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The Addams Family comic strip by Charles Addams

Charles Addams' Christmas Cartoons Charles "Chas" Addams (January 1912 - September was a cartoonist renowned for his macabr.

“Then the dragon gobbled up the handsome young prince and his lovely bride and lived happily ever after” from the book Homebodies by Charles Addams published in 1954

“Then the dragon gobbled up the handsome young prince and his lovely bride and lived happily ever after” from the book Homebodies by Charles Addams published in 1954

Charles Addams's characters feature in a Google Doodle to commemorate the centenary of the cartoonist. The Google Doodle for Addams was done courtesy of the Tee & Charles Addams Foundation.

Charles Addams gets Google doodle

7 January 2012 In honour of the birthday of Charles Samuel Addams, creator of the Addams Family

Next week is a Friday the 13th!

Charles Addams cartoon drawn for the New Yorker of the then still-unnamed character “Vampira” (and later TV’s “Morticia Addams”) was based on.

The Addams Family, New Yorker

Charles Addams created hilarious, spooky cartoons that are such macabre fun, and this time of year is the perfect season to enjoy them! Below is a selection of illustrations featuring The Addams Fa…

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Charles Addams

"You're in a strange mood today, I must say." (Charles Addams - The New Yorker)

addams, Morticia Addams, and cartoon image

May I borrow a cup of cyanide? from the book Drawn And Quartered by Charles Addams published in 1942

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