The weekend marked the end of the Oor Wullie Bucket Trail — with folk rushing out to get the last of their selfies with Dundee’s most famous son.
Over the past two months, the Tele has received hundreds of pictures of fans with Abody’s Wullie and we would like to thank you for sending us your selfies.
All the Oor Wullie statues on the trail, from Oor Original to Lifesaver Wullie, have been well received.
And you still have a chance to see off the statues.
The Farewell Gathering will take place between September 9 and 11 at Slessor Gardens and will see all 103 statues brought together.
Tickets for the event have been selling fast — with over 8,000 sold on the first day they were released.
All proceeds will go towards the charity’s Tayside appeal for a twin operating theatre for Tayside Children’s Hospital. Tickets can be bought from the Dundee City Box Office online, or by calling 01382 434940.
And to mark the 80th anniversary of The Broons and Oor Wullie, Dundee Contemporary Arts is holding a special event.
Six artists have visited the DC Thomson archives and will be exhibiting their own individual take on the rich cultural history of Dundee publishing, looking at The Broons and Oor Wullie.
The work of Rob Churm, Rabiya Choudhry, Craig Coulthard, Malcy Duff, Hideyuki Katsumata, and Sofia Sita will be on show from December 3 to February 17.