Happy Father’s Day!

The Duplex by Glenn McCoy
The Duplex by Glenn McCoy

 

Being a father is, without question, one of the toughest jobs in the world.

 

When you’re a kid, it’s difficult to appreciate the time and energy your dad (or dad-figure!) puts in to raising you. But there’s a moment in every kid’s life where he realizes that in addition to being an awesome role model and an excellent source of life lessons, his dad should be commended for, quite frankly, putting up with him for so many years.

 

So thanks, Dad.

 

Thanks for encouraging us to do our best.

 

Fowl Language by Brian Gordon
Fowl Language by Brian Gordon

 

Thanks for never expecting too much.

 

Dadding Badly by John Kovaleski
Dadding Badly by John Kovaleski

 

Thanks for teaching us how to prioritize.

 

Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

 

 

Thanks for preparing us for the real world.

 

Back in the Day by Eric Scott
Back in the Day by Eric Scott

 

 

Most of all, thank you for your forgiveness, patience, and love.

 

The Big Picture by Lennie Peterson
The Big Picture by Lennie Peterson

 

 

For more Father’s Day comics, check out our collection!

 

We wish all the great fathers and father-figures out there a very happy Father’s Day! We hope you can take time to enjoy your special holiday.





Happy Birthday, Garfield!

 

Garfield by Jim Davis
Garfield by Jim Davis

  

Nearly four decades ago, Garfield debuted in newspapers. The surly, sardonic, insatiable tabby quickly proved his popularity — and timelessness.


Age has done nothing to dull the appeal of Garfield, as evidenced by the continued publication of daily comic strips in addition to television specials, books and movies, including an upcoming animated feature-length film.

 

 

 

Garfield by Jim Davis
Garfield by Jim Davis

  

In honor of Garfield’s 38th birthday tomorrow, we put together a collection of the past 37 years of Garfield’s birthday comic strips! Check it out here.

 

As part of Garfield’s birthday celebration, we’re ALSO excited to announce that Garfield Classics will debut on GoComics on Monday (June 20)! That’s right — you can experience Garfield’s adventures from the very beginning.


38 looks good on you, G.





A Special Update from "Kid Beowulf" Creator Alexis E. Fajardo

Exciting news from Kid Beowulf creator Alexis Fajardo!

 

Kid Beowulf by Alexis E. Fajardo
Kid Beowulf by Alexis E. Fajardo

 

Daily readers of my action-adventure comic strip Kid Beowulf may have noticed a banner at the end of each daily strip in recent weeks … something about lingonberries? What's that all about?

 

Fans of Kid Beowulf know that 12-year-old Beowulf's call to adventure is a bowl of lingonberries, and for the month of June, it's mine, too. This month I launched a Kickstarter to help fund a mobile game called "Lookin' for Lingonberries!" – a puzzle game and comic reading app based on the world of Kid Beowulf.  Similar to popular games like "Candy Crush," "Lookin' for Lingonberries" is a match-three-style puzzle game in which players sift through the one-eyed Dragon's treasure hoard, hunt for berries, power-ups and magic swords, and along the way unlock the original comic story that inspired the game – "Lookin' for Lingonberries."

 

The Kickstarter will help me get the app across the finish line and cover costs including game development, licensing, art production and other game components.  I've been working on this game in secret with my game developer, and now we're excited to share the news via Kickstarter and GoComics.  I hope all my readers will consider chipping in to help make this game possible – with their help, we can launch this fun game by mid-July and they can start playing!

 

For more information or to donate, visit my Kickstarter page.

 

Have a listen to my recent interview with Tall Tale Radio.

 

And remember to read Kid Beowulf four day a week right here at GoComics!

 

Thanks for your support!

 

—Lex





COMICS SHERPA: EDITOR'S PICKS

This recurring LAUGH TRACKS feature highlights individual Sherpa strips and panels that for one reason or another caught the fancy of the aide de sherpa. It could be anything; the drawing, the writing, the humor, the coloring, that they tried something interesting, or that it's a new step for that particular creator.


We hope this quirky sampler will alert you to features you might not yet have noticed amid Sherpa's abundant, ever-changing, and eclectic mix, and that it gives Sherpa creators a modicum of helpful feedback.

