Charles Addams Honored with Doodle

The man who originally created the Addams family would have been 100 years old today, if he hadn't died in 1988. Charles Addams was a cartoonist at The New Yorker and began drawing the ghoulish yet humorous characters in 1938. Those characters eventually took on the author's name and were made into a TV sitcom, an animated series, two feature films, and a Broadway musical. The characters as they appeared in Addams' comic panels are today's Google Doodle. Link -via Fark

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