List of Pearls Before Swine Characters

List Of Pearls Before Swine Characters

This is a partial list of characters in the comic strip Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis.

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... of the strip, usually exhibiting ambiguous feelings toward his characters (and an exasperation with Rat in particular, who gives it back to Pastis in return especially when ... On the week of July 7, 2008, the cartoon Pastis announced that he would be killing off one of Pearls's characters in order to "stay competitive" with other strips ... However, in the treasury "Pearls Sells Out" Pigita seems to want either that Pig propose to her or they stop going out ...

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