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'''The Numskulls''', little people who lived inside a man and operated the various parts of him, first appeared in ''[[The Beezer]]'' in 1962, drawn by [[Malcolm Judge]].
   
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[[Tom Lavery]] drew the strip from 1979 to 1984, after which Judge took it back until 1990, when [[Steve Bright]] took it over. When ''The Beezer'' was merged into ''[[The Beano]]'', the strip went with it, now drawn by [[Tom Paterson]]. After 2000 Paterson shared the strip with [[Barry Glennard]] and [[Dave Eastbury]]. A new Numskulls strip is currently running in the new digital ''[[The Dandy|Dandy]]'', drawn by [[Jamie Smart]].
I particualrly loved the way they dealt with food, a hatch opened on the tongue and they shoveled it all in there?
 
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==References==
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===Online reference===
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[[Category:Characters]]
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[[Category:Beezer strips]]
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Revision as of 17:11, 20 December 2012

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The Numskulls, little people who lived inside a man and operated the various parts of him, first appeared in The Beezer in 1962, drawn by Malcolm Judge.

Tom Lavery drew the strip from 1979 to 1984, after which Judge took it back until 1990, when Steve Bright took it over. When The Beezer was merged into The Beano, the strip went with it, now drawn by Tom Paterson. After 2000 Paterson shared the strip with Barry Glennard and Dave Eastbury. A new Numskulls strip is currently running in the new digital Dandy, drawn by Jamie Smart.

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Online reference