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sally

Publication Dates: 1969 – 1971
Number of Issues Published: 94 (#1 – #94)
Color: Colour
Paper Stock: Newsprint
Binding: Saddle-stitched
Publishing Format: Was ongoing

Sally was a weekly girls’ comic published by IPC from 1969 to 1971. Its strips included “The Cat Girl”, about a girl who became a cat-themed superhero by wearing a magic costume; “Schoolgirl Princess”; and cover feature “Maisy’s Magic Eye”.

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UPDATE 05-04-2018

12

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Annual 1971

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Annual 1972

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Annual 1973

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Annual 1974

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Annual 1975

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Annual 1976

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UPDATE 19-02-2018

1,6,8

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10,11,14

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15,16,17

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18,20,21

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23,24,25

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27,28,29

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30,31,32

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34,35,36

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38,39,41

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42,43,45

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49,70,71

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72,73,74

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UPDATE 01-10-2016

9,22,33,60




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2,3,4,5,13





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19,26,40,66




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2 responses »

  1. Frank says:

    Sally published Annuals from 1971-1976 and it is good to see you have the complete
    Annual collection.

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  2. Ian says:

    Five years before Billy Farmer became The Leopard from Lime Street in Buster, “ordinary Cathy” fought crime as The Cat Girl in IPC’s new girls’ weekly Sally. The strip debuted in the first issue in 1969, and unlike Billy Farmer who was scratched by a radioactive leopard, Cathy’s powers were derived from a non-violent source; a magical costume. When wearing the cat costume, Cathy became “agile as an acrobat, quick as a lightning flash”.

    The artist GIORGIO GIORGETTI (1920-1982) who was the creator/artist of Catgirl and left some of his original Catgirl work..given to his son Riccardo Giorgetti by the then CEO of IPC following his death.

    His dad was Italian, but moved to England in 1950. He had his art studio at his home in Margate, Kent.

    Hopefully the above info helps…

    email address is riccardogiorgetti454@btinternet.com if anyone would like further info!

    So many of those old IPC pages were destroyed or sold off, so it’s good to know those Cat Girl pages are with someone who deserves them.

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