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I fear that we are reaching the end of an era. I have received the Broons or Oor Wullie annual for Christmas for nearly 60 years now. Reading this year's Broons, there is no comparison between the artwork of Peter Davidson and the new anonymous artist. Davidson uncannily reproduces the wonderful artwork of the much lamented Dudley D. Watkins, whereas the new artwork is very crude, utterly unbearable to anyone who knows the work of the master. The new-style strips try to update the Broons to a degree that just makes the stories absurd in my view. Davidson's stories are also updated but in a way which leaves them closer to the originals. But what has happened to the minister? And is it possible today for Paw to work in a shipyard? I think the stories, Broons or Oor Wullie, really only work in a time-warp between 1955 and 1960, which was Watkins' high summer. I will stop getting these annuals on the sad day that Peter Davidson retires and I will then spend Christmas reread the annuals from the 1960s and early 1970s, when the Sunday Post reproduced Watkins' earlier strips after his early death in 1969.