"Ali's Baba: the babe with the invisible bodyguard!" was a strip that ran in Sparky. [debuting in early 1970, and drawn by Malcolm Judge of Billy Whizz and Numskulls fame]. It starred one of the more peculiar double-acts of the comics scene: Baba was a toddler who tended to get into trouble, while Ali was a small, flying, invisible person in a cape who took it upon himself to look after the accident-prone mite. Part guardian angel, part superhero, and given the Arabian Nights-derived title of the strip arguably part genie, Ali was drawn with slightly thicker outlines than everyone else, presumably to denote his supernatural nature.