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Newspaper Cartoon Strips Quiz

Can you identify these cartoon strips or their UK National newspapers? 10 Questions.

 
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Which comic strip appeared in the Daily Express from November 1920?

  • Winnie The Pooh
  • Rupert Bear
  • Paddington Bear
  • Get Fuzzy

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Since 1922, the Daily Mirror's 'Wellington' & 'Boot' have been better known by what name?

  • The Pests
  • The Rotters
  • The Broons
  • The Perishers

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Which newspaper introduced the comic strip 'Jane' in December 1932?

  • Daily Mirror
  • Sketch
  • Daily Mail
  • Daily Express

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By what name have this couple been better known since their appearance by the Daily Express in 1950?

  • The Cloggies
  • The Seekers
  • The Gambols
  • The Larks

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Syndicated in 1952, 'Peanuts', by US cartoonist Charles M. Schulz, made its first UK appearance in which Sunday paper?

  • Sketch
  • Mirror
  • Telegraph
  • Mail

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First published in the Daily Mirror from August 1957, who did cartoonist Reg Smythe unleash upon the UK?

  • Just Jake
  • Andy Capp
  • Bristow
  • Angus Og

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Which Alex Graham creation has amused us in the Daily Mail since July 1963?

  • Buster
  • Fred Basset
  • Fluke
  • Romeo Brown

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In 1978, cartoonist Roger Kettle introduced us to life in the French Foreign Legion with 'Beau Peep' in which daily paper?

  • Star
  • Mirror
  • Sun
  • Mail

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Also in 1978, which Jim Davis creation was introduced to the UK in the Daily Mail?

  • Felix
  • Garfield
  • Tom
  • Snagglepuss

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Attempting a new 3D strip about London's 'Thamesford' soccer side, what was the name of this 1985 creation by Pete Nash in 'The Sun'?

  • Oor Wullie
  • Scorer
  • Billy's Boots
  • Striker

 

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