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Rachel

My favorite comic strip of all time is Calvin and Hobbes. I even named my cat (an orange tabby) Hobbes. My favorite webcomic is xkcd.

Philip

My favorite comic strip is definitely Calvin and Hobbes. As for web comics, I like xkcd.

Natalia Picanco

Love love love Calvin & Hobbes and find the web comics Marketoonist really awesome

Rene Caza

My favourite newspaper comic is Calvin & Hobbes. My favourite webcomic is Savage Chickens.

Mack

Favorite comic strip of all time is Calvin and Hobbes with Far Side as a VERY close second. Favorite web comic is Penny Arcade.

Pedro Silva

My favorite newspaper comic strip ever is definitely calvin & hobbes, as it has always inspired me since my childhood, and even motivated me to collect "yesterday's" newspapers from the school library, just to keep the comic.

My favorite webcomic is, like some of the other contestants, xkcd. It is very profound and sometimes stirring, and also I'm kind of nerdy and enjoy the more scientific instances of the comic. Plus, it has an astounding community in its forums.

Pedro Silva

John Mitchell

My favorite newspaper strip is obviously going to be Calvin and Hobbes. My favorite webcomic would have to be Doghouse Diaries, in spite of it's extreme visual simplicity. Although, I will probably end up thinking my own comic is the best once I get further into it. ;)

I keep entering these contests, here's to hoping I win one!

Arie Schwartz

Obviously I have to say Calvin and Hobbes, but if we're talking about current strips then it's probably Pearls before Swine. Favorite webcomic is Anything About Nothing.

Karl H.

My favorite comment of all time is SIMPLE C&H! Had a dog that had two male puppies, and named them Calvin & Hobbes!

Don't read Webcomics. After C&H, none can compare. [OK, 1/2 of that is true]

Todd Church

Favorite newspaper comic strip is Calvin and Hobbes. I love comic strips and enjoyed reading Calvin in the 80's. I even drove 4 hours to see the originals in Columbus. I got there at 4:30 and the museum closed at 5:00. I was satisfied. My favorite web comic is Zen Pencils. Great art.

Rick Segers

Calvin and Hobba my favorite. Never have got into web comics.

Leslie Carver

Calvin and Hobbes, definite print favorite. No contest. For webcomics, I'd say my first is still my favorite: Sluggy Freelance.

Renee Miller

Favorite newspaper comic Pearls before Swine. Favorite webcomic xkcd.

Daniel Lawson

My favorite strip (that ran when I was a kid) is Calvin and Hobbes (Little Nemo for one that ran before I was born).
My favorite webcomic is currently Questionable Content and Sam and Fuzzy.

Eileen Hussey

So hard to choose! Calvin & Hobbes, Peanuts and Mutts are all so awesome and such big parts of my childhood (& yes adulthood!) and doghouse diaries!

MichelleWermuth

Favorite newspaper comic is Calvin and Hobbes.
My favorite web comic is WhatTheDuck

Josh

Calvin and Hobbes, The Oatmeal

Kenny Thom

My all time favourite comic strip is and always will be Calvin & Hobbes, just no competition. I have a Stupendous Man tattoo.
I skim occasional web comics but cant say I have a favourite. I like the feel of paper in my hands.

markmclaughlin

Calvin and Hobbes was and is going to be my all time favorite. On the web I like Cyanide and Happiness.

Jeff

My favorite comic is Calvin and Hobbes, honestly. I wasn't raised in a loving household and those books were all I had. As far as webcomic, xkcd is the only one I read.

Elana Kemp

Of course my favorite newspaper strip is Calvin and Hobbes. I don't have a favorite web comic but am enjoying reading everyone's responses and checking them out.

Richard Hibbert

"Calvin and Hobbes" is my favorite newspaper strip of all time. My favorite webcomic is "Off the Mark."

Mark Robinson

Pearls Before Swine is probably my current favorite for newspaper strips. Favorite web comic is Girls With Slingshots

Andy Sorrentino

Favorite newspaper strip is Dilbert. Haven't read webcomics.

