The Simpsons continues to inspire webcomic fan artists and what-ifs

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“I ditched the status quo and gave the characters permission to grow, change, and move on with their lives[.]” With three decades of runtime, The Simpsons firmly implanted itself in pop culture. However, despite all the years it has under its belt, one thing never changed; the characters never aged. This has led fan artists — such as Spikermonster, creator of Those Springfield Kids, a reimagining of Lisa, Bart, and friends as high schoolers — to create their own works envisioning how these iconic characters would grow. Read full article here

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