List of newspaper comic strips A-L


List of newspaper comic strips A-L

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

0-9

*"13, rue de l'espoir" (1959-1972) by Paul Gillon, Jacques Gall and Francois Gall (France)
*"9 Chickweed Lane" (1993- ) by Brooke McEldowney (USA)
*"9 to 5" (1990- ) by Harley Schwadron (USA)
*"" (1932- ) by Rudolf Petersson and others (Sweden)

A

*"Abbie an' Slats" (1937-1971) originally by Al Capp and Raeburn van Buren (USA)
*"Abie the Agent" (1914-1940) by Harry Hershfield (USA)
*"The Academia Waltz" (1978-1979) by Berke Breathed (USA)
*"According to Guinness" (1975-1990) by Norris McWhirter and Ross McWhirter (USA)
*"A Couple of Guys" by Dave Brousseau (1996-present) (USA)
*"Ad Libs" (1958-1975) by Jim Whiting and Larry Hurb, and later Len Bruh and Joe Daley (USA)
*"Adam@home" (1984- ), first titled "Adam", by Brian Basset (USA)
*"Adamson" (1920-1945) by Oscar Jacobsson (Sweden)
*"The Adventures of Patsy" (1935-1954) by Mel Graff, and later Frank Reilly, Charles Raab, Rich Hall, and Bill Dyer (USA)
*"The Adventures of Tintin" (1929-1944) by Hergé (Georges Rémi) (Belgium)
*"Agatha Crumm" (1977-1996) originally by Bill Hoest, and later John Reiner, and Bunny Hoest (USA)
*"Aggie Mack" (1946-1965) by Hal Rasmussen and Roy L. Fox (USA)
*"Agnes" (1999- ) by Tony Cochran (USA)
*"Air Hawk and the Flying Doctors" (1959-1986) by John Dixon (Australia)
*"Akwas" (1964-1972) by Mike Roy (USA)
*"Alec the Great" (1931-1969) by Edwina
*"Alex" (1987- ) by Charles Peattie and Russell Taylor (UK)
*"Alex in Wonderland" (1976-1986) by Bob Cordray
*"Alexander Smart, Esq." (1930-1943) by A. C. Fera and later Doc Winner
*"Alfredo" (see "Pepe")
*"All in a Lifetime" (1936-1961) by Frank H. Beck
*"All in Sport" (1952-1970) by Chet Adams (USA)
*"All in the Family" (1980-1995) by Bill Murray
*"Alley Oop" (1932- ) originally by V. T. Hamlin (USA)
*"An Altar Boy Named Speck" (1953-1973) by Tut LeBlanc and later Margaret Ahern
*"Always Belittlin"' (1930-1940) by Percy Crosby (USA)
*"The Amazing Spider-Man" (1977- ) by Stan Lee and John Romita, Jr. (USA)
*"The Ambassador" (1933-1934) by Otto Soglow
*"Amber Waves" (2000- ) by Dave T. Phipps
*"Amours célèbres" (1950-1970) by Paul Gordeaux (France)
*"A. Mutt" (see "Mutt and Jeff")
*"Amy" (1962-1991) originally by Harry Mace (USA)
*"And Her Name Was Maud" (1904-1932) by Frederick Burr Opper (USA)
*"Andy Capp" (1957- ) originally by Reg Smythe (UK)
*"Angel" (1954-1963) by Mel Casson
*"The Angriest Dog in the World" (1983-1992) by David Lynch (USA)
*"Angus Og" (?-1986) by Ewen Bain (Scotland)
*"Animal Antics" (1947-1961) by Ed Nofziger (USA)
*"Animal Crackers" (1968- ) by Rog Bollen and later Fred Wagner (USA)
*"Animalogic" (1967-1978) by Ed Nofziger (USA)
*"Annie" (see "Little Orphan Annie")
*"" (2006- ) by J. C. Vaughn, Brendon Fraim and Brian Fraim (USA)
*"Apartment 3-G" (1961- ) originally by Nicholas P. Dallis and Alex Kotzky (USA)
*"Aphrodite" (1985-1995) by various creators
*"A. Piker Clerk" (1904) by Clare Briggs (USA)
*"Apple Pie" (1972-1995) by Gus Wood and R. David Boyd
*"Archie" (1947- ) originally by Bob Montana (USA)
*"Arctic Circle" (2007- ) by Alex Hallatt (New Zealand)
*"The Argyle Sweater" (2008- ) by Scott Hilburn (USA)
*"Arlo and Janis" (1985- ) by Jimmy Johnson (USA)
*"Arnie" (1973-1995) by Arnie Stockholm and later Muir
*"Arnold" (1983-1987) by Kevin McCormick (USA)
*"Art's Gallery" (1965-1977) by Art Finley (USA)
*"Arty Facts" (1983-1995) by Ray Fisher
*"As You Were" (1972-1995) by Jim Baker (USA)
*"Ask Shagg" (1979- ) by Peter Guren (USA)
*"" (1981-1993) by Bill Barry and later Fred Hall
*"Assorted Nuts" by Nick Barrameda (Philippines)
*"Asterix and Obelix" (1977) by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo (USA reprint of French album stories edited into comic strip form).
*"At the Zü" (1995-1998) by Ron Ruelle (USA)
*"Aunt Tenna" by Bil Keane (USA)
*"The Avridge Farm" (1987-2005) by Jeff Wilson (Canada)
*"AXA" (1978-1986) by Enrique Badia Romero and Donne Avenell (UK)

