List of newspaper comic strips M-Z


List of newspaper comic strips M-Z

"Parent article:" List of comic strips; "Siblings:" A-L • M-Z

M

*"M" (2002- ) by Mads Eriksen (Norway)
*"Maakies" (1995?- ) by Tony Millionaire (USA)
*"Mac Divot" (1955-1971) by Jordan Lansky and Mel Keefer (USA)
*"Madam and Eve" (1992-) by Stephen Francis and Rico Schacherl (South Africa)
*"Mafalda" (1964-1973) by Quino (Joaquin Lavado) (Argentina)
*"Maggie and Jiggs" (see "Bringing Up Father")
*"Maintaining" (2007- ) by Nate Creekmore (USA)
*"Male Call" (1943-1946) by Milton Caniff (USA)
*"Mallard Fillmore" (1994- ) by Bruce Tinsley (USA)
*"Mandrake the Magician" (1934-) originally by Phil Davis and Lee Falk (USA)
*"Mark Trail" (1946- ) originally by Ed Dodd (USA)
*"Marmaduke" (1954- ) originally by Phil Leeming and Brad Anderson (USA)
*"Marvin" (1982- ) by Tom Armstrong (USA)
*"Mary Perkins, On Stage" (1957-1979) by Leonard Starr (USA)
*"Mary Worth" (1938- ), originally by Allen Saunders and Ken Ernst (USA)
*"Max l'explorateur" (1954-2003) by Bara (Guy Herzog) (Belgium/France)
*"Maw Green" (1938-1973) by Harold Gray (USA)
*"McCobber & Friends" (1983- ) by Bob Zahn
*"The Meaning of Lila" (2004- ) by John Forgetta (USA)
*"Medal of Honor" (1946-1961) by Arthur S. Clarke
*"Medical Laughs" (1985- ) by various contributors
*"Meg!" by Greg Curfman (USA)
*"Megatokyo" (2000- ) by Fred Gallagher and Rodney Caston (USA) - "webcomic"
*"Memories of a Former Kid" (1986- ) by Bob Artley
*"Men Who Made the World" (1925-1947) originally by Chester Sullivan and Granville E. Dickey, and later Eliot Shoring
*"Merely Margy" (1930-1935) by John Held Jr. (USA)
*"Merry Menagerie" (1947-1961) nominally by Walt Disney (USA)
*"Mescal Ike" (1928-1939) by S. L. Huntley and later A. W. Brewerton
*"Mickey Finn" (1936-1977) originally by Lank Leonard (USA)
*"Mickey Mouse" (1930-?) nominally by Walt Disney, originally by Disney and Ub Iwerks (USA)
*"The Middles" (1944-1955) originally by Bob Karp, and later Lynn Karp
*"The Middletons" (1989- ) by Ralph Dunagin and Dana Summers (USA)
*"Mikrokivikausi" (1984-) by Harri Vaalio (Finland)
*"Miles to Go" by Phil Frank
*"Minimum Security" (1999- ) by Stephanie McMillan (USA)
*"Minute Movies" (1917-1936), first titled "Midget Movies", by Ed Wheelan (USA)
*"Miss Malaprop" (1983-1992) by W. Carouge
*"Miss Peach" (1957-2002) by Mel Lazarus (USA)
*"Mister Boffo" (1986- ) by Joe Martin (USA)
*"Mister Breger" (1945-1969) by David Breger
*"Mister Mačak" by Darko Macan and Robert Solanović (Croatia)
*"Mr.DiploMat!" (2007-) by Cem Kızıltuğ | Today's Zaman Daily Newspaper (Turkey)
*"Mr. Jack" (1902-1935) by James Swinnerton (USA)
*"Mr. Lowe" (2000-2001) by Mark Pett (USA)
*"Mr. Tweedy" (1954-1988) by Ned Riddle (USA)
*"Mrs. Fitz" (1961-1972) by Frank Roberge
*"Moco" (see "Pepe")
*"Moderately Confused" (2003- ) by Jeff Stahler
*"Modest Maidens" (1930-1961) by Don Flowers and later Alan Jay
*"Modesty Blaise" (1963-2000) originally by Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway (UK)
*"Momma" (1970- ) by Mel Lazarus (USA)
*"Mônica" (1961?- ) by Mauricio de Sousa (Brazil)
*"Mona" (1954-1969) not attributed
*"Monkeyhouse" by Pat Byrnes
*"Monty" (1985- ), first titled "Robotman", by Jim Meddick (USA)
*"Moomin" (1954-1975) by Tove and Lars Jansson (Finland)
*"Moon Mullins" (1923-1991) originally by Frank Willard (USA)
*"Moonbeam and Friends (1994- ) by Marea Chechers (USA)
*"Moose and Molly" (1965- ), also titled "Moose" and "Moose Miller", by Bob Weber Sr. (USA)
*"Mopsy" (1954-1969) by Gladys Parker
*"Mortadelo y Filemón" (1965- ), by Francisco Ibañez (España)
*"Mostly Malarky" (1946-1966) by Wally Carson
*"Mother Goose and Grimm" (1984- ) by Mike Peters (USA)
*"Motley's Crew" (1976-circa 2000) by Ben Templeton and Tom Forman (USA)
*"The Mountain Boys" (1936-1940, 1956-1972) by Paul H. Webb
*"Moving Picture Funnies" (1927-1939) by F. W. Clark and later Robert Clark and Zack Mosley
*"Mr. Abernathy" (1957-circa 1994) by Bud Jones, and later Frank Ridgeway
*"Mr. and Mrs." (1924-1963) by Clare Briggs and later Arthur Hamilton Folwell, Ellison Hoover, Frank Fogarty, and Kin Platt
*"Mr. Merryweather" (1951-1972) by Dick Turner
*"Muggs and Skeeter" (1937-1973) by Wally Bishop
*"Muldoon" (1983- ) by Bob Meyer
*"Murphy's Law" (1979-1989) by Nick Frising
*"Mutt and Jeff" (1907-1982), first titled "A. Mutt", originally by Bud Fisher (USA)
*"Mutts" (1994- ) by Patrick McDonnell (USA)
*"My Cage" (2007- ) by Melissa DeJesus and Ed Power
*"My Children" (1983-1993) various creators
*"My Family" (1983-1994) various creators

