Teddy Tail, presumably by Arthur Potts
Teddy Tail (Daily Mail, 2-5-1945)

Arthur Potts was a British comic artist, who signed his work with Spot. He is known as the artist who took over the newspaper strip 'Teddy Tail' in The Daily Mail after World War II, following a few years absense when the former artist Herbert Foxwell passed away in 1943. Besides the Mail, Potts's stories were also printed in comic booklets and the Teddy Tail Annuals. In 1933, Potts was present in the comic supplement of the Bristol Evening News, The Boys And Girls Own Evening World, with 'Pickles'.

Teddy Tail, presumably by Arthur Potts
Teddy Tail (Daily Mail, 2-5-1945)

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