Top 10 Newspaper Comic Strips

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6. Fox Trot
Fox Trot

Bill Amend wrote and illustrated the American comic strip, Fox Trot. The strip revolves around the daily lives of the Fox family, an American family consisting of the parents, Roger and Andy and three children, Peter, Paige and Jason. It covers varied subject matter including pop-culture fads and popular consumer products.


7. The Phantom
The Phantom comic strip

This famous American adventure comic strip was originally created by Lee Falk and later adapted to alternative forms of media, including film and television. It was about a costumed crime fighter operating from the African jungle. At the peak of its popularity, the strip was read by over a hundred million people every day.


8. B.C.
B.C. comic strip

Created in 1958, B.C. is an American newspaper comic strip written and illustrated by Johnny Hart. It is set in prehistoric times and features cavemen and animals from various geologic eras. It is among the longest-running strips still produced by its original creator.


9. Dilbert
Dilbert comic strip

Dilbert is an American comic strip written and drawn by Scott Adams. Dilbert revolves around the namesake main character who is an engineer. The comic strip is replete with satirical office humor about a micromanaged office. Dilbert has also been featured in books, TV shows, computer games etc., as well as in plenty of other Dilbert-themed merchandise.


10. Zits
Zits comic strip

Written by Jerry Scott and illustrated by Jim Borgman, Zits is about the life of Jeremy Duncan. A 16-year old junior at high school, Jeremy tries to balance his life while he struggles through school projects, hangs out with his friends and practices to become a ‘Rock God’. The strip features a variety of supporting and core characters.

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