N

*"Nancy" (1922- ), first titled "Fritzi Ritz", originally by Ernie Bushmiller (USA)
*"Napolean" (1979- ) by Foster Moore
*"Napoleon" (1932-1961), first titled "Napoleon and Uncle Elby", originally by Clifford McBride (USA)
*"Natural Selection" by Russ Wallace (USA)
*"The Nebbishes" (1954-1960) by Herb Gardner (USA)
*"The Nebbs" (1923-1954) by Sol Hess (USA)
*"Ned Brant" (1930-1947) first titled "Ned Brant at Carter", originally by Bob Zuppke
*"The Neighborhood" (1981-1990) by Jerry Van Amerongen
*"Neighborly Neighbors" (1931-1954) by Oscar Hitt, and later Milt Morris
*"The Neighbors" (1939-1976) by George Clark (USA)
*"Nemi" (1997- ) by Lise Myhre (Norway)
*"Nendaiki" (2006-) a webcomic (USA)
*"Nero" (1947-2001), first titled "De avonturen van detektief Van Zwam", by Marc Sleen (Belgium)
*"Nero Wolfe" (1956-1972) nominally by Rex Stout, originally by John Broome and Mike Roy (USA)
*"The New Breed" by various artists (USA)
*"The Newlyweds" (1904-1918, 1944-1956), later titled "Their Only Child" and "Snookums" by George McManus (USA)
*"Nicodemus O’Malley" (1930-1941) by Ad Carter
*"Nicky Saxx" (2002-2008) by Minck Oosterveer and Willem Ritstier (Netherlands)
*"Nize Baby" (1927-1929) by Milt Gross (USA)
*"Noah Numbskull" (1927-1967) originally by Lee W. Stanley
*"Non Sequitur" (1992- ) by Wiley Miller (USA)
*"Noozie, the Sunshine Kid" (1928-1955) by various creators
*"Norb" (1989-1990) by Daniel Pinkwater and Tony Auth (USA)
*"Norbert" (1974-1984) by George Fett
*"The Norm" (1996- ) by Michael Jantze (USA)
*"North of Here" by E.G. Cummins
*"Nothing But the Truth" (1952-1978) by Russ Brown and later Russ Arnold
*"Nubbin" (1958-1986) by George Crenshaw and Jim Burnett
*"Nut Bros." (1945-1964) by various creators, including Bill Braucher and Bill Freyse
*"Nuts & Jolts" (1939-1970) by Bill Holman
*"Nutty Nature" (1983- ) by Fallon and Pracy

O

*"Oaky Doaks" (1935-1961) by Ralph Briggs Fuller (USA)
*"The OC Bunch" (2005- ) by Frederick I. (USA)
*"Odd Ball" (1983-1993) by John Kuchera
*"Odd Bodkins" (1964-1970) by Dan O'Neill (USA)
*"Oddities of Nature" (1947-1961) by Chuck Thorndyke
*"Off Main Street" (1951-1961) by Joe Dennett
*"Off the Leash" (1985-1994) by Bill Park
*"Off the Mark" (1987- ) by Mark Parisi (USA)
*"Off the Record" (1935-1984) by Carl Kuhn and later Ed Reed
*"Office Hours" (1960-1974) by Cy Olson
*"Oh, Diana!" (1933-1953) by Don Flowers, and later Bill Champe, Virginia Clark, Wood Cowan, Phil Berube, and Vernon Rieck
*"Old Doc Yak" (1908-1917), first titled "Buck Nix", by Sidney Smith (USA)
*"Old Glory" (1953-1965) by Athena Robbins and Rick Fletcher
*"The Old Home Town" (1921-1948) by Lee W. Stanley
*"Old Master Q" (1962-?) by Alfonso Wong (Hong Kong)
*"O'Neill" (1983-1985) by Dan O'Neill (continued as a webcomic) (USA)
*"One Hair!" (2004- ) by James Dockter (USA)
*"On Stage" (see "Mary Perkins, On Stage")
*"On A Claire Day" (2006- ) by Henry Beckett and Carla Ventresca (USA)
*"On the Fastrack" (1984- ) by Bill Holbrook (USA)
*"On the Rocks" (1972?- ) by Ken Emerson (Australia)
*"One Big Happy" (1988- ) by Rick Detorie (USA)
*"Oor Wullie" (1936- ) by Dudley D. Watkins and others (Scotland)
*"O Pato" (1966-1986) by Ciça (Cecília Vicente de Azevedo Alves Pinto) (Brazil)
*"Opus" (2003- ) by Berkeley Breathed (USA)
*"The Order of the Stick" (2003-) by Rich Burlew (USA)
*"The Other Coast" by Adrian Raeside
*"Otis" (1951-1962) by Rolfe
*"Ottifanten" (1987- ) by Otto Waalkes and Ully Arndt (Germany)
*"Our Ancestors" by Quincy
*"Our Boarding House" (1923-1981) by Gene Ahern, and later Bill Zaboly, Wood Cowan, Bill Braucher, Bill Freyse, Jim Branagan and Tom McCormick (USA)
*"Our Parish" (1959-1979) by Peg O’Connell and later Margaret Ahern and others
*"Outcasts" (1976-1992) by Ben Wicks
*"Outland" (1989-1995) by Berkeley Breathed (USA)
*"Out of Bounds" (1986- ) by Don Wilder and Bill Rechin (USA)
*"Out of Orbit" (1968-1979) by Herc Ficklen
*"Out Our Way" (1921-1977) by J. R. Williams, and later Neg Cochran, Walt Wetterberg, Paul Gringle, and Ed Sullivan (USA)
*"Overboard" (1990- ) by Chip Dunham (USA)
*"Over the Hedge" (1995?- ) by Michael Fry and T. Lewis (USA)
*"Ox Tales" (1980- ) original title "Boes", by Wil Raymakers and Thijs Wilms (Netherlands)
*"Ozark Ike" (1945-1959) originally by Ray Gotto (USA)

