David Mostyn (cartoonist)

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David Mostyn is a British cartoonist and commercial illustrator[1] who drew for D.C. Thomson from the early 1980s to present.


Mostyn works out of Oxford, England.[2]


He has appeared at the Edinburgh Festival along with a poet named Roger McGough. He has also appeared on BBC TV and BBC Radio. Mostyn has also gotten together with famous author Philip Pullman, Richard Hammond, comedian David Williams, and writer Gyles Brandreth.[2]


He was the creator of several comic strips:

  • Bertie Buncle (Dandy, 1978-1982)
  • Extra Terrestrial Teacher (School Fun, 1983-1984)
  • Strange Hill (Dandy, 1986-2004)
  • Danny's Nanny (Beano 1988-1994)
  • Meet Edd: He's a Ghost (Beezer and Topper, 1991-1993)
  • Molly (Dandy, 1991-2004)
  • Cowerin' Wolf (Dandy, 1995-?)
  • Hector Spectre (Dandy, 1996-?)
  • Medieval Knievel (Dandy, 2003?)
  • Eddie The Ghost (Dandy, 2004)
  • Hugh Dunnit (Beano, 2005)
  • Dr. Doctor (Dandy, 2010)
  • Disaster Chef (Dandy, 2011-)

Mostyn has also worked for various jokebooks.

Mostyn's portfolio includes work for:


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