An iconic character that was born in Dundee and created by DC Thomson, the comic strip adventures of Oor Wullie started in the 1930s and were published in the Sunday Post.
Every week, Wullie (a Scottish nickname for William) would embark on an exciting adventure often ending up in mischief around his home town of Auchenshoogle.
The original comic strips were drawn by Dudley Watkins right up until his death in 1969 at which point several other illustrators took over always keeping to the same style as created by Watkins.
In 2015, leading Scottish sculpture Malcolm Robertson was commissioned to produce a bronze statue of Oor Wullie that lives outside the McManus Art Gallery in the heart of the city - a popular sightseeing spot for visitors to Dundee.
To mark the 80th anniversary of Oor Wullie, in 2016 a bucket trail was created across Scotland for visitors and locals to find Oor Wullie sculptures across the country. At the end of the trail, most of the sculptures were auctioned off to raise funds for Tayside Children's Hospital.
The original Oor Wullie sculpture still stands proud in the gardens of McManus Art Gallery, a must see if you're in the area.