Chris Glavin

Calvin. And Hobbes
Aaanndd
Garfield minus Garfield

Charles

Calvin and Hobbes was definitely my favorite comic, even though my local newspaper never carried it :( I had to settle for buying the books.
Webcomic? That's a tough one, but does XKCD count? That's a fantastic, underrated site, IMO.

Ken E

Favorite comic strip of all time is Calvin and Hobbes. My favorite webcomic is xkcd.

Ann Sullivan

favorite newspaper comic strip Calvin and Hobbs for sure
favorite webcomic is xkcd

Jessica Lipps

God, to limit to one comic strip? It's how I learned to read. Calvin and Hobbes, Foxtrot, Baby Blues, Dilbert, etc. Webcomics, I only read one: Cyanide and Happiness.

Matthew

My favorite comic is Calvin and Hobbes, I always said it was my first introduction to Philosophy (my major in college). Favorite web comic is XKCD. Nothing like some good math/science/stick figure romance related humor.

James Mack

As others have also post, Calvin and Hobbes is my favorite printed comic and XKCD is my favorite web comic

Ronnie K

Like everyone else here, Calvin and Hobbes and XKCD.

Austin O'Connell-Milne

my favourite newspaper comic strip is big nate my favourite web comics are heavenly nostrils and lost side of suburbia ( they should be in papers )

Adam Langenfeld

Favorite newspaper comic was Calvin and Hobbes (of course), followed by Foxtrot. Favorite webcomic is Dr. McNinja, followed by PVP, Questionable Content, Penny-Arcade, xkcd, Dinosaur Comics, etc. etc. etc.

Jack Bowdler

My favourite comic strip? Gosh that's like picking your favourite child! While I mostly grew up on classics like Garfield, Peanuts, Dilbert and Bloom County, I think the one that made the most impact on me (and is probably the most predicable) was Calvin and Hobbes.

As for my favourite webcomic, that varies from time to time but the one I'm currently enjoying is Bug Martini.

David Adams

My favorite comic strip is Calvin and Hobbes, and my favorite webcomic is Brawl In The Family.
- David Adams

Larry Jones

Favorite newspaper comic is, of course, Calvin and Hobbes; favorite current strip is Dilbert. Favorite web comic is xkcd.

Ben Feldman

Calvin and Hobbes for certain is my favourite print strip. Penny Arcade is my favourite web strip.

Janet Davis

Honestly, this changes. Right now, I would say Ballard Street and Untold Tales of Bigfoot.

Dillon

Calvin & Hobbes and xkcd.

Gordon

Loved Calvin & Hobbes and Zits.

Love to read Schlock Mercenary. Great sci fi epic-ly told.

Emily Raymond

My favorite comic strip is definitely Calvin and Hobbes, followed closely by Non Sequitur, and my favorite webcomic is Questionable Content.

Ariel Yang

Calvin and Hobbes was my entire childhood.

On the internet, I'm a fan of GunnerKrigg Court, XKCD, Wondermark, and Extra Ordinary (I guess I read quite a few webcomics)

John Toben

Peanuts is still my favorite print comic, although Calvin and Hobbes is a very close second. XKCD is my favorite web comic.

Irvin Lira

My favorite newspaper comic (although I haven't read a lot) would be Calvin and Hobbes and my favorite comic would prob be the Walking Dead.

Spike Silvernail

My all time fav is Calvin and Hobbes. All of my kids are getting into reading my C&H books too. The sign of excellent art is it never goes out of style. Never have got into web comics.

Shelby Kelley

Calvin and Hobbes. Don't really view comics online. Sorry.

Dani Smith

Favorite comic of all time is easily Calvin and Hobbes. Pearls Before Swine, Get Fuzzy, and Baldo are current favorites. Online I love xkcd and The Oatmeal.

Tom Donlon

My favorite newspaper comic is Zits, because my mother always tells me how it reminds her of me. My favorite webcomic AmazingSuperPowers! I read it religiously.

Dan

Hi i'm Daniel Canfield and my favorite newspaper comic is definitely calvin and hobbes, my favorite webcomic is frazz.

