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Comic Strips Old and New

written by: thaibob
 
These are some of the more famous American comic strips through the years and some are even around today. It should be a snap for comic and non-comic readers.

Question 1:


This comic strip, which started in 1897, features Hans and Fritz, 2 little mischievous twins who kept Momma busy all day long.
Just Kids
The Kin-der-Kids
The Kelly Kids
The Katzenjammer Kids

Question 2:


This comic strip began in 1924 and featured a spinach eating character whose main rival for the love of Olive Oyl was Bluto.
Pete the Tramp
Scorchy Smith
Popeye
Dinglehoofer und His Dog

Question 3:


This poor girl, who had a dog Sandy, was adopted by millionaire “Daddy” Warbucks in the self-titled comic strip.
Little Iodine
Little Annie Rooney
Little Miss Muffet
Little Orphan Annie

Question 4:


Hank Ketcham started this comic strip that focuses on a 5-year-old boy constantly bothering Mr. Wilson, the neighbor. His last name was Mitchell but he was always called something else.
Big Nate
Dennis the Menace
Peter Panic
Pee Wee

Question 5:


This comic strip about Snoopy, Linus and Charlie Brown ran from 1950 to 2000.
Ernie
Droodles
Peanuts
Fuzzy

Question 6:


This comic strip, written by Mort Walker in 1950, is about a Private in the Army at Camp Crowder. He's lazy and generally devotes his life to avoiding work doled out to him by Sergeant First Class Snorkel.
Joe Palooka
Beetle Bailey
Barney Baxter
Casey Ruggles

Question 7:


In 1978, Jim Davis created this comic strip featuring an orange, fuzzy tabby cat who loves lasagna and who's always annoying or toying with Odie the yellow long-haired beagle.
Dilbert
Garfield
Buckles
Frazz

Question 8:


Started in 1931, this comic strip features a character who got a "two-way wristwatch" in 1946, then in 1969 he became temporary chief of police and the next year grew a mustache. Flattop Jones was one of his adversaries.
Terminal Lance
Brick Bradford
Max Rep
Dick Tracy

Question 9:


In 1970, Gary Trudeau started this comic strip which keeps the US up-to-date on politics and controversies. Some of the characters are Zonker Harris, Mark Slackmeyer, Nicole, Bernie, and DiDi.
Hoxwinder Hall
Our Own Oddities
Doonesbury
This Funny World

Question 10:


Some of the major characters in this comic strip are Mr. Dithers, Dagwood Bumstead, his son Alexander, daughter Cookie and, dog Daisy. You just need the name of the mother to provide the name of this comic strip.
Blondie
Conchy
Nancy
Dondi

 


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