No thought balloons yet, but Snoopy's dealings with a decidedly non-Woodstock bird are looking more human. Something to notice: when Snoopy's head is facing the "camera" in three-quarters perspective, his eyes are a little closer together than in previous strips. Earlier he looked almost fish-eyed, but they've begun to migrate to the front. Over time, all the characters' eyes would move closer together, which helped to give them a more mature appearance as the situations became more complex.
visiting McDonald's with my Grandmother
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