News — DC Thomson

ON THE DRYING RACK: THE BASH STREET KIDS ARE GIVEN A STIRRING TALK BY DANNY

Posted by John Reynolds on

Here I love:1/ Danny earnest attempt to cheer them up.2/ Their complete lack of response.

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ON THE DRYING RACK: BIFFO THE BEAR WATCHES TELLY

Posted by John Reynolds on

Beautiful handmade screenprint of Biffo the Bear, from The Beano, watching TV. On lovely cotton paper. Officially approved by publishe DC Thomson.

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Focus on Dennis the Menace, comic icon

Posted by John Reynolds on

Dennis the Menace, icon of The Beano and hero to thousands of children, makes for some dramatic screenprints. Printer John Patrick Reynolds focuses on the character and the prints he has made using the  images, all approve by Dundee publisher DC Thomson.

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FOCUS ON ALF TUPPER - THE RUNNER'S RUNNER

Posted by John jpr@thecomicartwebsite.com on

Alf Tupper, the Tough of the Track, was my favourite character in DC Thomson’s boys’ adventure comic The Victor. I have six separate images of the character, and you can see them here: https://thecomicartwebsite.com/?s=tupper&post_type=product Alf was hero to millions of British blokes who grew up in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. These included several generations […]

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HAPPY GNASHER GOES BIG

Posted by John Reynolds on

I’ve printed this image of Gnasher grinning his biggest grin in my largest size. Dennis the Menace’s faithful hound is obviously having a good day. Dennis the Menace, the star of The Beano comic, first appeared in 1951. He has since become a kind of national mascot – what Asterix is to France, or Oor […]

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