Mafalda, the girl who never grew up, is a child character that makes grown-ups reflect on thoughts that remain up-to-date. This work ensures pleasant moments starting in a comic strip.
There she was, all on her own, quiet, showing the hint of a smile upon her face, as if she was thinking about a famous quote of the many attributed to her.
Yes, it was Mafalda in her light green dress that matches the ribbon on her hair, sitting on the edge of a white bench. Her feet hanging. The corner of Chile and Defensa Street has welcomed the beloved very porteño
thinking character once outlined by Joaquín Salvador Lavado (Quino).
Quino named her Mafalda, and surrounded her with a traditional family and a gang of friends with personal traits that remind everyone of the various cultures clashing at any porteño
In fact, it was that neighborhood which adopted Quino. He lived for many years a few meters away from that corner, where he fed this character and his classic comic strips.