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Nutty was a British comic book that ran for 292 issues from 16 February 1980 to 14 September 1985, when it merged with The Dandy. Published by D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd, Nutty was an attempt to create a more lively and chaotic comic compared to many on sale at the time. Its strips included: A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. ... February 16 is the 47th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... 1980 (MCMLXXX) was a leap year starting on Tuesday. ... September 14 is the 257th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (258th in leap years). ... 1985 (MCMLXXXV) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The Dandy is a British childrens comic published by D. C. Thomson & Co. ... D. C. Thomson & Co. ...

  • Bananaman as its main strip and by far its most popular. Drawn by John Geering, survived Dandy merger
  • Blubba and the Bear, an eskimo in conflict with a polar bear trying to steal his fish
  • Cannonball Kid, "He's Football Crazy", similar to a Beano strip called Ball Boy
  • Cuddles, a naughty baby. Drawn by Barrie Appleby and later moved to Hoot
  • Dick Turban, Desert Highwayman, a boy desert raider who rode a camel
  • Doodlebug, a slightly surreal tale of a hamster in a comic book world who could draw and remove things with a magic pencil. Doodlebug wasn't a hamster. He was, as his name indicated, a bug. The other inhabitants of this world were also bugs, with their names refecting their personality. Humbug, for instance was of a miserable disposition. Bedbug was portrayed as a sleepy character, often seen in bed or at least in bedclothes. These characters often reappreared, but it wasn't always the same character that had been seen previously. Drawn by Gordon Bell
  • Ethel Red, a Viking girl
  • Horace Cope, a boy of the same name who enlisted help from his grandmother, Madame Zsa Zsa, an astrologer
  • Jay R. Hood, "He's Anything But Good", a junior version of J.R. Ewing. Drawn by George Martin
  • Micro Dot, a girl who consulted her BBC Micro for advice. Drawn by Gordon Bell
  • Mitey Joe, about a small boy and his wish to be taller. Drawn by John Geering
  • Nip and Rrip, a boy with a violent cat which bore a remarkable similarity to Gnasher. Drawn by George Martin
  • Peter Pest, a boy who constantly interrupted his sister's attempt to be alone with her boyfriends. Survived Dandy merger
  • Pig Tales, a family of pigs, similar to a Beano strip "The Three Bears"
  • Ron Brown's Schooldays, the adventures of a group of schoolkids. The title was a play on Tom Brown's Schooldays
  • Samuel Creeps, a school swot who outwitted bullies
  • Scoopy, "The Runaround Hound With a Nose For News", a dog journalist. Drawn by Gordon Bell
  • The Snobbs and the Slobbs, a rich-family-versus-poor-family strip. Drawn by John Geering; survived Dandy merger
  • Snoozer, similar to Whizzer and Chips' Lazy Bones at the time, this strip concerned a boy who kept falling asleep. Drawn by Gordon Bell
  • Stevie Starr, a young TV star whom we saw making, or starring in, a different show each week
  • Whoops-A-Daisy, a mischievous girl. Drawn by Barry Appleby
  • The Wild Rovers, a group of dogs who had comedy adventures

Bananaman is a British comic book fictional character. ... British cartoonist with a distinctive, occasionally flamboyant style, most famous for his work for DC Thomson titles including Sparky, Topper, Nutty and the Beano. ... Distribution of Inuit language variants across the Arctic. ... Binomial name Ursus maritimus Phipps, 1774 The polar bear (Ursus maritimus), also known as the white bear, northern bear, or sea bear, is a large bear native to the Arctic. ... A giant grouper at the Georgia Aquarium Fish are aquatic vertebrates that are typically cold-blooded; covered with scales, and equipped with two sets of paired fins and several unpaired fins. ... Cannonball Kid was a comic strip appearing in Nutty comic and drawn by Rob Lee from 1980 to 1985. ... This article is about the comic. ... Ball Boy is a comic strip in the UK comic The Beano and also the name of the main character. ... For the 2002 young adult novel by Carl Hiaasen, see Hoot (Hiaasen). ... Gordon Bell is an artist who lives in the UK. From the 1960s onward he has worked extensively for D. C. Thomson & Co. ... Hand-coloured version of the anonymous Flammarion woodcut. ... The Southfork Ranch, home of the Ewing family The original cast of Dallas. ... The BBC Micro, affectionately known as the Beeb, was an early home computer. ... British cartoonist with a distinctive, occasionally flamboyant style, most famous for his work for DC Thomson titles including Sparky, Topper, Nutty and the Beano. ... For the American comic strip of the same name, see Dennis the Menace (US). ... The Three Bears was a long-running comic strip in the UK comic The Beano. ... Cover of 1999 re-issue by Oxford Worlds Classics Tom Browns Schooldays, first published in 1857, is a novel by Thomas Hughes, set at a public school, Rugby School for Boys, in the 1830s when Hughes himself had been a student there. ... This does not cite its references or sources. ... Whizzer and Chips was a British comic book that ran from the issues dated 18 October 1969 to 27 October 1990, when it merged with Buster. ... Lazy Bones was originally a comic strip in the UK comic Whizzer and Chips. ...

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26Pigs.com : UK Comics : Nutty (160 words)
Bananaman was the star of Nutty and went on to have his own TV cartoon.
Nutty lasted for 292 issues and ended on the issue dated sept 14th 1985.
The Nutty logo last appeared on the Dandy front page in the issue dated june 28th 1986 #2327.
News Release: Researchers Unlock the Secret Behind Nutty-Flavored Cheddar Cheese (754 words)
Drake says that there may be three methods to accelerate nutty flavor: the use of starter cultures capable of releasing the required amino acids; addition of the required amino acids into cheese milk or slurry; and accelerating the conversion rate of the required amino acids into aroma compounds.
Since nutty flavor is a desirable trait and occurs predominantly and unpredictably in aged cheese, the next step is to find a way to promote nutty flavor in younger cheeses, Drake says.
Volatile aroma components from Cheddar cheeses with and without nutty flavors were isolated and characterized using solvent extraction with high vacuum distillation, dynamic headspace analysis, gas chromatography-olfactometry, and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
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