P

*"The Pajama Diaries" (2006- ) by Terri Libenson (USA)
*"Pam" (1929-1942) by A. W. Brewerton and later S. L. Huntley
*"Pardon my Planet" (1996- ), first titled "I Need Help", by Vic Lee (USA)
*"Pa's Son-in-Law" (1924-1941) by Charles H. Wellington
*"Pavlov" (1979- ) by Ted Martin
*"PC & Pixel" (1950- ) by Tak Bui (CAN)
*"Peanuts" (1950-2000) by Charles M. Schulz (USA)
*"Pearls Before Swine" (1999- ) by Stephan Pastis (USA)
*"Pee Wee" (1938-1986) nominally by Jerry Iger
*"Peggy" (1946-1960) by Chuck Thurston, and later Art Sansom, Marilyn Troyer, and Elmarine Howard
*"Penmen" (1996- ) by Gary Blehm (USA) - "webcomic" since 2001
*"Penny" (1943-1970) by Harry Haenigsen (USA)
*"Penny Arcade" (1998- ) by Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik - "webcomic"
*"Pepe" (1953-1986) original title "Alfredo", by Moco (Jørgen Mogensen and Siegfried "Cosper" Cornelius) (Denmark)
*"The Perishers" (1958-2006) originally by Dennis Collins and Maurice Dodd (UK)
*"Perkins" (1969-1980) by John Miles
*"Perry Mason" (1950-1952) by Mel Keefer and Charles Lofgren (USA)
*"Peter Panic" (1973- ) by Lo Linkert
*"Peter Piltdown" (1935-1946) by Mel Eaton
*"Peter Rabbit" (1924-1955) by Harrison Cady, and others later, including Vincent Fago
*"Peter Scratch" (1965-1967) by Lou Fine (USA)
*"Pete the Tramp" (1933-1963) by C. D. Russell
*"The Phantom" (1936- ) originally by Lee Falk and Ray Moore (USA)
*"Phillip's Flock" (1968-1985) by Doc Goodwin
*"Phoebe's Place" (1990-1991) by Bill Schorr (USA)
*"Pickles" (1990- ) by Brian Crane (USA)
*"Pic-Trix" by (1947-1958) by Morrie Brickman
*"Pier-Oddities" (1953-1962) by Johnny Pierotti
*"Pip, Squeak and Wilfred" (1919-1955) by Bertram Lamb and Austin Payne (UK)
*"The Piranha Club" (1987- ), first titled "Ernie", by Bud Grace (USA)
*"PIXies" (1966-1987) by Jack Wohl
*"Play-Funnies" (1963-1973) not attributed initially, later by Becky
*"Pluggers" (1993- ) by Gary Brookins; originally by Jeff MacNelly (USA)
*"Pocket Cartoons" (1946-1957) by Ajay, Cull, Churchill, Phillips, and later Bert Lancaster
*"Poeten og Lillemor" (1950-2004) by Jørgen Mogensen (Denmark)
*"Pogo (comics)" (1948-1975, 1989-1993) originally by Walt Kelly (USA)
*"Pokey the Penguin" - "webcomic"
*"Polly and Her Pals" (1912-1958), first titled "Positive Polly", by Cliff Sterrett (USA)
*"Pondus" (1996- ) by Frode Øverli (Norway)
*"Ponytail" (1961-1988) by Lee Holley
*"Pooch Café" (2001- ) by Paul Gilligan (Canada)
*"Poor Arnold's Almanac" (1959-61, 1989-90) by Arnold Roth (USA)
*"Poor Pa" (1927-1955) by Claude Callan and later Robert Quillen
*"Pop" (1921-1960) originally by John Millar Watt (UK)
*"Popeye" ("Thimble Theatre") (1929- ) originally by E.C. Segar (USA)
*"Pops" (1962-1978) by George Wolfe
*"Pop's Place" (1986-2001) by Sam C. Rawls
*"Pot-Shots" (1975- ) by Ashleigh Brilliant
*"The Potts" (1920- ), first titled "You and Me", originally by Stan Cross (Australia)
*"Pottsy" (1958-1972) by Jay Irving
*"PreTeena" (2001-2008), by Allison Barrows (USA)
*"Prickly City" (2004- ) by Scott Stantis (USA)
*"Prince Valiant" (1937- ) originally by Hal Foster (USA)
*"Priscilla's Pop" (1946-1983) by Al Vermeer, and later Edmund R. "Ed" Sullivan (USA)
*"Professor Doodle's" (1987-) by Steve Sack and Craig MacIntosh
*"Professeur Nimbus" (1934-1991) originally by André Daix (France)
*"Professor Phumble" (1960-1978) by Bill Yates
*"Professor Pi" (1959-1972) by V. T. Born and later George O. Swanson
*"Pssst" (1977- ) by J. Maddox
*"Pud" (1984- ) by Steve Nease (Canada)
*"Pugad Baboy" (1988- ) by Apolonio Medina Jr. (Philippines)
*"Punaniska" (1990s) by Harri Vaalio (Finland)
*"Pussycat Princess" (1935-1946) by Grace Drayton and Ed Anthony, and later Ruth Carroll
*"PvP" (1998- ) by Scott Kurtz - "webcomic"

