Top Ten Worst Comic Strips EverDrawbox While the world gives us cool strips, like Bloom County, Pearls Before Swine, and Calvin and Hobbes, we get a few bad strips as well. If you think there's a strip I missed, feel free to add one. And th
The Top Ten
The best (and only good) strip was the one with the pipe
I feel Garfield was in its prime from around 1980 to 2000. That 20 year stretch was when Garfield was original and humorous. Nowadays, I just don’t laugh at it anymore like I did when reading the older comics. It’s just not the same. - PackFan2005
Garfield is trash today compared to good strip that made us laugh in the 90s. - Drawbox
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Well, despite some kids asking dumb questions, the style was great and the circular panel was legit. Screw the box panel, I'll take the circle. Also, it was heartwarming, funny at the times, and sometimes dark. So this strip was popular but not that bad. Just imagine you see that fictional comic strip from Diary Of The Wimpy Kid: Dog Days and it still the same. No wonder why they hated the strip all because of making fun of religion, asking too much questions, etc. So I will give this strip a chance and make U.S Acres to be number one instead.
I don't know anyone who even likes this strip, really it's just kids asking really dumb questions. - Drawbox
Without a doubt the lamest, most consistently unfunny experience on the comics page.
Is pretty boring. - Drawbox
It didn't even focus on Charlie Brown even though Schulz said that it should focus on him. It focused on that stupid beagle. - Drawbox
I think it's pretty good, but it's just my opinion and I respect yours. - Drawbox
I didn't even add it to the list. Check my remix first, before commenting. - Drawbox
What the hell is this?
Poorly drawn strip.
Every strip has pretty much one of three punchlines: Jeremy is lazy, Jeremy is annoyed by his parents or Jeremy is a slob. The tired old gag of Jeremy being a millennial teenager needs to die.
Blondie did great back in the 30's to 90's but the strip today was current and the characters did'nt get aged (and the Bumstead kids are still in high school until now) but some of them has other pop culture reference (such as Justin Beiber or any celebrities, social medias, etc.). But sadly, it gets really worst that the strip changed thanks to modernization but the strip remained popular and iconic. But don't tell me that The Dagwood Sandwhich will become the next meme (oh gosh don't). Every strip remained good and this list was pointless and pathetic. And how is Family Circus was number 1 in this list. Take U.S Acres to be number one instead.
Hey, this was one of my first lists. I myself hate it. And yes, I wish U.s Acres was first. - Drawbox
This dumb strip is really just about animals doing random crap. That is just it. - Drawbox
This is'nt a strip but more of a webcomic. This comic is just pointless by doing random adults doing something crappy.
This comic was basically trying to cash in on the trend of "cutesy" things that were popular in the 80s (Care Bears, Strawberry Shortcake, My Little Pony, etc.). It's worth noting that not once did the strip even attempt to tell a joke-the entire goal was to try and get people to buy stuff because the bears were cute.
You have to go back years just to find a storyline
It's not always funny anymore!
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