 

 

 

6-14-16

 

 

 

 

Father of the Brood  6-14-16

 

 

 

 

 

Inkwell Forest  6-14-16

 

 

 

 

6-14-16

 

 

 

6-14-16

 

 

 

Spaceport 51  6-14-16

 

 

 

 

Weasel Ink  6-14-16

 

 

 

 

The Magic Forest  6-15-16

 

 

 

 

 

 

A complete list of all the Sherpa features can be found here.

 





Dump the Pump

 

It’s Dump the Pump Day!

 

“Dump the Pump” refers to ditching your car and hopping on public transportation for the day. The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has proved public transportation systems better cities in a lot of ways. Using public transportation saves money on fuel, lessens fuel use and traffic congestion, adds to community growth and revitalization and reduces carbon footprint. The list goes on ...



Community development

 

 

Close to Home by John McPherson
Close to Home by John McPherson


Daily life can get busy, leaving little time to interact with others. It’s important for us to interact with people unlike ourselves, and those outside our circle. It gives us a bigger picture and appreciation for other humans in general.

 


Convenience + reliability

 

 

Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis
Pearls Before Swine by Stephan Pastis


Public transportation can be our savior in a time of need. Car broken? Stolen? Nonexistent? Great! Builds character.



Go green!

 

 

FoxTrot by Bill Amend
FoxTrot by Bill Amend

 

By taking public transportation, you can help make the world a little more green. Do your part!



Public transportation is an adventure.

 

 

Get Fuzzy by Darby Conley
Get Fuzzy by Darby Conley

 

It adds value to your city and your experiences. Plus, you never know who you’ll run into.


See you on the bus!





A Tribute to Orlando

 

Ken Catalino
Ken Catalino

 

We are sending our thoughts, love and condolences to the victims, their families, the LGBTQ community and those affected during Sunday morning’s horrific event in Orlando, FL.

 

GoComics cartoonists have expressed their thoughts on the attack, and we wanted to share them with you. We’ve collected a handful of recent cartoons here. We will continue to add more to the collection as new content arrives.


Please, be kind to one another.





Garfield's 38th Birthday Giveaway!

The sassiest, laziest, hungriest cat around turns 38 on Sunday!

 

We’re wishing Garfield the happiest of birthdays with a GoComics giveaway in his honor. FIVE winners will receive a collectible, archive-quality print of the very first Garfield strip!

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

This contest will end on June 21, 2016, at 12 a.m. CT. We will randomly select one winner and notify the winner via email on June 21, 2016.

 

While you wait to see if you win, visit Garfield on GoComics!

 

The next giveaway will be announced on June 22, 2016 at 6 a.m. CT.





Fly it high! It’s Flag Day!

Happy Flag Day! While not a federal holiday, Flag Day is still widely celebrated across the country. This day is dedicated to celebrating the adoption of the American flag. Many cities participate by hosting parades, ceremonies, throwing parties and of course raising a flag at home. Here are a few suggestions on how to make this your most celebrated Flag Day yet:

 

Sing a song!

 

Nancy by Guy Gilchrist
Nancy by Guy Gilchrist

 

“Happy Birthday,” “The Star-Spangled Banner” - only the flag will hear you sing.



 

Whatever you do, DON’T let the flag touch the ground.

 

Soup to Nutz by Rick Stromoski
Soup to Nutz by Rick Stromoski

 

We won’t lose a state, but it does signal disrespect. So if that’s not what you’re going for, carefully keep the flag waving high.



 

Wear it!

 

F Minus by Tony Carrillo
F Minus by Tony Carrillo

 

Why not sew a flag onto some apparel?  Nothing weird about that.

 

 

 

Fly it!

 

Baldo by Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos
Baldo by Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos

 

Most importantly: Let that flag fly! America might be a little crazy right now, but for better or for worse, you’re a part of it. Own it!

 

Happy Flag Day!





New Comic Alert! Next Door Neighbors by Pat Sandy

Next Door Neighbors by Pat Sandy
Next Door Neighbors by Pat Sandy

 

Meet the Deweys. Norm mows the lawn at 10 p.m., Claire and her punk band dial it to 11 when they practice in the basement, Jake just set fire to the neighbor's compost heap, and Jan is simply trying to keep up with the bills. Just another day in the neighborhood. They're the Next Door Neighbors — stop by and say hello.

 

Read Next Door Neighbors here!





