Category: Funny Comic Strips

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Not only are our comic strips funny, they’re also in public domain, so you can read them both legally and for free. They’re the best classic strips you’ll find. They feature clean and good-nature humor perfect both for kids and adults. Let me know if you like ’em. I’ve tried to pick only the best and funniest ones. So I hope you’ll enjoy these funny comics as much as I did. And if you do, please share them with your friends today. And bookmark this page now and come back for more funny comics later. I’ll be adding new ones. I’m sure you’ll like ’em too.

The first part of this page features interesting facts about the history of funny comic strips. The second part of this page features links to the best comic strips; they’re both funny and exciting.

7 Facts About The History Of Funny Comic Strips

1) The world’s longest comic strip is 88.9-metre (292 ft) long and on display at Trafalgar Square as part of the London Comedy Festival. The London Cartoon Strip was created by 15 of Britain’s best known cartoonists and depicts the history of London.
2) The longest-running American comic strips are: The Katzenjammer Kids (1897–2006; 109 years); Gasoline Alley (1918–present); Ripley’s Believe It or Not! (1918–present).
3) In the United States, the great popularity of comics sprang from the newspaper war (1887 onwards) between Pulitzer and Hearst.
4) The Little Bears (1893–96) was the first American comic strip with recurring characters, while the first color comic supplement was published by the Chicago Inter-Ocean sometime in the latter half of 1892, followed by the New York Journal’s first color Sunday comic pages in 1897.
5) Swiss author and caricature artist Rodolphe Töpffer (Geneva, 1799–1846) is considered the father of the modern comic strips. His illustrated stories such as Histoire de M. Vieux Bois (1827), first published in the USA in 1842 as The Adventures of Obadiah Oldbuck or Histoire de Monsieur Jabot (1831), inspired subsequent generations of German and American comic artists.
6) The first newspaper comic strips appeared in North America in the late 19th century.
7) The Yellow Kid is usually credited as one of the first newspaper strips. However, the art form combining words and pictures developed gradually and there are many examples which led up to the comic strip.
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Atomic Rabbit Comics #1

Atomic Rabbit Comics in this collection: 1. The Discovery (6 pages) This story features Atomic Rabbit before he got his superpowers. In the beginning, the two malicious sons of the town’s mayor chase him,...

Funny Comics: Atomic Mouse Comics #1

Atomic Mouse Comics on this page: 1) A Star Is Born The story of how Cimota Mouse became Atomic Mouse. It involves Count Gatto, the world famous magician, and his evil deeds, as well...

Comic Strips: Andy Hardy #2

Comic Strips on this webpage: 1. ‘I’ll let you try my water mask, Andy…’ (1 page) Andy dives underwater, but he does not realize he is being tricked. 2. ‘I’ll eat my toast on...

Funny Animal Comics #1

Funny Animal Comics in this collection: 1. Albert Takes the Cake (5 pages) Bumbazine bakes Pogo a birthday cake, but Albert tries to steal it. 2. Katonka Flies North (11 pages) A grateful goose...

Comic Strips: Andy Hardy #1

Comic Strips on this webpage: 1. ‘Here comes Joe Figby!’ (1 page) The biggest moocher in town Joe Bigby tries to persuade Andy Hardy to give him something. 2. ‘Elwood asked me to stop...

Comic Strips: Animal Adventures #2

Comic Strips on this webpage: 1. Ghost of a Chance (6 pages) Alphonso, the king of Lettuce-Land comes to visit Royal Rabbit King Karrott and his two kids. He wants to play tricks on...

Comic Strips: Animal Adventures #1

Comic Strips on this page: 1. Snaggin’ a Dragon (9 pages) Royal Rabbit King Karrott lives in idyllic kingdom and does not have a care in the world, except for his two kids. They...

Comic Strips: Atomic Bunny #3

Comic Strips on this webpage: 1. The Happy Vitamin (6 pages) Atomic Bunny travels to Annual Convention of Witch Doctors from Africa. Sly Fox follows her there and tries to steal ‘The Happy Vitamin’....

Comic Strips: Atomic Bunny #2

Comic Strips on this webpage: 1. ‘Pepo, Cucu, and the Map!’ (8 pages) Atomic Bunny meets the Pumpkin People and the Corn Creatures. 2. ‘Carrot Plot’ (5 pages) Sly Fox tries to take away...