This is the last of those comic annuals which were published by Hulton Press.
Robin was aimed at very young children and while I remember getting the comic and perhaps even the first annual in 1953 sadly neither comic or book have made their way into my collection.
So I have fallen back on a wonderful site dedicated to the Eagle Annual for this image of the first Robin Annual.*
Eagle, along with Girl and Swift were the companion comics and books which Hulton was responsible for during the 1950s, and for anyone wanting to know more or recreate their childhood the Eagle Annual site is a wonderful starting point.
Robin contained a lot of colour strips and short stories which parents could read to their children and given the decade it came out in it included stories on Andy Pandy and the Flower Pot Men.
Number one also featured Birthday wishes to the young Prince Charles and Princess Anne.
And even with the help of the Eagle Annual site that is about the extent of my knowledge, although I can remember cutting the comic up for its comic figures.
Alas all a long time ago.
Now given that this is the end of the short series on the Hulton four I shall also mention Eagle Times, which for the last 25 years has set about keeping the Eagle comic alive with stories features and conversations with those directly involved with it during the 1950s.**
Picture; Robin Annual Nu 1, 1953, courtesy of Eagle Annual
**Eagle Times, http://eagle-times.blogspot.co.uk/