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Old 01-19-2017, 08:51 PM
Trinopus Trinopus is offline
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Originally Posted by Balance View Post
Tails and clothing are an awkward intersection among the anthropomorphic set, it's true. . . .
I've just been searching and can't find it...but there was a comic book in the 80s or 90s with a title like "Screwy Squirrel" that took a Tex Avery-style wacky squirrel...

Hold yer horses! That's it! It was "Wacky Squirrel!"

Anyway (what, ain'tcha ever heard of stream-of-consciousness) -- they took a wacky squirrel and gave him nephews, a la Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and they went out and had Carl Barks-style adventures. In one, Wacky was in an old-fashioned diving suit -- the kind with hoses to an air pump -- and much was made of the "tail gasket," so the tail could be out in the water, without having to be inside the suit.

Fred Perry, in Gold Digger, deals with costume modifications such as you describe.

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl just keeps hers inside her pants...