Comic Strips Starting with the Letters X, Y, and Z
This page gives a full description of all comic strips starting with the letters X, Y,
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
- Yahtzee Takes On The
World by Ben Croshaw.
- An off-beat semi-serialised comic strip about Yahtzee,
a man who wants to take over the world, and his two cohorts - Rob,
bionic man, the product of bizarre scientific experiments, and Paul, a
sallow youth of low common sense.
and Shudaizi by Liu Jing.
- Editorial cartoon: Modern China Through the Eyes of a
Big Nose. Weekly.
- Yellow Kid Comics .
- On-line comics about skateboarding, surfing, and kung fu.
Cuss word advisory. Saturdays.
- You Can with Beakman and Jax by Jok Church.
Universal Press Syndicate.
- Science features for kids which have comic illustrations.
- You Damn Kid by Owen Dunne.
- Each week, a story from the authors childhood, told by a little boy
known only as You Damn Kid.
- ZAK by Allen Stupica. Hosted by Lund & Lund
- ZAK is the CAD/CAM supercomputer of the future, and his holographic defense system is by
no means virtual (can you say "sho-gun"?).
- ZAP! by Gabe Kastner.
- Computer-drawn comic for those who just want to laugh.
- Zap Jones by Caleb
- Western Sci-Fi Adventure filled to the brim with plot
twists, devious characters, and Squatters on the weekends.
- Zeno's Paradise by
- Professor Zeno Shapiro and sidekick Dijon the Armadillo break down the
fourth wall in this irreverent comic strip. Weekly.
by Tom Wilson. Universal Press Syndicate.
- Come see the daily strip or the good archive.
- Zippy the Pinhead by Bill Griffith.
King Features Syndicate. Hosted by The Gate.
- An odd strip which critiques life and our society. Daily.
by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman. King Features Syndicate.
- An odd strip, as you might guess by the following description: "Clumpville is a
city in the near-future. Its zany inhabitants live in small, clustered, family dwellings
with lawns for rooftops. A vast network of underground tunnels function as shopping malls,
recreation areas, and mass transit conduits. Teens hang out in tunnels to nowhere.
Clumpville is perched on the edge of a cliff, but it wasn't always that way. This city is
the literal answer to those people who predict that "one day Arizona will be
- Zoion College by John Barberio
- College Cartoon. With Animals. Lamar (The Rabbit), sarcastic cynical
computer nerd. Studemont (The Dog), everyman's dog. Elane Myre (The Mouse), Lab Geek, kind
hearted, a litle naive. Doc Bryant (The Wolf), Evil Evil Tutor.