News — Dennis the Menace

COMIC CATS AND DES BANDES DESSINÉES DOGS

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Cats and dogs by Thelwell, George Herriman's surreal Krazy Kat, Dennis the Menace's Gnasher, and Uderzo's Dogmatix - or Idefix to the French. They're all here. Screenprinted with affection by John Patrick Reynolds, with thanks to DC Thomson, Editions Albert Renee and David Thelwell

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Great combinations: Beano icons

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Great screenprint combinations: portraits of three Beano icons. And affordable too

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RECENT BATCH OF PRINTS: TEACHER CHEERFULLY INSULTS THE BASH STREET KIDS

Posted by John Reynolds on

Here I love:1/ The friendly tone of his insult2/ How the front row Kids are ignoring him3/ How the Kids don't seem to mind being insulted.4/ How Danny and Herbert are teasing Spotty.

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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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HAPPY GNASHER GOES BIG

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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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