Tiffany Jones

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Tiffany Jones
Author(s)Pat Tourret, Jenny Butterworth
Current status/scheduleTerminated.
Launch date1964
End date1977
Publisher(s)Daily Sketch
Genre(s)Drama comics.

Tiffany Jones was a British comic strip that ran in syndication between 1964 and 1977 and was published in Daily Sketch. The series centred on a young woman who travelled to London to become a fashion model. It is notable for being created by two female comic strip artists, Pat Tourret and Jenny Butterworth.[1] Despite its feminist public image the comic still provided some light erotic fanservice.[2]

The series was popular enough to inspire a 1973 comedy film, Tiffany Jones.

"Tiffany Jones" was listed in 1001 Comics You Should Read Before You Die by Quintessence Editions.[3]

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  1. ^ https://www.lambiek.net/artists/t/tourret_pat.htm
  2. ^ Gravett, Paul, "1001 Comics You Should Read Before You Die", Universe, 2011, page 254.
  3. ^ Gravett, Paul, "1001 Comics You Should Read Before You Die", Universe, 2011, page 254.