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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, and Z.

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.  
Yanghunzi 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 author’s 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 Sevcik.
Western Sci-Fi Adventure filled to the brim with plot twists, devious characters, and Squatters on the weekends.  Daily.  
Zeno's Paradise by Larry Stone.
Professor Zeno Shapiro and sidekick Dijon the Armadillo break down the fourth wall in this irreverent comic strip.   Weekly.   
Ziggy 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.
Zits 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 beach-front property."
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.  

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Last Modified: April 21, 2003