Sally Kemp, an orphan girl brought up in the circus, is happy to be taken on as a secretary by her Uncle Max, a film producer. She isn’t too happy when Max wants her to be a part time stunt girl too.
- Not to be confused with “Send for Sally” that appeared in Girl comic (1962).
- Send for Sally – Judy: 610 (18 September 1971) – (?)
Lyn Shaw is employed by the Yewtree Film Company as a stand-in for the stars. Because of Lyn’s daring performances, new-comer Shelley Ross becomes a star overnight by claiming to perform her own stunts. Shelley’s father, who is a director of the film company, realises that without Lyn, Shelley wouldn’t remain a star; so he tricks Lyn into believing that his daughter hasn’t long to live.
- Nine-Lives Lyn – Judy: #184 (20 July 1963) – #190 (31 August 1963)
- Reprinted – Judy: #1114 (16 May 1981) – #1120 (27 June 1981)
Sandy Clark’s uncle, an inventor, had built her an unusual bike – a computerised super bike that could talk and even fly. But only Sandy and her uncle knew about its unusual powers, everyone else wonders who the mysterious rider was.
- Bike Rider – Bunty: #1429 (01 June 1985) – ?
- Bike Rider – Bunty Annual 1990