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Amazing Spider-Man



It was on the pages of Amazing Fantasy No. 15 where the Amazing Spider-Man first appeared. And in March 1963, one year after his first appearance, Spider-Man was starring in his own comic book and on his way to becoming Marvel Comics most popular super hero ever!

By: Stan Lee & Alex Saviuk
Genre: Adventure
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Apartment 3-G



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Genre: Drama
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Arctic Circle



Arctic Circle is a comic strip about three penguins who have migrated from the Antarctic to the small town of Snowpeak within the Arctic Circle.

By: Alex Hallatt
Genre: Animals
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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
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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
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Barney Google And Snuffy Smith



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Beetle Bailey



Beetle Bailey was modeled after Mort Walkers old high school and Army buddy, Dave Hornaday, who was tall, skinny and always getting into trouble in an innocent way. Beetle subscribes to the philosophy, Whenever the urge to work comes over me, I lie down until it goes away. Relationships Morton Walker

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Genre: Funny
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Beetle Bailey



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Between Friends



Between Friends zeroes in on the nitty-gritty details of the lives of three fifty-something women friends. Witty and personal, sometimes poignant and candid, this slice-of-life strip celebrates women-of-a-certain-age in all their irreverent glory.

By: Sandra Bell-Lundy
Genre: Relationships
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Beware of Toddler



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Big Ben Bolt



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Big Ben Bolt Sundays



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Bizarro



Bizarro is a comic panel where UFOs hover, dynamite sizzles, birds perch upside-down, and a slice of pie hides in every corner. Bizarro is the stage where cartoonists Wayno (one name only, please) and Dan Piraro present their eccentric worldview, sprinkled with cryptic secret symbols. Highly praised for its artwork and off-the-wall humor, Bizarro appeals to literate audiences who enjoy offbeat humor.

By: Dan Piraro & Wayno
Genre: Funny
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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
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Bob Mankoff Presents: Show Me The Funny



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Bob Mankoff Presents: Show Me The Funny (Animal Edition)



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Boners Ark



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Boners Ark Sundays



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Brick Bradford



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Bringing Up Father



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Buckles



Buckles is a comic strip about a wide-eyed house dog exploring his way through the everyday routines of life. With the guidance from his owners Paul and Jill, Buckles discovers unique adventures from his backyard to the outer reaches of the great unknown beyond the fence.

By: David Gilbert
Genre: Animals
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Buz Sawyer



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Carpe Diem



Carpe Diem - seize the day - is really about any conceivable day, from the dawn of the universe, to the age of dinosaurs and cavemen, and knights and witches, and medieval diseases, to modern-day couch potatoes and Stone Age diets, iPhone worshippers and androids, 3D printers and Google cars ... and on into the future when television networks compete for the colonization of Mars.

By: Niklas Eriksson
Genre: Funny
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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
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Crock



Crock chronicles the adventures of Commandant Crock and the assortment of hilarious characters stationed at this grim, desolate outpost, including the cowardly Captain Poulet, the simple-minded Maggot, camp follower Grossie and the ever-astray Lost Patrol.

By: Bill Rechin
Genre: Workplace
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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
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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
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Daddy Daze



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Dennis the Menace



Kids all over the world look forward to the capers of Slylock Fox and his sidekick, Max Mouse. They know that each week they will be entertained by loads of fun facts, challenging brainteasers, helpful tips and jokes.

By: Bob Weber, Jr
Genre: Relationships
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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
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Edge City



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Flash Forward



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Flash Gordon



For more than seven decades, loyal fans have explored the stars with the comics most famous intergalactic adventurer, his female companion Dale Arden, and scientist, Dr. Hans Zarkov.

