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Pogo? Pogo crossed your desk? How long ago was that? Also, when you mouse over Pogo the link is to a Shirley Jones book on Overstock.com.

There you go, there's a bad idea. Redo Pogo, every where Pogo appears replace him with Shirley. And heck, you could go even further and replace Albert with David Cassidy and Porkypine with Danny Bonaduci.

Eddie

Hmmm. Why does the POGO link take me to a Shirley Jones book on overstock.com? And more importantly, since there was no other comment about it, doesn't any one click Pogo anymore?

ug. Sign of the times.

Jon Herman

I've got nothing...wait a minute...how about a comic strip about nothing?!? I'm willing to split the enormous profits 50/50 with Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David.

G.G. Faircloth

I do not care if I do not get syndicated. I am drawing my comic because I am having fun creating what I want to on my own stage....a comic strip. It is fun to draw it.

Benny

"'Tard Prom"

John W Kennedy

Revive “Dondi”, but this time the kid’s from Afghanistan.

On=Terry=OH!

Family Legacy Strip by the Sons of Syndicated Comics.

It's not about talent, it's about who your dad is!

Amy

Here’s the way syndication should work:
- ANYBODY that can create a comic with decent art and humor (and there are LOTS of them out there) should be given a shot.
- ZERO dollars should be spent by syndicates “selling” new feature to Newspapers.
- After 30 days of the new comic in print, readers are asked for a Yay or Nay on whether or not the new comic feature should stay or go.
- Let the PUBLIC decide!

If “Reply All” could get a syndication deal, there is hope for everybody.
ZING!

Grumpy

A comic based on Edwin Abbot's "Flatland" focused on one character who is a slacker that lives at home. There you have it, a 2 dimensional line drawing of boring cliches.
Oh wait, that already exists, it's called 'Dustin'....

Ben Carlsen

Here's an idea I actually sent in to the syndicates:

All the characters are three-dimensional geometric shapes. The main characters are a cube, a sphere, and a cone. The cube and sphere are male, and the cone is female (so she can wear a skirt). The cube is, well, a square. Nerdy, awkward, my childhood. The sphere is some kind of athletic jock type. And the cone is... a girl. With a ponytail (the top of the cone kind of droops over, you see). And hilarity ensues! Right?

Yeah. Perhaps it was a cute idea, but my execution was terrible, I admit. It was worth a shot, though.

PP

Spock, I guarantee you the average syndicated cartoonist makes much much more than the average web cartoonist.

Rick

I've had my fair share of rejections letter. If you want I can send you them so you can save on paper.

Spock

Why in the world would anybody waste their time trying to create a good comic strip when the newspaper business is crashing, and everybody on-line expects FREE content?? No thanks! I'll stick to getting paid for my efforts...

CharmenPacky

I bet you get a million of them. Add in my submission a few months ago and you have a million and one!!! lol.....

Don't worry, I am going to send Charmy marching back again soon for another rejection. It is really fun trying even when I know my chances are slim. :) Plus Charmy needs the work.... he isn't trained to do anything else but do stupid things.......

Charmy's Army rules!!!!

Feeubi

Dick Fingertwat: American Abortionist

PP

Depreciation: The Adventures of a Tax Accountant

SK

Garfield minus Garfield plus Pet Rock

Remove all words and Garfield and sub in a drawing of a rock.

I'm willing to split 50/50 with Jim Davis

Greg Brown

STOMP! The comic strip!

Corky LeClaor

Kissinger! The Unfathomable Humor of Henry Kissinger by Henry Kissigner

TM

"It Was My Fault" by Trayvin Martin would be a BAD idea

Tones

The not so adventurous agoraphobic misanthrope.

It's FREE, why wouldn't you?

Dustin

Random Genius

To All the Men I've Loved Before: by Tom Cruise

Mrsmily2012

make a comic strip about a call center in india

Stephen Beals

Wait...I'd pay good money for Tom's idea.

Frank and Steinway

A Blind Crime-fighting White supremist and his albino Phillipino sidekick...oh wait. You have that already. Never mind.

david essman

Here's a terrible idea for a comic:

Reruns of Peanuts and For Better Or For Worse

Stephen Beals

Hmmm. The not-so-good idea is the one I currently do. Concept pieces can be their own worst enemy because they set limitations which may be bad.

I'll pick one that I did in college. It was the adventures of a blind girl and her seeing eye dog. Realize that I did this at the suggestion of the animation director at CalArts because my girlfriend at the time happened to be a blind woman who was getting a seeing eye dog.

Jay Kennedy responded personally to two different submissions of that one. He thought the jokes were weak (they were), but that the characters and concept were strong. However...he thought that it might be a little depressing since the girl in the strip was of grade school age and there was a sort of sadness to the concept.

Not too long after, when giving advice, Jay warned about concepts that may be on the depressing side. I'd like to think I had something to do with that.

Maybe I could've made it work. We need something to counter the damage caused by Mr. Magoo.

Tom Racine

The Pope, a stripper and a lemur...they drive around in a 70s muscle car, solving crimes. Wackiness ensues.

Navy Bean

A Blind Crime-fighting White supremist and his albino Phillipino sidekick -- Chuckles!

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