Jim Davis


Nickelodeon Buys Garfield; Davis Will Continue Comic Strip

Nickelodeon Buys Garfield; Davis Will Continue Comic Strip

Another famous comic character has become the property of a corporation. Viacom Inc. today announced that they have purchased Paws, Inc., the multimedia empire of cartoonist Jim Davis, along with the rights to his most famous creation, Garfield, along with the less popular U.S. Acres, which has fallen in prominence in recent years since star […]

Garfield: Homecoming #1 cover by Andy Hirsch and Sara Talmadge

Garfield Homecoming #1 Review: Light on Jokes and Long on Story

Jon is using a new discipline guide to turn Garfield into an “unspoiled cat.” Garfield is forced into a healthy diet and exercise while being restricted from naps and television. This leads to the orange cat leaving home and joining the circus. Things seem good here, but the circus’ star performer, a dog named Buddy, […]

Garfield Creator Jim Davis Draws Galactus For Marvel’s Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #26

Bleeding Cool Rumormonger-in-Chief Rich Johnston may have a problem with the art in Marvel’s Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, but comics legend and Garfield creator Jim Davis appears to have a different opinion. Davis joins an already packed creative team for November’s Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #26, a special issue of the comic presented as a comics zine […]

Ch-Ch-Changes: Mark Evanier Will Write Garfield/Grumpy Cat Crossover, Not Jim Davis

Last week, BOOM! Studios announced the super-mega-crossover event to end all super-mega-crossover events: Grumpy Cat/Garfield! That’s right, two of comics’ most iconic feline characters will finally share a series this Summer, and comics will never be the same again! The original press release said that Garfield creator Jim Davis would write the story: An exclusive partnership […]

The 9 Lives Of Garfield – From Cave Cat To Space Cat

Back in 1984, Garfield creator Jim Davis did a series of illustrated short stories called Garfield: His 9 Lives that took his character through various eras of history. In 1988 it was done as an animated special. Now 30 years after they were first done, KaBOOM! the all-ages imprint of BOOM! Studios is going to relive those […]