B

*"Babe 'n' Horace" (1939-1970) by Edgar E. Martin and later Les Carroll (USA)
*"Baby Blues" (1990- ) by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott (USA)
*"Baby Mine" (1930-1939)
*"Back Home" (1986-1995) by Hormer Box
*"Bachelor Party" (2002-2003) by Adam Miller (USA)
*"Backbench" (-) by Graham Harrop (Canada)
*"Bad Reporter" (2003- ) by Don Asmussen (USA)
*"Baldo" (2000- ) by Hector Cantú and Carlos Castellanos (USA)
*"Ballard Street" (1991- ) by Jerry Van Amerongen
*"Barnaby" (1942-1952, 1960-1962) originally by Crockett Johnson (USA)
*"Barnacle & His Friends" (1983-1992) by Alex Moore
*"Barney Baxter" (1935-1950) by Frank Miller (USA)
*"Barney Google and Snuffy Smith" (1919- ) and (1934- ) respectively, Billy De Beck for both, and later Fred Lasswell for Snuffy (USA)
*"Baron Bean" (1916-1919) by George Herriman (USA)
*"Basil" (1974-1980) by Gerry Lants (Australia)
*"Bat Masterson" (1959-1970) by Ed Herron and Nostrand
*"Batman" (1989-1991) by Max Allan Collins and Marshall Rogers (USA)
*"Batman and Robin" (1943-1974) originally by Bob Kane (USA)
*"B.C." (1958- ) by Johnny Hart (USA)
*"Bear Creek Folks" by C.M. Payne (USA)
*"Beattie Blvd." (1986- ), first titled "SNAFU", by Bruce Beattie (USA)
*"Beau Peep (1978-) by Roger Kettle and Andrew Christine (UK)
*"Beelzebub Jones" (1937-1945) by Hugh McClelland (UK)
*"Beetle Bailey" (1950- ) by Mort Walker (USA)
*"Believe It Or Not!" (1918-) by Robert Ripley
*"Belinda" (1934?-1959), first titled "Belinda Blue-Eyes", by Steve Dowling (UK)
*"Belles and Wedding Bells" (1930-1943) by Cliff Sterrett (USA)
*"Belvedere" (1962-1995) by Nat Greenwood and George Crenshaw (USA)
*"Ben" (-) by Daniel Shelton (Canada)
*"Ben Bowyang" (1933-1979) originally by Alex Gurney (Australia)
*"Ben Casey" (1962-1966) by Neal Adams (USA)
*"Ben Wicks" (1967-1987) by Ben Wicks (Canada)
*"Benjy" (1973-1975) by Jim Berry and Bill Yates (USA)
*"Benny" (1929-1939) by J. Carver Pusey
*"Bent Offerings" (1988-2004) by Don Addis (USA)
*"Berry's World" (1963-2003) by Jim Berry (USA)
*"The Berrys" (1943-1974) by Carl Grubert
*"The Better Half" (1956- ) originally by Bob Barnes (USA)
*"Betty" (1924-1943) by Charles Voight (USA)
*"Betty" (1991- ) by Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen (Canada)
*"Betty Boop" (1934-1937, 1984-1988) originally by Max Fleischer, and later Grim Natwick (USA)
*"Between Friends" (1994- ) by Sandra Bell-Lundy (Canada)
*"Beyond Mars" (1952-1955) by Jack Williamson and Lee Elias (USA)
*"Beyond the Black Stump" (1988- ) by Sean Leahy (Australia)
*"Big Ben Bolt" (1950-1977) by John Cullen Murphy (USA)
*"Big George" (1960-1989) by Virgil Partch (USA)
*"Big Nate" (1991- ) by Lincoln Pierce (USA)
*"The Big Picture" (1995-2004) by Lennie Peterson (USA)
*"Big Sister" (1928-1971) by Les Forgrave and later Bob Naylor
*"Big Top" (2002-2007) by Rob Harrell (USA)
*"Bigg's Business" (1972-1994) by Bob Zahn
*"Billy the Bee" by Harry Smith (UK)
*"Billy's Boots" (1970-1986) by John Gilliatt and Mike Western (UK)
*"Bimbo's Circus" (see "The Circus of P.T. Bimbo")
*"Birdseye Centre" (1927-1946) by Jimmy Frise (Canada)
*"Bizarro" (1986- ) by Dan Piraro (USA)
*"" by Jonathan Mahood (USA)
*"Bliss" by Stephen Hersh (USA)
*"Blondie" (1930- ) by Dean Young; originally by Chic Young (USA)
*"Bloom County" (1980-1989) by Berke Breathed (USA)
*"The Blue Beetle" (1940) by Charles Nicholas (Jack Kirby) (USA)
*"Bo" (1940-1955) by Frank H. Beck
*"Bo Nanas" (2003-2007) by John Kovaleski (USA)
*"Bobby" (1938-1985) by Jerry Iger (USA)
*"Bobby Thatcher" (1927-1937) by George Storm (USA)
*"Bob the Angry Flower" (1992- ) by Stephen Notley (Canada)
*"Bob the Squirrel" (1999- ) by Frank Page
*"Bogor" (1974?-1995?) by Burton Silver (New Zealand)
*"Boner's Ark" (1968-2000) by Mort Walker and later Frank B. Johnson (USA)
*"Bonnie" (1956-1965) by Joe Campbell
*"Boob McNutt" (1915-1934) by Rube Goldberg (USA)
*"The Boondocks" (1997-2006) by Aaron McGruder (USA)
*"Boots" (1935-1968) by Edgar Martin and later Les Carroll (USA)
*"Boots and Her Buddies" (1924-1969) by Edgar Martin (USA)
*"The Born Loser" (1965- ) originally by Art Sansom (USA)
*"Borovnica" (1992- ) by Darko Macan
*"The Bosleys" (1970-1980) by John Stees
*"Bound and Gagged" (1992- ) by Dana Summers (USA)
*"Bound to Win" (1926-1940) by George Storm and Edwin Alger, Jr. (USA)
*"Boy and Girl" (1956-1974) John Henry Rouson
*"Bozo" (1945-1955) by F. X. Reardon
*"Braggo the Monk" by Gus Mager (USA)
*"Brenda Breeze" (1940-1962) by Rolfe
*"Brenda Starr" (1940- ) originally by Dale Messick (USA)
*"Brevity" (2005- ) by Guy Endore-Kaiser and Rodd Perry (USA)
*"" (2004- ) by Tim Rickard (USA)
*"Brick Bradford" (1933-1987) originally by William Ritt and Clarence Gray (USA)
*"The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee" (2006- ) by John Hambrock (USA)
*"Bringing Up Father" (1913-2000) originally by George McManus (also known as "Maggie and Jiggs") (USA)
*"Bristow" (1962- ) by Frank Dickens (UK)
*"Bronc Peeler" (1933-1938) by Fred Harman (USA)
*"Broncho Bill" (1932-1950) by Harry F. O'Neill (USA)
*"Broom Hilda" (1970- ) by Russell Myers (USA)
*"The Broons" (1936- ) by Dudley D. Watkins (Scotland)
*"Brother Juniper" (1953-86) by Fr. Justin "Fred" McCarthy, OFM, and Len Reno
*"Brother Sebastian" by Chauncey (Chon) Day (USA)
*"Brother Simon and Lucas" (1976-1988) by Pedro R. Moreno
*"Bruce Gentry" (1945-1951) by Ray Bailey
*"Bruce the Moose" (1966-1974) by author unknown- appeared as frequent comic in children's magazines - Highlights..needs refinement.
*"Bruno" (1996-2007) by Christopher Baldwin (USA) - "webcomic"
*"Bruno the Bandit", (1998- ) by Ian MacDonald - "webcomic"
*"Buck Nix" (1908-) by Sidney Smith (USA)
*"Buck Rogers" (1929-1967) originally by Dick Calkins and Philip Nolan; (1979-1983) originally by Gray Morrow and Jim Lawrence (USA)
*"Buck Ryan" (1937-1962) by Jack Monk (UK)
*"The Buckets" (1990- ) by Greg Cravens; originally by Scott Stantis (USA)
*"Buckles" (1996- ) by David Gilbert (USA)
*"Bughouse Fables" (1924-1935) by Billy DeBeck, and later Paul Fung and Jay Irving (USA)
*"Bugs Bunny" (1944-1990) originally by Leon Schlesinger (USA)
*"The Bungle Family" (1918-1945) first titled "Home Sweet Home" by Harry Tuthill (USA)
* "Bungleton Green" (1920-1964) by Leslie Rogers (USA)
*"Bunky" (1936-1947) by Billy DeBeck and later Fred Lasswell (USA)
*"Business Daze" (1955-1969) by various creators (USA)
*"Buster" (1960-2000) (UK)
*"Buster Brown" (1902-1920) by Richard F. Outcault (USA)
*"Buttercup Festival" (2000-2005) by Elliott G. Garbauskas - "webcomic"
*"Buz Sawyer" (1943-1989) originally by Roy Crane (USA)
*"B. Virtanen" (1989- ) by Ilkka Heilä (Finland)

