What’s In Your Top 5?

Top 5 Favorite Comic StripsToday is the 61st anniversary of when Charles Schulz’s iconic comic strip Peanuts debuted. His work was originally printed in seven newspapers back in 1950 and quickly syndicated in numerous papers all over the world (visit the Schulz Museum for more great information). Peanuts was funny, thought-provoking, and sentimental; something of which all comic strips should try to follow. So in honor of of this anniversary, I thought I would list my top 5 favorite comic strips. Let me know what your favorites are by commenting below.

1. Peanuts by Charles Schulz

2. Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson

3. Garfield by Jim Davis

4. The Far Side by Gary Larson

5. Dilbert by Scott Adams


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Kelli Smith is a bookmobile librarian who helps bring the library to you. She also works with partners to coordinate community movie events including Movie on the Lawn and Silents in the Cathedral.

2 thoughts on “What’s In Your Top 5?

  1. In my opinion, The Far Side is the funniest comic strip of all time. Nothing else even comes close. Of course, that’s just my opinion.

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