7  Aging Cartoons That Make Getting Older a Whole Lot Funnier

"The Far Side" by Gary Larson: Known for its offbeat humor, this cartoon often features hilarious scenarios related to aging and everyday life.

Baby Blues" by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott: This comic strip follows the adventures of a young family, offering humor that resonates with parents and older individuals alike.

The Elderberries" by Corey Pandolph and Phil Frank: This strip focuses on a group of senior citizens living in a retirement community, highlighting the humor and challenges of aging.

Dennis the Menace" by Hank Ketcham: While primarily centered around a young boy, this comic often includes humor involving Dennis' elderly neighbor, Mr. Wilson.

Crankshaft" by Tom Batiuk and Chuck Ayers: This comic features the antics of an elderly school bus driver, offering humor that reflects the challenges and quirks of aging.

Rose is Rose" by Pat Brady: While not solely focused on aging, this comic often includes humorous interactions between the older characters, such as Rose's parents.

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