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Judy was a British pre-teen and teen girl's magazineprimarily in comic-book form. Judy was extant from to Comic was published by DC Thomson. Thompson had published its first girls' magazine, Buntyin The success of this title led DC Thomson to publish Judywhich was also successful: between them, Bunty and Judy achieved a circulation over one million. ByDC Thomson's girls' becoming dress had fallen off somewhat BuntyJudyMandy judy, and Debbie had a combined circulation ofthat year but cmic the market leader.
Judy offered a mix of romance, pathos, school, and girl-next-door stories, thriving well into the era when comic, fashion, and teen idol fare judy popular comicc girls' magazines. Among the fare offered by Judy was stories of girls article source adversity comoc overcoming it "Nobody Loves Dixie" tells of a comic wheel-chair bound girl who wins a trophy and rises from her wheelchair to collect it  or succumbing to it in the harrowing "Nothing Ever Goes Right"the heroine, beset with poverty, orphanhood, and health problems, dies of heart failure while rescuing children comic an abandoned argentina aerolineas. The insouciant Bobby Dazzler was a recurring character.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Judy satirical magazine or Aunt Judy's Magazine. Retrieved 2 March Studies in European Comics and Graphic Novels. Leuven University Press.
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