School Friend was revived as a comic in 1950, publishing a mixture of comic strips and prose stories, and was published by AP, then Fleetway and IPC.. It ran until 1965, when it was merged into June, becoming June & School Friend. The Editor of June & School Friend was Mavis Miller. Art Editor: Colin Parker. Sub-editors: Terence Magee, Jackie Davies. Art Assistants: Ken "Sherry" Sherrington, Roger Prickett
Art Agencies used were run by Dick and Jack Wall; Temple Art Agency by Danny and Pat Kelleher; Bardon Art Associates by Barry Coker; Creaciones Ilustradas by Luis Llorente
- "Babs and the Family"
- "Bessie Bunter" (Billy Bunter's sister), written by Jim Storrie
- "Cherry and the Children", drawn by John Armstrong
- "Dilly Dreem"
- "Jill Crusoe", written by Johnny Johnson and drawn by Roland Davies
- "Kim - Dog of Mystery"
- "Lucky's Living Doll" (written by Frank Redpath and drawn by Robert MacGillivray)
- "My Friend Sara"
- "Scamp" (Harry Hargreaves)
- "The Silent Three", written by Horace Boyten and Stewart Pride, drawn by Evelyn Flinders
- "The Strangest Stories Ever Told", a pipe-smoking teller of spooky stories (various writers such as Scott Goodall, Len Wenn, Terence Magee and various artists)
- "Terry Brent", drawn by C. L. Doughty
- "Sindy", the famous toy doll, written by Cecil Graveney
There was also a School Friend Picture Library, published from 1962 to 1965, when it became June and School Friend Picture Library, and then June and School Friend and Princess Picture Library in 1966.