"Ginger Meggs: Time Traveling" by Jason Chatfield

Ginger Meggs has endured the test of time - read how Jason Chatfield has kept him alive!


Evolution of Ginger Meggs by Jason Chatfield

 

How many characters do you know who can travel 90 years back in time into their own comic strip?

 

One of the great advantages of writing and drawing a 95-year-old comic strip is being able to go back over the last century and see what the previous artists did when they took over.

 

I had always read Ginger Meggs as a kid, and grew up with the James Kemsley-era Ginger Meggs (1984-2007). I fell in love with the cast of unique Aussie characters, as several generations had before me, so it was such a privilege to be asked to continue this strip nine years ago.

 

When I was a young fan, the first book I ever read was a novelization of Ginger Meggs. I then went to the library and dug up the old Ginger Meggs from the original creator, James C. Bancks era (1921-1952). Over the years, I read the whole back-catalogue (everything I could find) and have recently revisited it with fresh eyes as a writer of the strip.

 

James C Bancks drawing the strip with his little daughter, Sheena
Ginger Meggs original creator, James C Bancks, and daughter, Sheena

 

I can tell you, a lot has changed in that time ... but a lot hasn’t!

 

By virtue of its longevity, the strip has inadvertently become a time capsule of sorts, capturing the zeitgeist of each decade in which it was written. Over each artist’s time working on the strip, you can see little social and historical aspects creeping into the strip’s plot.

 

The interiors and exteriors changed, the line and word-economy changed with the shrinking of comic strip sizes in newspapers, and the Australian English vernacular changed in the strip to evolve with the readership, particularly under Kemsley’s pen.

 

These days, no longer is Ginger seen violently fighting, or putting on blackface and singing "Mammy" (yes, that actually happened) — but he is still likely to be seen enjoying a game of backyard cricket, running his billy cart down Deadmans Hill and skipping out on school to go fishing.

 

That led me to the idea … what if Ginger could travel back in time, 90 years into his own comic strip? What would he think of the world he saw back in the 1920s, '30s and '40s? What a cool idea, right? It’s something I’d want to read …


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So I went about re-reading all of Bancks’ original strips from 1921 to 1952 and pulling out particular frames that captured the tone, the look and feel of the time he was illustrating in these strips. He had such a great way of making Ginger fly across the page with his loose but very purposeful brush work. It’s been such a pleasure to revisit and analyse the version of the strip my grandparents' generation fell in love with during the Depression, the war and the ensuing growth of the personality of the young nation of Australia.

 

Bancks was purportedly inspired by events in his own youth, growing up around Hornsby in the early 1900s. The fondness he feels for the era comes through in his drawing of the scenes. When Ginger truants from school to go swimming, the waterhole resembles Fishponds. Bancks and his friends knew the area well as it was a favourite haunt for the local kids.

 

When the railway station is shown in Bancks' strips, it has the signal box that, old-timers will recall, was situated at the end of Number 4 Platform. Many of these little nods to the area of the time are what endeared the strip to so many readers in Sydney in the first half of the 20th century.

 

Ginger Meggs appeared only as a Sunday strip for 75 years, so I thought the Sunday version of the strip was the appropriate place to run this idea. I placed Ginger and Benny into actual scenes that had been drawn by Bancks, lightboxing over the original panels and inserting the contemporary Ginger. I didn’t want to just scan in the old strips and copy/paste them; I wanted to be able to match the tone consistently.


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It was a great learning process. After the first few installments of the series, I decided to keep the speech balloons in the sepia tone, as I felt making them white, and everything else sepia-toned, was taking the reader out of the strip when it came out in print.

 

Although Bancks eventually had the strip running in colour, I wanted to keep the "old-world" feeling consistent as I sampled various panels from his 31-year reign. You can see Ginger’s face evolve in this series as I’ve drawn him from the 1924 through to his 1952 incarnation.

 

I don’t want to spoil the storyline of the strip, but I’ve provided GoComics an exclusive sneak peek of a selection of panels from the upcoming installments that might whet your appetite and keep you guessing.

 

I hope longtime Meggsie readers will enjoy reading this series as much as I did drawing and writing it. It truly is a privilege to work on Ginger Meggs and I hope to do so for a long time to come. It’s been very encouraging to have Universal Uclick behind Ginger as the strip transitions from a century in Print to an exciting new generation of readers.

