The Happy Days by Andrew Wilson
The Happy Days (from Dutch magazine Tina #45, 1975)

Andrew J. Wilson is a British comic book artist, whose work has mainly appeared in Fleetway's weekly comics for girls during the 1960s and 1970s. His best known strip was 'The Happy Days', that ran in Princess (1960-1967) and Princess Tina (1967-1973). Some stories were reprinted in Girl (1964) and Pixie (1973). He also made 'Lassie Come Home' for Princess Tina in 1968-69. By the late 1970s, Wilson contributed to Buster, taking over 'The Runaways' from Joe Colquhoun and creating 'The Byrds of Paradise Isle' (1978-1980) and 'Johnny's Journey' (1980).

The Happy Days by Andrew Wilson

Last updated: 2012-07-14

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