Desperate Dan turned digital today as The Dandy celebrated its 75th anniversary by relaunching as an exclusive online publication.
Britain's longest-running comic has embraced the world wide web and will now be available to download online and as a smartphone and tablet app.
Dundee-based publisher DC Thomson announced in August that the weekly children's comic would make the transition into cyberspace following dwindling sales in recent years.
Coinciding with the launch, the last ever printed issue also goes on sale today.
The issue features a cameo from Sir Paul McCartney, who said in 1963 it was his ambition to appear in the comic, and a pull-out of the first issue from December 4 1937.
The website will feature old favourites Desperate Dan, Bananaman and Korky the Cat in new animated strips, featuring voice overs and sound effects.
Users will also be able to play interactive games, watch videos and create and care for their very own virtual pet, the Dandy Dollop.
The first online issue will be free of charge, with following issues being priced at £1.49.
A yearly subscription for the digital comic will be £29.99, while access to the website will be free.
During its peak circulation in the 1950s, the Dandy sold two million copies each week. This figure has dropped in recent years to around 8,000.