Renowned Marvel artist Joe Sinnott is known for inking Thor, the Avengers, the Amazing Spider-Man comic strip, and the Fantastic Four series, among others.
On Sunday, March 24, the MUTTS comic strip will feature inking by legendary “Fantastic Four” inker Joe Sinnott.
Ever find yourself wondering about the secret to happiness? Mooch and Earl are here to offer their support. Whether you’re a cat lover or a dog lover, these tips from our furry friends are sure to help put you on the path toward enlightenment.
Get into the spirit of spring with a few of our favorite comic strips celebrating March holidays, a new season of growth (and shedding), and the love we share with our animal pals. Plus, FETCH 20% OFF these strips all month long!
Gearing up for a big game? Get in the team spirit with a few of our favorite MUTTS football jokes for cat lovers and dog lovers!
On November 1, 1998, Patrick McDonnell published the very first MUTTS “Shelter Stories” comic strip in honor of National Animal Shelter Awareness Week! Over the years we’ve received many messages from readers who said they were moved to adopt or volunteer as a result of this beloved series.
In need of a pick-me-up? Know someone who could use a boost of confidence? We believe in the power of positivity, so we’re sharing a few of our favorite inspirational MUTTS comic strips.
Images from the MUTTS comic strip will be featured in the Schulz Museum’s “Working Dogs” exhibition, which runs from August 9, 2018 to January 27, 2019.
Enjoy 20% off when you order a print the same day it’s published. Save 25% when you order three or more. Yesh! Read on for details.
Brendan Burford, a comics scholar and the former general manager of syndication at King Features, shares his thoughts on the importance of comic strips like MUTTS.
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