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Wizard of Id by Parker & Hart: Enchanting audiences since 1964! | | #comics #wizards #teens | © Creators Syndicate

Thin Lines by Randy Glasbergen | | #comics #men #humor | © Randy Glasbergen

PC and Pixel by Tak Bui | | #comics #humior #lol | © Tak Bui

NEUROTICA by Allison Garwood: NEUROTICA aptly (and inventively) names the state of mind of the heroine of this charmingly high-stress strip. By day she copes with Ned Gooney, her many-faced nut-job boss, and flirts with the chiseled-face mesmerizer known as The Hottie. By night she returns to her urban hideout to care for (and cope with) Gramps, a would-be former superhero who’s light in the head and big in the heart. | | #comics #women #humor | © Big Al, the Gal

Lola by Todd Clark: Recently widowed Lola moves in with her son, Ray, and his family at his request. The potential disasters of Lola living with her anally retentive adult son and family provide the backdrop for a hilarious story about life. Life according to Lola, that is. Lola is a witty sharpshooter who’s too busy living life to the fullest to worry about political correctness, exercise and proper diet. | | #comics #grandparents #family | © Tribune Media Services

Herman by Jim Unger: One of the most innovative comics of all time, Herman is the groundbreaking offbeat humor panel. In 1992, after 20 years of cartooning and with more than 6,000 original comics to his credit, Unger had finally decided to retire and enjoy life in the Bahamas. But not for long: in 1997, due to popular demand, UFS brought back classic Herman comics with 10 years of Unger's best work. | | #comics #humor #funnies | © LaughingStock International Inc

Garfield Minus Garfield by PAWS, Inc: It's Garfield-as you've never seen him! Come savor the existential adventures of Jon Arbuckle in Garfield Minus Garfield. Garfield Minus Garfield takes everyone's favorite fat cat out of the picture, leaving us with only the lonely ennui of Jon as he's left to voice thoughts about his own existence into an empty void. | | #comics #garfield #webcomics | © PAWS, Inc.

Ginger Meggs by Jason Chatfield: Ginger Meggs has been entertaining readers since 1921, making it one of the longest running comic strips in history. Australia's favourite boy is ready to take on school, homework, bullies and the world with a special blend of boyish adventure and down under charm. | | #comics #kids #school | © Jason Chatfield

Graffiti by Gene Mora: Graffiti is a witty play on words with a clever, often ironic message. | | #comics #graffiti #words | © UFS, Dist. by Universal Uclick

Heathcliff by George Gately: Called the "Cat of the Century" by a major cat magazine, Heathcliff has been an incredible success. The cat is loved and recognized by millions in all corners of the globe. The comic has been animated in more than 80 television shows, published in over 50 books with over a million copies in print and featured in a full-length motion picture. | | #comics #cats #pets | © Creators Syndicate

Herb and Jamaal by Stephen Bentley: After attending a high-school reunion and re-establishing an old friendship in 1998, Stephen was inspired to create the comic strip Herb and Jamal -- as a tribute to lasting friendships and a reflection on a life well lived. These best friends will make you cherish yours! | | #comics #friendship #life | © Creators Syndicate

Cornered by Mike Baldwin: How do you react when you're cornered? Talk your way out, prepare for battle or insist you're just fine and dandy? Mike Baldwin's "Cornered" characters reflect the full spectrum of these reactions - all the while doing their very best to be taken seriously. From dark to light to blindingly brilliant, the results delight, amuse or even confuse - but it's well worth the risk. | | #comics #funnies #humor | © Mike Baldwin

Broom Hilda by Russell Myers: Living in an enchanted forest with surrealistic landscapes, the engaging characters of Broom Hilda happily have no connection with reality. Other comic characters are extensions or distortions of reality, but Broom Hilda deals in pure fantasy, making the strip bewitchingly unique. | | #comics #witches #humor | © Tribune Media Services

