Popular daily comic strips include "Peanuts" by Charles Schulz, "Garfield" by Jim Davis and "Dilbert" by Scott Adams. Shulz began producing "Peanuts" comic strips in 1950 and stopped when he retired in 2000. Reprints of "Peanuts" comics continue to appear daily in multiple newspapers and on GoComics.com.
Davis' "Garfield" comic strip debuted in 1978. It chronicles the life of the title character, Garfield, a fat, lazy, food-obsessed cat, and his socially inept owner, Jon Arbuckle. Adams' "Dilbert" comic strip first appeared in 1989. It follows the titular white-collar office worker and offers a humorous, satiric view of corporate and workplace politics.