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Comic Strips Starting with the Letter A

This page gives a full description of all comic strips whose title starts with the letter A. If there is no title, then the cartoonist's last name is indexed.

Full descriptions for other letters: A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K-L-M-N-O-P-QR-S-T-UV-W-XYZ

3D Adventure Science Fiction by Dennis Reinhardt.
This science fiction story is illustrated with 3D images and follows the events of a mind-linked ant race that meets a vision-driven race. Overall, a cool use of 3D technology. Weekly.
3D Comic Strip by Roland Napoli and David Simon.
Sci-Fi alien, weekly cartoon done in 3D about two alien students who accidentally crash-land here while studying our planet for a class project.
3 Guys Who Draw by John Blair Moore, Larry Nolte and Roy Smith.
A variety pack of strips and panels from each guy. Also has "Meanwhile . . . " a daily web-opera strip with "3 plots on a collision course to excitement, intrigue, and confusion." 
9 Chickweed Lane by Brooke McEldowney. United Feature Syndicate.
Cute syndicated strip about a 90's family.
A Chipmunk and a Lizard by J. Thayer & H. August.
Where a chipmunk and a lizard sit on a rock and talk.
Aaargh! Daily Gibbletoon by Dan Gibson.
A daily cartoon feature from Gibbleguts free comic EZine. Gibbletoons is a single panel daily toon with an off the wall slightly bent style of humor. 
A !RandyZ Cartoon Corner
Several different "provocative and advanced cartoons," including Cartoon of the week, Locals Only Cartoon, Informal Survey Cartoon, and Technician's Corner Cartoon. . 
ABC Toon Center by Jack Armstrong.
The ABC TOON CENTER is a site to see, Hoot, Kat & their friends all live in a tree. They are out to build a better world from the inside out! For the young and young at heart. 
Abby’s Menagerie by Jenni and Barry Gregory.
Abby’s Menagerie is an online, full color, comic strip following the adventures of a zookeeper as she discovers extinct animals mysteriously reappearing all around her.  Mon-Fri. 
A Bit Off by Tom Lucier and Jason Sheardown.
There are no main characters in our comic. We use a variety of people, places, professions and animals. These ideas include role reversals, puns, an anthropomorphic animal world, historical issues, and other random concepts.  Daily.  
Academia Nuts by Huw Williams.
This ‘97 daily strip pokes fun at the cartoonist’s alma mater, Purdue University. An over-achieving physicist, a pony-tailed, sandal-wearing liberal artist, an athletics nut, and a smart-talking robot round out the cast.  
Acelex by MikeY.
Recent university grad looking for a job, a life, and a girlfriend. His results aren't good, and he is quite cheeky, clumsy and dopey.   Focus on everyday life and events ... just a bit exaggerated!!  Weekly.  
Adam@Home by Brian Basset. Universal Press Syndicate.
Come see the daily strip or the good archive.
Adventures of Cocky And Spunky by Gregg Hungerford.
This strip is, quite literally, pictures of road-kill who are talking to each other. 
Adventures of Joe the Circle
Action! Adventure! Exciting plot twists! Sadly, Joe the Circle has none of these things, but it does feature the exploits of a circle, a triangle, a hallucinating flying fish, and a Boobian (don't ask) as they explore the universe. Much violence typically ensues.
Adventures of Mayberry Melonpool, The by Steve Troop.
Three aliens, a telepathic dog and a five-foot-tall, 220-lb. hamster crash on Earth in a ship resembling a 108-ft mallard and get culture shock because it's nothing like TV. Very cute and well done. 
Aford by Aaron Riddle.
Daily comic strip following the adventures of a turtle and his forest pals Simon Snake and Robin as they live and learn in the woods they call home.  MWF.  
Ag and Science Cartoons by Jack Zakour.
Panels about agriculture and science.
Alex PDQ, a kid’s eye view of dyslexia by David Brown.
An edgy comic strip about an eight yearold with dyslexia, and how it affects him.
ALEX...The Librarian by Alex Krentzin.
Drawn by a real librarian, this comic strip deals with the everyday goings on in and out of the library in an absurd manner!   Monthly.  
All About Eda by John Bell.
Two whacky guys, Rick and Mark, having ludicrous adventures through space, time, and New Jersey. A comic for people with better things to do than read. Mondays.
Alley Oop by Dave Graue and Jack Bender. Newspaper Enterprise Association, Inc.
A strip which "revolves around Alley Oop who travels from prehistoric Moo all the way to the 21st century in his friend Doc Wonmug's time machine." Syndicated daily.  
AlumFalls by Damon Rarey.
Amazing Montage Press by Joe Zabel & Gary Dumm. Art Comics Syndicate.
This serialized series consists of murder, mystery, and strangeness in which you will be impressed if you are a lover of Good Art.
Amazing Spiderman by Stan Lee. King Features Syndicate.
America At Work by Carol Estelle and Bob Simpson.
These editorial cartoonists fire off pro-labor cartoons aimed at "America's corporate establishment and its wholly owned subsidiary, the U.S. Government." Bi-weekly. 
American Political Cartoonery by Chris Hiers.
Andy Capp by Reg Smythe.  King Features Syndicate.
Andy's Comic
Student comic strip about students. Good archive. In German.
Anfypaint by Fabio Ciucci.
This innovative site uses Java to permit viewers to draw online and then submit their creations. 
Angelspeake by Guy Gilchrist.
Religious-inspired panel with beautifully drawn angels and inspirational messages of the "BLESSINGS, LOVE and INNER STRENGTH that is YOURS." Weekly. 
Angst Technology by Barry Smith.
About life in a computer game company. Coffee,  monkeys, ninjas ... oh my!  Daily.  
Apartment 3-G by Brian Kotzky and Lisa Trusiani.  King Features Syndicate.
A.P.E. Force by Marcus Shockley.
Featuring an elite squad fighting crime in Jungletown! 
Are We Dysfunctional Yet? by Randy Glasbergen.
Are We Dysfunctional Yet? is a hilarious and slightly twisted new book of cartoons about moms, dads, kids and the stressful side of modern family life! There are several killer-funny samples posted.
Argon Zark by Charley Parker.
An adventure comic about the Net.
Arlo & Janis by Jimmy Johnson. Newspaper Enterprise Association, Inc.
A strip about "a couple of '60s kids trying to raise their son in the '90s."  Syndicated daily.  
Armpit Symphony and Other Cartoons by Randy Glasbergen.
Professional offbeat panel cartoons. An archive of six color samples. Can order more.
Art Comics Daily by Bebe Williams. Hosted by Art Comics Syndicate.
Odd panel sometimes starring Bobby Ruckers. Monday thru Sat.
Art Comics Art Comics Syndicate.
"Independent comics for the Internet." An online syndicate with Bobby Ruckers, Flashers!, THRINGst, Showcase, Art Comics Daily, and Groups. Monday thru Sat. See Snobs for a page with all of the day's comics. 
The Art Department by Michael Smull.
The Art Department is a weekly web comic strip based on several wacky characters that work in an in-house art department for a Promotional Advertising company.
Ask Shagg E. Dawg Phd. by Peter Guren. Creators Syndicate, Inc.
Shagg and his buddy's give correct answers (with a humorous twist) to actual audience questions about pets and other animals. 
Aurora Web Syndicate.
A new web syndicate dealing with comic strips and feature columns. It tries to be as creator-controlled as humanly possible. "By Creators. For Creators."
Auth, Tony
Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist for The Philadelphia Inquirer; syndicated by Universal Press Syndicate. Large archive with new strips available on a two week delay.


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Last Modified: April 21, 2003