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Heart of Juliet Jones

The Heart of Juliet Jones is a small-town soap opera drama, a story meant for romance hungry feamale audience with newfound economic clout, saturated all forms of entertainment. Much of the dramatic t... Read more

Em

Em is an autobiographical cartoon strip created by Maria Smedstad. It depicts the life of a young cartoonist and her friends and their daily trials and triumphs.  Read more

Hazel

The name Hazel has become synonymous with a live-in maid who is more to her "family" than a housekeeper. This lovable character was created by Ted Key in 1943 and began appearing in the Saturday Eveni... Read more

Johnny Hazard

As the story opened, Johnny Hazard, like most American men of his generation, was fighting World War II. But his time with the Army Air Corps didn't last long, as D-Day came when the strip was only a ... Read more

James Bond

"My name is Bond – James Bond” – a classic phrase that millions of people know well.  007 – with a license to kill, created by Ian Fleming, is one of the classic characters of the world of films.... Read more

Krazy Kat

Created by cartoonist George Herriman, Krazy Kat  depicts the unlikely love triangle of a cat, a mouse and a dog: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse and Offissa Pupp. Ignatz loves no one but poor Krazy... Read more

Lockhorns

Each day, millions of comics fans can't help but see a little bit of themselves or someone they know in Leroy and Loretta Lockhorn. The award-winning Lockhorns  panel gently spoofs the state... Read more

Mallard Fillmore

Mallard Fillmore  first hatched from the pen of Bruce Tinsley at The Daily Progress in Charlottesville, Va. Today, the celebrated comic strip about Tinsley's conservative reporter-duck fills the ... Read more

Mark Trail

For more than 50 years, soft-spoken comic-strip star and veteran outdoorsman Mark Trail has been teaching people to preserve our natural resources (woods, water and wildlife) for future generations. C... Read more

Mary Worth

First appearing in 1938, Mary Worth  is one of the longest-running continuity strips or "comic-page soap operas" — a genre dedicated to the millions of readers who thrive on continued storie... Read more

Moose & Molly

Moose and Molly  chronicles the misadventures of a lazy, out-of-work, out-of-shape loafer and life with his wife, children and multitude of pets. Moose can never seem to hold a job for more than ... Read more

Brains Limited - New Funny Comic

 Focusing on the funny angles found in the life of an ordinary office survivor, we observe the mouse and cat games between the management and the staff in a high tech company called “Brains Lt... Read more

Piranha Club

Ernie Floyd and his bride, Doris, live in a pleasant suburb with their brand new little baby. Their hearts are full of love and dreams and plans for the future as they go about their idyllic daily liv... Read more

Marvin Meathead

The Marvin Meathead comic takes place in an early version of our world. You could call it a beta-version of the Creation. The world is ending - over and over again. Luckily the Creator has made regula... Read more

Carpe Diem

This is a comic-strip in the spirit of Gary Larson, but with a very Swedish touch. Carpe Diem jokes just about everything: from Osama Bin Laden to polar bears and tweeting zebras. With no central ch... Read more

Viivi & Wagner

Viivi & Wagner is an unpretentious and you can easily associate with the storyline. Viivi is a quite an ordinary girl with short, frizzy hair. She is a modern, independent girl who lives with a PI... Read more

Fifty-Something-Plus

This is a comic-strip that's all about life. About how to deal with everyday living when you have gone into retirement. But it's also about the relationship that develops during a long marriage, as ... Read more

Baby Blues

When longtime friends Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott first discussed doing a comic strip about parenthood, Rick, at least, knew what he was talking about. He and his wife had their first daughter in 198... Read more

Popeye

Popeye the sailor is one of the most recognizable pop culture icons in the world and a star in the entertainment- and merchandizing industries. Popeye is the No. 1 licensed character food brand i... Read more

Modesty Blaise

As a comic strip, Modesty Blaise is some 35 years old. At the beginning of her career the character was 26 and now she is approximately 28.(!)  Age is of minor relevance when you are a comic hero... Read more