Q

*"Queen of the Universe" (1990-1992) by Sam Hurt (USA)
*"Queen of Wands" (2002-2005) by Aeire - webcomic
*"Queenie" (1966-1985) by Phil Interlandi
*"Questionable Content" (2003- ) by Jeph Jacques - webcomic
*"The Quigmans" (1986- ) by Buddy Hickerson (USA)
*"Quincy" (1970-1986) by Ted Shearer (USA)
*"Quirksmith" (2006-) by Grant Woolard - webcomic

R

*"Radio Patrol" (1934-1950) by Charlie Schmidt and Ed Sullivan
*"Radio Raymond" (1924) by V. R. Shoemaker
*"Raising Duncan" (2000-2005) by Chris Browne (USA)
*"Rasmus Klump" (1951-1992) in English entitled "Bruin" and "Barnaby Bear", by C. & V. Hansen (Denmark)
*"Real Life" (1999- ) by Greg Dean (USA) - "webcomic"
*"Real Life Adventures" (1990- ) by Lance Aldrich and Gary Wise (USA)
*"Reality Check" (1995- ) by Dave Whamond (USA)
*"Red and Rover" (2000- ) by Brian Basset (USA)
*"Red Knight" (1940-1943) by John Welch and Jack McGuire (USA)
*"Red Meat" (1989- ) by Max Cannon (USA)
*"Red Oasis" (2007-) by Multiple Authors (USA)
*"Red Ryder" (1938-1964) by Fred Harman (USA)
*"Redeye" (1967-2008) by Gordon Bess, and later Bill Yates and Mel Casson (USA)
*"Reg'lar Fellers" (1917-1949) by Gene Byrnes (USA)
*"Retail" (2006- ) by Norm Feuti (USA)
*"Rex Morgan, M.D." (1948- ) created by Nicholas P. Dallis (USA)
*"Rhymes With Orange" (1994- ) by Hilary Price (USA)
*"Ribbons and Haywire" by Steve Carpenter
*"Rick Kane -- Space Marshall" (1951) by Walter Gibson and Elmer Stoner (USA)
*"Rick O'Shay" (1958-1981) originally by Stan Lynde (USA)
*"Right Around Home" (1938-1964), later entitled "Right Around Home with Myrtle", by Dudley Fisher, and later Bob Vittur
*"Rip Kirby" (1946-1999) originally by Alex Raymond (USA)
*"Ripley's Believe It or Not" (1918-) originally by Robert Ripley (USA)
*"Rip Tide" (1959-1970) by Grandetti and Ed Herron
*"Rivets" (1953-1988) by George Sixta
*"Robotman" (see "Monty")
*"Rocky" (1998- ) by Martin Kellerman (Sweden)
*"De Rode Ridder" (1959- ) by Willy Vandersteen (Belgium)
*"Romeo Brown" (?-1962) by Jim Holdaway (UK)
*"Romulus of Rome" (1961-1963) by Mike Wong and J. P. Cahn (USA)
*"Ronaldinho Gaucho" (2006- ) by Mauricio de Sousa (Brazil)
*"Room and Board" (1936-1958) by Gene Ahern (USA)
*"Rose Is Rose" (1983- ) by Pat Brady (USA)
*"Rosie's Beau" (1930-1943) by George McManus
*"Roy Rogers" (1949-1961) by Charles McKimson (USA)
*"Rubes" (1986- ) by Leigh Rubin
*"Rudy" (1983-1985) by William Overgard (USA)
*"Rudy Park" (2001- ) by Darrin Bell and Theron Heir (USA)
*"Ruggles" (1935-1957) by Steve Dowling (UK)
*"Rugrats" (2000-2005) normally by Nickelodeon (USA)
*"Running on Empty" (2003- ) by Dan Beadle (USA)
*"Rupert Bear" (1920- ) originally by Mary Tourtel (UK)
*"Rural Delivery" (1951- ) by Paul Gringle, and later Al Smith
*"Rural Route" (1959-1967, 1979) by Walter Neil Ball
*"Rusty Riley" (1948-1959) by Frank Godwin and later Rod Reed
*"The Ryatts" (1955-1994) by Cal Alley and later Jack Elrod (USA)

