Jocelyn Thomas was part of Frank Hampson's studio, working as an artist and colourist on "Dan Dare" for the British comic Eagle in the early 50s. She had previously worked as an illustrator on The Anvil, a church magazine produced by Eagle founder Marcus Morris. She left the studio to get married, and she and her husband lived in India for three years before returning to England.
- Daniel Tatarksy, Dan Dare: The Biography, Orion Books, 2010
- Alan Clarke, Dictionary of British Comic Artists, Writers and Editors, The British Library, 1998, p. 161