By: Jim Keefe
Genre: Adventure
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Flash Gordon



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Flash Gordon Sundays



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Funky Winkerbean



The groundbreaking series Funky Winkerbean, portrays the students and faculty at Westview High but has earned high marks for his sensitive treatment of important social and educational issues

By: Tom Batiuk & Ayers
Genre: Drama
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Funky Winkerbean Sunday



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Funky Winkerbean Vintage



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Funny Online Animals



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Gearhead Gertie



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Hagar the Horrible



Hagar the Horrible is a caricature comic strip commenting on modern-day life in the United States through a loose interpretation of Viking Age Scandinavian life.

By: Chris Browne
Genre: Relationships
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Heart Of Juliet Jones



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Heart Of Juliet Jones Sundays



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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
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Hi And Lois



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Intelligent Life



Intelligent Life is a comic strip that revolves around a set of characters who very much exist in this world of geek/pop culture, and it gives us a good laugh as we nod knowingly at their antics. The strip follows the personal life, the work life, the hobbies and obsessions of Skip, Gwen, Mike and Barry, and glimpses the mania of our world.

By: David Reddick
Genre: Relationships
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Johnny Hazard



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Judge Parker



The strip chronicles the lives -- in and out of the courtroom - of Judge Alan Parker, Sam Driver and Abbey Spencer. With its true-to-life storylines, drama and suspense, Judge Parker has kept readers in 175 newspapers nationwide hooked.

By: Francesco Marciuliano & Mike Manley
Genre: Drama
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Judge Parker



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Jungle Jim Sundays



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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
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Katzenjammer Kids Sundays



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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
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Kevin and Kell



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King of the Royal Mounted



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Krazy Kat



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Legalization Nation



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Legend of Bill



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Little Iodine Sundays



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Macanudo



No other comic strip will invite you to ponder the mysteries of life and great literature with a little girl named Henrietta and her stuffed bear, Mandelbaum, or waddle alongside a penguin through chilly wind-swept dunes at the tip of South America.

By: Liniers
Genre: Funny
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Macanudo



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Mallard Fillmore



Tinsley created Mallard for what he saw as the conservative underdog. The strip is for the average person out there: the forgotten American taxpayer whos sick of the liberal media and cultural establishments that act like he or she doesnt exist, he says.

By: Bruce Tinsley
Genre: Funny
Syndicate: King-Features


Mandrake the Magician



A suave and sophisticated man of mystery Mandrake is a magician often battles the most remarkable and inventive villains while attired in formal black-tie and tails. Equally at home at a swank society affair or among the colorful denizens of the underworld Mandrake is world famous for his many remarkable feats. Created by Lee Falk.

By: Fred Frederick
Genre: Adventure
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Mandrake The Magician



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Mandrake The Magician Sundays



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Mara Llave: Keeper of Time



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Mark Trail



Mark Trail was an environmentalist before it was fashionable to be one. Marks mission has always been that of preserving the American wilderness, water and wildlife for future generations.

By: Jules Rivera
Genre: Adventure
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Mark Trail Vintage



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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
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Mary Worth



Mary Worth is one of the longest-running continuity strips or comic-page soap operas. Stories confront social issues, such as juvenile delinquency, unwed motherhood, drug addiction, spouse abuse, alcoholism, infidelity, concerns of the elderly and the generation gap.

By: Karen Moy & June Brigman
Genre: Drama
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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
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Mother Goose & Grimm



Mother Goose and Grimm features a rough and tumble bull terrier (Grimmy), his absentminded caretaker (Mother Goose) and their storybook friends (Snow White, Rapunzel, Pinocchio, Dracula, and many other folk and fairy tale heroes and heroines).

By: Mike Peters
Genre: Animals
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Mutts



Mutts explores the special bond between animals and their guardians, and the endearing friendship of Earl, the dog, and Mooch, the cat. It strikes a delicate balance between joy, fun and responsible social commentary. Mutts has been recognized for its distinctive style, heartwarming humor and compassionate advocacy for animal issues.

By: Patrick McDonnell
Genre: Animals
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Office Hours



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Olive & Popeye



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On the Fastrack



On the Fastrack chronicles the comic misadventures at Fastrack Inc., a wry mirror of the contemporary work scene. Ruthless boss Rose Trellis runs Fastrack, Inc. and thrives in an atmosphere of corporate political intrigue and back-stabbing.

