Nigel Auchterlounie

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Nigel Auchterlounie is a British comics artist and cartoonist. His graphic novel, Spleenal, was published by Blank Slate Books in 2009.[1][2] His artwork also featured heavily in the children's comic The Dandy, often writing the strips himself.

For the final print Dandy celebrating its 75th anniversary, Nigel drew The Bogies, My Freaky Family, Tom Tum, Bertie Buncle and his Chemical Uncle, Joe White and the Seven Dwarves, Old King Cole, Korky the Cat and Jibber and Steve as well as writing The Jocks and the Geordies.

In November 2012, Nigel Auchterlounie became the writer of Dennis the Menace[3] as well as the writer/artist for Pup Parade for The Beano. Nigel currently writes Dennis the Menace and Gnasher in both the weekly comic and in the Dennis the Menace and Gnasher Megazine, he is the only scriptwriter to be credited in the weekly. Nigel also writes The Bash Street Kids, Bananaman as well as both writing and drawing The Numskulls as of #3695.

Children's comic work[edit]

Comic Strip Dates Comic drawn for Notes
Baa Baa Bad Sheep 2012 The Dandy Mini-strip
The Bogies 2008-2012 The Dandy Originally appearing in children's magazine Toxic
Clive 5 2010-2011 The Dandy
Corporal Clott 2011, 2012 The Dandy First in the 2012 Annual, then in the weekly in late 2012.
The Dandy Presents... 2012 The Dandy
The Gleeks 2011 The Dandy
Jibber & Steve 2010-2013 The Dandy Originally half-pager, then mini-strip
My Freaky Family 2011-2012 The Dandy
The Numskulls 2013–Present The Beano
Pup Parade 2012-2013 The Beano Part of the Funsize Funnies
Professor Dandy's World of Facts 2010-2011 The Dandy Mini-strip
Space Dogz 2011 The Dandy
Superball 2012 The Dandy Mini-strip
Twitter 2010-2012 The Dandy Mini-strip
Diary of a Bash Street Kid 2014–Present The Beano Prose Story

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