british girls

British girls' comics flourished in the United Kingdom from the 1950s through the 1970s, before beginning to decline in popularity in the 1980s and 1990s. Publishers known for their girls' comics included DC Thomson and Fleetway/IPC. Most titles appeared weekly, with the content primarily in picture-story format. The majority of the stories were serialized, with typically 2-3 pages of a particular story appearing in each issue, and most stories lasting for 8-12 installments. They were marketed towards young teen girls.British girls' comics were notable for their titles, which were often based on popular girls' names. Examples include Mirabelle, Bunty, Judy, Diana, Jackie, June, Penelope, Mandy, Tina, Sally, Tammy, Sandie, Debbie, Jinty, Lindy, Misty, Emma, Penny, Tracy, Suzy, and Nikki.
Long-running titles included Bunty, Mandy, and Judy (all DC Thomson); and Tammy (IPC).

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