32 appearances (over 32 pages) from issue no.44 (22/07/78) to no. 75 (24/02/79).
All were printed in black and white.
Violent Elizabeth, the tantrum terror, is a 1970s version of Violet Elizabeth-Bott of the 'Just William' books by Richmal Cromptom, right down to the lisp and ringlets. Whereas the original would "Scweam and scweam" until she made herself "thick", the PLUG version is "FURIOTH!"
Her heart-throb is bespectacled wimp Magnus Mugginson, otherwise known as 'Muggins'. He is first seen in the second story (issue no. 45), doing chores for the 'Dirty Hand Gang' in their tree house. The 'Dirty Hand Gang' are Nasty Patsy and Hideous Hilda - Elizabeth's enemies. Two other stories take place here. In the first (issue no. 47 - also with Magnus, Patsy and Hilda), we see Elizabeth's dog (Attila The Hound) for the first time. In the second (issue no. 52), Magnus and Attila appear again. Magnus makes one more appearance (issue no 62), Nasty Patsy four (issue nos. 48, 50, 61 and 64), but Hideous Hilda is not seen again.
Mum appears frequently (issue nos. 44, 49, 53, 54, 63, 65, 71, 72, 74 and 75), but Dad only twice (two weeks running, issues nos. 57 and 58).
Attila The Hound is tiny, hairy and yappy. Think Yorkshire Terrier. (Or Yorkshire Man). He appears again in issue nos. 61, 65 (where he is mistaken for a caterpillar), 68 (an ant), 69 (a wig) and 72. In the last issue (no. 75), Elizabeth enters Attila in a dog show. Warning the judges, "If he doesn't win, I'll get so furioth!" the judges award Attila first prize rather than risk her wrath. At which point Mum arrives with Attila and tells Elizabeth that she had left him at home and taken one of Mum's false eyelashes by mistake.
[In issue no. 72, Elizabeth unwittingly vacuums up one of her mum's slippers while she is reading PLUG. Seeing the dog basket is empty, she assumes that the 'slipper' was Attila. Elizabeth empties the dust bag all over the floor and takes the cleaner apart - only for mum to walk in the door with Attila on a lead.]
Plug makes many cameo appearances, especially in the first frame (issue nos. 47, 51, 53, 56, 59, 60, 64, 67), but also in last frame (nos. 44 and 55) and frame 3 (67 and 72). His sister, Prunella, is a pupil in Elizabeth's school (issue no. 46).
The story in issue no. 69 continued into the following week. The storyline is that Mum and Dad are away for a few days and Granny Knott will be looking after Elizabeth. Granny Knott is a pest as she makes Elizabeth tidy her room and scrubs her clean. Plug is enrolled to sing for Granny in the belief that his singing will drive her away. The plan backfires as she takes a shine to his singing and joins in a duet. "Her voice," Elizabeth wails, "is worse even than Plug's!" The following week, Plug took Elizabeth literally when she said that she couldn't think of anything to drive Granny Knot away. He ordered a taxi.