There is no Jane by Hubbard, but he also drew Jane Bond — Secret Agent — a strip that ran in the magazines Tina and Princess Tina from 1967-70.
The show toured much of the country and a busy itinerary was made yet more hectic by invitations to visit service installations wherever she was playing.
At the time, nudes were not allowed to move on stage and could only pose motionless in tableaux.
The Museum also has one of the revivals from the Daily Mirror.
Later, he taught art at the Mosley Road Junior Art School and at Birmingham Central School of Art.
However, the nudity was too much for prudish American audiences, and the attempt ceased during 1946.
The amount of danger surrounding Jane was always mild, and the amount of skin she exposed and her own awareness of her role in her misadventures cycled up and down through the years the basic rule of thumb being the more unaware she was of her sexuality, the more skin she could show.
Norman Pett's assistant Michael Hubbard continued, beginning in 1948, to develop the cartoon's original storyline until ending in 1959 — with charmer Georgie giving Jane a happy marriage and ending the series.