|You're Never Too Old for Nuts and Berries (1976) [Graphic Novel]|
by Gary Trudeau
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(From the publisher):
After Zonker's Dad joins the Walden crew on the rebound from his wife's latest walkout, his nostalgic recollection of when it was good raises the plaintive title of yet another gathering of Doonesbury adventures. And indeed, restlessness appears to be the keynote of this new collection. Uncle Duke leaves his sinecure as Governor of American Samoa to rechallenge the readers of Rolling Stone, even if it means accepting the post of Gregg and Cher Bureau Chief. The Reverend Scot Sloan resigns his position of fighting young priest who can speak who can speak to the young, wondering whatever happened to Black Rage. Amy Harris, wife of Zonker's ancestral Nate, leaves her board to apprentice to silversmith Paul Revere and express her individuality in mangling tankards out of base pewter. And among new faces, we meet "Lava-Lava" Lenny, the Samoan lineman who jumps college for the pros after failing to get a $60,000 scholarship. Prime Doonesbury all, these fitful souls of a fitful age.
Original title: You're Never Too Old for Nuts and Berries
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor→ Satire