S

*"Sabrina Online" (1996- ) by Eric W. Schwartz - "webcomic"
*"Sad Sack" (1946-1958) by George Baker
*"Safe Havens" (1988- ) by Bill Holbrook (USA)
*"The Saint" (1948-1962) originally by "Leslie Charteris" (Edith Meiser} and Mike Roy (USA)
*"Salesman Sam" (1925-1936) by George O. Swanson, and later Charles D. Small and Gladys Parker
*"Sally Bananas" (1969-1973) by Charles Barsotti (USA)
*"Sally Forth" (1968-1974) by Wally Wood (USA)
*"Sally Forth" (1982- ) by Francesco Marciuliano and Craig MacIntosh; originally by Greg Howard (USA)
*"Sally's Sallies" (1927-1966) by R. J. Scott
*"Salt Chuck" (1988- ) by Chuck Sharman
*"Sam and Fuzzy" (2002- ) by Sam Logan - "webcomic"
*"Sam and Silo" (1977- ) by Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker (USA)
*"Sam's Strip" (1961-1963) by Jerry Dumas and Mort Walker (USA)
*"Sandy" (1962-1989) by June Unwin, and later George W. Crane and Jim Unwin
*"Sappo" (1924-1945) by E.C. Segar, and later Tom Sims and Bill Zaboly
*"Savvie and Lacey" - "webcomic"
*"Sazae-san" (1946-1974) by Machiko Hasegawa (Japan)
*"Scamp" (1956-1987) nominally by Walt Disney (USA)
*"Scarth A.D. 2195 (1969-circa 1974) by Luis Roca and Jo Addams (UK)
*"Scary Go Round" (2002-) by John Allison (UK) - "webcomic"
*"School Days" (1917-1932) by Clare Victor Dwiggins (USA)
*"Scorchy Smith" (1930-1961) originally by John Terry (USA)
*"Scorer" (1989- ) by Barrie Tomlinson, David Sque and David Pugh (UK)
*"Scroll of Fame" (1951-1961) by Arthur S. Curtis
*"Scroogie" (1975-1976) by Tug McGraw and Mike Witte (USA)
*"Second Chances" (1997-2000) by Jeff Millar and Bill Hinds (USA)
*"Secret Agent X-9" (1934-1996), also titled "Secret Agent Corrigan", originally by Dashiell Hammett and Alex Raymond (USA)
*"Secret Asian Man" (2007- ) by Tak Toyoshima (USA)
*"The Seekers" (1966-1971) by John M. Burns, Les Lilley, Phillip Douglas and Dick O’Neil (UK)
*"Selling Short" (1975-1987) by Don Raden and Ken Ross
*"Senator Caucus" (1959-1968) by George Levine, and later Pete Wyma
*"Sennin Buraku" (1956- ) by Kō Kojima (Japan)
*"Sentinel Louie" (1934-1943) by Otto Soglow
*"Seventeen" (1956-1973) by Arthur Erenberg and Bernie Lansky
*"Sherlock Holmes" (1954-1955) by Edith Meiser and Frank Giacoia (USA).
*"Sherman's Alley" (1992-1996) by Toby Gibbs and Jerry Voigt (USA).
*"Sherman's Lagoon" (1991- ) by Jim Toomey (USA)
*"Shirley and Son" (2000-2003) by Jerry Bittle (USA)
*"Shoe" (1977- ) originally by Jeff MacNelly (USA)
*"Short Ribs" (1958-1982) by Frank O'Neal, and later Frank Hill (USA)
*"Sibling Revelry" by Man Martin (USA)
*"Side Glances" (1930-1985) by George Clark
*"Sign-O-Rama" (1970-1979) by M. W. Martin
*"Silent Sam" (1920-1945) originally "Adamson", by Oscar Jacobsson (Sweden)
*"Silly Philly" (1947-1960) by Bil Keane (USA)
*"Silly Symphonies" (1932-1945) originally by Earl Duvall (USA)
*"Sinfest" (2000- ) by Tatsuya Ishida - "webcomic"
*"Single and Looking", formerly "Out of the Gene Pool" (2002-2008) by Matt Janz (USA)
*"Single Slices" (1987-2001) by Peter Kohlsaat (USA)
*"Sir Bagby" (1959-1965) by Rick Hackney and Bill Hackney (USA)
*"Six Chix" (2000- ) by Isabella Bannerman, Margaret Shulock, Rina Piccolo, Anne Gibbons, Kathryn LeMieux, and Stephanie Piro (USA)
*"Skeets" (1932-1951) by Dow O. Walling
*"Skippy" (1923-1945) by Percy Crosby (USA)
*"Sky Masters" (1958-1961) by Jack Kirby, Wally Wood, and Dick & Dave Wood (USA)
*"Skyroads" (1930-1943) by Lester J. Maitland, and later Dick Calkins, Russell Keaton, and William Winston
*"Slim Jim" (1924-1942) by Stanley E. Armstrong and others later
*"Slow Wave" (1995- ) by Jesse Reklaw (USA)
*"Slowpoke" (1998- ) by Jen Sorensen (USA)
*"Sluggy Freelance" (1997- ) by Pete Abrams - "webcomic"
*"Slylock Fox" (1987- ) by Bob Weber Jr. (USA)
*"Small Fry Diary" (1961-1975) by Nonnee Coan
*"the small society" (1966- ) by Morrie Brickman and later Bill Yates
*"Small Talk" (1955-1964) by Samuel R. Gornbein; (1972) by Becky; (1983- ) by Allen H. Kelly, Jr.
*"Smart Alex" (1995-1996) by Charlie Podrebarac (USA)
*"Smart Chart" (1970-1983) by Herb Stansbury
*"S'Matter Pop?" (1910-1940) by Charles M. Payne (USA)
*"Smidgens" (1962-1974) by Bob Cordray (USA)
*"Smiles" (1924-1939) by Frank Chapman and various others later
*"Smilin' Jack" (1933-1973) by Zack Mosley (USA)
