|Author:||Dudley D. Watkins|
|Title:||The Broons and Oor Wullie|
|Format:||lrf docx lit mbr|
|ePUB size:||1731 kb|
|FB2 size:||1447 kb|
|DJVU size:||1712 kb|
|Publisher:||D.C. Thomson & Co; 1st edition (August 1, 2010)|
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Broons And Oor Wullie, Volume 4: Sensational Sixties. by Dudley D. Watkins. Shelve The Broons and Oor Wullie 2004: More Classics from the Fifties.
The art stretching back to the 1930s right through to the 1990s and the humour are as on the button as always. The stories are always a delight, although slight and it's common that the are all the same type of story. However, the repetition of ideas is comforting and one of the best things about these sorts of volumes . The only thing I must get for christmas is either Oor Wullie or The Broons, this year I also got this collection. It is really good, it is also really interesting to see how the comics have changed over the years and also the changes in society since Oor Wullie and The Broons first appeared.
Dudley D. Watkins is a pioneer for modern British comics. The creator of the Dandy's Desperate Dan, a British icon, he is also famous for devising Lord Snooty for the Beano and Oor Wullie and The Broons for Scotland's Sunday Post. Dudley D. Short summary describing this person.
Oor Wullie (English: Our Willie) is a Scottish comic strip published in the . Thomson newspaper The Sunday Post. It features a character called Wullie Russell. Wullie is the familiar Scots nickname for boys named William. His trademarks are spiky hair, dungarees and an upturned bucket, which he uses as a seat - most strips since early 1937 begin and end with a single panel of Wullie sitting on his bucket
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Illustrator Dudley D Watkins, famous for drawing Oor Wullie and The Broons, is to be honoured with a commemorative plaque. He is the first historic figure to be recognised as part of the Commemorative Plaque Scheme for Scotland. The Dundee-based illustrator drew for The Sunday Post from 1936 until his death in 1969. Others due to be honoured with plaques include John Logie Baird, James Watt, Francis Cadell and Hamish MacCunn
Broons and Oor Wullie 60 Years In the Sunday Post 1936-1996 (v. 1). (Part of the The Broons Series). The Broons Series Dudley D. The Broons 2008 (Annual).
Around the midway point in this book Dudley D. Watkins had been drawing a weekly page of Oor Wullie and a weekly page of The Broons continuously for thirty years. You’d not know without it being pointed out. There’s no sense of ennui or slacking off, and the only real distinguishing factor differentiating these strips from those of a decade previously is that Watkins is no longer producing the large panoramic, character packed panels that occasionally concluded The Broons. With his big walrus moustache, comb-over hair, cloth cap and pipe, Pa Broon had evolved not one iota from his introduction in 1936, still looking way older than his supposed years and almost interchangeable with Grampaw.