Jaeson Winter

I am a Calvin and Hobbes fan.

Sam Ruffell

My Favorite Newspaper strip is Garflied. My favorite Webcomic is Nedriod by Anthony Clark. It's the only consistently funny webcomic out there and I absolutely love it. I'm a cartoonist and I love comics. I can't wait to see this documentary!

SonofMartell

My favorite comic strip of all time is Calvin and Hobbes. Calvin is the smartest dumb kid I know. My favorite webcomic is xkcd.

Julien Le Cocq

Charlie Brown and Snoopy hold a special place in my heart for introducing me to comics, so my favourite Newspaper Strip goes to Peanuts.

Order of the Stick, by Rich Burlew, is a great webcomic if you're into the Dungeons and Dragons scene. Funny, well written, and intriguing!

mbdowl

current favorite newspaper strip is Pearls Before Swine. Can't say that I have a favorite webcomic.

Kathy Platt

My favorite old comic is Peanuts & current comic is Calvin & Hobbes. I don't read webcomics.

Bennett Rosenow

It could only be Calvin & Hobbes, favorite webcomic is Happle Tea. Gotta love some smart but simple comedy about mythology.

Chris Addleman

The best newspaper comic is Calvin and Hobbes. I enjoy the webcomic Dark Legacy Comics.

Matthew Reynolds

Newspaper is a tie between Pearls Before Swine and Foxtrot, while online I read cyanide and happiness and XKCD

Ike Oden

My favorite comic strip is Calvin and Hobbes. My favorite web comic is Crash on Planet Infinity.

Curtis Hoffmann

Favorite newspaper comic: Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller.
Favorite webcomic: Endtown by Aaron Neathery.

Michael D.

My favorite newspaper comic is Calvin and Hobbes Hands down.
My favorite webcomic most certainly is Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal by Zach Weiner.

Jia Hui Huang

My favorite newspaper comic is Calvin and Hobbes of course!
My favorite webcomic has to be Cyanide and Happiness. Both have their moments and I love it. :D

Steve Wang

My favorite newspaper comic, Calvin and Hobbes
Favorite webcomic, xkcd

Daniel Hause

Calvin and Hobbes all the way. I enjoy Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal as well.

Justin Petersen

Favorite newspaper comic of all time is Calvin and Hobbes. Favorite web comic is The Oatmeal.

Laura Delgado

My favorite comic strip is Calvin and Hobbes. My favorite web comic is the Oatmeal

Ashish Joshi

My favourite comic strip is Calvin and Hobbes and as for web comic, Zen Pencils is the one.

Edward L

My favorite comic strip is Calvin and Hobbes. My favorite web comic is Piled Higher and Deeper (PHD Comics).

Matthias Krompaß

comic strip: Calvin and Hobbes
web comic: Fredo & Pidjin

Derrick Wood

Newspaper: Baby Blues. Webcomic: Whyatt Cartoons. -Sorry to my fellow GoComics/Sherpa cartoonists. I couldn't choose between any of you!

Josiah Northcutt

My favorite newspaper comic is Pearls before Swine because it's combination of likeable characters, clever dialogue, and it's penchant for breaking the fourth wall. My favorite webcomic is Cyanide and happiness because of it's sheer randomness and it's ability to make a joke out of anything.

Bruce Napier

Calvin & Hobes & never read a webcomic

Jonathan Bridge

Favorite newspaper comic: Lio; favorite webcomic: The New Adventures of Queen Victoria

angad

calvin and hobbes.
XKCD

NoaComesaña

My favourite comic strippe is Calvin & Hobbes, and from the web I love Off the leash.

peter

My favourite comic atrio is Calvin & hobbes and ny current favourite web comic is xkcd

Ricardo Rodriguez

My favorite newspaper comic of all time is Calvin and Hobbes, and currently my favorite webcomic is Sinfest.

