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Sunday Funnies

*Note: Due to a technical glitch this post should have posted June 28th. Sorry for the inconvenience.

In a bit of a departure, this week Sunday Funnies takes a look at how the editorial cartoonists, over the years, treated the self-proclaimed King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Here's a bit of a different retrospective of Jackson, who died Thursday at the age of 50.


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