 

Ginger has been educating the world about the Aussie culture, language and lifestyle through its wide syndication, translated for various countries. It continues to be one of the longest-running comic strips of all time.


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I’ll be at San Diego Comic-Con in July and New York Comic-Con in October, where I’ll have limited edition complete hard-copy booklets of this series. These will also be available in ePub, iBooks and PDF format through the Ginger Meggs online store later in the year. Join the Mailing List and follow Ginger on Twitter and Facebook to stay up to date with coming announcements and signings.


Ginger Meggs appears every single day of the week on GoComics.com  Thank you, as always, for reading!

 

—Jason





COMICS SHERPA: EDITOR'S PICKS

 

This recurring LAUGH TRACKS feature highlights individual Sherpa strips and panels that for one reason or another caught the fancy of the aide de sherpa. It could be anything; the drawing, the writing, the humor, the coloring, that they tried something interesting, or that it's a new step for that particular creator.


We hope this quirky sampler will alert you to features you might not yet have noticed amid Sherpa's abundant, ever-changing, and eclectic mix, and that it gives Sherpa creators a modicum of helpful feedback.

 

 

 

Father of the Brood  6-8-16

 

 

 

 

People of Earth  6-8-16

 

 

 

 

Smith 6-8-16

 

 

 

 

Stale Crackers  6-8-16

 

 

The Gray Zone  6-8-16

 

 

 

 

Weasel Ink  6-8-16

 

 

 

 

Girth  6-9-16

 

 

 

6-9-16

 

 

 

 

Professor Herbert and GEO  6-9-16

 

 

 

 

The Neighborhood  6-9-16

 

 

A complete list of all the Sherpa features can be found here.

 

 





Keep the old, bring on the new!

We love our classics, but don’t forget to leave room in your heart for new comics! Our recent additions deserve a chance.

 

The Gentleman’s Armchair by Wes Hotchkiss 

 

The Gentleman's Armchair by Wes Hotchkiss

 

The Gentleman's Armchair is a comic—that you read! Ranging from corporate parodies to galactic adventures, TGA has something for everyone.



Owlturd by Shen T

 

Owlturd by Shen T

 

Owlturd Comix is a thrice-weekly humor webcomic that features a cute exterior, but sometimes dives into dark subject matter.



Claw by Cathy Law

 

Claw160606

 

“Claw” is the selfish result of Cathy Law wanting to draw things that she finds odd or funny and then throw color on it. Some subjects might hit a nerve with her, so she may have to get the claws out while drawing. (She has not been declawed.) Maybe you’ll laugh WITH her or maybe you’ll be laughing AT her ... either way, as long as you laugh a little, she’s fine with that.



Cattitude - Doggonit by Anthony Smith

 

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CATTITUDE and DOGGONIT share the same space on GoComics. They take turns to compete for the reader’s attention in their respective feline and canine ways.



Guaranteed, we have something for everyone. Parents, teens, singletons, businessmen, college students, cat/dog lovers/haters alike can find their latest addiction right here.

 

We introduce a new comic almost every Monday! Follow our new comics page to stay up to date on our latest and greatest comics.





Grab yourself a copy of the first Molly and the Bear book by Bob Scott!

 

Molly and the Bear by Bob Scott
Molly and the Bear by Bob Scott

 

Beloved GoComics creator and Disney animation artist Bob Scott has compiled his hilarity into print for your (and our!) enjoyment. Molly and the Bear was very well received when it hit shelves in March.

 

"And finally – Good news, everyone! Molly and the Bear has now been collected onto print media (where it's belonged all along) in a huge new coffee-table book from Cameron + Company. Good stuff, sez I. Lots of fun. Highly Recommended!"

—Jerry Beck, Cartoon Research

 

"You can take Molly and the Bear to bed, read it in the bath, scribble in the margins, Crayola the panels, or try your hand at copying Bob Scott’s animated characters. "

—John Adcock, Yesterday’s Papers

 

"Only haters of kids, furry animals and gentle humor would refuse to buy this book."

—Jim Reardon, co-writer of WALL-E and director of The Simpsons (TV series)

 

It’s a whopping 246 pages and includes 441 strips and 32 full-color pages of behind-the-scenes art.

 

Congrats to Bob Scott on his first collection!

 

Add Molly and the Bear comics to your GoComics page.