By: Bill Holbrook
Genre: Workplace
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Pardon My Planet



Pardon My Planet is a visual record of the nincompoopities of the human spirit. This imaginatively sly panel peeks under the veil of the taboo and paints a smiley face on the shroud. Deftly balancing the tightrope of political correctness, Pardon My Planet gives us a rubberneckers eye-view into the boarded up attic of the human psyche.

By: Vic Lee
Genre: Funny
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Popeye



Popeye is an underdog with a long fuse and a keen sense of fair play. Everyone identifies with him when he finally says, Thas all I can stands, and I cant stands no more! And it seems only fitting that our most unlikely hero would fall for the least likely of sex symbols: Olive Oyl.

By: Bud Sagendorf (DAILIES) & Hy Eisman (SUNDAYS)
Genre: Adventure
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Popeyes Cartoon Club



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Popeyes Cartoon Club



In the 1930s, E.C. Segar often included cartoons drawn by his fans at the end of his Sunday comics. This time, King Features has invited all kinds of cartoonists, illustrators, animators, and other artists to bring their own vision of Popeye to life. Each week, youll see a different take on Popeye, Olive Oyl, Wimpy, and the rest of the gang, from a different cartoonist - some you already know and love, and some who will be new to you!

By: Various
Genre: Adventure
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Prince Valiant



Created in 1937 by the immortal Hal Foster Prince Valiant continues strong to this day as the pinnacle of comic strip adventure storytelling. Balanced between the excitement and danger of medieval knightly derring-do and the domestic complexities surrounding a high-spirited family Val has little time for rest and his devoted readership would have it no other way.

By: Mark Schultz & Thomas Yeates
Genre: Adventure
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Prince Valiant Sundays



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Pros & Cons



Pros & Cons focuses on five characters and three professions. While lawyers, doctors and cops have become icons of popular culture in movies and on television, Pros & Cons has drawn them together for the first time in a comic strip format.

By: Kieran Meehan
Genre: Relationships
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Quincy



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Radio Patrol



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Rae The Doe



Rae the Doe is a comic about the life and times of a doe named Rae and her punk skunk girlfriend Mimi. Theres also her roommate, Pascal the Bat, her eccentric, trash-loving friends Cybil the Moth and Lottie the Opossum, and Sawyer the Squirrel, the voice of reason within the group

By: Olive Brinker
Genre: Animals
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Rae The Doe



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Rex Morgan M.D.



Over the years, we have seen Rex deal with the compelling medical and social issues of our times: drug abuse, domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, diabetes, organ transplants, adoption and sexual harassment, just to name a few.

By: Terry Beatty
Genre: Drama
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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
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Rip Kirby



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Safe Havens



In 1988, Bill Holbrook, creator of On The Fastrack, launched Safe Havens, a clever look at how children interact with each other and with the adults in their world.

By: Bill Holbrook
Genre: Relationships
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Sales



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Sally Forth



By: Francesco Marciuliano & Jim Keefe
Genre: Workplace
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Sam and Silo



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Secret Agent X-9



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Shermans Lagoon



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Shoe



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Six Chix



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Slylock Fox and Comics for Kids



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Take It From The Tinkersons



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The Brilliant Mind Of Edison Lee



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The Family Circus



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The Little King



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The Lockhorns



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The Pajama Diaries



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The Phantom



The Phantom is a classic series of action adventure comics, also considered an aesthetic precursor of the superhero comic, if not its pioneer. Created by writer Lee Falk in 1936 with the collaboration of cartoonists such as Ray Moore, it is still published today. The Phantom has had adaptations to other media, such as novels, films and television series.

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The Phantom



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The Phantom Sundays



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Thimble Theater



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Tiger



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Tiger Vintage



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Tiger Vintage Sundays



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Tinas Groove



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Todd the Dinosaur



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Zippy the Pinhead



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Zits



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