Pop, Dick and Harry

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Pop, Dick and Harry was a long lasting British comic strip series published in the magazine The Beezer from 1956 until 1990. It was originally drawn by Tom Bannister until 1981, after which Peter Moonie took it over until 1987. After that date Brian Walker continued the series for another three years. Pop, Dick and Harry was the only comic strip that ran in The Beezer from the first until the last issue.

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Pop, Dick and Harry was a gag-a-day comic about two twins, Dick and Harry, who always engaged in bad behavior and disobeyed and tormented their overweight father, Pop. In some gags hand do their own thing. However, there were times when he managed to outsmart them.

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