Bottomliners (2001-2012)
Bottomliners (2001-2012)
English | CBR | 12 Issues | 137.33 MB

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.
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Big Nate - All Work and No Play (2012)
Big Nate - All Work and No Play (2012)
English | CBR | 144 pages | 186.47 MB

Already a New York Times best-seller, it's two firsts in one for a Big Nate book! The first Sundays-only and first full-color Big Nate collection both debut in Big Nate All Work and No Play. Enjoy more than two years of Sunday cartoons, portraying the colorful life of Nate Wright. This spunky eleven-year-old holds the school record for detentions and is in little chance of losing that distinction, but that doesn't stop him from dreaming big!
He's a self-described genius, a sixth-grade renaissance man, and a full-fledged believer in his future as a cartoonist. Equipped with a No. 2 pencil and the unshakable belief that he is No. 1, Nate fights a daily battle against overzealous teachers, undercooked cafeteria food, and all-around conventionality.
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Apartment 3-G (1997-2012)
Apartment 3-G (1997-2012)
English | CBR | 16 Issues | 755.76 MB

Apartment 3-G is an American newspaper soap opera comic strip about a trio of career women who share the eponymous Apartment 3-G in Manhattan. Created by Nicholas P. Dallis with art by Alex Kotzky, the strip began May 8, 1961, initially distributed by the short-lived Publishers Syndicate, which soon merged with King Features Syndicate.
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Gasoline Alley (2005-2012)
Gasoline Alley (2005-2012)
English | CBR | 8 Issues | 270.75 MB

Gasoline Alley is a comic strip created by Frank King and currently distributed by Tribune Media Services. First published November 24, 1918, it is the second longest running comic strip in the US (after The Katzenjammer Kids) and has received critical accolades for its influential innovations. In addition to inventive color and page design concepts, King introduced real-time continuity to comic strips by showing his characters as they grew to maturity and aged over generations.
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Annie Vol. 2 - Springtime in Ratznestistan & Bones of the Yucatan (2013)
Annie Vol. 2 - Springtime in Ratznestistan & Bones of the Yucatan (2013)
English | CBR | 102 pages | 80.34 MB

Artist Ted Slampyak and writer Jay Maeder are responsible for the strips in Volume 2, published between January 27, 2005 and June 20, 2005. In these stories, Springtime In Ratznestistan and Bones of the Yucatan, Ted's work for Annie truly matures into his own unique style - while still retaining a Gray-like sensibility and a nod to Herge's "ligne claire" technique. Jay Maeder reprises his role as tale spinner of all things Annie. Jay's Annie is just as honest, sassy and adventurous as the original who helped sink a Nazi submarine off the coast of the good old USA in the 1940s.
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Annie Vol. 1 - The Phantom Commando & The Queen of the Martian Iguanas (2012)
Annie Vol. 1 - The Phantom Commando & The Queen of the Martian Iguanas (2012)
English | CBR | 135 pages | 113.24 MB

Little Orphan Annie is back to fight injustice in the 21st century! She's called Annie now and her adoptive father, Oliver Warbucks (don't call him Daddy), is a buff billionaire in the risk-seeking mold of Elon Musk or Larry Ellison. Sometimes chaperoned by Warbucks' ace flyer Amelia Santiago, Annie and her canine companion Sandy find their way into thrilling and often dangerous adventures.
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Rex Morgan (1996-2012)
Rex Morgan (1996-2012)
English | CBR | 17 Issues | 773.81 MB

Rex Morgan, M.D. is an American soap-opera comic strip, created in 1948 by psychiatrist Dr. Nicholas P. Dallis under the pseudonym Dal Curtis. It maintained a readership well over a half-century, and in 2006 it was published in more than 300 U.S. newspapers and 14 foreign countries, according to King Features Syndicate. The strip's look and content was influenced by the work of Allen Saunders and Ken Ernst on Mary Worth. In 2008, Rex Morgan, M.D. celebrated its 60th year in print.
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Crock (1996-2012)
Crock (1996-2012)
English | CBR | 17 Issues | 488.25 MB

Crock (1975 - May 20, 2012) is an American comic strip created by Bill Rechin and Brant Parker depicting the French Foreign Legion. Distributed by King Features Syndicate, the strip began in 1975 and ended in May 2012. As of January 2012, it appeared in 250 newspapers in 14 countries.
Don Wilder took over the writing duties in 1976 as Parker returned his focus to The Wizard of Id. Following the death of Bill Rechin in May 2011, the strip was drawn by Kevin Rechin and written by Bob Morgan, who is Rechin's brother-in-law. Publication of new Crock strips ended with the May 20, 2012, Sunday comic, though reprints of older strips by Bill Rechin will continue to run until at least 2015.
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Tank McNamara (2003-2012)
Tank McNamara (2003-2012)
English | CBR | 10 Issues | 249.83 MB

Tank McNamara is a daily syndicated comic strip written by Jeff Millar and illustrated by Bill Hinds. The strip debuted in 1974. Hinds took over writing after the death of Millar in late November 2012 due to bile duct cancer.
The title character is a local sports television reporter who used to be a defensive lineman in the National Football League, hence his name (whether nickname or given name is unclear). The strip focuses primarily on contemporary American athletics, which allows it to remain topical and also to dabble in related subjects such as politics and social issues.
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Buz Sawyer (1947-1949)
Buz Sawyer (1947-1949)
English | CBR | 3 Issues | 82.72 MB

