Top Ten Best Comic Strips
The Top Ten Best Comic Strips
Calvin and Hobbes is a comic that makes us turn back at our lives and say 'wow that's what I did when I was little' it makes us laugh and is very memorable. Long live Calvin and Hobbes
No matter what people say, the innocence and comedy Calvin and Hobbes offer is far better than any other strip.
Calvin and Hobbes was awesome, I remember my dad had a book of the comics and I would read them.
clever and witty at some times this comic strip can also be very deep and meaningful.
I love Garfield! My reasons: The starring character is a cat. The main characters, in 1 household, are the primary inhabitants of houses: a person, Jon; a dog, Odie; and a cat, Garfield. They're all great characters, fun, cute, and expressive. The strip is amazingly clever. My favorite comic strip by far. - Crwth
Garfield will always be my favorite comic strip because it is consistently hilarious without ever making reference to the economy or any political group that no one wants to hear about when looking for a laugh.
Garfield is one of the most recognizable comic strip animals of all time.
Woo Hop Garfield is the best comic ever ever I don't know anyone who would choose something except for them Calvin and Hobbes fans but who cares about them we need more people to vote for the fattest cat Garfield too be number one.
Peanuts reflected political satire in the mid- fifties, had a Family Circus-like theme in its earliest years, was truly believable and iconic in the late 50's and throughout the 60's and the early 70's (not to mention many sledding disaster strips that would later be reworked into Calvin and Hobbes), and was truly there just to brighten your face through the rest of the strip's run. In all assets, it had weirdness like the far side, political satire like Pogo and Doonesbury, spontaneity and meaning like Calvin and Hobbes, and has influenced every comic strip there is, in some way.
Peanuts is so much better than Calvin and Hobbes. The characters were more likeable, relatable, real. The topics of discussion - women's athletic talent, human decency - remain relevant in today's times. The strip was actually funny, which is more than I can say about Calvin and Hobbes. I just don't find mutant snowmen funny. The characters were unlikeable (Calvin was a monster, Hobbes was woefully underdeveloped, Susie was a little brat...) And Calvin and Hobbes has started to become forgotten in time while the Peanuts remain strong. A symbol for future generations. Schulz was truly inspirational and it shows in his work. His characters are immortal. Truly, the Peanuts bests all.
Charles Schulz provided such a wonderful insight into the innocence of his characters, this comic strip spawned the classic "A Charlie Brown Christmas", which won both an Emmy and a Peabody, and I personally loved that Schulz honored our veterans. Truly a class act, never to be matched.
I can relate to just about every Peanuts character that has been created. They all had unique personalities that are timeless. I can go back and read the strips from the 50's and enjoy them as much as the last strips that were written up to 2000.
Big Nate is hilarious! It also kind of has a story to it. I enjoy it.
Big Nate is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Lincoln Peirce. The strip is about a boy named Nate Wright, a rebellious and energetic sixth-grader, and his classmates and teachers. Nate is portrayed as a boy with little interest in studies or conforming to standards. Because of this, he often ends up in detention. Some of the staff at the school include Mrs. Godfrey (Nate's social studies teacher and chief faculty nemesis), art teacher Mr. Rosa, Principal Nichols, Mrs. Shipulski, and Mrs. Czerwicki. Nate's best friends include Francis Pope and Teddy Ortiz. In recent strips they formed a garage band named Enslave the Mollusk, which appears to have broken up.
Top 10 Comics (in my opinion)
2. Big Nate
3. Calvin and Hobbes
5. Beetle Bailey
7. Pearls before Swine
9. Breaking Fat News
10. Bloom County
Oh come on the books are hilarious and more funnier than The Wimpy Kid. All Greg does is repeating his life on how can he impress a girl or something but Nate does the same! But he does talk and do something new in every story. All Greg talks about is his brothers his friends and all of that no offense I really love The Diary Of A Wimpy Kid but at least make up something NEW! - JaysTop10List
This strip is hilarious, especially the Crocs:
Croc: Give wrestler fierce Spanish name: Donde esta el queso de mi padre!
Zebra: "Where is my father's cheese"? - KalloFox34
This is one of the best comics. I don’t like how its drawn now, with pig so fat and goat and zebras nose so narrow and rats nose so pointy, but I still read it every day. Its one of the few comics that still make me laugh.
I laugh every day because of this strip. What makes it unique is that Stephan Pastis puts himself into the comic, and not only that, but he makes himself a loser, also. It's hilarious. I love the Crocs and Rat the most. This is by far the funniest comic strip out there. - Grayson
Stephen Pastis is a genius! Rat, Pig, the Crocs (with cool accents) are all funny! Best comic ever! - Jammer196
this is my alltime favorite but I also like the peanuts and family circus - C-BEAR
Definitely the best comic I have ever read... Outrageously funny and clever! - Harrythagreat
This strip has been my favorite for years and years. Jason is my hero. It's the only reason I buy the Boston Globe.
