The best known of all the characters he drew in comics.
Before Jammy we had this teacher. Geogre sure drew a lot of teachers in his comic pages. 1960 27th Feb.
These kids are awful to the teacher...very black hunour. They were often trying to blow him up and the school...
27th Feb 1960. The first comic character he did for The Dandy. Unless someone knows better.
George did write a lot of his own scripts, particularly for his work that appeared in Topper and Dandy.
Off the top of my head a list of George's strips should certainly include the following
Wily Smiley the Jungle Joker (first Thomson strip)
Robinson and his dog Crusoe
Jammy Mr Sammy
Send for Kelly
Jiffy and the Glyphs
The Hillys and the Billys
Young Sid the Copper's Kid
The Planet of the Nirdles
Nip and Rrip
Jay R Hood
I'm sure that I've missed one or two but the above is a pretty fair representation of what he drew in his forty year career as a freelancer for Thomsons.
Thanks Kashgar from comicsuk forum
Ideal for George to draw he obviously loved drawing slapstick comic pages. Very clownish his work...e.g a pie in the face often happened.
A nice idea to choose your own characters...
3rd Novemeber 1984.
I rememeber this one has a kid. A very nice strip.
Could kids today relate to this character..it was a much simpiler life back then..
A dog world...very unusual for DC Thomson.
More of George's work to come...