Buz Sawyer was a popular comic strip created by Roy Crane and highly regarded by comic strip historians. Distributed by King Features Syndicate, it had a long run from November 1, 1943 to 1989. The last strip signed by Crane was dated 21 April 1979.
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On A Claire Day (2006-2012)
On A Claire Day (2006-2012)
English | CBR | 7 Issues | 155.57 MB

On a Claire Day is an internationally syndicated comic strip created by Henry Beckett and Carla Ventresca and launched in 2006.
It is based around the life of fictional character Claire Bennett, an insecure and naive young woman, who has left her parents' home to live on her own. She is accompanied by her dog Bradley and visits frequently with Sammi, her elegant, financially savvy, and impatient best friend; Jeff, her guy's guy neighbor, who's happy working construction and doesn't understand Claire's ambition or life issues; her "out there" Oprah-fanatic mom and her "work hard or you're worth nothing" dad; and the perfect neighbors, Pasha and James, who seem to do everything with an ease and flair Claire can't achieve or imagine possessing herself.
On a Claire Day is distributed by Creators Syndicate in Los Angeles. It runs in many newspapers around the country and is being developed into a television show.
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Baldo (2000-2012)
Baldo (2000-2012)
English | CBR | 13 Issues | 277.94 MB

Baldo is an American comic strip written by Hector Cantú and illustrated by Carlos Castellanos. It was launched in April 2000.
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Toby Gard's Otherworld #1-3 + Media (2010-2011)
Toby Gard's Otherworld #1-3 + Media (2010-2011)
English | CBR | 4 Issues | 50.89 MB
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Hell Lost Vol. 1 (2013) (Webcomic)
Hell Lost Vol. 1 (2013) (Webcomic)
English | CBR | 242 pages | 33.15 MB
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U.S. Acres (2012)
U.S. Acres (2012)
English | CBR | 304 pages | 45.72 MB

U.S. Acres (known as Orson's Farm outside the United States) is a comic strip that originally ran from 1986 to 1989, created by Jim Davis, author of the popular comic strip Garfield.The strip was relaunched as an online webcomic on October 1, 2010 the date going back to March 3, 2010.
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Mary Worth (1996-2012)
Mary Worth (1996-2012)
English | CBR | 17 Issues | 775.59 MB

Mary Worth is a newspaper comic strip, which has had a seven-decade run since it began in 1938 under the title Mary Worth's Family. Distributed by King Features Syndicate, this pioneering soap opera-style strip had an influence on several realistically drawn continuity strips that followed.
Mary Worth evolved from Apple Mary, a successful comic strip created in 1932 by Martha Orr, about an elderly woman who sells apples around her neighborhood. The earlier Apple Mary was taken over and renamed by artist Dale Conner, who had previously been Martha Orr's assistant. Later, when Allen Saunders signed on as the scripter, the strip appeared under the pseudonym "Dale Allen", a combination of the collaborators' given names. The strip reached its apex under Saunders and artist Ken Ernst. The title was shortened in 1942 when Ernst succeeded Conner. It was also published briefly by Harvey Comics as Love Stories of Mary Worth (1949-50).
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Slylock Fox - Comics For Kids (1996-2012)
Slylock Fox - Comics For Kids (1996-2012)
English | CBR | 17 Issues | 607.19 MB

Slylock Fox & Comics for Kids is a daily comic strip created by Bob Weber Jr. and published by King Features Syndicate. Bob Weber Jr. is the son of Bob Weber, Sr., creator of the comic strip Moose & Molly. As the comic's name implies, the target audience is young children. According to the official website, Slylock Fox & Comics For Kids appears in nearly 400 newspapers with a combined readership of over 30 million.
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Drabble (2005-2012)
Drabble (2005-2012)
English | CBR | 8 Issues | 318.62 MB

Drabble is an internationally syndicated comic strip that appears in about 200 newspapers. Kevin Fagan created the strip in 1979 and still remains the sole writer and artist. The strip centers on the Drabble family.
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The Little King (1944-1946 Sundays)
The Little King (1944-1946 Sundays)
English | CBR | 3 Issues | 19.14 MB

The Little King was a comic strip created by Otto Soglow, famously telling its stories in a style using images and very few words, as in pantomime.
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Mark Trail (1996-2012 Sundays)
Mark Trail (1996-2012 Sundays)
English | CBR | 17 Issues | 731.72 MB

Mark Trail is a newspaper comic strip created by the American cartoonist Ed Dodd. Introduced April 15, 1946, the strip centers on environmental and ecological themes. In 2006, King Features syndicated the strip to nearly 175 newspapers.
When Mark Trail began, it was syndicated through the New York Post in 1946 to 45 newspapers. Dodd, working as a national parks guide, had long been interested in environmental issues. The character is loosely based on the life and career of Charles N. Elliott (November 29, 1906 – May 1, 2000), at the time a U.S. forest ranger who edited Outdoor Life magazine from 1956 to 1974. Dodd once said that the physical model for Trail was John Wayt, his former neighbor in north Atlanta.
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