Do you know these famous comic strips by just the characters' eyes?

You've seen them in the Sunday papers. Can you recognize them up close and personal?

One of the benefits of parents getting their Sunday papers was when they would slide the funnies over to their kids. Everyone had a little bit of the paper, and though the jokes may not have always made sense, the images in those windows stay burned into the memories of newspaper readers for generations. 

Comic strip art has been around for the majority of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, with its unspecified roots grounded somewhere late in the 1800s. Prior to this, political cartoons and satirical drawing would grace the columns of the local paper. It wasn't until 1893 that Americans met The Little Bears, the first comic strip to present recurring characters in a publication. 

There are some characters you could never forget. Others take a second look to remember the faces. We're curious to see if you can name these comics strips based on a very unflattering close-up. Do you remember these comic strip faces? Take your best shot!

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  1. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  2. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  3. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  4. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  5. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  6. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  7. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  8. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  9. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  10. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  11. Which comic strip are these peepers from?
  12. Which comic strip are these peepers from?

Do you know these famous comic strips by just the characters' eyes?

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Frankfurter 3 days ago
Missed 2. Can't believe I missed Marmaduke 🙄
Pattie 3 days ago
10/12 not bad, even though I completely guessed the first one!
JeffTanner 3 days ago
''You got 9 out of 12'' ----------------Wowee! You sure know your comic strips - well done!
Barry22 4 days ago
11/12, never heard of Fowl Language
Cynthia Barry22 3 days ago
Same here.
Runeshaper 4 days ago
You got 7 out of 12
Not bad for a casual reader! You know the big names easy.

Wasn't big into comics, but this was neat!
KellyShort 4 days ago
10/12 missed #3 & #10 never heard of any of #3s
BrittReid 4 days ago
10/12 with a couple of good guesses. It is Dick Tracy.
jojo68 4 days ago
9/12 Garfield and Peanuts are the only two comics I would read. The three I missed were guesses. I don't remember ever seeing Duck Duck Goose and Agnes in our Sunday paper.
RobCertSDSCascap 4 days ago
#1- It's not THE PEANUTS!
Just "Peanuts".

He should have tried to kick Lucy.
He got her once, and broke her forearm. Oops!
It's Magic, Charlie Brown (1981).
Yes, and it's The Amazing Spiderman, not Superman!
It's McDaniels
Not McDonald's
Those rhymes are Darryl's
The burgers are Ronald's!
idkwut2use 4 days ago
You got 11 out of 12
Wowee! You sure know your comic strips – well done!

Only missed Fowl Language.
Moody 4 days ago
10/12. I miss Calvin & Hobbes. That was one of the funniest strips I've ever seen!
Moody RobCertSDSCascap 2 days ago
This reminds me of 2 of my brothers who did the same thing. One would put a ton of sugar on his Cap'n Crunch & the other on his Fruit Loops.
RobCertSDSCascap Moody 2 days ago
My nephews would put so much sugar in their Kool-Aid, it wouldn't dissolve.
OH, YEAH!!!!


RAMa 4 days ago
Got 'em all but they need to learn how to spell Dick Tracy.
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