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Comic: Andy Capp
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.
Comic: B.C.
Simple teachings
Comic: 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.

The strip has enchanted new parents, grandparents and kids alike since it first appeared on the comics pages in 1990. As the years passed, the list of newspapers carrying the feature has grown — almost as fast as the MacPhersons' kids! Baby Blues now appears in more than 800 newspapers worldwide, and the adventures of America's favorite first-time parents have also been chronicled in 18 anthologies and 3 treasuries. In 1995, the National Cartoonists Society recognized Baby Blues as "Best Comic Strip of the Year."
Comic: Cathy
Parent management. Social disasters. Personal struggles. Cathy personifies the single, young career woman and her typical daily obstacles. We read, we identify, we laugh. Who could ask for more?
Comic: chocolate Milkmaid
Unfortunately, an accident with milk found in the fridge and some chocolate syrup revealed the truth- that Kay's roommate was actually Capitol City's newest superhero, the infamous magical girl MILKMAID! Even worse, Kay comes from a long line of witch doctors... and when she drank Milkmaid's milk, she gained a body and powers similar to hers! Now she fights crime, injustice and celibacy as CHOCOLATE MILKMAID!
Comic: Curtis
"Curtis is definitely my alter-ego," said Billingsley. "Curtis and I have a lot of things in common. We're both borderline mischievous, and most times, things don't turn out quite like we have planned. And, no matter how argumentative, Curtis and I both have close family ties."
Comic: Drabble
One of the best-loved families in the comics, the Drabble clan also includes smart younger brother Patrick, precocious little sister Penny, and June, the Drabble matriarch best known as "Honeybunch." Even family pets Oogie the cat, Bob the duck and Wally the wiener dog have found permanent places in the hearts of fans.
Comic: For Better or Worse
Since its debut in 1979, "For Better or For Worse" has touched comic strip readers as few cartoons ever do. Cartoonist Lynn Johnston's eye for detail and her uncanny sense of what real parents and children struggle with daily are a big part of her success. The world has watched the Patterson family grow up in real time, and to many readers, the Pattersons feel like family!
Comic: Geech
A humorous look at life in a small town.
Comic: Heathcliff
Comics' first realistically self-centered pet cat protagonist was created by George Gately.
Comic: Home on the Strange
Home on the Strange chronicles the adventures of Karla and Tom, two nerdy homeowners shepherding a bunch of single friends through life.
Comic: Jump Start
Jump Start offers an authentic, positive representation of middle-class African Americans with charm and insight born of personal experience. Joe and Marcy Cobb, stars of Jump Start, are a young African-American couple working hard to balance the demands of their careers - he's a police officer, she's a nurse - with a loving marriage and warm family life. Together, they look happily towards the future, hoping their hectic schedules will give them enough time to see each other and to enjoy the company of their young daughter, Sunny, and toddler son, Jojo. Many readers see themselves reflected in Jump Start's scenario. "I'm thrilled that people say that," says Armstrong. "I'm drawing about my life; about a black couple because I'm black. Nearly every married couple I know is like Joe and Marcy. The image of young blacks is so skewed, so false. I don't know anybody who's carjacking, playing basketball, rapping. Joe and Marcy and the characters I've developed are deep and based on real life."
Comic: Marmaduke
America's most beloved Great Dane. Marmaduke lives with the Winslow family who, try as they might, just can't seem to get him to obey. Despite his antics, Marmaduke is the fun-loving top dog in the neighborhood.
Comic: Misadventures of Chichi-chan, The
Chichi-chan was a child anime star in Japan... until she hit puberty, and puberty hit back. Now over 18, with a cute face but GIGANTIC breasts, she's starting over in the USA as spokesperson for White Lightning Productions' adult products... and coping, in the meantime, with bad anime spoofs, the tribulations of being mega-busty, and the differences between Japanese and American culture...
Comic: Momma
A comic about a meddling mother and her son.
Comic: Mother Goose and Grim
Mother Goose and Grimm is the story of a streetwise yet endearing yellow bull terrier, his slightly senile caretaker, Mother Goose, and their storybook friends. Mother Goose deserves the Congressional Medal of Honor for putting up with her pooch’s outrageous exploits. Grimmy, who thinks his meal ticket is certifiable, hangs on to get his three squares a day plus garbage can privileges. Through it all, the signature, in-your-face brand of humor gets big belly laughs from fans.
Comic: Rose is Rose
The strip, drawn by Pat Brady, revolves around the Gumbo family, Rose, Jimbo, son Pasquale and the cat, Peekaboo. With this strip, you're never sure from what perspective you'll be viewing the action: the floor, the ceiling, even from a character's nostril. Whatever the view, it's never dull.

Although the picture of domestic suburban bliss, don't let this family fool you. When Rose's thoughts wander, she morphs into her alter ego, Vicki the biker chick, complete with leather jacket and boots.
Comic: Sally Forth
Over the years, Sally Forth has made a consistent impressive growth in popularity. Why? Because it's every working mother's story!
Comic: Sex Puppies
Sex Puppies is a gag strip with no storylines to keep track of and only two recurring characters- Anne and Charles. You don't need this info to enjoy the gags, but it couldn't hurt...

Both Anne and Charles share several key characteristics. First, they're madly in love with each other- their relationship is "closed," although they're always interested in threesomes. Second, they have almost zero hangups about sex- in fact, their life revolves around sex! Finally, they both have a sense of humor... sometimes strange, sometime just -awful,- but they love a good laugh almost as much as a good fuck!
Comic: Shoe
Whether they are arguing about The Perfesser's bad writing or offering each other advice on the opposite sex, the treetop crew of characters maintains a comical, spirited banter.
Comic: Stone Soup
"Stone Soup" addresses modern families who don't quite fit into the old version of the perfect family (mom, dad, 2.5 kids and a white picket fence). Through her characters, creator Jan Eliot explores themes involving a 10-year-old tom-boy, a 13-year-old self-absorbed drama queen, an opinionated grandmother, aggravated sisters (of all ages), a single parent in an unsympathetic workplace, a work-at-home mom, women venturing into complicated romances, and every other frustration and joy that comes from a house of chaos such as this.
Comic: Wizard of Id
Daily comic about a wizard and a king, set in medieval times.
Comic: Ziggy
Poor Ziggy. He's perpetually one step behind, one nickel short, one lane away from the fast lane. But we love him for it, because everyone feels like Ziggy now and then.

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