Edited by Charles Ross (1869-1887), owned and run by the Dalziel Brothers (1872-1887), Judy featured work by Duval, A. B. Frost, Adelaide Claxton, Hablot Knight Browne, and Ross himself. But the artistic mainstay of this formidable rival to Punch was the cartoonist William Boucher. The heyday of Judy was the heyday of Boucher himself. — Richard Scully.


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Clothing and Fashion

Multi-Panel Cartoons

Political Cartoons: Women's Roles and Rights

Political Cartoons: The Russo-Turkish War

The Shah of Iran’s Visit to England (1872)


On the Street


Scully, Richard. "William Henry Boucher (1837-1906): Illustrator and Judy Cartoonist." Victorian Periodicals Review 46, no.4 (Winter 2013): 441-74.

Scully, Richard. Eminent Victorian Cartoonists – Volume II: The Rivals of "Mr Punch." London: Political Cartoon Society, 2018 (esp. pp.52-92).

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