As much as I love Calvin and Hobbes, this strip gets the edge by having such lovable, funny and 3-dimensional characters.
Ok come on, we all know Calvin and Hobbes is better, but this is 2nd.
We are living in a World full of constant annoyances and irritations, the farside manages to transform our constant troubles into pure heaven, and it does this because it is genius.
Looking for the meaning of irony. Read Far side!
Gary Larson Extends the meaning of Te ar Side 2 the next level!
I used to use these in my Speech Pathologist job + they are so funny 2!
I read my Dad's Way Of The Weasels copy aged 11 and it's still with me today.
This is the one comic strips that inspired office working class comedy of today! Without this comic strips, I seriously doubt that shows and movies that dealt with office situation comedy such as The Office and Office Space would ever the same as we all know it. Don't let this comic strips make you think that it's only appealing to office workers, instead it's for everybody who's able to get jokes, knows computers computers, and relate to work. To me, there was never a single day where Scott Adams failed to make me laugh ^^ that's why Dilbert has still is going over two decades since it begun.
The only reason this comic is not number one is that it's a smart comic; many people do not understand it.
With its great characters and funny strips, Dilbert is the best.
2. Calvin and Hobbes
3. Big Nate
4. the Far Side
This one should definitely be among the top ten. It has numerous things going for it: funny characters; funny situations; often concise writing; good drawing style; good characterizations. It is also the type of comic that should be on the list: a gag-a-day strip that also features some good, old-fashioned slapstick type humor. This strip also does not go to extremes with reality or fantasy; it is in the middle - another plus for this comic strip. However it went into a decline in the 1980's after unfortunate complaints about its humor. As a result, it was toned down and became more politically correct.
They're are 2 comics that are a bit too confuse to see but you may understand on what country is made for the strip.
British- Dennis is nothing but more of an anti-hero and a bad behaved schoolboy who completely terrorize and tortured the Softies, those effeminated boys and they're antagonist. Some of his companions like Jinx and Dodger are also bad behaved and their rivals are Bash Kids Street and some other gags. At the end he was disciplined by his parents with his (father) slippers.
American- Dennis is an innocent but more of a trouble maker who often made disastrous results over his neighbors and kids around him. Mr. Wilson, an earlier Squidward of this strip, is an innocent neighbor who loves to plant and he lives with his wife Mrs. Wilson,but Dennis often made a nice thing to him but only made a disastrous things happened.
So the result is that they're different.
And they're still exist until now but at least I read the comics on Google.
I saw the American movie it was awful that is not Dennis the Menace its just some blond kid.
Dennis in British is much better than this
Not my favorite comic, but really close!
The Adventures of Tintin is a wonderful comic book series by Herge. Sadly, he died before completing the last book. This is a series about a teenager called Tintin, his dog Snowy and his friend Captain Haddock. Tintin is a journalist but he is rarely seen submitting a story. Instead, he solves crime and is more of a detective than a journalist. Herge has combined suspense, drama and humor to make this wonderful series. I would recommend it for children aged 9+.
These comics are the best and full of adventure and thrills
I love it so many cases to solve
Good but not sure if it's a comic strip
As an avid comic strip fan, I have to say that much like C&H, Zits illustrates the workings of a young mind in a hilarious and truthful way. Parents and children alike can relate to the "ordeals" of Jeremy and his family.
A comic strip that applies to everyday life, and isn't cheesy, like 'Garfield' or 'Family Circus'.
One of the few comic strips that's still funny.
I love so many comics in this list, and the top 5 is quite good (except for Pearls before Swine)but I had to vote for Zits. The author and drawer really use the every-day situations, and family happenings. It deals with teenager-parent problems, and it always ends with a bit of laughter. And sometimes, maybe it isn't funny, but you can feel the depth inside this comic.
Best comic strip ever. Period end. Every character in this strip, including the ones that only show up occasionally, are not only quite relatable but very funny. The storylines are still hilarious. Comic strips just do not get better than Bloom County.
This is truly the best there is. Clever humor, unforgettable characters, and most of all, downright hilarious. Easily my favorite comic strip of all time.
Has always been my favorite. Gotta love Opus, Bill the Cat, Steve Dallas, Milo, and Binkley.
Greatest comic strip ever. Loved the characters and storylines. Insanely post-modern fun.
Ziggy is so uderrated on this list! Seriously, the graphics rock & this is Kieran Stark & Ivan Lau's top 2 most favorite comic book franchise with top 1 being the Calvin & Hobbes franchise. I agree with them, too.
HE DOESN'T WEAR PANTS
As good as the Clam got Hands
This is the only comic strip that never failed to make me laugh, and that's something.