 


See what the buzz is about! Buy the first Molly and the Bear collection!





7 Ways to Celebrate Great Outdoors Month

Frazz by Jef Mallett
Frazz by Jef Mallett

 

 

The arrival of June marks the official start of summer. Long days and warm nights provide the perfect incentive to get outside — and since June is Great Outdoors Month, we’ve come up with a few tips on how to celebrate!

 

 1. Kick your shoes off.

 

Stone Soup by Jan Eliot
Stone Soup by Jan Eliot

 

No socks, no shoes, no problem.




2. Stand real still.

 

Peanuts by Charles Schulz
Peanuts by Charles Schulz

 

The best things in life are free.

 



3. Go for a swim.

 

Big Top by Rob Harrell
Big Top by Rob Harrell

 

Don’t be like Sleepy Wink.



4. Play in the rain.

 

Heart of the City by Mark Tatulli
Heart of the City by Mark Tatulli

 

A warm summer rain is like a hug from the sky.



5. Seize the day (and throttle it!).

 

Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson
Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

 

The un-grass-stained life is not worth living.

 

6. Alternatively, do nothing!

 

The Duplex by Glenn McCoy
The Duplex by Glenn McCoy

 

Just be sure to do it outside.



7. Whatever you do, unplug for a little while.

 

Prickly City by Scott Stantis
Prickly City by Scott Stantis

 

The whole point of Great Outdoors Month is to get outside and enjoy yourself, whether it’s a neighborhood park or a national park. So throw open the shutters, turn down the TV screen and go enjoy the great outdoors!


Happy Great Outdoors Month!





GIVEAWAY: “Yuge!: 30 Years of Doonesbury on Trump” By G.B. Trudeau

Whether you love him or loathe him, there’s no denying that Donald Trump has turned the 2016 presidential election on its head. His rise to prominence from a crowded Republican field -- made all the more dramatic by its seeming impossibility -- has catapulted him, his hair and his hands to the forefront of American voters’ minds.

 

Since 1987, Garry Trudeau’s Doonesbury has chronicled the most unsavory parts of the Donald’s career. “Yuge!” brings 30+ years of Trump-centric Doonesbury strips into one cringe-worthy collection.

 

“Yuge!” is available everywhere July 5, but we’re giving one lucky GoComics reader a chance to win an advance copy!

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

This contest will end on June 14, 2016, at 12 a.m. CT. We will randomly select one winner and notify the winner via email on June 14, 2016.

 

Click here to pre-order “Yuge!”

 

And in the meantime, read Doonesbury on GoComics!

 

The next giveaway will be announced on June 15, 2016 at 6 a.m. CT.





#TossbackTuesday: The 5 Struggles of Owning a VCR

Much like flip phones and all-denim ensembles, VCRs have become a relic of the past — a museum piece lurking in the basements, attics and garages of American homes.

 

It’s officially “VCR Day,” and we’d like to take a moment to reminisce on the once-ubiquitous videocassette recorder, and the long-forgotten struggles that accompanied it. So, pause Netflix, minimize Hulu, and scroll through our list of the 5 struggles of owning a VCR.



1. When you tried to hook the thing up and your inner rage-monster emerged.


Big Top by Rob Harrell
Big Top by Rob Harrell

 

IT’S JUST TOO MANY.



2. When each separate technology required its own remote.

 

Stone Soup by Jan Eliot
Stone Soup by Jan Eliot

  

You’ve lost remote-control of your life.



3. When “recording shows” required elaborate planning and a stack of tapes.

 

Luann by Greg Evans
Luann by Greg Evans

 

DVR is the hero we deserve.

 


4. When you had to remember to physically rewind the tapes.

 

Close to Home by John McPherson
Close to Home by John McPherson

 

“Be kind, please rewind” — OR ELSE.

 

 

5. When you realized change is inevitable.

 

Stuart Carlson
Stuart Carlson

 

RIP, VCR.

 


Happy VCR Day!

 





COMICS SHERPA: EDITOR'S PICKS

 

This recurring LAUGH TRACKS feature highlights individual Sherpa strips and panels that for one reason or another caught the fancy of the aide de sherpa. It could be anything; the drawing, the writing, the humor, the coloring, that they tried something interesting, or that it's a new step for that particular creator.


