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"Roy of the Rovers", from Tiger, 1972

Yvonne Hutton (néeYvonne Jean Mullans; born Weymouth, Dorset, October 31 1941; d. March 1992), was a British comics artist best known for her work on soccer series Roy of the Rovers.

While attending Poole Art College,[1] she got work in comics through Colin Page's studio.[2] She drew the "Roy of the Rovers" strip in Tiger from 1967-75, and again in 1976-78,[3] as well as a number of back-up strips in Roy of the Rovers weekly, including "Durrell's Palace" (1981-85), "Wayne's Wolves" (1985-86) "Kevin's Chance" (1986-87) "City" (1987-88), and "Terrible Twins" (1988-89).[4] She also drew the Roy of the Rovers daily strip in the Daily Star until December 1991, when she was involved in a serious car accident. She died in March 1992.

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