Debbie 1982

Picture Stories

  • Mary Brown’s Schooldays (Pages: 4-9)  [Art: Pamela Chapeau]
  • The Black Tulip (Pages: 12-15)
  • Trixie’s Treasure Chest (Pages: 25-29) [Art: Robert MacGillivray]
  • The Shop at Shudder Corner (Pages: 30-32) [Art: David Matysiak]
  • Little Sis (Pages: 33-34)
  • The Boy Who Loved Ballet (Marlova) (Pages: 35-39) [Art: Tom Hurst]
  • The Black Tulip Part 2 (Pages: 50-53)
  • All Because of Perky… (Pages: 56- 61)  [Art: Pamela Chapeau]
  • The Puppet Theatre (Damian Darke) (Pages: 63-68) [Art: Norman Lee]
  • Spring-Heeled Jill (Pages: 71-73)
  • The Black Tulip Part 3 (Pages: 76-79)
  • Little Sis (Pages: 87-88) [Art: Doris Kinnear]
  • The Bionic Horse (Pages: 89-94) [Art: Peter Davidson?]
  • My Pal Lou (Pages: 97-101)
  • A Precious Gift (Pages: 104-106)
  • The Black Tulip Part 4 (Pages: 117-120)
  • Lovely to Look at… (Pages: 121-125) [Art: David Matysiak]

Text Stories

  • A Gift of Friendship (Pages: 10-11)
  • When the Snow was Round About. Deep & Crisp & Even…. (Pages: 54-55)
  • Meg of the Moors (Pages: 69-70)
  • Nature’s Own Special Magic (Pages: 95-96)

Photo Stories

  • A Summer Place (Pages: 17-22)
  • My Friend Flappers (Pages: 42-48)
  • Harriet (Pages: 82-86)
  • Unlucky 13 (Pages: 108-112)

Features

  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 16)
  • Dolly Mixtures (Pages: 23-24)
  • Are You a Good Friend? (Pages: 40-41)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 49)
  • Ribbons and Bows (Pages: 62)
  • What a Spread! (Pages: 74-75)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 80)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 81)
  • Are You a Party Girl? (Pages: 102-103)
  • Teaser Time (Pages: 107)
  • Debbie Superpets (Pages: 113)

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3 thoughts on “Debbie 1982

  1. I’m pretty certain that the artist for the “Mary Brown’s Schooldays” series in Debbie was Pamela Chapeau, who also did “All Because of Perky” in this annual.

    Also, I wonder whether “The Bionic Horse” was done by Peter Davidson, the Broons artist. I’ve not heard of him working in girls’ comics, but he was on the DC Thomson staff at this time, and might well have done a few girls’ comic strips.

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