Comics

Adam

Fatherhood in the frenetic '90s with all the trials, tribulations and humor inherent to the "profession."

The Argyle Sweater

"The Argyle Sweater" presents a surreal, hilarious (and sometimes punny) look at the world you think you know.

Boondocks

A few years ago, Aaron McGruder, a young college student dissatisfied with both college and the comic-book world, decided to create a comic strip inspired by his love of hip-hop culture that reflected the true racial diversity and complexity of the world in which he lived. The result was "The Boondocks," the story of a group of African-American city kids adjusting to life in white suburbia.

Doonesbury

The first comic strip to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize, denounced on the floor of Congress, regularly moved to the editorial page, and criticized and praised from every point across the political spectrum, Doonesbury has made Trudeau an important voice in the ongoing national conversation.

For Better Or For Worse

Marriage, love, relationships, childhood and big furry lovable dogs. Lynn Johnston's wonderfully drawn and often touching comic makes you laugh and sometimes even cry a little.

FoxTrot

Wackiness abounds as sisters and brothers square off with mothers and fathers in the land of the FoxTrot.

Garfield

Everyone's favorite cat lounges around and cracks wise as Jon, Odie and various mice and spiders orbit through his universe. Big cat, big laughs, big, fat, hairy deal.

In The Bleachers

Bizarre and left-field humor fills one panel of sheer comic page fun. Satisfies your need for a Gary Larson fix.