DINGLE Pat

DINGLE Pat

She used the pseudonym Pat C. or Pat Hamilton.

“I wrote ‘Clue Catchers’ the detective story with the father and son team, and some of the one-page stories that we had which were just a printed story not an illustrated one. Some of those I wrote. But my heart really wasn’t in them. I didn’t like doing it.”          Pat Dingle. Now & Then Times,1- 2, Oct. 1973

WORK:

COLLABORATION:

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Serial:

“The Brain.” Identified as “P and D” probably a collaboration between Adrian & Pat Dingle. Active Comics, 27, no date: 40-45.

WRITER:

BOOK TEXT & GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Story:

“Unfinished Business.” Writ., Pat Hamilton. Illus., Adrian Dingle. Thrilling Stories For Boys. Bell Features & Publishing, no date.

 

PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Serial:

“Clue-Catchers.” Writ., Pat C. Illus., Adrian Dingle. Triumph Adventure Comics,1-1, Aug.1941: 40-49 (upper half).

“Clue-Catchers.” Writ., Pat C.Illus., Adrian Dingle. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-2, Sept. 1941: 54-62.

“Clue-Catchers.” Writ., Pat C.(Based on story submitted by Fred Butland of Fredericton, N.B.) Illus., Adrian Dingle. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-4, Nov.1941: 18-22.

“Clue-Catchers.”Writ., Pat C. Illus., Adrian Dingle. Triumph Adventure Comics,1-5, Jan.1942: 1-10.

“Clue-Catchers, the Maniac’s Revenge.” Writ., Pat C. Illus., Adrian Dingle. Triumph Adventure Comics, 1-6, Feb. 1942: 44-53 (upper half).

SOURCE:

Periodical text:

“A conversation with Adrian and Pat Dingle and Bill Thomas.” Writ., Dave Sim. Now and Then Times, 1- 2, Oct. 1973: 27+.