C

*"Caesar" (1950-1964) by W. Timyn
*"Calvin and Hobbes" (1985-1995) by Bill Watterson (USA)
*"Candorville" (2003- ) by Darrin Bell (USA)
*"Candy" (1944-1971) by Harry Sahle and later Tom Dorr
*"The Candy Man" (1981- ) by Bill Murray
*"Cap Stubbs and Tippie" (1918-1966) by Edwina Dumm (USA)
*"Cappy Dick" (1961-1987) by Cappy Dick and later Robert Cleveland
*"The Captain and the Kids" (see "The Katzenjammer Kids")
*"Captain Easy" (1929-1988) originally by Roy Crane (USA)
*"Captain Kate" (1967-1971) by Jerry Skelly, Hale Skelly and Archie Goodwin (USA)
*"Captain RibMan" by John Sprengelmeyer and Rich Davis - "webcomic"
*"The Captain's Gig" (1977-1979) by Virgil Franklin Partch ("VIP") (USA)
*"Carmichael" (1958-1985) by Dave Eastman
*"Carnival" (1939-1980) by J. A. Patterson, and Dick Turner
*"Carol Day" (1956-1967) by David Wright (UK)
*"A Case in Point" (see "Days of Thunder")
*"Casey Ruggles" (1949-1954) by Warren Tufts (USA)
*"Catfish" (1973-1994) by Gary Peterman and Rog Bollen, and later Tom Cone and Fred Wagner
*"Cathy" (1954-1960) by Fritz Wilkinson (USA)
*"Cathy" (1976-) by Cathy Guisewite (USA)
*"Cats with Hands" (1999- ) by Joe Martin (USA)
*"Cats" (2008- ) by Derek Van Hise (USA)
*"Cattivik" (1970- ) originally by Bonvi (Franco Bonvicini) (Italy)
*"C'est La Vie" by Jennifer Babcock
*"Channel Chuckles" (1954-1977) by Bil Keane (USA); (1988- ) by various artists
*"Chantecler Peck" (1911) creator unknown (USA)
*"Charlie" (1980- ) by Charlie Rodrigues
*"Charlie Chan" (1938-42) by Alfred Andriola (USA)
*"Cheerful Cherub" (1924, 1933-1969) by Rebecca McCann
*"Chelsea Boys" (1998- ) by Glen Hanson and Allan Neuwirth (USA)
*"Chicken Wings" (2001- ) by Michael Strasser (USA) and Stefan Strasser (Austria)
*"Ching Chow" (1927-1971) by Sidney Smith, and later Stanley Link and Will Henry; (1975-1980) by Rocco Lotito, Will Levinson and Henri Arnold
*"The Chosen Family" (1988-2004) by Noreen Stevens (Canada)
*"Chris Crusty" (1931-1940) by Charlie Plumb and Bill Counselman
*"Chris Welkin - Planeteer" (1952-1964) by Art Sansom and Russ Winterbotham
*"Cicero's Cat" by Al Smith
*"The Circus of P.T. Bimbo" (1975-1980) by Howie Schneider (USA)
*"Cisco Kid" (1951-1967) by Jose Luis Salinas and Rod Reed
*"Citizen Dog" (1995-2001) by Mark O'Hare (USA)
*"Citizen Smith" (1967-1984) by Dave Gerard
*"The City" (1990-) by Derf (John Backderf) (USA)
*"Clare in the Community" (2001?- ) by Harry Venning (UK)
*"Clarence" (1924-1948) by Crawford Young, and later Cady, Frank Fogarty, and Weare Holbrook
*"Clear Blue Water" (2004- ) by Karen Montague-Reyes (USA)
*"Cleats" (2001- ) by Bill Hinds (USA)
*"The Cloggies" by Bill Tidy (UK)
*"Close to Home" (1992- ) by John McPherson (USA)
*"College Roomies from Hell!!!" (1999-) by Maritza Campos - "webcomic"
*"Colonel Pottersby and the Duchess" (1935-1963) by Chic Young
*"Colonel Up and Mr. Down" (1934-?) by Walter Goetz (UK)
*"Color Blind" (1998-1999) by Orrin Brewster and Tony Rubino (USA)
*"Comedy Corner" (1961-1970)
*"Comikazi" (1996- ) by Anonymous Bosch (USA)
*"Committed" (1994- ) by Michael Fry (USA)
*"Compu-toon" (1994- ) by Charles Boyce (USA)
*"Conchy" (1970-1977) by James Childress (USA)
*"Condorito" (1949- ) by Pepo (René Ríos) (Chile)
*"Connie" (1927-1944) by Frank Godwin
*"Conrad" (1982-1986) by Bill Schorr (USA)
*"Cornered" (1996- ) by Mike Baldwin (Canada)
*"Count Screwloose of Tooloose" (1929-1934) by Milt Gross (USA)
*"A Couple of Guys" by Dave Brousseau (1996-present) (USA)
*"Cousin Juniper" (1945-1954) by Gus Edson
*"Cow and Boy" (2006- ) by Mark Leiknes (USA)
*"Crabby Road" by John Wagner and the Hallmark Cards, Inc. writing studios (1997-2002; continued as a web comic to the present) (USA)
*"Crankshaft" (1987- ) by Tom Batiuk and Chuck Ayers (USA)
*"Crawford and Morgan" aka "Crawford" (1976-1978) by Chuck Jones (USA)
*"Crazy Capers" (1968-1980) by various artists, including Frank Sematones
*"La crime ne paie pas" (1950-1970) by Paul Gordeaux (France)
*"Crock" (1975- ) by Bill Rechin and later Brant Parker and Don Wilder (USA)
*"Crosstown" (1935-1953) by Roland Coe
*"Cul de Sac" (2007- ) by Richard Thompson (USA)
*"Curbside" (1991- ) by Robert Kirby (USA)
*"Curly Kayoe" (1946-1960) by Sam Leff
*"Curtis" (1988-) by Ray Billingsley (USA)
*"Cuties" (1942-1970) by E. Simms Campbell

