Roy of the Rovers. According to comics historian Steve Holland, Tully was "arguably the best comic-strip writer of the 1960s," as "the level of invention in Tully's writing was astonishing and the characters he helped to create were among the most memorable" (Judge Dredd Megazine #386). His oeuvre (some of it) is as follows:
- For Valiant he wrote The Steel Claw, Mytek the Mighty, Kelly's Eye, Raven on the Wing, The Wild Wonders, Janus Stark and Adam Eterno.
- For Knockout he wrote Kelly's Eye.
- For Tiger he wrote Roy of the Rovers, Nipper (about a young footballer) and Football Family Robinson.
- For Smash! he wrote Master of the Marsh and Janus Stark.
- For Battle Picture Weekly he wrote The Team that Went to War, Operation Shark and Johnny Red.
- For Jet he wrote Von Hoffman's Invasion.
- For Action he wrote Death Game 1999, Look Out for Lefty!, Spinball and The Spinball Slaves.
- For Buster he wrote The Leopard from Lime Street.
- For 2000 AD he wrote Harlem Heroes, Inferno, Dan Dare, The Mind of Wolfie Smith and Mean Arena.
- For Scream! he wrote The Nightcomers.
- For Boy's World he wrote Pike Mason.
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