The Bottomliners by Eric and Bill Tellebaum: Cartoonists Eric and Bill Teitelbaum skewer the world of business and finance in Bottom Liners, a nationally syndicated business comic panel appearing six times weekly. Bottom Liners tackles subjects such as foreign takeovers, office politics, getting a raise and the fast-paced world of Wall Street. | | #comics #business #finance | © Tribune Media Services

The Born Loser by Chip Sansom | | #comics #humor #funnies | © UFS, Dist. by Universal Uclick

B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart: Johnny Hart’s classic strip, B.C., puts a caveman twist on everything. From philosophical ants to punny bits of unconventional wisdom, you’ll see why this strip has been a favorite for so many years. | | #comics #philosophy #puns | © Creators Syndicate

Animal Crackers by Fred Wagner: Lyle the lion, Eugene the elephant and the rest of these civilized animals deliver a glimpse of life in the Freeborn Wildlife Preserve. Animal Crackers’ brief text and clean drawings are great for kids. These adorable animals will have readers laughing, as Wagner uses various animals to entertain with simple humor. | | #comics #animals #dogs | © Tribune Media Services

Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson: The characters Arlo and Janis have played the parts of mermaids, squirrels, alligators and grasshoppers over the years, all while exploring the unexaggerated human condition and managing to become, with their son Gene, perhaps the most believable family in the funny pages. | | #comics #family #marriage | © Jimmy Johnson

Andy Capp by Reg Smythe: Andy and his wife, Flo, live out the epitome of functional dysfunction. From the pub to the bedroom, Andy’s misadventures paint an indelible portrait of an extremely British battle of the sexes. Join Andy and Flo as they bicker their way through life. Their banter can be hostile, caring, sarcastic and adorable: the perfect ingredients for a lasting marriage. | | #comics #marriage #humor | © MGN Ltd.

Adam@Home by Brian Basset and Rob Harrell: Welcome to the new way to office, straight from the humor of Brian Basset. Follow this hilarious yet true-to-life work-at-home dad, Adam, as he deals with job deadlines, minivan support groups, sibling arguments and marital bliss while chasing down overnight delivery trucks and searching for the perfect latte to appease his caffeine addiction. | | #comics #family #dad | © Universal Uclick

9 to 5 by Harley Schwadron: Rancorous bosses, quirky workers, and an up-and-down stock market populate the world of 9 to 5. A cast of regular characters include J.B. Wells (the boss), Sims (office flunkey) and Ms. Forbes. While mainly a satire on business, the comic also pokes fun at technology, relationships, dogs and cats, and life in general. | | #comics #life #humor | © Tribune Media Services

Jump Start by Robb Armstrong: A tender, funny view of middle-class family life. | | #comics #family #kids | © UFS, Dist. by Universal Uclick

Frank & Ernest by Thaves: Frank and Ernest, created by Bob Thaves, chronicles the antics of two ""everyman"" characters who are anything but ordinary! They appear in different settings, time periods - even manifest as things and creatures other than people. The variety in the strip extends to their observations about a wide number of subjects. | | #comics #humor #men | © Thaves

The Duplex by Glenn McCoy: Once upon a time there was a duplex where a young bachelor named Eno and his dog, Fang, shared an ultra-macho haven of beer snacks and male-bonding. Suddenly, their lives turned co-ed when Gina and her poodle, Mitzi, moved into the other half of their building... the question is, who will come out on top in Glenn McCoy's The Duplex? | | #comics #dogs #beer | © Glenn McCoy

Marmaduke by Brad Anderson: Marmaduke is America's most lovable Great Dane. Created by Brad Anderson, the classic comic canine has delighted newspaper readers since 1954. Marmaduke lives with the Winslow family, who, try as they might, just can't seem to get him to obey. The daily panel also strikes a chord with pet owners, many of whom write to Anderson to comment on Marmaduke as if he were a real dog. | | #comics #dogs #pets | © Brad Anderson