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Andy Capp is a British comic strip created by cartoonist Reg Smythe (1917–1998), seen in The Daily Mirror and The Sunday Mirror newspapers since 5 August 1957. Originally a single-panel cartoon , it was later expanded to four panels.

The strip is syndicated internationally by Creators Syndicate . The character is also licensed as the mascot for a line of snack foods ( Andy Capp's fries ) and a defunct chain of miniature golf courses in Brevard County, Florida . The character is also a popular mascot since the 1980s for the North Carolina Outerbanks convenience store chain Brew-Thru.

Andy is a working-class figure who never actually works, living in Hartlepool , a harbour town in northeast England. The title of the strip is a pun on the local pronunciation of "handicap"; and the surname "Capp" signifies how Andy's cap always covered his eyes along with, metaphorically, his vision in life.

Andy Capp is a British comic strip created by cartoonist Reg Smythe (1917–1998), seen in The Daily Mirror and The Sunday Mirror newspapers since 5 August 1957. Originally a single-panel cartoon , it was later expanded to four panels.

The strip is syndicated internationally by Creators Syndicate . The character is also licensed as the mascot for a line of snack foods ( Andy Capp's fries ) and a defunct chain of miniature golf courses in Brevard County, Florida . The character is also a popular mascot since the 1980s for the North Carolina Outerbanks convenience store chain Brew-Thru.

Andy is a working-class figure who never actually works, living in Hartlepool , a harbour town in northeast England. The title of the strip is a pun on the local pronunciation of "handicap"; and the surname "Capp" signifies how Andy's cap always covered his eyes along with, metaphorically, his vision in life.

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