Comic Strips

 Arlo and Janis

Arlo and Janis is a wonderful strip that shines a humorous light on relationships,
parenthood and life in general.
Arlo and his wife Janis are the two main characters and Gene their young adult son.
One of my favorites.

 

Bizarro

Dan Piraro is a really funny guy. He is the main man behind Bizarro.
Follow him and become a Jazz Pickle. Don’t follow him and remain an unknown.
The choice is yours.

 

Doonesbury

Doonesbury is the most intelligent cartoon on the planet and there is no close second.
I am constantly amazed at how good it has been through the years, and it shows no signs
of letting up.
A tip of the hat to Garry Trudeau for creating the only cartoon to win a Pulitzer Prize.
A true classic in every sense of the word.

 

Fox Trot

Fox Trot is a hoot. The main characters are a family of four who are just like us.
Kinda.
Bill Amend is the creator and he is very good at what he does.
All the makings of a classic here.

 

K Chronicles

Keith Knight is the talent, The K Chronicles and (Th)ink are the products.
Great stuff! Bringing the “Funny” back to the funny pages, like the site says.
Highly recommended.

 

Peanuts

Charlie Brown and the gang are all here. This is one of the best comic strips ever.
Charles M. Schulz was way ahead of his time when he created this masterpiece.
Just as relevant as ever.
Many of life’s lessons can be learned here.

 

Pearls Before Swine

Pearls Before Swine is a great little cartoon strip by Stephan Pastis.
It features a pig, crocodiles and the occasional mouse or two.
I almost forgot the Guard Duck.
It is good.

 

Pooch Cafe

Pooch Cafe is one of the better cartoon strips out there.
Pancho and his friends are a hoot.

 

 Tom Tomorrow

Tom Tomorrow, otherwise known as Dan Perkins, is a superb cartoonist.
He tilts heavily towards the political end of the spectrum but not always.
It’s all good no matter where he goes.
Highly recommended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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