Rick Mounce

Favorite comic strip? That's a tough choice. I guess I'll have to say Cul de Sac at the moment. So many great ones to choose from (Calvin & Hobbes, Far Side, Bloom County, Krazy Kat, Gasoline Alley to name a few!). Favorite web comic: What the Duck.

Mireia Fernandez

My favourite Comic Strip is Calvin & Hobbes (closely followed by Peanuts) and my favourite webcomic is Penny Arcade.

BF

My favourite comic strip is Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson and my favourite webcomic is Nedroid by Anthony Clark.

Deborah Groom

Like another reader the comic strip love is spread out from Sherman's Lagoon to Pearls before Swine and for webcomic I would say Penny Arcade. I am so looking forward to this movie. Comic books are part of how my son learned to speak. He was born without speech. Now at 16 he and I still read the comics together. He is now a really good artist and his inspiration and sense of humour owes a lot the the wonderful wizards of pen and ink. Thanks guys for giving us more than I can express.

Zvezdana

My favorite newspaper strip is Calvin and Hobbes, and web comic PhD (Pilled Higher and Deeper) :)

Richard Jenkiins

Wow I have three favorite comics and it is hard to pick one because I like them for different reasons. Like a lot of people have mentioned, "Calvin and Hobbs". But I also love "The Far Side" and "Gil Thorpe" (the earlier versions).

As for web comics my favorite is "Architexts" which is a real life look at working in an architectural firm. What makes it so funny is that it is so universally true.

Chris Lees

Peanuts is my all time favorite. My favorite webcomic is "Mort's Island." Yes, it is mine, so sue me!

Chris Lees

Barbara Bundick

My favorite newspaper comic is a tough choice: I like Doonesbury, Calvin and Hobbes, the Far Side, For Better or for Worse, and that's just for starters. I guess I'll pick Doonesbury as No. 1. I don't read web comics.

Mike Rosser

My favorite comic strip of all time is Bloom County. Love me some Opus, Bill, Steve Dallas, Milo & Binkley. (Calvin and Hobbes would be a close second.) My favorite webcomic is Sheldon.

Paige Shaw

My favorite newspaper comic is Cul de Sac, even though it's brilliant cartoonist has, by necessity, retired from cartooning. My favorite web comic is Zen Pencils.

Rachelle Aviv

I would have to go along with many here and say my favorite comic strip is Calvin and Hobbes, and my favorite webcomic is xkcd.

Ellen Santistevan

My favorite newspaper strips of all time were first Bloom County/Opus, then Calvin and Hobbes and The Boondocks. Richard's Poor Almanac is fantastic. As for webcomics? Since I don't receive a newspaper, I am not sure which ones are and which ones are not, so I will say the Oatmeal as one great web-based (I think) strip.

Nathan J. DiPerri

My favorite comic strip is CALVIN AND HOBBES and my favorite webcomic is MOLLY AND THE BEAR!

Jim Gelvin

"Calvin and Hobbes" is my favorite newspaper strip. As for webcomics, I'd have to go with "The Abominable Charles Christopher" as my favorite.

Timothy Nolen Tribbett

"Pickles" is my favorite newspaper strip and "Basic Instructions" is my favorite web comic

Leslie Chartier

There are so many I like, it's hard to pick. For newspaper strips, like so many others, I love Calvin & Hobbes. I also really like Jane's World. I haven't read many web comics yet.

Jovan Bone

Garfield for both.

Alexandre Rocha

My favorite newspaper comic strip is Dilbert and my favorite webcomic is C&H.

Tom Owens

MUTTS is our favorite comic in newspapers. Our cat likes it, too. For us, Calvin and Hobbes is a webcomic (and our favorite). We can't get C&H in a paper any more.

Elizabeth Jones

Like everyone else, my favorite cartoon of all times is Calvin and Hobbes. My favorite web cartoon has to be Dogs of Kennel-C.

Darryl Heine

Favorite newspaper comic strip: Peanuts
Favorite webcomic: Kevin and Kell

Steven Simpson

Calvin and Hobbes and pearls are both great reads. Also Jeff Smiths Bone gets overlooked. I don't read many web comics except PVP and Go Comics if that counts :-D

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