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Nancy by Olivia Jaimes for August 22, 2019

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    SHIVA  9 months ago

    I would think you’d boost your self-esteem first in order to become famous.

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    dcdete.  9 months ago

    Wow Sluggo should become a politician when he grows up. In one sentence he solved her low self-esteem problem, and turned it into a high self-esteem problem. And who knows which situation is worse.

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    VICTOR PROULX  9 months ago

    The year of the ego

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    Pipe Tobacco Premium Member 9 months ago

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    Hah! Nancy… so very low esteem!

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    DCBakerEsq  9 months ago

    Fame is fleeting. Wit is eternal.

    Now, if I could just find my wits. They were here just a minute ago. Anybody seen my wits? I had them about me …

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    JacobGermain  9 months ago

    I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how olivia jaimes’ nancy basically follows from calvin of calvin and hobbes. It’s a good tack, and mostly I’ve been thinking about how few other comics have really followed that sort of vein of childish ego since. Nancy ends up a bit different because she doesn’t have such a reliable foil as hobbes, but her relationships to her other classmates is better supported and works with larger stories than calvin’s, like, two named classmates.

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    Argy.Bargy2  9 months ago

    The new ‘Nancy’ is more and more like the new ‘Alley Oop’. Totally unlike the previous incarnations…

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    CougarAllen  9 months ago

    Nancy, even if you become the most successful attention whore of all time, get your name in the headlines every day, you’ll find you still won’t have any self respect – and you probably won’t get reelected.

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    asrialfeeple  9 months ago

    Why does she remind me of Lucy von Pelt here?

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