D

*"The Dailys" (1948-1957) by Stanley Link
*"Dan Dunn" (1933-1943) by Norman Marsh (USA)
*"Dark Shadows" (1971-1972) by Ken Bald (Credited as 'K. Bruce' due to contractual obligation) (USA)
*"" (1968-1974) by Al McWilliams and John Saunders (USA)
*"Dave's Delicatessen" (1931-?) by Milt Gross (USA)
*"David Crane" (1956-1972) by Win Mortimer and later Creig Flessel
*"Davy Crockett, Frontiersman" (1955-1972) by Jim McArdle
*"Davy Jones" (1961-1970) by Al McWilliams and Sam Leff
*"Day by Day" (2002- ) by Chris Muir (USA) - "webcomic"
*"Day Shift" (1953-1964) by Frank Adams
*"Days of Thunder" by Robert Lovely; originally "A Case in Point" by Robert Esmay (USA)
*"DeadMelvin and Butch" (1997-2005) by the Zanderman (USA) - "webcomic"
*"Debbie Deere" (1966-1969) by Frank Bolle (USA)
*"Deems" (1951-1980) by Tom Oka
*"Deflocked" (2008- ) by Jeff Corriveau (USA)
*"Dennis the Menace" (1951- ) originally by David Law (UK)
*"Dennis the Menace" (1951- ) by Hank Ketcham (USA)
*"Denver Square" (1997-2008) by Ed Stein (USA)
*"Desperate Desmond" (1910-1914), later titled "Dauntless Durham of the U.S.A." by Harry Hershfield (USA)
*"Dick Tracy" (1931- ) originally by Chester Gould (USA)
*"Dick's Adventures in Dreamland" (1947-1956) by Max Trell and Neil O'Keeffe
*"Dickie Dare" (1933-1958) originally by Milton Caniff
*"Diesel Sweeties" (online 2000- , in print 2007-2008 ) by Rich Stevens (USA)
*"Dilbert" (1989- ) by Scott Adams (USA)
*"Dinah Mite" (1958-1987) by Joe E. Buresch
*"Dinglehoofer und His Dog" (1930-1951) by H. H. Knerr
*"The Dinette Set" (1990- ), first titled "Suburban Torture", by Julie Larson (USA)
*"Dinosaur Comics" (2002- ) by Ryan North - "webcomic"
*"Disney Treasury of Classic Tales" (1952-1971), nominally by Walt Disney
*"Divot Diggers" (1929-1940) by Dick Dorgan, and later Vic Forsythe and Pete Llanuza
*"Dixie Dugan" (1929-1966) by J. P. McEvoy and John Striebel (USA)
*"Dizzy Dramas" (1929-1943) by Joe Bowers
*"Dr. Kildare" (1962-1983) by Ken Bald
*"Doctor Smock" (1975-1985) by George Lemont
*"Dog eat Doug" (2004- ) by Brian Anderson (USA)
*"Dok's Dippy Duck" (1917-1925) by John Hager (USA)
*"Don Winslow of the Navy" (1934-1955) by Frank V. Martinek and Leon A. Beroth (USA)
*"Donald Duck" (1938- ), nominally by Walt Disney, originally by Bob Karp and Al Taliaferro (USA)
*"Dondi" (1955-1986) originally by Gus Edson and Irwin Hasen (USA)
*"Doodles" by Steve Sack and Craig Macintosh
*"Doonesbury" (1970- ) by Garry Trudeau (USA)
*"Dot and Carrie" (1922-1962) by J. F. Horrabin (UK)
*"Dotty Dripple", later "Dotty" (1946-1973) by Buford Tune
*"Double Trouble" (1944-1953) by Bill McLean
*"Down the Road" (1925-1939) by W. E. Buck, and later Frank H. Beck
*"Downstown" (1974-1986) by Tim Downs (USA)
*"Drabble" (1979- ) by Kevin Fagan (USA)
*"Drago" (1945-1946) by Burne Hogarth (USA)
*"Dream of the Rarebit Fiend" (1904-1913) by Silas (Winsor McCay) (USA)
*"Drift Marlo" (1961-1971) by T. M. Levitt, Phil Evans, and Tom Cooke
*"The Dropouts" (1968-1981) by Howard Post
*"Duffy" (1982- ) by Bruce Hammond
*"Dumb Bells" (1925-1954) by Joe Cunningham and Gar Schmitt
*"Dumb Dora" (1924-1935) by Chic Young, and later Paul Fung and Bill Dwyer
*"Dunagin's People" (1970- ) by Ralph Dunagin
*"The Duplex" (1993- ) by Glenn McCoy (USA)
*"Dykes To Watch Out For" by Alison Bechdel

