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Beryl The Peril Wears Ribbons In Her Hair (Limited Edition Print) (Signed)

Beryl The Peril Wears Ribbons In Her Hair (Limited Edition Print) (Signed) by Dandy comic at The Illustration Art Gallery

Ref: JPRBeryl (Click for LARGE picture)

Artist: Dandy comic artist
Medium: Numbered Limited edition Screenprint on Cotton Paper
Size: 7" x 10" (190mm x 260mm)
Signature: Signed by printer in pencil lower right and numbered lower left

This is a Signed Limited edition print.

Beryl the Peril (or simply Beryl) is a fictional character created by David Law, the creator of Dennis the Menace, for issue 1 of The Topper comic (dated 7 February 1953) published by DC Thomson & Co. Limited.

Like Dennis, she had black and red apparel, and devilishly tormented her parents and other members of her community. Despite not having quite as many appearances as other DC Thomson characters such as Dennis the Menace or Desperate Dan, Beryl is still considered one of the classic characters which define the popularity of British comics.

Beryl the Peril first appeared in the first issue of The Topper in 1953. She was created to be a female equivalent to The Beano's Dennis the Menace. Davey Law, her artist and creator, drew inspiration from his daughter, who would often pull faces during her tantrums.

The strips were similar in concept to the Dennis the Menace ones in that she would cause chaos through menacing her neighbours, parents and school teachers. In 1958, Beryl was chosen as one of the few of D.C. Thomson's characters to earn an annual all to herself, consisting solely from reprints in past years.

The Beezer and Topper was cancelled in August 1993, and Beryl joined The Dandy comic. Notably, she was the only Beezer and Topper character to transfer to The Dandy as soon as the former comic folded.

This is a handmade original screenprint: a work of art printed by hand, from a plate, block, stone, or stencil (which is the case here - screenprints are made using screen stencils) that has been created by the artist for the purpose of producing the image.

Signed and numbered out of 200 in pencil by the printer, John Patrick Reynolds.

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