An occasional series.
Bristow by Frank  Dickens is the worlds longest running single author cartoon strip.
First published in the Aberdeen Press & Journal on 18th September 1961 Bristow ran for 41 years in the London UK Evening Standard.
Currently, it appears in the Melbourne Herald and in the Sydney Morning Herald.

Submitted by Arthur on Tue, 2013-09-03 19:08


Hullo Anthony,

you're right.

I can't be sure after all this time where I got the images from but if from your website excuse me for failing to acknowledge the fact. I'll try to be more careful in future.

Recently said all comments left with links would be deleted but if you like I will make an exception. 


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