*"The Smith Family" (1951-1994) by Virginia Smith, George Smith, and later Robert Baldwin
*"Smitty" (1922-1973) by Walter Berndt (USA)
*"Smokey Stover" (1935-1973) by Bill Holman (USA)
*"SNAFU" (see "Beattie Blvd.")
*"Snake Tales" (1974- ) by Sols (Allan Salisbury) (Australia)
*"Sniffy" (1964-1973) by George Fett
*"Snoodles" (1913-1925) by Cy Hungerford
*"Snoopy" (see "Peanuts")
*"Snuffy Smith" (see "Barney Google")
*"Somebody's Stenog" (1924-1940) by A. E. Hayward, and later Ray Thompson, various others, and Sam Nichols
*"Something Positive" (2001- ) by R. K. Milholland - "webcomic"
*"Sonny Boy" (1982- ) by Bill Murray (www.billmurrays.com)
*"Sonny South" (1953-1972) by Court Alderson
*"Sonnysayings" (1926-1939) by Fanny Y. Cory
*"The Sons of Liberty" (1975- ) by Richard Lynn
*"Soup to Nutz" (2000- ) by Rick Stromoski (USA)
*"Sovereign State of Affairs" (1976- ) by Wood and R. David Boyd
*"Space Moose" (1989-1999) by Mustafa Al-Habib (pen name) (Canada)
*"The Spacers" (1978-1992) by Emil V. Abrahamian
*"Sparks" (1952-1967) by Willis Forbes
*"Speed Bump" (1994- ) by Dave Coverly (USA)
*"Speed Walker, Private Eye" (1972?-?) by Cris Hammond (USA)
*"Spider-Man" ("The Amazing Spider-man") (1977- ) by Stan Lee and Larry Lieber (USA)
*"The Spirit" (1940-1952) by Will Eisner (USA)
*"Spooky" (1935-1971) by Bill Holman
*"Spooner" (2000-2002) by Ted Dawson (USA)
*"Sports Cartoon" (1940-1967) by Tom Paprocki
*"The Sports File" (1978- ) by Emil V. Abrahamian
*"Spot the Frog" (2004-2008) by Mark Heath (USA)
*"Squeegee" (1980- ) by Ken Muse
*"Stacy" (1981- ) by Randy Bisson
*"Stampede" (1974- ) by Jerry Palen
*"Star Hawks" (1977-1981) originally by Gil Kane and Ron Goulart (USA)
*"Star Trek" (1979-1982) originally by Thomas Warkentin (USA)
*"Star Wars" (1979-1984) originally by Russ Manning (USA)
*"Stark Impressions" by Bruce Stark (USA)
*"Statsministeren" (1982- ) by Carsten Graabaek (Denmark)
*"Stees Sees" (1958-1969) by John Stees
*"Steve Canyon" (1947-1988) by Milton Caniff (USA)
*"Steve Roper and Mike Nomad" (1936-2004), first titled "Big Chief Wahoo", originally by Allen Saunders and Elmer Woggon (USA)
*"Still Life" by Jerry Robinson (USA)
*"Stoker the Broker" (1960- ) by Henry Boltinoff (USA)
*"Stone Soup" (1995- ) by Jan Eliot (USA)
*"The Story of Martha Wayne" (1953-1962) by Wilson Scruggs
*"Strange As It Seems" (1928-1970) by John Hix, and later Ernest Hix, Elsie Hix, Ernest Hix Jr., and Phyllis Hix
*"Strange Brew" by John Deering
*"The Strange World of Mr. Mum" (1958-1970) by Irving Phillips
*"Strictly Business" (1952-1967) by Dale McFeatters
*"Strictly Richter" (1945-1963) by Mischa Richter
*" [http://www.striker3d.net Striker 3D] (The Sun newspaper) - by Pete Nash (1985-) (UK)
*"Striptease" (2000-) by Chris Daily
*"Strizz" (2002- ) by Volker Reiche (Germany)
*"Student Ghetto" (1996-2000) by Adam Miller (USA)
*"Stumpy Stumbler" (1983- ) by Emil V. Abrahamian
*"Sturmtruppen" (1969-1995) originally by Bonvi (Franco Bonvicini) (Italy)
*"Suburbia" (1976-1985) by Don Raden
*"Such Is Life" (1928-1939) by Walt Munson, and later Charles Sughroe, Bo Brown, and Kemp Starrett
*"Sue to Lou" (1928-1938) by Clarence R. Gettier
*"Sugar" (1949-1961) by Jack Fitch; (1975- ) by Robert L. Gill
*"Sunday Laughs Male Cartoons" (1980-1993) by Paul Swede
*"Sunflower Street" (1935-1949) by Tom Little and Tom Sims
*"Sunny Sue" (1950-1961) by Edna Markham and later Jack Fitch
*"The Sunshine Club" (2003- ) by Howie Schneider (USA)
*"Superman" (1939-1967, 1977-1983) originally by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster (USA)
*"Supermegatopia" by Brian Burke and Stuart Burke - "webcomic"
*"Supernatural Law" (1979- ), originally "Wolff and Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre", by Batton Lash.
*"Susie Q. Smith" (1945-1959) by Linda Walter and Jerry Walter
*"Suske en Wiske" (1945- ), titled "Spike and Suzy" or "Willy and Wanda" in English, originally by Willy Vandersteen (Belgium)
*"Suzie View" (2004- ) by Tauhid Bondia and Erik McCurdy - "webcomic"
*"Swamp" (1981-) by Gary Clark (Australia)
*"Swamp Brats" (1981- ) by Warren Sattler
*"Sweeney and Son" (1934-1960) by Al Posen
*"Sweetie Pie" (1954-1967) by Nadine Seltzer
*"Sydney" (1985-1986) by Scott Stantis (USA)
*"Sykes’ Cartoons" (1925-1941) by Bill Sykes
*"Sylvia" (1978- ) by Nicole Hollander (USA)

