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Dilbert is the best

John Smart

I followed you for Dilbert, but in the last year I discovered Close to Home, which is well worth a read :)

Mikaelia McKinney

Hmmm, this question is hard, since GoComics has such great classics. My dad and I would always take turns reading the comic section in the newspaper. My top 3 are probably Calvin and Hobbes, FoxTrot, and Dilbert. I love that I can keep reading on GoComics! - Mikaelia McKinney

Tyson Cole

The last year? Probably Foolish Mortals, Thatababy, or Berger & Wyse.
-Tyson Cole

Ben Gerhards

Pearls Before Swine is one of the few remaining comics that manage to drag a chuckle out of me on a consistent basis. Dry humor and googley eyes are a combination made in comic heaven. Now give me free stuff Pastis.

Tim Neumann

Calvin and Hobbes, its sad that i discovered it so late.

Ted Beyer

Love Dilbert, but DISCOVERED Brevity just recently... Both lots of fun - and Brevity can really make you think for a moment before cracking up... :-)

Paul Gesting

I discovered Buni this past year, which is great. I also discovered Invisible Bread which is fantastically funny.
Paul Gesting

David Adams

The best one is probably Overboard.

- David Adams

estefan wolff

I discovered Dilbert and now can't begin my day without reading the daily strip
Estefan Wolff

June Price

This year I have discovered Badlands & enjoy reading it whenever I can

Andrew Shuping

The best one I've discovered is Thatababy. Pure awesomeness and I'm so glad that y'all are carrying it.

Liz Ghandakly

Nothing beats Calvin and Hobbes, but I discovered FoxTrot recently and love it!

Lavanya D

I'm an all-time Dilbert fan, but this year, I discovered Aunty Acid and Berger & Wyse! Aunty Acid is absolutely hilarious and rings true with my inner aunty acid! Berger and Wyse, their drawings are amazing and so witty! Keep up the great work, GoComics! :) Looking forward to more weird and fantabulous comics, keep 'em coming! :D

- Lavanya Durai

Merrill Woodbury

Get Fuzzy

Andrew Rogas

Dark Side of the Horse.

It's simple humor, while thinking outside the box at times. Whether its result being what you don't expect, or going way outside the panels of the standard strip, or the occasional animated strip, it's a nice addition to your comic strip viewing.

Fun facts: Samson, the cartoonist of this strip, hails from Finland, and one of his greatest influences is Bill Watterson.

Julie Hulme

Calvin and Hobbes...love getting my daily updates and even have the new app on my phone!

Dimitri Barfield

For me, it would absolutely have to be get fuzzy. Its now my favorite comic!

Maja Lovrenčić

Pickles, it's much more fun than I thought when I first noticed it!

John Demmendaal

Calvin and Hobbes is by far the best comics out there, it brings out the dark side in every guy, and the best in those who set us straight again. Keep "m coming!!!

Miguel Angel Bonilla

Dilbert for sure!!!!

Michael Thuerbach

I think Dilbert is the funniest comic, so much of it can be related to real life.

Tom Allen

In my book, nothing can ever compare to Calvin and Hobbes. The cunning of a villain with the innocence of a boy with his stuffed tiger.

Renee Miller

Banana Triangle and Buni are the two I've discovered in the past year.

Thomas Stampfli

I only know Dilbert to be honest and i love it, but will check out the others too now :)

Baron Schaaf

The last year really limits it...Of the new ones I have to go with Buni, a twisted, decidedly adult take on the rainbow hugging naif in all of us.

Elisabeth Wells

I've discovered many great comics through gocomics, although in the last year I would say Andertoons, Banana Triangle, and Barney & Clyde are my new favorite finds!

austin oconnell milne

heavenly nostrils this year . Austin Oconnell-Milne

Navy Bean

Dark Side of the Horse
Incidental Comics
Invisible Bread
Oyster War
Berger & Wyse
Argyle Sweater
Basic Instructions
Pooch Cafe
Tom the dancing bug
Bad Reporter
Matt Bors
Clay Bennett
Jen Sorenson
Ink Pen
In the Sticks
The Creeps

many, many more

Mark Shoenfelt

In the last year, it is probably U.S Acres.

Ray Hoppe

Calvin and Hobbes, makes ya smile in real life

Tony Savoni

Pooch Cafe

Jonas Rosin

I've fallen head over heals in love with Basic Instructions.


Love Pearls Before Swine and The Other Coast.

ferrari ferrarez

For me Dilbert The way they introduced me to the corporate business world in the form of humor :)

Jack Edwards

Get Fuzzy is my latest discovery...

Jack Edwards

Richard Lambert

Love Calvin and Hobbes for great ideas on what kind of snow people to make!

 joyce herbster

Non Sequitor- the worthy successor to the late, great The Far Side.