We hope this quirky sampler will alert you to features you might not yet have noticed amid Sherpa's abundant, ever-changing, and eclectic mix, and that it gives Sherpa creators a modicum of helpful feedback.

 

 

 

Batch Rejection  6-3-16

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Whiskers  6-3-16

 

 

 

 

The Magic Forest  6-3-16

 

 

 

 

 

Apple Creek Comics  6-5-16

 

 

 

 

 

Elmo  6-5-16

 

 

 

 

6-5-16

 

 

 

 

Spaceport 51  6-5-16

 

 

 

 

 

Truth Be Known  6-5-16

 

 

 

 

Inkwell Forest  6-6-16

 

 

 

 

People of Earth  6-6-16

 

 

 

 

A complete list of all the Sherpa features can be found here.

 

 

 





NEW COMIC ALERT! The Gentleman’s Armchair by Wes Hotchkiss

The Gentleman’s Armchair by Wes Hotchkiss
The Gentleman’s Armchair by Wes Hotchkiss

 

The Gentleman's Armchair is a comic — that you read! Ranging from corporate parodies to galactic adventures, TGA has something for everyone. So sit back, relax, and celebrate the absurdity of existence!

 

Read The Gentleman’s Armchair here!





It's Hug Your Cat Day! Celebrate Accordingly.

You’re invited …

 

... to hug your cat! What did you think we were going to suggest? Come to an event? Visit our website? Buy our stuff? Never.

 

Hug Your Cat Day is finally here. Although we don’t really need an excuse to give our furry felines some additional loving, we’ll take it.

 

Cats aren’t worshipped quite as fervently now as they were in ancient Egypt, but it’s curious to think about why they were quite literally put on a pedestal. Now we do so in our hearts.

 

Here are a few reasons why cats deserve our love every day, especially today.

 

 

1. They’re consistently a mystery.
 

Snow Sez by T. Shepherd
Snow Sez by T. Shepherd

 

Cats aren’t easy to read. They’re complex. They’re mysterious. We like that about them.

 

 

2. Relaxation is their thing.

 

The Andertoons by Mark Anderson
The Andertoons by Mark Anderson

  

Studies show cats can actually reduce our stress level as well as improve many aspects of human lives and health. We could really learn from their relaxed lifestyle.

 

 

3. Their love stays with us all day long.

 

Sarah's Scribbles by Sarah Andersen
Sarah's Scribbles by Sarah Andersen

 

Their love, shown by the amount of fur on you, floats into your personal bubble for hours after you’ve left the house. It’s a constant reminder of their affection.

 

 

4. You are their favorite place to be.

 

Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn
Breaking Cat News by Georgia Dunn

  

While at times they may show differently, cats truly love to be around their humans. Your lap, computer, book or whatever else you may be holding is their preferred spot.

 

 

PSSST! Order “Breaking Cat News: Cats Reporting on the News that Matters to Cats” by Georgia Dunn here. Expect hilarious, relevant news coverage through the eyes of three adorable cats.



Now, shower your cat with love right meow! It’s their day! And remember: No cat belongs on a leash.

 

Four Eyes by Gemma Correll
Four Eyes by Gemma Correll

 


Happy Hug Your Cat Day!

 





Hey, Batter Batter — It’s Baseball Season!

Summer is almost upon us and baseball season is in full swing! (Pun 100% intended.)

 

As you may know, the GoComics HQ is based in Kansas City, making us positively batty for baseball. (Sorry, not sorry.)


As America’s favorite pastime, baseball occupies a special place in the funny pages. Perhaps the best-known example is the recurring joke of Charlie Brown’s perpetually beleaguered backyard team.

 

Peanuts by Charles Schulz
Peanuts by Charles Schulz

 

Baseball is such an integral part of the Peanuts canon that we’ve assembled an entire collection of baseball-related Peanuts comics!

 

The characters of Big Nate also spend a lot of time on the diamond, playing for their Little League team … and occasionally just hanging out.

 

Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce
Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce

 

Read more Big Nate baseball adventures here!

 

If you’re still craving baseball comics, don’t worry! We have ANOTHER collection featuring comic strips from a ton of different comics!

 

Baldo by Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos
Baldo by Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos

 

Did we miss some of your favorite baseball-themed comics? Share them in the comments so we can add them to the collection!


Have a happy baseball season, sports fans!





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