Jim Davis created "Garfield." Davis first sold "Garfield" to a newspaper in 1978. By 1990, the strip had won him all the major national cartoon awards. In 2015, the Guinness Book of Records recognized "Garfield" as the b... More »

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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 ... More »

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Popular names for female kittens include Angel, Mittens, Charlie, Milkshake and Oreo. Popular names for male kittens include Toby, Mikesch, Oliver, Leo and Milo. Many of these names are derived from factors including the... More »

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The most popular comic strip with a recurring theme of math is xkcd. It is the only one regularly published and presented in a standard comic format. Other math related comic strip collections include Comic Math and Spik... More »

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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 ... More »

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Garfield is an orange, tabby-patterned cat. His breed is the exotic shorthair. Garfield is known for his love of lasagna, as well as being overweight and lazy. More »

The comic strip character Garfield, created by Jim Davis, is an overweight ginger tabby cat. Garfield lives with his owner, Jon Arbuckle, and Jon's dog Odie. More »