comic strip

Jon Arbuckle

Jon Arbuckle is the main human character and deuteragonist of the Garfield comic strip as well as its various TV shows, video games, and movies. He is the clumsy owner of Garfield and Odie, typically acting awkward trying to cure his frustrated boredom.

Archie Andrews

In Archie Comics, Archibald “Archie” Andrews is a typical small-town teen who attends Riverdale High School. He has a dog named Spotty, a best friend named Jughead Jones, and crushes in Veronica Lodge and Betty Cooper, tangling him in a love triangle.

Dilbert

Dilbert is the main character in the eponymous comic strip written and illustrated by Scott Adams. He’s an engineer who suffers a micromanaged, bureaucratic office environment, at least from 9 to 5.

Dennis and Gnasher

Dennis and Gnasher are stars of the British comic strip, Dennis the Menace and Gnasher. As his name implies, Dennis is a troublemaking schoolboy who likes add excitement to a dull day, especially with the help of his slingshot. Coincidentally, he sure looks a lot like the British version of this guy.

Little Orphan Annie

Little Orphan Annie first started as a comic strip then expanded to Broadway and the movie screen. Annie is a plucky orphan who’s known for her mop of red curly hair and catchphrases like “leapin’ lizards!”. Together with her dog Sandy, she eventually becomes part of “Daddy” Warbucks’ family.

Charlie Brown

Our favorite lovable loser, Charlie Brown, never fails to put a smile on our faces and warmth in our hearts. Along with his best pal Snoopy, Charlie tries his best at everything he does but comes up just short of accomplishment. One thing he’s great at though is being a great friend, which is why everyone loves Charlie Brown.

Lucy van Pelt

Being in charge is important to Lucy van Pelt, which is evident when she’s bossing others around or dispensing unsolicited advice. You’ll also find this sassy 8-year-old girl trying to get pianist Schroeder to become her boyfriend or avoiding dog kisses from Snoopy.

Linus van Pelt

Linus has a big heart and a lot of insecurity. Though the color of his striped shirt may change, you will never see him without his blue blanket. It’s a key part of his look, and if you skip out on it you’re just going to look like every other elementary school student.

Sally Brown

Sally Brown has a lot of things on her mind, like moving into her big brother’s room. Fashion isn’t at the top of her list of concerns, so she keeps it simple with polka dots only. Luckily for you this look can also be passed off as rockabilly. People will never suspect that you’re coping the style of a child, a cartoon one at that.

Smurfette

Smurfette was originally made by Gargamel in order to distract the Smurfs and capture them. Gargamel’s plan backfired though because the Smurfs’ kindness made her want to be a Smurf. She originally had short black hair but after Papa Smurf turned her into a real Smurf, she emerged with long blonde locks.