Joyce Benzing

Ollie and Quentin!

Dale Stout

Discovered in the last year: Heavenly Nostrils!

Erin DeLaney

Best that I've discovered this year? Lio
-Erin DeLaney

Andres Gomez

I've always read here the Calvin & Hobbes strips, but some weeks ago I began to read Cul de Sac. It's a very fun and nice strip and now I like it a lot.

Wayne Bartholomew

Without a doubt, the best strip I've discovered on GoComics is Molly and the Bear. And not just because, even without the dialogue (which is marvelous, by the way), Bear says a thousand hilarious words with his expressive face and timid posture, his excessive "paw-wringing"... his latest existential crisis. (In a recent strip, Bear wakes Molly's dad in the wee hours of the morning with the words, "My life is gone...") And it's not just the way Bear antagonizes Molly's dad in a totally refreshing and innocent way. It's not even the juxtaposition of tiny Molly next to the bigness of Bear. (Each panel they share makes me chuckle and grin.) The greatness of the strip is a combination of all these things, inventive writing and clean, stylized artwork. The strip is always a surprise; it's always cute, and it never fails to make me smile. Thank you, Bob Scott and GoComics, for this amazing feature!

Bob Pownall

In the past year? Probably "Reality Check".

Chuck Siegfried

I found Lio a few months back and am now a huge fan.

Steve Hubbell

How do I narrow it down to a single strip when i love all of these strips from GoComics?

Lio, Pooch Cafe, Heart of the City, Dog Eat Doug, Red and Rover, The Duplex / The Flying McCoys, 9 Chickweed Lane, Non Sequitur, Dogs of C-Kennel, Cow and Boy, Stone Soup....

I will randomly pick one then....

Non Sequitur


its only Dilbert
my daily dose of fun

Yvette Roe

Absolutely "Calvin and Hobbes"

David Karasick

Without a doubt, It's Pickles. My wife and I are an older retired couple. It seems as if Brian Crane has a camera and watches us live our life.

Mike Kruger

Hubris is the best one I've started reading recently.

Jeff Stutsman

Red and Rover is the best one I discovered in the past year . The local paper just started carrying it . The relationship between the boy and dog is both funny and sweet

Curtis Hoffmann

Richard's Poor Almanac. Definitely the best new thing to show up here in 2013. Curtis Hoffmann

Melanie Matthiessen

I've been a fan of Calvin and Hobbes for years, but I recently discovered The Argyle Sweater which is great too.

Roberto Morandi

Dilbert. Bye. ROberto

Hallur Hallsson

Dilbert is the way to go but is in the same class as foxtrot and calvin and Hobbes.
Id go with Scotts Dilbert :)

Hallur HAllsson

Daryl Davis

Thatababy is a great newer comic... lots of cool pop culture references.

Jonathan Dibblee




Karla Enriquez

My favorite find this year is Aunty Acid. It always makes me laugh.
Karla Enriquez

Teresa Allison

Heavenly Nostrils.
Teresa Allison

Alex Jeffrey

Barney & Clyde; love the watercooler puns!


I've used GoComics for a long time, and I love it. My favorite from the past year was when you added U.S. Acres to your lineup. I had all the books, but they were really starting to show their age. Now I can read crisp, clean, color copies every morning with the rest of my funnies. Thank You!

Timothy Fisher


Calvin & Hobbes FTW


Cul de Sac. Richard Thompson is this decade's Bill Waterson, a master at all aspects of the comic strip (art, writing, character), and Alice and friends are a wonderful world that I've been happy to start exploring. While I, like many, are a little saddened by Richard's hiatus (I'm being hopeful) due to his illness, I'm thankful he did an amazing 4 or 5 years that I get to read daily as GoComics republishes from beginning to end.

Jeremy Bednarski

My favorites are Calvin and Hobbes, Fox Trot, Bloom County, and of course, Garfield and Peanuts! You need to add Zits though.

Random Genius

Navy Bean is the most intelligent and ridiculous and freaking LOL comic on any of your sites. Why it hasn' t been moved to the GoComics portion from Sherpa is a crime.

There are more laughs in a day of Navy Bean than a year of Beetle Bailey

 joyce herbster

Non Sequitur- the best since the late, great Far Side!

Barbara Klein

Dilbert is the one I know of. But I want to read more. The Close To Home comic sounds good.

Pedro Silva

I have been following the site for the Calvin & Hobbes experience, but Luann was also a nice discovery this last year =)

Cheryl Granger

Best new to me that I have discovered was Cul de Sac. So funny!!
Cheryl Granger

Zachary Snyder

Savage Chickens!
Zachary Snyder

Scott Graham

Probably one of the most under appreciated strips-Domestic Abuse.


Navy bean

Janet Davis

In the last year, I guess, The Duplex. I like silly. This was a hard question.
Janet Davis

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