specs followed the adventures of a boy called Ray and his square-shaped spectacles, which were lent to him by I.SQuint, the optician. THese spectacles gave Ray x-ray vision with which he could see through everything. RAy could adjust the power of this vision at will; it could range from a view under people's clothes (such as for spotting stolen goods from under a man's jacket), to skeletons and walls. RAy later discovered that if he turned the spectacles around and looked through the front of the lenses, he could see a living person from his skeleton a kind of reverse x-ray with the added dimension of time. IN issues 15 (September 20, 1975) and 20 (October 25, 1975), Ray was the cover star of the comic, and the strip was retained in Buster's first issue on November 6, 1976.