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Robin was a British weekly children's magazine published from 1953 to 1969, originally by Hulton Press. Associated annuals were also produced, the first dated 1954, until at least the ninth in 1962. Robin was billed as Companion to Eagle, Girl and Swift, and aimed at younger readers and pre-readers.
Regular comic strip features included:
- Andy Pandy, based on the BBC television series.
- Harriet and Smith, about a girl Harriet and her cat Smith
- Johnny Bull
- Flower Pot Men, based on the BBC television series.
- Midge the little motor-car
- Princess Tai-Lu, about a siamese cat able to do magic, and her friends Gwladys, Ivor, Mr. Tonkins and Jed.
- Richard Lion, which followed the adventures of Richard and his friends Henry the kangaroo, Pug the bulldog, Peggy the black panther, Nemo the jester and others.
- The twins Simon and Sally
- Tom the Tractor
- Tubby the Odd-job Engine, the adventures of a little tank engine and his slightly eccentric, bearded driver Mr. Pickles.
- The story of Woppit, which followed the adventures of a bear-like creature Woppit and his friends Tiptop the scarecrow, Mokey the donkey and Mrs. Bumble.
Other items included games and puzzles, stories in prose both fictional and true life, poems, colouring-in, and craft projects.
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