E

*"Eb and Flo" (1967-1986) by Paul Sellers
*"Edge City" (2001- ) by Terry LaBan and Patty LaBan (USA)
*"Eek and Meek" (1965-2000) by Howie Schneider (USA)
*"Eggers" (1987- ) by Lori Lee Landi
*"Egoland" (1984- ) by Ivar Gjørup (Denmark)
*"The Elderberries" (2004- ) by Phil Frank and Joe Troise (USA)
*"Ella Cinders" (1925-1961) by Bill Conselman and Charles Plumb, and later Fred Fox (USA)
*"Elmer" (1926-1956) by A. C. Fera, and later Doc Winner
*"Elsie Hooper" (2002-) by Robert D. Krzykowski (USA)
*"Elvis" (2000- ) by Tony Cronstam (Sweden)
*"Emmy Lou" (1951-1979) by Marty Links
*"Ernie" by Dave Gibbons (UK)
*"Ernie" by Bud Grace (USA) (see "The Piranha Club")
*"Etta Kett" (1925-1974) by Paul Robinson (USA)
*"Everyday Movies" (1924-1954) by various creators including Denys Wortman
*"Everyday People" (1999-) by Cathy Thorne
*"Executive Suite" (1985- ) by Jack Lindstrom and William Wells
*"Eyebeam" (1980-1990) by Sam Hurt (USA)

F

*"Fair Game" (1996- ) by Stephanie Piro (USA)
*"The Family Circus" (1960- ), first named "The Family Circle", by Bil Keane (USA)
*"Family Tree" (2007- ) by Signe Wilkinson (USA)
*"The Family Upstairs" (1910-1916) a.k.a. "The Dingbat Family" by George Herriman (USA)
*"Fan Fare" (1948-1972) by Walt Ditzen
*"The Far Side" (1980-1995) by Gary Larson (USA)
*"Farcus" (1991- ) by David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart (USA)
*"Farley" (1975-2007) by Phil Frank (USA)
*"Farming Today" (1983- ) by Ernie Riggs
*"Fat Cats" (1998- ) by Charlie Podrebarac (USA)
*"Fatty Finn" (1923-1933, 1951-1977) by Syd Nicholls (Australia)
*"Faux Pas, (2001- ) by Carspecken (USA)
*"Feiffer" (1959-1973) by Jules Feiffer
*"Felix the Cat" (1929-1946) by Pat Sullivan and later Otto Messmer and Joe Oriolo (USA)
*"Ferd'nand" (1937- ) originally by Mik (Henning Dahl Mikkelsen) (Denmark)
*"Fetus-X" (1999- ) by Eric Millikin
*"The 5th Wave" (1990?- ) by Rich Tennant (USA)
*"Figments" (1971-1994) by Jay Hair
*"Fisher" (1992- ) by Philip Street (Canada)
*"Flamingo" (1952-1985) by Matt Baker, and later Ruth Roche, John Thornton, Thorn Stevenson, and Ruth Schaefer
*"Flash Gordon" (1934- ) originally by Alex Raymond (USA)
*"Fletcher the 4-H'r" (1958-1986) by Joe E. Buresch
*"Flight Deck" (1998- ) by Peter Waldner (USA)
*"The Flintstones" (1962-1980) by Hanna-Barbera Productions; (1994- ) by creators unknown;
*"Flo & Friends" (2002- ) by John Gibel and Jenny Campbell
*"Flook" (1949-?) by Trog (Wally Fawkes) (UK)
*"The Flop Family" (1945-1981) by George O. Swanson
*"Flubs and Fluffs" (1966-1988) by Jerry Robinson (USA)
*"Flyin' Jenny" (1939 - 1946) by Russell Keaton (USA)
*"The Flying McCoys" (2005- ) by Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy (USA)
*"F Minus" by Tony Carrillo (USA)
*"Foolish Questions" (1908-1934) by Rube Goldberg (USA)
*"Footrot Flats" (1975-1999) by Murray Ball (New Zealand)
*"For Better or For Worse" (1979-2008 ) by Lynn Johnston (Canada)
*"For Heaven's Sake" (1991- ) by Mike Morgan
*"Forever Female" (1961-1974) by Dorothy Mylrea and later Eugene Craig
*"The Fosdyke Saga" (1971- ) by Bill Tidy (UK)
*"FoxTrot" (1988- ) by Bill Amend (USA)
*"Foxy Grandpa" (1900-1918) by C. E. Schultze (USA); (1930-1938) by Bunny Schultze
*"Francie" (1986-1996) by Sherrie Shepherd
*"Frank and Ernest" (1972- ) by Bob Thaves (USA)
*"Franka" by Henk Kuijpers (Netherland)
*"Frazz" (2000- ) by Jef Mallett (USA)
*"Freckles and His Friends" (1915-1973) by Merrill Blosser and later Henry Formhalls (USA)
*"Fred" (1983-1992) by Leonard Bruce and Charles Durck
*"Fred Basset" (1963- ) by Alex Graham (UK)
*"Freddy" (1956-1980) by Rupe, and later Robert Baldwin
*"Free Range" (2007- ) by Bill Whitehead (USA)
*"Freefall" - "webcomic"
*"Friday Foster" (1970-1974) originally by Jim Lawrence and Jorge Longaron (USA)
*"Fritz" (1982- ) by various creators including Fritz
*"Fritzi Ritz" (see "Nancy")
*"From Nine to Five" (1946-1971) by Jo Fischer
*"Frontiers of Science" (1962-1987) by Professor Stuart Butler and Robert Raymond (Australia)
*"Frumpy the Clown" (1996-1998) by Judd Winick (USA)
*"Funky Winkerbean" (1972- ) by Tom Batiuk (USA)
*"Funland" (1933-1979) by Arthur Nugent and later Art Nugent, Jr.
*"Funny Business" (1942-1956) by Ralph Hershberger; (1969-1979) by Rog Bollen
*"Funnyman" (1944) by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster (USA)
*"The Funsters" (1964-1986) by John Broudhecker
*"The Fusco Brothers" (1989- ) by J. C. Duffy (USA)
*"Fuzzy" (1983-1992) by Leonard Bruce

