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Family Comics


9 Chickweed Lane



A rarity in the comics, 9 Chickweed Lane spotlights music and dance with superb artistry that complements Brooke McEldowneys strong-minded characters. A popular comic strip about three generations of family, 9 Chickweed Lane features strong character...

By: Brooke McEldowney
Genre: Family
Syndicate: GoComics


Adult Children



When kids get bigger and older but dont actually grow up, what do you get? Adult Children. Like Harvey and Penny and Berle. As they brave their way into the baffled new world, nobody is prepared for their role, but everyone does their best, pretendin...

By: Stephen Beals
Genre: Family
Syndicate: GoComics


Agnes



Tony Cochrans Agnes is a whimsical look at childhood through the eyes of the title character and her best friend, Trout. What sets this strip apart is the focus on that limbo just before little girls discover boys and appropriate social skills.

By: Tony Cochran
Genre: Family
Syndicate: GoComics


Baby Blues



When longtime friends Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott first discussed doing a comic strip about parenthood, Rick, at least, knew what he was talking about. He and his wife had their first daughter in 1984, and in 1987, their second daughter was born. Jerry, who had no children, thought what Rick was going through as a parent was very funny. So he decided to write about what he saw at the Kirkmans home. Temper tantrums. Dirty diapers. Teething pains. When Rick added his superb artwork, Baby Blues was born

By: Rick Kirkman & Jerry Scott
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Barney Google and Snuffy Smith



Barney Google and Snuffy Smith is one of the longest-running comic strips in history. Created by Billy DeBeck in 1919, it first appeared in the sports section of the Chicago Herald and Examiner as Take Barney Google, Frinstance. It starred the cigar-smoking, sports-loving, poker-playing, girl-chasing neer-do-well Barney Google.

By: John Rose
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Blondie



A classic comic strips rinning since 1930, Blonde and Dagwood and the family live a modest lifestyle with children and a dog, they became concerned with real life: making ends meet, raising a family, eating and sleeping. And, these four same topics are still the primary ingredients of the strip to this very day.

By: Dan Young & John Marshall
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Crankshaft



A former minor league baseball pitcher, the strips namesake, Ed Crankshaft, was deeply disappointed when his major league aspirations fell by the wayside. Today, however, he can deal with lifes curveballs, thanks to a loving family that stands by him. Crankshaft amuses comics fans with his no-holds-barred zingers and cantankerous disposition, an obvious outer crust for a school bus driver.

By: Tom Batiuk & Dan Davis
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Curtis



Curtis details the day-to-day life of a close-knit contemporary African-American family living in the inner city. It is a comic work that does not fit easily in any category. Though it mainly features children, it is not necessarily ldquochild-themed.rdquo It can be humorous, thought-provoking, topical in subject and have bursts of pure zany fantasy.

By: Ray Billingsley
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Daddy Daze



From giddy romps and imaginary adventures to tender bedtime moments and hilarious encounters with the rest of the world, Daddy Daze is a comic strip about the special relationship between a father and son. Readers will connect instantly with Paul, the single dad who amicably shares custody of little Angus with ex-wife Amy, as he juggles an at-home job and domestic duties.

By: John Kovaleski
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Daddys Home



Daddys Home comic strip deals with a family where the father, Pete, is a copywriter who works out of his home office and is a stay-at-home dad to his son Elliot, while his wife Peggy is out in the working world.

By: Tony Rubino and Gary Markstein
Genre: Family
Syndicate: Creators


Dustin



Each day, Dustin invites readers into the lives of the Kudlick family, who have welcomed the strips 23-year-old namesake back into the house after college for just a little while.

By: Steve Kelley & Jeff Parker
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Family Tree



Pulitzer Prize editorial cartoonist Signe Wilkinson spread her wings and created Family Tree, allowing her to write and draw outside the left/right, headline-driven box of daily editorial cartooning. A contemporary family comic strip, it chronicles t...

By: Signe Wilkinson
Genre: Funny
Syndicate: GoComics


Hi and Lois



Whether itrsquos busy parents juggling jobs and raising a family, a teen coping with his self-image, sibling rivalry among the youngsters, or a toddler learning about the world and her place in it, Hi and Lois has kept pace with mainstream life and found the gentle humor in familiar situations.

By: Chance Browne & Eric Reaves & Brian Walker
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Katzenjammer Kids



The Katzenjammer Kids features the adventures of Hans and Fritz, twins and fellow warriors in the battle against any form of authority. The Katzies rebelled against Mama (their own mother, of course), der Captain (the shipwrecked sailor who acted as their surrogate father) and der Inspector (dreaded representative of the school authorities).

By: Hy Eisman
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Kevin and Kell



Years ago, Kevin Kindle the rabbit and Kell Dewclaw the wolf met in an online chat room. After falling head over heels for each other, they decided to meet in person. It wasnt until then that they realized they were from separate ends of the food chain.

By: Bill Holbrook
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Marvin



Marvin features a precocious red-headed toddler who spends much of his time lost in his own thoughts and fantasy adventures.

By: Tom Armstrong
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Momma



Only a mother could nag her child so much in such a sarcastic way that it becomes endearing. Momma?s kids love her and readers will too! Based in part on his own mother, Mell Lazarus?s Momma is a little bit like everybody?s mother. S...

By: Mell Lazarus
Genre: Family
Syndicate: Creators


Moose and Molly



Moose and Molly chronicles the misadventures of a lazy, out-of-work, out-of-shape loafer and life with his wife, children and multitude of pets. Moose can never seem to hold a job for more than a day, despite constant goading from his wife, Molly.

By: Bob Weber Sr.
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Rhymes with Orange



Like the color its named after, Rhymes With Orange by cartoonist Hilary Price is a vibrant, energetic, smart strip that approaches the universal truths about everyday subjects, like relationships, work, pets, parents and holidays, with insightful wit and humor. It leaves no stone unturned in its journey to prove just how weird and wonderful we all are.

By: Hilary Price
Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Slylock Fox and Comics for Kids



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Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Take It From The Tinkersons



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Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


The Brilliant Mind Of Edison Lee



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Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


The Family Circus



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Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


Tiger



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Genre: Family
Syndicate: King-Features


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