Dick Turpin, the notorious 18th century highwayman, has appeared fairly regularly in British comics.
- There was a Dick Turpin story paper published by Aldine Publishing from 1903 to 1909, and another one published by George Newnes in the 1920s.
- Knock-Out included at least two Dick Turpin serials: "Dick Turpin's Ride to York", written by Leonard Matthews and drawn by D. C. Eyles in issues 490-498 (1948), and "Breed of the Brudenels" by Matthews and H. M. Brock in issues 564-584 (1949-50).
- Turpin's adventures were written by Mike Butterworth and drawn by Hugh McNeill in The Sun in 1951-54.
- Several Dick Turpin stories ran in Thriller Comics (later Thriller Picture Library) between 1951 and 1958, some reprinted from Knock-Out and The Sun, others originated for the series. Stories were written by Matthews, Joan Whitford, V. A. L. Holding and Mike Butterworth, and drawn by artists including Geoff Campion, Stephen Chapman, Graham Coton, Colin Merrett, Fred Holmes and Cecil Langley Doughty.
- In 1979 a Dick Turpin strip, based on the then-current ITV series starring Richard O'Sullivan, appeared in Look-In, written by Angus Allan and drawn by Martin Asbury.
- In more recent years Time Bomb Comics have published Dick Turpin and the Restless Dead (2008), written by Steve Tanner and drawn by Andy Dodd, and Dick Turpin and the Crimson Plague (2011), written by Tanner and drawn by Graham Howard.