Ollie Fliptrik

Ollie Fliptrik is a fictional character who had his own comic strip in the UK comic The Dandy. He first appeared in issue # 3138, dated 12 January 2002. The strip catalogues the crazy adventures of Ollie, a spikey-haired skateboarder, and his friends dopey Doug, Smudger and Anna, also enthusiastic skateboarders. Ollie is not a pro skater, but more and more people think he should be. The character was created and drawn by Karl Dixon, who also drew Beryl the Peril for the comic, from 1999 until 2005.

For a while Ollie also had his own fan club which readers could join, called Ollie Fliptrik's Dandy Club.

After the Xtreme revamp, Ollie's appearances became less regular, and he last appeared in March 2009.

The Dandy
Current strips
  • Bananaman
  • Beryl the Peril
  • Blinky
  • The Bogies
  • Bully Beef and Chips
  • Cuddles and Dimples
  • Desperate Dan
  • My Own Genie
  • Korky the Cat
Former strips
  • Addie and Hermy
  • Bad Max
  • Barney Boko
  • Beryl
  • Black Bob
  • Blinky
  • Corporal Clott
  • Fiddle O Diddle
  • Freddy the Fearless Fly
  • Harry Hill's Real Life Adventures in TV Land
  • Helpful Henry
  • Hyde and Shriek
  • Jak and Todd
  • The Jocks and the Geordies
  • Keyhole Kate
  • Marvo the Wonder Chicken
  • Mr. Meecher, the Uncool Teacher
  • The Nutters
  • Ollie Fliptrik
  • Owen Goal
  • P5 / Class Act
  • Peter's Pocket Grandpa
  • Pinky's Crackpot Circus
  • Puss 'n' Boots
  • The Smasher
  • Sneaker
  • Strange Hill
  • Winker Watson
See also
D. C. Thomson comics
Currently Running Comics
  • The Beano
  • BeanoMAX
  • The Dandy
  • Commando
Adventure Comics
  • Adventure
  • Bullet
  • Buddy
  • Champ
  • Commando
  • The Crunch
  • The Hornet
  • The Hotspur
  • The Rover
  • The Skipper
  • Spike
  • Starblazer
  • The Vanguard
  • The Victor
  • Warlord
  • The Wizard
Girls Comics
  • Bunty
  • Judy
  • Mandy
  • Nikki
Humour Comics
  • The Beano
  • BeanoMAX
  • The Beezer
  • Buzz
  • Classics from the Comics
  • Cracker
  • The Dandy
  • Fun Size Comics
  • Hoot
  • The Magic Comic
  • Nutty
  • Plug
  • Sparky
  • The Topper
Pre-School Comics
  • Bimbo
  • The Magic Comic
  • Twinkle
Notable Strips
  • Alf Tupper
  • Baby Crockett
  • Bananaman
  • The Bash Street Kids
  • Beryl the Peril
  • Black Bob
  • Biffo the Bear
  • The Broons
  • Calamity James
  • Cuddles and Dimples
  • Dennis the Menace
  • Desperate Dan
  • Ginger
  • Gnasher
  • Ivy the Terrible
  • Keyhole Kate
  • Korky the Cat
  • Little Plum
  • Lord Snooty
  • Matt Braddock
  • Minnie the Minx
  • The Numskulls
  • Pansy Potter
  • Roger the Dodger
  • Oor Wullie
  • Wilson the Wonder Athlete
  • Wolf of Kabul
Comic annuals
  • The Beano Annual
  • The Beezer Book
  • The Bimbo Book
  • The Dandy Annual
  • The Hotspur Book for Boys
  • The Sparky Book
  • The Topper Book
  • The Victor Book for Boys
  • Warlord Book for Boys
Character annuals
  • Bananaman Annual
  • The Bash Street Kids Annual
  • Beryl the Peril Annual
  • Black Bob Book
  • The Broons Annual
  • Dennis the Menace Annual
  • The Desperate Dan Book
  • Oor Wullie Annual
Notable Artists
  • Leo Baxendale
  • Gordon Bell
  • Nick Brennan
  • Paddy Brennan
  • Sid Burgon
  • John Geering
  • Barry Glennard
  • Ken H. Harrison
  • Laura Howell
  • Malcolm Judge
  • David Law
  • Allan Morley
  • Dave Mostyn
  • Robert Nixon
  • Gary Northfield
  • Nigel Parkinson
  • Tom Paterson
  • Jim Petrie
  • Ken Reid
  • Bill Ritchie
  • David Parkins
  • David Sutherland
  • Kev F. Sutherland
  • Dudley D. Watkins
  • Wilbur Dawbarn
  • Karl Dixon
  • The Etherington Brothers
  • Andy Fanton
  • Nigel Auchterlounie
  • Lew Stringer
  • Alexander Matthews
  • Jon Rushby
  • Trevor Metcalfe
  • Barrie Appleby
  • Charles Grigg
  • Vic Neill
  • Jamie Smart
See Also
  • Beanotown Racing
  • List of D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd publications
  • List of Fleetway and IPC Comics publications
  • List of Beano comic strips
  • List of Dandy comic strips
  • List of Beezer comic strips
  • List of Beezer and Topper comic strips


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