T

*"Tailspin Tommy" (1928-1942) by Glen Chaffin and Hal Forrest (USA)
*"Tales from the Great Book" (1954-1971) by John Lehti
*"Tales of the Green Beret" (1965-1968) originally by Robin Moore, Joe Kubert, and Howard Liss (USA)
*"Tank McNamara" (1974- ) by Jeff Millar and Bill Hinds (USA)
*"Tarzan" (1929- ) originally by Hal Foster, later by Burne Hogarth, Russ Manning, and others (USA)
*"Tee Vee Laughs" (1975-1985), also known as "TV Laffs", by Cliff Rogerson and others
*"Teech" (1983- ) by Aaron Bacall
*"Teena" (1945-1963) by Hilda Terry
*"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (1990-1997) (USA)
*"The Teenie Weenies" (1924, 1934, 1941-1970) by William Donahey
*"The Tenderloiner" (1947-1961) by Jack Fitch
*"Terry and the Pirates" (1934-1973) originally by Milton Caniff (USA); (1995) by Michael Uslan and the Brothers Hildebrandt
*"Tex Benson" (1980-1989) originally by Chuck Roblin
*"Texas Slim and Dirty Dalton" (1925-1958) by Ferd Johnson (USA)
*"Thatch" (1994-1998) by Jeff Shesol (USA)
*"That Little Game" (1917-1927) by Bert Link
*"That’ll Be the Day" (1951-1962) by Fritz Wilkinson
*"That's Jake" (1986-ended) by Jake Vest
*"That's Life" (1999-2005) by Mark Twohy (USA)
*"Then - Now" (1952-1971) by Fred Fox
*"Theophilus" (1966-2002) by Bob West (USA)
*"There Oughta Be a Law" (1944-1984) by Al Fagaly and Harry Shorten, and later Frank Booth, Warren Whipple and Mort Goldberg (USA)
*"These Women" (1946-1963) by Gregory D’Alessio
*"They'll Do It Every Time" (1929-2008) originally by Jimmy Hatlo (USA)
*"Thimble Theatre" (1919-1966), also titled "Thimble Theatre starring Popeye ", by E. C. Segar (USA)
*"Things to Come" (1942-1954) by Hank Barrow and later Jim Bresnan
*"This and That" (1945-1958) by various creators including Henry Boltinoff
*"This Curious World" (1931-1951) by William Ferguson and later George Clark
*"This Funny World" (1945-1985) not attributed
*"This Is Sport?" (1958-1978) by Court Alderson
*"This Modern World" (1990- ) by Tom Tomorrow (USA)
*"Those Browns" (1976- ) by Bill Murray (www.billmurrays.com)
*"Those Were the Days" (1951-1983) by Art Beeman
*"Tickle Box" (1974-1994) by Ted Trogdon
*"Ticklers" (1945-1960) by George Scarbo
*"Tiffany Jones" (1964-1972) by Pat Tourret and Jenny Butterworth (UK)
*"Tiger" (1965-2003) by Bud Blake (USA)
*"The Tillers" (1945-1960) by Les Carroll
*"Tillie the Toiler" (1921-1959) by Russ Westover and later Bob Gustafson (USA)
*"Timbertoes" (1946- ) by John Gee (cartoonist) by Marileta Robinson and Judith Hunt (1992-2002)
*"Time Out!" (1937-1984) by Chet Smith, and later Jeff Keate
*"The Timid Soul" (1924-1953) by H. T. Webster (USA)
*"Timmy" (1948-1960) by Howard Sparber
*"Tim Tyler's Luck" (1928-1996) by Lyman Young (USA)
*"Tina" (1983-1994) by D. Lucas
*"Tina's Groove" by Rina Piccolo (Canada-USA)
*"Tintin" (see "The Adventures of Tintin")
*"Tiny Sepuku" (1997- ) by Ken Cursoe (USA)
*"Tiny Tim" (1932-1957) by Stanley Link
*"Tippie" [see "Cap Stubbs and Tippie"]
*"Tizzy" by Kate Osann
*"Toadstools" (1983-1992) by Leonard Bruce and Charles Durck
*"TOBY, Robot Satan" (2008- ) by Corey Pandolph
*"Today's Laugh" (1948-1973) by Tom Henderson and William King, and later Jeff Machamer, Frank Owen, Rodney de Sarro, Reamer Keller, Jeff Keate, Cathy Joachim, Bill Yates, Joe Zeis, and Betty Swords
*"Today's World" (1932-1957) by David Brown
*"Todd the Dinosaur" (2001- ) by Patrick Roberts
*"Tom Corbett — Space Cadet" (1951-1953) by Ray Bailey (USA)
*"Tom Puss" (Dutch original "Tom Poes") (1941-1986) by Marten Toonder (Netherlands)
*"Tom the Dancing Bug" (1990- ) by Ruben Bolling (USA)
*"Tom Trick" (1951-1969) by Dale Goss, and later Stan Maays and Mary Goss
*"The Toodles" (1945-1961) by Betsy Baer and Stanley F. Baer
*"Toonerville Folks" (1908-1955) by Fontaine Fox (sometimes called "Toonerville Trolley") (USA)
*"Toots and Casper" (1918-1956) by Jimmy Murphy (USA)
*"Touché" (1991- ) by Thomas Körner (Germany)
*"Traveling Light" (1959-1968) by Bob Sloane, Jim Weakley, and Shirley Sloane, and later Ron Butler and Peter Porges
*"The Trendy's" (1983- ) by Jim Horan
*"Trevor!" by Piper and Lee (Australia)
*"Triangle and Robert" (1999-2007) by Patrick Shaughnessy - "webcomic"
*"The Tricky Ones" (1983-1993) by Magila
*"Trim's Arena" (1973-1983) by Hal Trim and later Wayne Stayskal
*"Triple Take" (2005-2007) by Todd Clark and Scott Nickel
*"Troubletown" (1988- ) by Lloyd Dangle (USA)
*"Trudy" (1963-2005) by Jerry Marcus (USA)
*"True Life Adventures" (1955-1971) nominally by Walt Disney
*"Tuffy" (1932-1957) by Syd Hoff
*"Tug Transom" by Peter O'Donnell and Alfred Sindall (UK)
*"Tumbleweeds" (1965-2007) by Tom K. Ryan (USA)
*"Tundra" (1992- ) by Chad Carpenter
*"The Turners" (2004-) by Eric Turner (USA)
*"Turning Back the Times" (1947-1961) by Jack Winter
*"TV Tee-Hees" (1957-1975) by Henry Scarpelli
*"The Twin Earths" (1952-1962) by Al McWilliams and Oscar LeBeck
*"Twitch" (1973- ) by Howard Rands

