Here the last of the Peanuts strips from Nancy and Sluggo I've been posting every Wednesday.
This one's from Nancy and Sluggo #185, December 1961
Note how unlike some comic-book adaptations from other media, this hardly has something the characters wouldn't do. It is somewhat weird to see them stray from the four-panel rhythm we're used to, though, and things like Snoopy's doghouse drawn in perspective.
This one's from Nancy and Sluggo #186, February 1962
From Nancy and Sluggo #187, May 1962
And that's it. At this point, some of Dell's titles were acquired by Gold Key, where the contents had wider gutters and no black borders.
Next Wednesday: Basil Wolverton’s Bing Bang Buster
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