One of the cable channels ran St. Trinian's, the 2007 film that was based on the St. Trinian's comics by Ronald Searle. I was curious so I ordered a book of the comics off of Amazon and I thought they bore a similarity to the Adams Family comics. Not in style or structure, Charles Adams had more grays and tones in his backgrounds, but in theme and mood. The Adam's children would be right at home in St. Trinians. I was wondering if anyone knew if the artist met or if I was the only one who noticed the similarities.

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