Comic characters

These are some of the many characters to be found in the magazines featured in our picture library. Move your mouse over the characters to see more about them. Or click here for an alphabetical list.

All of these characters are available for licensing, along with the domain names listed as available.

Bibby and BobbyBilly Brock and FriendsBilly the Blue TitBizzy BeaverBunny CuddlesBuster the Little CowboyChalky the Blackboard BoyCharlie ChipmunkDagwood DuckDennis and Doris, the Baby DucklingsDicky DormouseDicky and Dolly DucklingDinky and BinkyThe Dolly GirlsDouglas DachshundDumpy the DwarfThe Enchanted HouseFerdy FoxFlip and FluffFlipper the PenguinFliptail the OtterFlopsy FlufftailFreddie FrogFun in ToylandThe Gay GordonsGregory GrasshopperHappy HedgehogHarold HareJack and JillJolly JinglesJumpy the KangarooLinda and her Magic Bubble MixThe Little Friends of Frances PittThe Little HorsesLittle Red SquirrelLittle ScootyMary and the ElvesMax Bravo, the Happy HussarMeet The BeansMimi and MarmyMoony from the MoonNurse Susan and Doctor DavidNutty NoddleOur GangOut And About With Uncle BenPaddy-Paws the PuppyPaul EnglishPeggy The PigletPeriwinkle, the Little MermaidPeter and Pearl, the MerbabiesPeter PuffinPeter PuppetPinkie PuffPixie PipPrince the Wonder DogPrincess MarigoldPrincess PetalRichard LionRip, Pip and TipThe Rolling StonesSally SquirrelSilly BillySimon and SallyThe Smith Family AlbumSnugglesSonny and SallyStar the Little FoalSue CarterTeddy and CuddlyTeddy BearThere Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a ShoeTiny TalesThe Tumblies of Tumble TownWalter Hottle BottleWendy and her Toby JugWillie WizzWillow WoodWink and BlinkWinnie PegThe Wonderful Island of Yum
Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill are the young children of Mr. Honey, who runs Buttercup farm, and Mrs Honey, his wife. Their best friend is Patch the puppy who often gets them into scrapes around the house and with the farmyard animals. Jack and Jill have the curiosity and creativity of all six to eight-year-olds; anything new needs to be explored and anything that delights them in the adult world needs to be re-created around the farm yard, whether it´s a cowboy movie or a horse show.

These brief stories show two inventive children revelling in creative play.

The format varies over the years: for 16 years (over 800 episodes), the strip was told in four panels with rhyming couplets (later captions); between March 1970 and August 1974, their adventures were related in a single panel with a puzzle element before switching to a black and white internal page.

Appeared inJack and Jill (1954-85)
First Appearance27 February 1954
FormatComic strip illustrated in colour
ArtistHugh McNeill / Antonio Lupatelli / Eric Stephens / others