U

*"Uncle Art's Funland" (1980- ) by Art Nugent, Jr.
*"Uncle Charlie" (1959-1978) by Peter Laing
*"Uncle Remus" (1945-1972) nominally by Walt Disney
*"Unshelved" (2002- ) by Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum - "webcomic"
*"The Upside-Downs of Little Lady Lovekins and Old Man Muffaroo" (1903-1905) by Gustave Verbeek (USA)
*"U.S. Acres" (1986-1989) by Jim Davis (USA)
*"User Friendly" (1997- ) by J. D. Frazer - "webcomic"

V

*"The Van Swaggers" (1930-1943) by Russ Westover
*"Varoomshka" (1969-1979) by John Kent
*"Vater und Sohn" (1934-1937) by E. O. Plauen (Erich Ohser) (Germany)
*"Vic Flint" (1945-1964) by Ralph Lane and Michael O’Malley, and later Dean Miller, Jay Heavilin, Art Sansom, and Russ Winterbotham
*"Video Cartoons" (1983- ) by various creators
*"Vignettes of Life" (1925-1960) by Frank Godwin, and later J. Norman Lynd, Leonard Starr, and Harry Weinart
*"Viivi & Wagner" (1996- ) by Jussi Tuomola (Finland)
*"Village Square" (1966- ) by Chuck Stiles
*"Virgil" (1943-1960) by Leonard Kleis

W

*"Walnut Cove" (1991-1999) by Mark Cullum (USA)
*"Walt Disney's Donald Duck" (1983- ) nominally by Walt Disney
*"Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse" (1983- ) nominally by Walt Disney
*"Walt Disney's Treasury of Classic Tales" (1949-1986) by various artists, including Jesse Marsh and Jack Kirby (USA)
*"Wapsi Square" (2001- ) by Paul "Pablo" Taylor
*"Wash Tubbs" (1924-1988) by Roy Crane, merged with "Captain Easy" in 1949 (USA)
*"Watch Your Head" (2006- ) by Cory Thomas (USA)
*"Weather Comics" (1946-1970) by George Scarbo
*"Webster Classics" (1954-1980) by H. T. Webster
*"Wee Pals" (1965- ) by Morrie Turner (USA)
*"Wee Willie Winkie's World" (1906-1907) by Lyonel Feininger (USA)
*"Wee Women" (1957-1994) by Mel Lazarus and later Jim Whiting (USA)
*"Wes Slade" (1960-1982) by George Stokes (UK)
*"When I Was Short" (1989-1992) by Michael Fry and Guy Vasilovich (USA)
*"White Boy" (1933-1936) by Garrett Price (USA)
*"Wildwood" (1999-2002) by Dan Wright and Tom Spurgeon (USA)
*"Williams Cartoons" (1928-1942) by Gluyas Williams
*"Willie and Joe" (1940-1945, special reappearance in 1988 Steve Canyon farewell) by Bill Mauldin (USA)
*"Willie Lumpkin" (1960) by Stan Lee and Dan DeCarlo (USA)
*"Willie Willis" (1925-1948) by Robert Quillen
*"Willy 'n Ethel" (1981- ) by Joe Martin (USA)
*"Will-Yum" (1953-1966) by Dave Gerard
*"Win, Lose & Draw" (1985- ) by Drew Litton
*"Winky Ryatt" (1962-1973) by Gene Fawcette, and later Cal Alley and Jack Elrod
*"Winnie the Pooh" (1978-1987) nominally by Walt Disney
*"Winnie Winkle" (1920-1996) by Martin Branner, and later Max VanBibber, Henry Raduta, J.K.S., and Frank Bolle (USA)
*"Winthrop" (1966-1993) by Dick Cavalli
*"Witty Kitty" (1929-1946) by Nina Wilcox Putnam, and later Walt Spause, L. Frank, and Carl Kuhn
*"The Wizard of Id" (1964- ) by Johnny Hart and Brant Parker (USA)
*"Wonder Woman" (1945) by Charles Moulton and H.G. Peter (USA)
*"Woody's World" (1963-1979) by John Holm, and later Bill Potter
*"Word-a-Day" (1946-1979) by Mickey Bach
*"Working Daze" written by John Zakour; illustrated by Andre Noel, then Kyle Miller
*"The World Museum" (1937) by Holling C. Holling (USA)
*"The World of Lily Wong" (1986-2001) by Larry Feign (Hong Kong)
*"The World of the Bible" (1983- ) by C. Cassel and Fred Cassel
*"The World's Greatest Superheroes" (1978-1985) originally by George Tuska, Vince Colletta, and Milton Pasko (USA)
*"Wright Angles" (1977-1990) by Larry Wright (USA)
*"Wulffmorgenthaler" by Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler (2000- ) (Denmark)

Y

*"The Yellow Kid" (see "Hogan's Alley")
*"Yenny" (1988- ) by David Alvarez (Puerto Rico)
*"Yo, Matías" (1993- ) by Fernando Sendra
*"Yogi Bear" (1961-1980) by Hanna-Barbera Productions
*"You Know Me Al" (1922-1925) by Ring Lardner (USA)
*"Young Hobby Club" by Cappy Dick

Z

*"Zack Hill" (2003- ) by John Deering and John Newcombe (USA)
*"Zanies" (1977- ) by J. Maddox
*"Ze General" (1945-1955) by Bob Leffingwell
*"Ziggy" (1971- ) by Tom Wilson (USA)
*"Zimmie" (1912-1913)
*"Zippy the Pinhead" (1976- ) by Bill Griffith (USA)
*"Zits" (1997- ) by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman (USA)

References

* Osann, Kate. "Tizzy That Lovable, Laughable, Teen-Ager." New York: Berkley Publishing Corp., 1958.
* Strickler, Dave. "Syndicated Comic Strips and Artists, 1924-1995: The Complete Index." Cambria, CA: Comics Access, 1995. ISBN 0-9700077-0-1.


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