Nancy the Little Nurse
"Nancy the Little Nurse" (later "Nurse Nancy") was a strip that ran in Twinkle from 1968 to 1998. The strip was drawn by Sabine Price.1 It started off in back and white, and then went into colour in 1988. "Nurse Nancy" was always the most popular story in Twinkle, and for a while in the 1990s...
Peter Gray's Comics and Art
28th Jan 1961 Jack and Jill cover art by Hugh McNeill Nursery titles like HHOP, Playhour, Jack & Jill, Bimbo, Once Upon a Time, etc. had some fantastic free gifts and were amongst the most successful comics ever published; what's more I suspect they would have been the first type of comic most of us read (or at least owned) - in spite of which they are very rarely collected today. The trouble is that adults only tend to retain a handful of impressionistic memories from infancy. To my mind…
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This Week In... 1971 - Whizzer and Chips!
It's time for another 'This Week In' post and this time we go back to 1971 to this issue of Whizzer and Chips! Inside we get a special note from the editor, who reveals the most popular characters in the comic. At the top of that list is Harry's Haunted House, and this one I agree is very good, but not my favourite strip in the comic (my favourite is probably Champ - which makes me a Whizz-kid!). The Chip-ites were very proud to have the most popular character, but that would change in the…
Meet The 3 Essential Workers On The July 2020 Cover Of British Vogue
British Vogue's July 2020 cover story celebrates the millions of keyworkers in the UK who, at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, and in the face of danger, put on their uniforms and went to work. Olivia Marks meets Narguis Horsford, the train driver, Rachel Millar, the midwife and Anisa Omar, the supermarket assistant, who appear on the trio of covers, photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth.
Beyoncé Covers The December Issue Of British Vogue
“Everyone always wants to know what it’s like to work with Beyoncé and her incredible team, and the answer is… flawless,” says Edward Enninful in his editor’s letter