CARRIE'S DEN

We have good quality scans of all 171 published Carrie strips (plus the five "fill-in" Connie strips)
and present a selection of them each month in a "What Carrie did "
The Many Faces of Carrie

This month's gallery captures all over Carrie's May adventures over her entire seventeen year run in Mayfair.

Be sure to come back next month for all the June strips
(and if you missed any of last month's then you can still catch them in the APRIL gallery - but only until the end of this month.)



The Dreamer



The Good Sport



At Work



At Play



The Klutz



Cat-fighter



Gets spanked



Cars







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DON LAWRENCE
The Carrie strip began in Mayfair in August 1972 drawn by Don Lawrence.
This was her first May adventure, in which Carrie indulges in a little recreation with the window cleaner
Carrie's Window Cleaner
(Mayfair Vol. 8 No. 5 - May 1973)
Carrie has an Audition
(Mayfair Vol. 9 No. 5 - May 1974)
Carrie and the Spider
(Mayfair Vol. 10 No. 5 - May 1975)
MARIO CAPALDI


In January 1976 Mario Capaldi assumed artistic responsibility for removing Carrie's clothing each month.

Capaldi gave us two May tales: a play on the word "assault" (try to get away with that these days!) and a story introducing Carrie's clueless nephew Peter someone tell the lad what to do next for heaven's sake!


Carrie and the Assault Course
(Mayfair Vol. 11 No. 5 - May 1976)
Carrie's Nephew Visits
(Mayfair Vol. 12 No. 5 - May 1977)
STEVE KINGSTON
In June 1977 Steve Kingston took over and remained with the strip for the next 11 years during which time Carrie went through a number of "looks".

Kingston's first May Carrie story featured an early version of "Pop Idol".
Carrie the Singer
(Mayfair Vol. 13 No. 5 - May 1978)
Carrie the Angler
(Mayfair Vol. 14 No. 5 - May 1979)
Carrie at the Optician's
(Mayfair Vol. 15 No. 5 - May 1980)
In 1981 Carrie took a short holiday and regular Mayfair cartoonist Brian Forbes stepped in with a series of "Connie" stories.

Connie was billed as 'Carrie's curvy cousin' and her misadventures spanned 5 months.

Fortunately Connie proved to be just as accident prone as her cousin.
Connie in the Movies
(Mayfair Vol. 16 No. 5 - May 1981)
Carrie on the CB Radio
(Mayfair Vol. 17 No. 5 - May 1982)
Carrie the Post Girl
(Mayfair Vol. 18 No. 5 - May 1983)
Carrie and the Lady Driver
(Mayfair Vol. 19 No. 5 - May 1984)
Carrie at the Car Wash
(Mayfair Vol. 20 No. 5 - May 1985)
Carrie and the TV Chat Show
(Mayfair Vol. 21 No. 5 - May 1986)
Carrie's "Bob-a-Job"
(Mayfair Vol. 22 No. 5 - May 1987)
Carrie the Show Jumper
(Mayfair Vol. 23 No. 5 - May 1988)
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available as full-size
fine art prints individually signed
by the artist Steve Kingston.

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