Jackie was a weekly magazine for girls, published by D.C. Thomson between 11th January 1964 and 3rd July 1993 (1,534 issues in total). The best-selling teen magazine for ten years, and now considered somewhat iconic, it contained a mix of fashion, beauty and lifestyle tips, features on items of interest to its target audience (such as pop stars), a problem page, short stories and comic strips (mostly romance-based). Much of the comics content consisted of photo-strips, although artist Jesús Redondo also worked for the title. Still fondly remembered, the magazine has been the subject of TV and radio retrospectives and even inspired a musical. D.C. Thomson still publish Jackie Annuals reprinting old material, principally for the nostalgia market.
Jackie incorporated Diana in 1976.