Gnasher - Gnasher's Tale

Gnasher's Tale

After being in the Dennis strip for nine years Gnasher eventually gained his own strip entitled Gnasher's Tale. Gnasher's Tale was a comic strip in the UK comic The Beano that the fictional character Gnasher used to star in. It ran from issue 1818 (21 May 1977) to 1986, and was drawn by David Sutherland. In the strip, Gnasher would tell stories from when he was a puppy.

Although Gnasher's Tale officially ended in 1986, occasional new episodes by Barry Glennard, the artist for Gnasher and Gnipper since 1993, can be seen in annuals (namely the 2001 and 2007 ones).

Read more about this topic:  Gnasher

Other articles related to "gnasher":

Dennis The Menace (UK Comics) - Timeline
31 August 1968 Dennis found a dog on the street, Gnasher, on his way to the dog show at the local town hall ... Gnasher became a regular from this point onwards ... The strip was renamed "Dennis the Menace Gnasher" when originally it was just called "Dennis the Menace" as Gnasher had been appearing every week on the strips ...

Famous quotes containing the word tale:

    Having achieved and accomplished love ... man ... has become himself, his tale is told.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)