Life had been very pleasant for Gwen Parsons. Employed as a young scullery maid in the grand household of Greystone Grange, she had been almost like a member of the family, and was even allowed to play with Master Timmy, the baby son of her employers, Lord and Lady Felton. One night there was a terrible fire and Gwen found herself fleeing from unknown enemies with the baby.


  • Art: Terry Aspin


  • Hunted! – Bunty: #1537 (27 June 1987) – #1553 (17 October 1987)

9 thoughts on “Hunted!

  1. I haven’t actually had time today to check ‘Hunted!’. However, I’m beginning to wonder if we are dealing with some form of Time Travel. Consider this. How exactly can a serial start in 1537 (27 June 1987) and end in 1517 (7 February 1987)? The mind boggles!

  2. After this recent revelation that Time Travel is possible, I would not be surprised if I am woken up at 4 o’clock tomorrow morning from a dream in which a family of squirrels is chewing my toenails!!

  3. Oops! I entered the ending date of the story “I Can’t Find My Way Home” instead of “Hunted”. That’s what I get for entering dates after after driving 500 miles Sunday. Hunted actually ends in Bunty: #1553 (October 17, 1987).

    1. Thanks Ronnie. I understand making those mistakes when tired, though in my case it’s usually after my daughter waking me up at 5.40am like she did today, rather than long drives!

  4. It was one direction. My wife and I were on the Gulf of Mexico on vacation (holiday) last week and returned home Sunday. I live in the Nashville Tennessee area of the U.S. I had copied several Bunty serial starting and ending dates on a sheet of paper to give to Lorriane (I hope I have her name correct) and I copied the dates from the wrong line.

  5. Thank you for the clarification, Ronnie. Regarding your spelling ‘Lorriane’, it should of course be ‘Lorraine’. It is very interesting indeed to learn that you live in the Nashville Tennesee area, firstly because I had automatically assumed that you lived in England, and secondly because since childhood I have loved country music, and have several hundred LPs (long playing records) and CDs, many featuring great stars such as Hank Williams, Dolly Parton, Hank Locklin, Bobby Bare, Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, the Carter Family, Leona Williams, Ernest Tubb, Buck Owens, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Merle Haggard etcetera. I even have a framed reprint on my bedroom wall of the poster advertising the appearance of Buddy Holly and the Crickets, The Big Bopper, Dion and the Belmonts, teenage sensation Richie Valens, and the lesser-known Frankie Sardo, in a teenage special performance called ‘Winter Dance Party’, an appearance that never took place because the plane carrying them crashed due to the blizzard conditions, killing everyone on board. Dion and the Belmonts survived to sing another day because after assessing the weather conditions, they refused to fly, and travelled by train instead.

  6. I was only nine when Buddy Holly died so I don’t remember them well. My favorite group growing up was the Beatles as I was just starting high school when they got famous. I got into collecting UK girls comics by accident. I started collecting old juveniles a few years ago and bought a 1970 Sally annual. This started me buying UK annuals. I found they were from comics. I bought a large lot of Bunty’s from Canada and love the way the stories were serialized. American comics were all complete stories. What girls comics I saw growing up were all romances or comedies, so they did not appeal to me. These have a wide variety of subjects. Spelling is my weak point but I will try to remember how to spell Lorraine’s name correctly.

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