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[[caption-width-right:150:Left to right - Lu Ann, Tommie and Margo]]Margo.]]


''Apartment 3-G'' is a newspaper comic about three women living in the same apartment in Manhattan. They are the brassy and aggressive Margo Magee, the sunny and innocent war widow Lu Ann Powers, and the quiet and hardworking nurse Abigail "Tommie" Thompson.

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[[caption-width-right:150:Left to right Lu Ann, Tommie and Margo]]
''Apartment 3-G'' is was a newspaper comic about three women living in the same apartment in Manhattan. They are were the brassy and aggressive Margo Magee, the sunny and innocent war widow Lu Ann Powers, and the quiet and hardworking nurse Abigail "Tommie" Thompson.


Apartment 3-G is a newspaper comic about three women living in the same apartment in Manhattan. They are the brassy and aggressive Margo Magee, the sunny and innocent war widow Lu Ann Powers, and the quiet and hardworking nurse Abigail "Tommie" Thompson.

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Apartment 3-G ''Apartment 3-G'' is a newspaper comic about three women living in the same apartment in Manhattan. They are the brassy and aggressive Margo Magee, the sunny and innocent war widow Lu Ann Powers, and the quiet and hardworking nurse Abigail "Tommie" Thompson.

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* ArtEvolution: An uncommon negative example--compare the vastly superior art of an [[http://joshreads.com/images/15/11/apartment3g6-5-66.jpg early comic]] to one made closer to the time that the strip was [[https://nebushumor.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/frank-bolle-margaret-shulock_apartment_3-g_15-march-2015.gif canceled]].


* CutShort: The strip ends in [[http://joshreads.com/?p=26183 a halfway appropriate comment about moving on]], and that's it.



* NoEnding: The strip ends in [[http://joshreads.com/?p=26183 a halfway appropriate comment about moving on]], and that's it.

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* NoEnding: The strip ends in [[http://joshreads.com/?p=26183 a halfway appropriate comment about moving on]], and that's it.


Created by Nicholas P. Dallis in 1961, the strip is currently written by ''Six Chix'' cartoonist Margaret Shulock and drawn by Frank Bolle.

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Created by Nicholas P. Dallis in 1961, the strip is currently ceased publication in November 2015. During its final years, it was written by ''Six Chix'' cartoonist Margaret Shulock and drawn by Frank Bolle.


* RaceLift: A strange {{Zig Zagging| Trope}} example. At some point it was revealed that Roberta Magee wasn't Margo's biological mother, and that her father had cheated with the family housekeeper Gabriella, Margo's true mother. This apparently made Margo half-Latina, but an unhailed later retcon seemed to make Gabriella Robert Magee's wife, as well as making her look much lighter.

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* RaceLift: A strange {{Zig Zagging| Trope}} example. At some point it was revealed that Roberta Magee wasn't Margo's biological mother, and that her father had cheated with the family housekeeper Gabriella, Margo's true mother. This apparently made Margo half-Latina, but an unhailed later retcon seemed to make Gabriella Robert Magee's wife, as well as making her look much lighter.lighter.
* RoommateCom: The three main characters, Margo, Lu Ann and Tommie are all unmarried women sharing an apartment in New York City. A lot of storylines involve one or more of them finding men to settle down with, going as far as planning a wedding sometimes, but because of StatusQuoIsGod, something always derails it.


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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Lu Ann, Margo, and Tommie, respectively.
* DropInCharacter: [[SilverFox Older male]] neighbor Professor Ari Papagoras
* RaceLift: A strange {{Zig Zagging| Trope}} example. At some point it was revealed that Roberta Magee wasn't Margo's biological mother, and that her father had cheated with
the tropes featured in the comic.family housekeeper Gabriella, Margo's true mother. This apparently made Margo half-Latina, but an unhailed later retcon seemed to make Gabriella Robert Magee's wife, as well as making her look much lighter.

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Apartment 3-G is a newspaper comic about three women living in the same apartment in Manhattan. They are the brassy and aggressive Margo Magee, the sunny and innocent war widow Lu Ann Powers, and the quiet and hardworking nurse Abigail "Tommie" Thompson.

Created by Nicholas P. Dallis in 1961, the strip is currently written by ''Six Chix'' cartoonist Margaret Shulock and drawn by Frank Bolle.

Below are the tropes featured in the comic.

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