Funny Pages Go Green For Second Annual Earth Day Event

Sherman's Lagoon Earth Day comic photo.jpg
Photo credit: Sherman's Lagoon/King Features Syndicate

Does Mother Earth have a sense of humor? Thirty-seven of King Features' cartoonists are tickling the planet's funny bone by dedicating their strips to the environment on Earth Day.

Participating strips span the gamut, from America's most popular dailies, such as Blondie, Hagar the Horrible, Mutts, and Dennis the Menace, to up-and-comers like Arctic Circle, Pajama Diaries, Ollie and Quentin, and Sherman's Lagoon. Click below the fold for some of our favorites.
Mother Goose & Grimm Earth Day comic photo
Photo credit: Mother Goose & Grimm/King Features Syndicate
Ollie & Quentin Earth Day comic photo
Photo credit: Ollie & Quentin/King Features Syndicate
Mutts Earth Day comic photo
Photo credit: Mutts/King Features Syndicate
Arctic Circle Earth Day comic photo
Photo credit: Arctic Circle/King Features Syndicate
All of King Features' Earth Day-themed strips will be available online at www.comicskingdom.com on April 22, 2009. The comics will be continuously updated each day and will remain accessible via a 30-day archive.
More on eco-friendly comic strips
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Yesh, "Mutts" Cartoonist Patrick McDonnell Makes Every Day Earth Day
Rustle The Leaf: Eco-Comic
Arctic Circle Comic Strip is Environmentally Conscious, Funny
Philip Street's Fisher: a Comic with a Conscience

Tags: Earth Day | Humor | Newspapers | United States

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