G

*"The Gambols" (1950- ) by Barry Appleby and Dobs Appleby (UK)
*"Gantz Glances" by Dave Gantz (USA)
*"Garfield" (1978- ) by Jim Davis (USA)
*"Garth" (1943-1997) originally by Steve Dowling, and later Frank Bellamy (UK)
*"Gasoline Alley" (1918- ) originally by Frank King (USA)
*"Gaturro" (1996- ) by Nik (Cristian Dzwonik) (Argentina)
*"Geech" (1982-2003) by Jerry Bittle (USA)
*"Gene Autry" (1941, 1952-1955) by Gene Autry and Bert Laws (USA)
*"General Protection Fault" (1998-) by Jeffrey T. Darlington - "webcomic"
*"Genius" (1978-1983) by John Glashan (UK)
*"George and Lynne" (1976- ) by Conrad Frost and Josep Gual (UK)
*"Get Fuzzy" (1999- ) by Darby Conley (USA)
*"Get Your War On" (2001- ) by David Rees (USA) - "webcomic"
*"Gil Thorp" (1958- ) originally by Jack Berrill (USA)
*"Gilman vs. The Rominator" (1990-1991) by Brian R. Boeckeler (USA)
*"Ginger Meggs" (1921- ) originally by J. C. Bancks (Australia)
*"Girligags" (1924-1939) by Clarence R. Gettier
*"The Girls" (1955-1988) by Franklin Folger
*"Girls & Sports" (1997- ) by Justin Borus and Andrew Feinstein (USA)
*"Girl Genius" (2005- ) by Phil Foglio and Kaja Foglio
*"Glamor Girls" (1945-1967) by Don Flowers
*"Gnorm Gnat" (1972-1977) - first strip by Jim Davis ("Garfield") (USA)
*"Go Fish" (2002- ) by J.C. Duffy (USA)
*"Gods of Arr-Kelaan" (2002- ) by Chuck Rowles and Steve Rowles - "webcomic"
*"Going Down" (1982-1992) by Leonard Bruce
*"Good News/Bad News" (1978-1992) by Henry Martin
*"The Good Old Days & Antique Fair" (1958-1980), also known as "The Good Old Days" and "The Good Old Days Antique Fair" by Erwin L. Hess
*"Goosemeyer" (1980-1983) by Brant Parker and Don Wilder (USA)
*"Gordo" (1941-1985) by Gus Arriola (USA)
*"Graffiti" (1969- ) by Gene Mora (USA)
*"Grand Avenue" (1999- ) by Steve Breen (USA)
*"Grandfather Clause" (2000-2001) by Chris Wright (USA)
*"Grandma" (1947-1968) by Charles Harris and later Doc Kuhn
*"Grandpa’s Boy" (1953- ) by Ann Mossler, and later Brad Anderson
*"Graves, Inc." Pat Brady
*"Grimbledon Down" by Bill Tidy (UK)
*"Grin and Bear It" (1932- ) originally by Lichty (USA)
*"The Grizzwells" (1987- ) by Bill Schorr (USA)
*"Grubby" (1964-1997) by Warren Sattler (USA)
*"Guindon" (1977-2005) by Dick Guindon (USA)
*"Gugun et Balidam" (2007) by Gugun Arief Gunawan (Indonesia)
*"Gumdrop" (1977-1988) by George Crenshaw, and later Foster Moore and Jerry Scott (USA)
*"The Gumps" (1917-1959) originally by Sidney Smith (USA)
*"Gun Law" (1956-1978) a.k.a. "Gunsmoke" by Harry Bishop (UK)
*"Gunner" (1974-1985) by Jose Luis Salinas and Alfredo Grassi, and later Lucho Olivera, Tobias, and Andrew Klacik

H

*"Hägar the Horrible" (1973- ) by Chris Browne; originally by Dik Browne (USA)
*"Hairbreadth Harry" (1906-1939) by C. W. Kahles, and later F. O. Alexander (USA); (1967-1972) by Joe Petrovich
*"Half Hitch" (1943-1946?, 1970?-1975?) by Hank Ketcham (USA)
*"Hans und Fritz" (see "The Katzenjammer Kids")
*"Happy Happy" (1982-1992) by Cosmus
*"Happy Hooligan" (1900-1932) by Frederick Burr Opper (USA)
*"Happy Musings" (2006- ) by Sally Huss (USA)
*"Harold Teen" (1919-1959) by Carl Ed (USA)
*"Harvey" by Caroll Spinney (USA)
*"Half Hitch" (1943-1946?, 1970?-1975?) by Hank Ketcham (USA)
*"Have Fun!" (1956-1976) by Lee Bryan, and later Rube Weiss
*"The Hawk" (1952-1985) by Bob Webb & Rob Maxwell
*"Hawkshaw the Detective" (1913-1922) originally by Bernard Dibble (USA)
*"Hazel" (1943-) by Ted Key (USA)
*"The Heart of Juliet Jones" (1953-2000) originally by Elliot Caplin and Stan Drake (USA)
*"Heart of the City" (1998- ) by Mark Tatulli (USA)
*"Heathcliff" (1973- ) by George Gately (USA)
*"Heaven's Love Thrift Shop" (2006- ) by Kevin Frank
*"Hector" (1951-1972) by Merrill Blosser, and later Henry Formhals and Fred Fox
*"Hejji" (1935) by Dr. Seuss (USA)
*"Helen, Sweetheart of the Internet" (1996-2005) by Peter Zane (USA)
*"Hello Carol" (1980-1981) by B.S. Johnson (USA)
*"Henry" (1932- ) originally by Carl Anderson (USA)
*"Henry Henpeck" (1949-1961) by Irv Hagglund
*"Herb and Jamaal" (1989- ) by Stephen Bentley (USA)
*"Herby" (1938-1960) by Walter Berndt
*"Here’s Mom" (1961-1970) by Isabel
*"Herman" (1950-1966) by Clyde Lamb
*"Herman" (1974-1992, 1997- ) by Jim Unger (Canada)
*"Hey, Mac!" (1982-1992) by Arthur S. Curtis, and later Mike H. Arens
*"Hi and Lois" (1954- ) originally by Mort Walker and Dik Browne (USA)
*"Hi-Lo" (1952-1962) by Daloisio
*"High Pressure Pete" (1927-1937) by George O. Swanson
*"Highlights of History" (1924-1941) by J. Carroll Mansfield
*"Hill Page" (1937-1960) by W. E. Hill
*"Hogan's Alley" (1895-1898) by Richard F. Outcault (also known as "The Yellow Kid") (USA)
*"Homer Hoopee" (1930-1954) by Fred Locher, and later Rand Taylor and Phil Berube
*"Honeydew" (1971-1983) by Henry Gaines Goodwin, Jr.
*"Horrorscope" (1990-) originally by Susan Kelso and Eric Olson (Canada)
*"Hossface Hank" (1955-1964) by Frank Thomas
*"The Hots" by Stephen Hersh and Nina Paley (USA)
*"Housebroken" (2003- ) by Steve Watkins (USA)
*"How Does It Work" (1962-1973) by Bruce Bailey
*"Howard Huge" by Bunny Hoest; originally by Bill Hoest (USA)
*"Howard the Duck" (1977-1978) by Steve Gerber and Gene Colan
*"Hubert" (1946-1992) by Dick Wingert
*"Hubert and Abby" (2003- ) by Mel Henze (Canada)
*"Hubert Henpec" (1952-1962) by Fantasio
*"The Humble Stumble" (2000-2008) by Roy Schneider (USA)
*"Humor without Words" (1952-1971) by Zoltan Forrai, and later Chumy

