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Ink Pen by Phil Dunlap for October 26, 2020

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  1. pathamil  3 months ago

    I’m not young… I’m just drawn that way.

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  2. Doctor Toon  3 months ago

    Cartoon biology and how it relates to aging is complicated

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  3. trainnut1956  3 months ago

    Although most people don’t realize it, Little Orphan Annie DID age in the comics. In her first appearance, she appeared to be about five or six. By the time of WWII, she appeared to be about 11 or 12, at which point Harold Gray froze her aging. But the one strip that DID have its characters age more naturally was Gasoline Alley, but this led to another problem. By the late 70s, Walt Wallet was still in the strip, but he would have been 100 years old at the time…

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  4. Michael G.  3 months ago

    “Ginger Meggs” is a centenarian next year. :-o

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  5. Teto85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Nancy is pushing 90

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  6. WCraft Premium Member 3 months ago

    So 8 or 10 isn’t creepy enough?

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  7. Dragoncat  3 months ago

    Perhaps she has Turner Syndrome?

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  8. knight1192a  3 months ago

    Creepier than what she would do?

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  9. TurbosDad  3 months ago

    Is Moxie supposed to be a Lucy Van Pelt kind of character?…

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