That's what I'm talking about! It will b put in my franchise.
This is so evil lol
Walt Kelly's work laid the foundation for Calvin & Hobbes. An oldie but a goodie.
Best art of any comic strip ever. Way ahead of its time in content and intent. Behind Calvin and Hobbes, and Non Sequitur, it's my favorite.
hard to chose,but this is my favorite at the moment - MadTheSwine
Hands down the most entertaining strip ever
Great for those into word play and snark.
I'm 75 always have liked Blondie series but I think of it more as Dagwood series and not Blondie... Netflix has several films from the 40s statting Arthur Lake as Dagwood... Will make your day better...
One of my favorite!
I prefer Mario & Mega Man: World Collision over Sonic & Mega Man: Worlds Collide.
Very funny as two spies try to kill each other. It's more of action than words.
I remember this from my childhood
The ultimate comic strip. IF you're looking for adventure, combined with seriousness and a lot of witty humor, read the phantom! Most stories are a lot better than any action movie.
This is the best comic strip I have ever read. I Specially like the realistic nature of the comics. also the fantastic places that 21 generation of phantom and the adventure is simply fantastic
The best comic strip ever. Far more realistic than garfield and foxtrot and such. Always a good read. This should be at the top of the list.
I'm surprised and disappointed nobody has even mentioned this one. If we talk about newspaper comic strip, this is easily one of the best ones out there. Let's not ignore the genius of Calvin and Hobbes, or the huge influence of Peanuts, but Lio is truly a hidden gem. No dialogue at all. It is all explained through the action. And the dark humor is as great as it can be. From macabre to parody, this comic has it all. I'm serious. If you haven't read this story about the boy with the unusual pets and mischievous yet well intentioned heart, you're missing out.
How the hell isn't this higher?
I like this strip, its ok,PLUS ITS SONIC
This is pure bull. No wonder Pastis mocks this the most. - Drawbox
Should be number 1
Heck no! All the characters always think about getting crabby which is their true personality, Archie is spoiled, nobody would change their names completely, it wouldn't stop making Sonic & Mega Man comics, it wouldn't make Super Monkey Ball comics, & I hate them because they met Glee instead of Beavis & Butthead! So this should be on the very bottom of this damn list! Calvin & Hobbes should be ranked top 1! I'll bet Nintendo hates Archie Comics too, which is why there's no Archie Mario comic spin-offs, Archie Metroid comic spin-offs, Archie Kirby comic spin-offs & Archie F-Zero comic spin-offs & more! Then we wouldn't have minded the wack Archie Comics.
Archie Comics sucks ass. The only good series of Archie Comics is Super Duck.
I have read every single archie probly ever made they are the very best classic timeless! and awesome and this should be number 1!
Soon after the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles became extremely popular, comic strip publishing company Archie Comic Publications released a few of those comic books based off the animated series from the 80s. - playstationfan66
It's the original We Bare Bears
When was this a strip? - Goatworlds
One of my all-time favorites. I am a longtime fan of it since childhood. One of the funniest that I have read. I enjoy the drawing style, too. The early years were the best, while the 1990's was its worst decade because a lot of things were toned down and contained more dialogue. It has been funnier again now, and more life put back into it, since after new authors took it over by 2001.
My all time favorite comic strip, with its crisp visuals, classy protagonist and excellent stories.
Pisses on everything else on this list except for Calvin ^^ Hobbes and Peanuts
The Boondocks is definitely the funniest comic strip ever. Which other strp tales as many jibes at popular society than this?
My 2015 favorite comic strip. For the second year now I've bought a desk calendar with 365 daily Non Sequitur comics. It's the first thing I read each morning and it kick starts me on a lighter note.
The best comic strip I've ever had the pleasure to come across!
This comic copied Calvin and hobbes
Saw the list in the newspaper. To not include this strip is an insult to every one over 50 and there are a lot of us.
The older I get, the more relevant and humorous this strip becomes.
PICKELS IS GREAT. MY WIFE AND I ARE IN OUR SEVENTIES AND WE CAN RELATE IN MANY WAYS
I like how it reflects on roman history in a funny sort of way
Asterix is super underrated! Woo-er! - neehawgamer
Classics! - awesomedp900
ASTERIX SHOULD BE #4! HE IS AMAZING!
Fantastic. Hidden gem.
Gee, this could be at least top 5, not just top 52.
If only He-Man came back in 3-D.
P.S. Semen & the Masters of the Universe
Mutts comics are so awesome to read and enjoy I really think that mutts sould be on top and finally I think it's better than these comic strips because mutts is going to be turned into a full length feature movie by blue sky studios
This comic strip is funny and cute. I personally think it's better than a lot of these comic strips on this list