I

*"I Need Help" (see "Pardon My Planet")
*"Idea Chaser" (1969-1989) by Jerry Langell
*"If..." (1981- ) by Steve Bell (UK)
*"In the Bleachers" (1986- ) by Steve Moore
*"The Incredible Hulk" (1979-1982) by Stan Lee and Larry Lieber (USA)
*"Inkspinster" (2001- ) by Deco (I)
*"Ink Pen" (2005- ) by Phil Dunlap
*"Insanity Streak" (1995- ) by Tony Lopes (Australia)
*"Inside Woody Allen" (1976-1984) by Stuart Hample (USA)
*"Inspector Dayton" (1938-1950, 1974) by George Thatcher
*"The Inventions of Professor Lucifer Gorgonzola Butts, A. K." (1914-1964?) by Rube Goldberg (USA)
*"Invisible Scarlet O'Neil" (1940-1949) by Russell Stamm
*"It’s a Cockeyed World" (1948-1980) by Joe Kaliff
*"It’s a Fact" (1948-1959) by Tommy and later Jerry Cahill
*"It's Me Dilly" (1957-1960) by Alfred Andriola under the pseudonym Alfred James
*"It's Only a Game" (1957-1959) by Charles M. Schulz (USA)
*"It’s Papa Who Pays" (1930-1943) by Jimmy Murphy

J

*"Jack" (2001- ) by David Hopkins - "webcomic"
*"The Jackson Twins" (1950-1979) by Dick Brooks (USA)
*"James Bond" (1958-1977) originally by John McLusky (UK)
*"Jane" (1932-1959), first titled "Jane's Journal", by Norman Pett (UK)
*"Jane Arden" (1927-1968) originally by Monte Barrett and Russell E. Ross (USA)
*"Jane's World" (1998- ) by Paige Braddock (USA)
*"Jasso-kissa" by Jii Roikonen (Finland)
*"Jed Cooper" (1950-1960) by Rick Fletcher and Lloyd Wendt
*"Jeff Cobb" (1954-1975) US; continued to 1978 overseas by Pete Hoffman
*"Jeff Hawke" (1955-1974) by Sydney Jordan (UK)
*"Jeremy" by Jon Morris - "webcomic"
*"Jes’ Smith" (1953-1973) by Johnny Pierotti
*"Jim's Journal" (1988- ) by Scott Dikkers (USA)
*"Jinglets" (1926-1960) by Tommy and later Jerry Cahill
*"Joe and Asbestos" (1925-1966), first titled "Joe Quince", by Ken Kling (USA)
*"Joe Jinks" (1929-1953) also entitled "Joe’s Car", "Curley Kayoe", and "Davy Jones", by Vic Forsythe, and later Pete Llanuza, Sam Leff, and Henry Formhals (USA)
*"Joe Palooka" (1930-1984) originally by Ham Fisher (USA)
*"John Carter of Mars" (1941-1943) by John Coleman Burroughs (USA)
*"John Darling" (1979-1991) by Tom Batiuk (USA)
*"Johnny Comet" (1952-1953) by Frank Frazetta (USA)
*"Johnny Hazard" (1944-1977) by Frank Robbins (USA)
*"Johnny Reb and Billy Yank" (later Johnny Reb) (1956-1959) by Frank Giacoia (USA)
*"Johnny Wonder" (1970-1993) by Dick Rogers
*"Jojo" (1987-2005) by Geerts
*"Jommeke" (1955- ) by Jef Nys (Belgium)
*"Josephine" (1949-1968) by Robbie Robinson and later Elizabeth Brozowska and Charles Skiles
*"Josh Billings Sez" (1956-1976) by Rube Weiss
*"Judd Saxon" by Ken Bald
*"Judge Parker" (1952- ) originally by Nicholas P. Dallis (USA)
*"Julius" (1982-1994) by Joan, Harry, and Nelson
*"Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer" (1988- ) by Ben Katchor (USA)
*"Jump Start" (1989- ) by Robb Armstrong (USA)
*"Jungle Jim" (1934-1954) originally by Alex Raymond
*"Junior Whirl" (1974- ) by Hal Kaufman
*"Just Jake" (1938-1952) by Bernard Graddon (UK)
*"Just Kids" (1925-1949) by Ad Carter
*"Just the Type" (1946-1963) by Bob Dunn
*"Justin Time Tripper" (1983-1992) by Bruce Leonard and later Charles Durck

K

*"The K Chronicles" (1995- ) by Keith Knight (USA)
*"The Katzenjammer Kids" (1897- ) originally by Rudolph Dirks, longest running American comic strip (USA)
*"Kee's World" ("It's a Durian Life")(2005- ) by C. W. Kee (Malaysia)
*"Keen Teens" (1950-1960) by Stookie Allen
*"Keeping Up" (1925-1949) by Bill Hamilton
*"Keeping up with the Joneses" (1913-1945) by "Pop" Momand (USA)
*"The Kelly Kids" (1924-1939) by Collier
*"Kendall" (1964-1968) also entitled "Ringo", "Sheriff Kendall", "Ralph Kendall", "John Kendall", by Arturo Del Castillo (Italy)
*"Kerry Drake" (1943-1984) created by Allen Saunders and Alfred Andriola
*"Kevin and Kell" (1995- ) by Bill Holbrook (USA) -"webcomic"
*"Kevin the Bold" (1950-1971), titled "Up Anchor" after 1969, originally by Kreigh Collins and Jay Heavlin (USA)
*"The Kids" (1973-1986) by Joe E. Buresch
*"Kidspot" (1981- ) by Leo White and later Dick Rogers
*"Kiekeboe" (1977- ) by Merho (Robert Merhottein) (Belgium)
*"The Kin-der-Kids" (1906) by Lyonel Feininger (USA)
*"King Aroo" (1950-1965) by Jack Kent (USA)
*"King of the Royal Mounted" (1935-1953) by Zane Grey (USA)
*"Kit ’n’ Carlyle" (1980- ) by Larry Wright (USA)
*"Kitty Higgins" (1938-1973) by Frank Willard and later Ferd Johnson
*"The Knight Life" (2008- ) by Keith Knight (USA)
*"Krass & Bernie" (1976- ) by G. Trosley
*"Krazy Kat" (1910-1944) by George Herriman (USA)
*"Kronblom" (1927- ) by Elov Persson (Sweden)
*"Kudzu" (1981-2007 ) by Doug Marlette (USA)
*"Kyle's Bed & Breakfast" (1998- ) by Greg Fox (USA)

