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Lyle the lion, Eugene the elephant and the rest of these civilized animals deliver a glimpse of life in the Freeborn Wildlife Preserve. Animal Crackers’ brief text and clean drawings are great for kids. These adorable animals will have readers laughing, as Wagner uses various animals to entertain with simple humor. Laugh with lions, snakes, dogs, elephants, frogs, insects and many more animals each day!
The Barn, created by Canadian cartoonist Ralph Hagen, launched nationally in October of 2008. The strip follows the daily adventures and mishaps of a curious sheep named Rory and a sarcastic bull named Stan. The storylines mimic the everyday experiences of their human captors. Set on a farm, next door to a veterinary clinic, Stan and Rory usually spend time with the owner and vet, Brenda. Ralph dedicates "The Barn" to his biggest fan, his father, Stan Hagen, passed away 2004.
It can be tough on a family when someone new has moved in, especially if it's a 900-pound scaredy-bear so terrified of wilderness life that he's fled to the burbs.
Bear with Me
Where else would you find this motley combo of characters but in the circus ring? Throw in Pete, a 10-year-old boy growing up in the circus, and you’ve got Big Top -- aka The Bestest Show on Earth!These lovable animals deal with everyday real world events just like humans do. From Brangelina, to Katie Couric, to the DaVinci Code, Pete and his circus friends provide clever entertainment and endless laughs for readers.
Ah, the joys of a boy and his dog. His robotic dog...Yes, Skip Smalls’ dream of a canine sidekick came true when Bleeker beeped into his life -- batteries included. For this delightful duo it’s not just about tug of war and the gnawing of bones. Bleeker can fetch, but he can also fax -- and print, place calls, detect smoke, photograph, download email, take a GPS reading, and handle Skip’s homework planner. He’s not bug-free: if he spends too much time with Grandpa, he starts hooking rugs and wearing slippers. And if you stuff Mars bars in his battery socket -- well, there are problems. Nonetheless Bleeker (BLKR501 to IM pals) is all the dog a boy, or a comic strip, could want. Read the Bleeker Blog
Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog
Bloom County, a 1980s cartoon-comic strip that dealt with socio-political issues as seen through the eyes of highly exaggerated characters (e.g. Bill the Cat and Opus the Penguin) and humorous analogies. Creator Berkeley Breathed's first regularly published strip, Academia Waltz, appeared in the Daily Texan in 1978. The strip attracted notice from the editors of the Washington Post who recruited him to do a nationally syndicated strip. On December 8, 1980, Bloom County made its debut and featured some of the characters from Academia Waltz, including former frat-boy Steve Dallas and the paraplegic Vietnam War veteran Cutter John. Bloom County earned Berkeley the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1987. The strip eventually appeared in over 1,200 newspapers around the world until he retired the daily strip in 1989, stating, "A good comic strip is no more eternal than a ripe melon. The ugly truth is that in most cases, comics age less gracefully than their creators". The comic continues in recirculation on GoComics!
Welcome to the wonderful world of obsessive compulsive cartoonist Frank Page and his band of misfits. Bob the Squirrel chronicles the life and times of Bob, a squirrel and Frank, the human he's taken in as his own. Other ingredients in this comic strip stew include Frank's girlfriend- the effervescent "foofy coffee chick" Lezley, her daughter Lauren and Maggie, the overly protective pug mix. And to complete the meal, why don't we throw in Frank's dog, a jack russell terrier named Lucy---a dog who loves to climb trees, eat nacho chips and generally be the yang to Bob's ying. There's something for everyone in Bob the Squirrel... so, make a daily stop to see what's going on. You will not be disappointed.
Bob the Squirrel
BCN delivers the latest headlines on cat happenings around the household. Join our crack team of feline reporters as they bring you the news that matters—cat news about empty food bowls, house plants, box forts, vacuum cleaners, birds, bacon, and more!
Breaking Cat News
Welcome to the weird, wacky, wonderful world of the wombat. Bushy Tales is primarily set at the Bluff in the Australian bush – home of iconic species beloved the world over, and, specifically, Doug the Wombat – and fuses the personalities of its witty characters with that of the bush itself. The strip’s beautiful and beguiling artwork complements the warmth and whimsy of its lovable, if argumentative, denizens. Everyone should have a wombat like Doug in their lives, so come on Down Under, join in the fun and feel on top of the world. Contact Ian Jones: email@example.com Visit the official website Read the blog
One of the most beloved comic strips of all time, Calvin and Hobbes has been a timeless favorite since its debut in 1985. Follow along with the imaginative adventures of 6-year-old Calvin and his trusty tiger, Hobbes.
Calvin and Hobbes
Just in time for the dog days of summer -- Mel, your everyday kind of guy, and Fergus, your not so everyday kind of dog, have returned to GoComics to replay their successful seven-year, knee-slapping comic for old fans and new.
John "Scully" Scully would like to thank all his loyal readers who, day after day, join him in saying goodbye to the lovable cast of characters to whom we have been bidding a fond farewell. Every day.
The Comic Strip That Has A Finale Every Day
John "Scully" Scully
“Cow & Boy Classics” chronicles the ongoing adventures of Billy and Cow. The duo spend endless days pondering life’s big questions, all the while dodging cat-copters, runaway tractors, and any other oddity aimed their way. “Cow & Boy Classics” is clever, heartfelt, and hysterically strange, sometimes all at once.
Cow and Boy Classics
Down at the bird-table it’s survival of the fattest. Crumb is an ever-hungry blackbird who’s always on the lookout for a free lunch. Ratty and Moggy the Third join him in the constant search for food. Along with an accident-prone gardener and his bird-friendly wife there’s never a dull moment. The comic strip Crumb has been appearing as a daily strip for three years in New Zealand newspapers and on the Sherpa website.
