Sara Brent was delighted when her widowed mum remarried, but her brother Danny did not get on well with their new dad.
- Oh Danny Boy! – Tracy: #190 (21 May 1983) – #199 (23 July 1983)
Heather’s big brother Basil did a lot for her when she was a kid and now she’ll do anything for him. When he becomes head over heels in love with a fluttery eyed blonde called Gloria Brett and can’t think of anything else, Heather tries to help him get Gloria’s attention.
Judy had a number of short humour cartoon strips over the years. While they had a long runs, they could also appear quite sporadically and many had reprints in later years. Some were full length pages, others were shorter. Note some long running strips are in seperate posts:
The rest of the humour strips are listed below
A humour strip with a girl Janie B. Quick and as the title suggests, she is very fast. She has problems slowing down to anything which usually ends in her upsetting a lot of people. Initially she stared as a 1 page strip but later was reduced to half a page.
(Art: George Martin  )
Young Polly Perkins often helps her mother by taking baby out in the pram. Baby ends up causing trouble along the way. Notably there were two distinct artist for this strip.
(Polly and her Pram – 1964)
(Polly and her Pram – 1968, Art: Gordon Bell)
A humour strip about a rough and naughty schoolgirl Dotty. This had a short run, but later Judy would have a longer run with a humour strip called “Naughty Dottie“, this was drawn by a different artist but she wore a similar uniform to Dotty, so perhaps it was a reworking of this earlier strip.
A humour strip about a girl Daisy, who tries to avoid work or anything that would require effort. Although often her quick solutions end up being more work.
A humour strip about a girl Cora and her attempts to get a boyfriend. The character also appeared in the Make and Do features in Judy.
A humour strip, usually three panels, narrated by a dog. It usually appeared in the Mini Mag section.
Short humour strip about a young girl, usually appeared in the Mini Mag section of Judy. It was later reprinted in M&J when that comic had a cartoon section, that featured different 3 panel humour strips, this included a Little Sister strip.
A humour strip that usually took up half a page. Nothing ever seems to go right for Jinxy!
Dinah wants a dog but her father is determined not to have a pet.
Aunt Tess tended to let her imagination run away with her when telling stories of her past.
A humour strip about a horses and horse riding, sometimes with helpful tips about owning horse.
Appeared for short period in the 1970s, no relation to the famous Andrew Wilson story.
Ann always has problems with her brother Dave. This started as a strip on the back cover then moved into the mini-mag in the centre pages. It had a short run.
Adventures of a witch named Zsa Zsa.
3 panel strip about a young girl.