List of comic strips

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The following is a list of comic strips. The dates shown after a name relate to the period during which the comic appeared. There is usually a fair degree of accuracy about the starting date, but because of rights being transferred or the very gradual loss of appeal of a particular strip the termination date is sometimes uncertain. In the event a strip has its own page, originally the originator of the strip is listed. Otherwise, all creators who worked on a strip are listed. It is also to be noted that many of the characters appeared in both strip and book format as well as in other media.

The word Reuben after a name identifies winners of the National Cartoonist Society's Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year, but it should be remembered that many of the leading strip artists worked in the years before the first Reuben Award in 1946.

Webcomics are comic strips that exist only on the World Wide Web and are not created primarily for newspapers or magazines. Primary sites for webcomics are Modern Tales, Serializer and KeenSpot.

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Lists of comic strips

The following lists include only newspaper comic strips.

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