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Doonesbury's website has moved to The Washington Post, the Post announced Monday. It was previously at Slate, an agreement that Slate spokesperson Jocelyn Nubel said was mutual. "Doonesbury needed a new home, and the team felt that The Washington Post was a great place because of our built-in comics audience," Washington Post spokesperson Kris Coratti told Poynter in an email. There was not a bidding war for the site, Coratti said.

"Slate and have decided to go in different directions after many rewarding years together. We thank them for the great partnership and wish them the best," Universal Uclick President John Glynn said in a statement to Poynter.

Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau at the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vt., in 2007. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot)

In addition to the strips, the Post-hosted Doonesbury site will include a forum, videos, polls and a feature called Flashbacks that "allows you to read the strip in eight different timeframes daily– 5,10,15,20,25,30,35 and 40 years ago," the Post's release says.

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