Babies and puppies are both quite cute, but underneath the soft, cuddly exteriors lie the fearsome hearts of competitors. Well, not really. When a new baby joins the household, Sophie the dog is initially irritated, but eventually comes to see the baby, Doug, as the asset he is: a better way to get snacks. Though the baby is still hogging precious attention, and has a tendency to pull ears and be a general nuisance, a begrudging friendship forms between the two rivals. Watch the mischief unfold in Brian Anderson’s Dog Eat Doug.
Dog Eat Doug
Will, a street-wise pit bull, has found himself living in a concrete cell with a large lovable half-wit Husky and a Chihuahua hypochondriac. Join these three motley mutts and the rest of the colorful cast of inmates as they try to maintain their sanity in the west wing of a sprawling animal shelter. Whether reenacting "Saving Private Ryan" in a snowball fight, enjoying "Fun with Shock Collars Friday" or working on their ongoing wall tunneling project, stolen directly from "Shawshank Redemption", this dysfunctional four-legged family shows us that life in lockdown can be cruel, harsh and usually hilarious!
Dogs of C-Kennel
Mick & Mason Mastroianni
Once upon a time there was a duplex where a young bachelor named Eno and his dog, Fang, shared an ultra-macho haven of beer snacks and male-bonding. Suddenly, their lives turned co-ed when Gina and her poodle, Mitzi, moved into the other half of their building... the question is, who will come out on top in Glenn McCoy's The Duplex?
Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy
Too much is never enough for the Fat Cats, a family of feline blue bloods who thrive on excess wealth, power and catnip. Fat Cats stars Leo and Bobcat, to purr-ennially pretentious brothers who dominate the business world and indulge in all the finer pleasures their nine lives have to offer. In the cat-eat-dog world of the Fat Cats, running a multi-conglomerate corporation, exploiting the loyal dogs that work in their catnip factory, and buying wonderfully ostentatious trinkets are all in a day’s work. Nestled deep in the lap of luxury, these catpitalists are spoiled by Momcat, the CEO of their successful empire. They are also waited on “Paw-and-tail” by their loyal dogservant, James, who performs mundane daily tasks for the Fat Cats and who wrestles with his basic canine instincts--to bite the paws that feed him.
Sketches, doodles, photos, and gags from the mind of Caldecott Honor and Emmy winning cartoonist Mo Willems. Mo opens his Sketchbook for you, offering a behind the scenes look at his experiments and diversions. Drop by and enjoy the ride. Maybe you'll even start carrying around your own sketchbook.
From the Mo Willems Sketchbook
What a cat! A cat for all seasons. Sassy. Opinionated. This lasagna loving, mailman chasing, sarcastic cat is a classic that readers love.
GARFIELD CLASSICS takes us back to the beginning to remind us why we fell in love with the lazy, cynical orange cat who loves lasagna, coffee, and his remote control.
Fan-favorite Get Fuzzy is a wry portrait of single life, with pets. Rob Wilco is a mild-mannered ad executive; Satchel is his sweet, slightly dim dog; Bucky is their sociopath feline roommate.
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From the funny papers to the halls of the Lourve, Heathcliff has entertained millions across the globe.
Some adults wistfully wonder what became of the imaginary friends of their childhood. Not Darin. His are sitting on the couch, too-constant companions sharing every strange moment of his cheerfully frustrated life. There’s Dewey the Dinosaur, with heart of gold and head of fluff, and Clovis, the Teddy Bear With Serious Anger Issues (and some very bad habits). An unemployed 30-year-old graphic designer, Darin lives in his father’s basement, which he also shares with the enigmatic Robert the Plant.
Ink Pen: the insider’s look at the seedy underbelly of cartoon character employment. Find out what happened to loveable Bixby the Rat! Witness the struggles of Ham Hock, the talking pig, as he tries to break into a business that sees him as nothing more than a slab of meat. Meet (briefly) the plucky sidekicks, thrust into danger by careless superheroes and the villains they duel.
If by some strange happenstance you have never before seen a Kliban cat drawing, you will instantly recognize that each and every one of them captures the essence of…. cat. A well-established illustrator and cartoonist (Playboy, The New Yorker, Never Eat Anything Bigger Than Your Head, et al) B. Kliban used to devote off-moments in his studio to drawing his felines Nitty, Norton, Burton Rustle and Noko Marie the Snake. An editor friend saw this work and convinced Kliban to let her take it publishers, and in 1975 Workman published CAT, a huge bestseller which inspired an outbreak of cat love that has not abated to this day. That groundbreaking book was followed by more books, and more drawings, which manifested on calendars, cards, mugs, ceramics, clothing – almost 9,000 unique items to date. And the book that started it all is still in print. Cat people of the world, rejoice -- and savor the twice-a-week pleasure of KLIBAN’S CATS. Comic is updated on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
'Lard's World Peace Tips' is a unique new comic strip about a small grey man with a mission to create world peace. Along with his friends Alice and Little Joe and a massive cast of other animals, vegetables and minerals, Lard is set to inspire people of all ages to perform acts of kindness and generosity…or just have a good laugh. In a time of global uncertainty, Lard's eccentric wisdom offers a witty and unorthodox alternative that might just work...! Go Lard!!!! 'Lard's World Peace Tips' is created by Keith Tutt (Pablo – the little red fox) and illustrator Daniel Saunders (John Candy Banana),
Lard's World Peace Tips
Keith Tutt and Daniel Saunders
Liberty Meadows is the very popular strip by Frank Cho. Featuring talking animals and dimwitted humans, Liberty Meadows is hilarious. While the humans worry about the development of the various animals, no one is having more fun than the animals themselves. Laugh with these animals as they have adventures, fantasies, and animal group therapy.