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Sparky was a British comic published weekly by DC Thomsonthat ran from issue Freeman* / Borden* / Cain* - Pack Down 23 January to 9 July when it merged with Sparky - Sunnyside Up - Hard Old Dollar Topper after issues. From — the comic published an annual entitled The Sparky Book. It was a DC Thomson comic, originally aimed at a slightly younger audience to The Beano and The Dandy later it was aimed at the same audience.
It changed its name to The Sparky Comic in Strips which featured in Sparky at some point during the course of its year run included. All numbers refer to issues of Sparky. As well as featuring comic strips featured Adventurous strips, however fewer and fewer of these appeared later in the comic's life.
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Hungry Horace. George Drysdale. Later moved back to The Dandy. Joe Bann and his Big Banjo. Freddie the Fearless Fly. Jeff ye Jolly Jester. Hockey Hannah. Dick Turpentine. Stoneage Steve. Frosty McNab. Black Jack the Chimney Sweep.
Grandma Jolly and her Brolly. Peter Piper. A boy with magic pipes which could make objects and pictures alive, revival of story from The Magic Comic. Winnie the Witch. A strip with the same name appeared in The Beano. The Slowdown Express. Fireman Fred. Granny Cupp and her Flying Saucer. My Grockle and Me. Revival of a strip from The Rover and later The Dandy.
Harry Carry. Meddlesome Matty. Originally in The Dandy. A girl whose meddling always got her into trouble. Snapshot Sid. Tom Tardy. Charlie Chutney. Big Billy Bigg Belgian import, known as Jerom.
Drawn by Eduard De Rop. Cheating Charley. Similar to Biffo the Bear and the third cover strip. Name changed to Barney Bulldog in issue 1 February Bill Hill. Two incompetent policemen named Cedric and Frederic the name comes from the contemporary show Z-Carsbut with a pun on learning 'L-plates'.
Gordon Bell. Esky Mo. Harry Presto. Sparky People. Wyatt Twerp. Ron Spencer. Hugh Morren. Male version of Meddlesome Matty. Les Barton — Brian Walker — John Fox — He was a secret agent with a long coat which concealed Sparky - Sunnyside Up - Hard Old Dollar of weapons and gadgets.
Similar to a character from Smash! Cap'n Hood and his Merry Men. Kings of the Castle. Puss 'n' Boots. Sam's Snake. Ali's Baba. Mal Judge . Early strips were called Ali and his Baba. An invisible guardian angel Ali, who lived on a cloud and wore a cape, following an unknowing toddler Baba at all times and protected him from harm.
Rudolph the Red Coat Mountie. All the other mounties in the force had failed to catch master of disguise dangerous Dan McGurk, and so it fell to assistant cook Rudolph to get his man!
Reprinted in — Trouble Bruin. Jim Petrie had nothing to do with strip! Les BartonJim Petrie . Phillip Milar.
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