Yvonne Jeanne Hutton (October 31, 1941 – March 1992), was a British comics artist best known for her work on soccer series Roy of the Rovers.

Hutton was born in the town of Weymouth in Dorset, England in 1941. 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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"Roy of the Rovers", from Tiger, 1972


  1. "David Sque Interview Pt. 1" (, Fústar. Published 23 Mar 2006. Archived 22 Feb 2014.
  2. "Yvonne Hutton", Lambiek Comiclopedia. Published 27 May 2011. Accessed 31 Oct 2017.
  3. "Behind the Scenes: The Artists" (, The Official Roy of the Rovers website. Archived 15 Jul 2011.
  4. "Roy of the Rovers Stories" (, The Official Roy of the Rovers website. Archived 15 May 2010.
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