L

*"La Cucaracha" (2002- ) by Lalo Alcaraz (USA)
*"Ladies Day" (1959-1976) by Mady Merah and later Nellie Carrol and John Henry Rouson
*"The Ladies" (1945-1961) by Dorothy Bond
*"Laff-a-Day" (1936- ) by anonymous creators
*"Laff of the Week" (1949-1976) by Bob Barnes and later George Crenshaw and others; (1981- ) by Bill Murray;
*"Lance" (1955-1960) by Warren Tufts (USA)
*"Laredo" (1957-1967) by Bob Schoenke
*"The Larks" (1957-1970s) originally by Jack Dunkley (UK)
*"Larry’s World" (1970-1992) by Larry
*"Latigo" (1979-1983) by Stan Lynde (USA)
*"Laugh Parade" by Bunny Hoest and John Reiner (USA)
*"Laugh Time" (1968-1986) by Bob Schroeter
*"Laughing Matter" (1946-1974) by Salo
*"Laughs from Europe" (1964-1977) by various creators
*"Lavinia Laserblast" (Jan 3 1990-Apr 30 1993) by Robin Evans (UK, Evening Times)
*"A Lawyer, a Doctor, and a Cop" (2005- ) by Kieran Meehan
*"Least I Could Do" (2003-) by Ryan Sohmer and Trevor Adams "- webcomic"
*"Legal Limits" (1982-1992) by Larry Sturgis and Leonard Bruce
*"Leotoons" (1983-1992) by Bruce Leonard
*"Let the Wedding Bells Ring Out" (1924-1935) not attributed
*"Liberty Meadows" (1996-2001) by Frank Cho (USA)
*"Life in Hell" (1978- ) by Matt Groening (USA)
*"Life in the Suburbs" (1964-1994) by Al Smith
*"Life with the Rimples" (1961-1970) by Les Carroll
*"Life’s Like That" (1935-1977) by Fred Neher
*"Li'l Abner" (1934-1977, 1988) by Al Capp (USA)
*"Li'l Folks" (1947-1950) by Charles M. Schulz ("Peanuts") (USA)
*"Li’l Ones" (1925-1949) by Mel Lazarus and later Jim Whiting and Ned Riddle
*"Lindh-Mute Panel" (1983- ) by A. Lindh
*"Liō" (2006- ) by Mark Tatulli (USA)
*"Little Annie Fanny" (1962-1988, 1998- ) by Ray Lago and Bill Schorr; originally by Harvey Kurtzman and Will Elder (USA)
*"Little Annie Rooney" (1929-1966) originally by Brandon Walsh and Ed Verdier (USA)
*"The Little Bears" (1892-1896) by James Swinnerton (USA)
*"Little Brother Hugo" (1945-1973) by Frank King and later Bill Perry
*"Little Debbie" (1949-1961) by Cecil Jensen
*"Little Dee" (2004- ) by Christopher Baldwin (USA) - "webcomic"
*"Little Doc" (1950-1960) by Ving Fuller
*"Little Dog Lost" (2007- ) by Steve Boreman (USA)
*"Little Eve" (1954-1974) by Jolita
*"Little Farmer" (1925-1949) by Kern Pederson
*"Little Iodine" (1943-1986) originally by Jimmy Hatlo (USA)
*"Little Jimmy" (1904-1958), first titled "Jimmy", by James Swinnerton (USA)
*"Little Joe" (1933-1958?) originally by Ed Leffingwell (USA)
*"The Little King" (1934-1975) by Otto Soglow (USA)
*"A Little Leary" (1963-1986) by Bill Leary
*"Little Liz" (1952-1962) not attributed
*"Little Lulu" (1935-1970) by Marjorie Henderson Buell (USA)
*"Little Man" (1980- ) by Roy Salmon
*"Little Mary Mixup" (1917-1957) by R. M. Brinkerhoff (USA)
*"Little Miss Muffet" (1935-1956) by Fanny Y. Cory
*"Little Nemo in Slumberland" (1905-1914, 1924-1927) by Winsor McCay (USA)
*"Little Orphan Annie" (1924-1974) (renamed "Annie" (1979- )) originally by Harold Gray (USA)
*"Little Pedro" (1948-1974) by William de la Torre
*"The Little People" (1952-1969) by Walt Scott
*"Little Sport" (1949-1976) by John Henry Rouson
*"The Little Woman" (1953-1982) by Don Tobin
*"Live ‘n Laff" (1967-1976) by Rube Weiss
*"The Lockhorns" (1968- ) by Bunny Hoest and John Reiner; originally by Bill Hoest and William Carroll (USA)
*"Lola" (1999- ) by Steve Dickenson and Todd Clark (USA)
*"Lolly" (1955-1983) by Pete Hansen
*"The Lone Ranger" (1939-1970) originally by Fran Striker; (1980-1983) by Cary Bates and Russ Heath (USA)
*"Lonely Heart" (1968-1979) by Herc Ficklin
*"Long Overdue" (1989-1991) by John Long (USA)
*"Long Sam" (1954-1962) originally by Al Capp and Bob Lubbers (USA)
*"Looie" (1938-1960) by Martin Branner
*"Loose Parts" (1998- ) by Dave Blazek (USA)
*"Louie" (1947-1976) by Harry Hanan
*"Love & Laughter" (1925-1949) by Maria Molnar
*"Love Is..." (1970- ) by Kim Casali (USA)
*"The Lovebyrds" (1932-1941) by Paul Robinson
*"Luann" (1987- ) by Greg Evans (USA)
*"Lucky Cow" (2003-2008) by Mark Pett (USA)
*"Lumpy Gravy" by John Long (USA)
*"Lupo Alberto" (1974- ) by Guido Silvestri (Italy)
*"Luther" (197?-198?) by Brumsic Brannon, Jr.

References

* 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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