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12th Oct '16 10:17:18 AM Mdumas43073
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* ''Happy Hooligan' (32 years, 1900-1932) Also known as "Down in the Farm" and "Mr. Dough and Mr. Dubb".

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* ''Happy Hooligan' Hooligan'' (32 years, 1900-1932) Also known as "Down in the Farm" and "Mr. Dough and Mr. Dubb".
1st Oct '16 4:25:04 PM RAraya
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* ''Buck Ryan'' (25 years, 1937-1962)



* ''The Gambols'' (1950-present)



* ''Jane'' (26 years, 1933-1959)



* ''Toots and Casper'' (38 years, daily 1918-1951, Sunday 1920-1956)

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* ''Toots and Casper'' ''ComicStrip/TootsAndCasper'' (38 years, daily 1918-1951, Sunday 1920-1956)
24th Sep '16 10:18:32 AM Tron80
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* ''* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': (1972-present) with breaks of varying lengths.

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* ''* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': (1972-present) with breaks of varying lengths.
24th Sep '16 10:17:40 AM Tron80
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* ''* Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': (1972-present) with breaks of varying lengths.
19th Sep '16 1:36:52 PM RAraya
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* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'' (1947-2002) Drawn by the same artist, Marc Sleen, until 1992. He even entered the Guinness Book Of Records for drawing the longest running comic strip by a single artist! During the strip's final decade he took a back seat as a script writer, with another artist drawing everything.)Flemish.

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'' (1947-2002) Drawn by the same artist, Marc Sleen, until 1992. He even entered the Guinness Book Of Records for drawing the longest running comic strip by a single artist! During the strip's final decade he took a back seat as a script writer, with another artist drawing everything.)Flemish. Flemish.
19th Sep '16 11:05:36 AM RAraya
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* ''ComicStrip/BringingUpFather'' (87 years, 1913-2000) (also commonly called "Maggie and Jiggs")

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* ''ComicStrip/BringingUpFather'' (87 years, 1913-2000) (also Also commonly called "Maggie and Jiggs")Jiggs".



* ''Bunky'' (23 years, 1926-1949; initially known as "Bedroom, Parlor and Sink")

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* ''Bunky'' (23 years, 1926-1949; initially 1926-1949) Initially known as "Bedroom, Parlor and Sink")Sink".



* ''ComicStrip/ForBetterOrForWorse'' (1979-2008) Canadian, with a heavy circulation in the US.

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* ''ComicStrip/ForBetterOrForWorse'' (1979-2008) Canadian, with a heavy circulation in the US. Currently in reprints.



* ''Hazel'' (1943-present) Appeared weekly in ''The Saturday Evening Post'' until 1969, then in daily newspaper syndication. Has been in reprints since 1993.

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* ''Happy Hooligan' (32 years, 1900-1932) Also known as "Down in the Farm" and "Mr. Dough and Mr. Dubb".
* ''Hazel'' (1943-present) (1943-1993) Appeared weekly in ''The Saturday Evening Post'' until 1969, then in daily newspaper syndication. Has been Currently in reprints since 1993.reprints.



* ''ComicStrip/TheKatzenjammerKids'' (1897-2006; now in reprints). Yes, you read that right; more than a ''century'' of continuous production. When creator Rudolph Dirks left the strip in 1914 owing to a dispute with newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst, he created a competing strip featuring the same characters (''The Captain and the Kids''), which itself ran for more than 60 years (1914-1979).

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* ''ComicStrip/TheKatzenjammerKids'' (1897-2006; now in reprints).(1897-2006). Yes, you read that right; more than a ''century'' of continuous production. When creator Rudolph Dirks left the strip in 1914 owing to a dispute with newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst, he created a competing strip featuring the same characters (''The Captain and the Kids''), which itself ran for more than 60 years (1914-1979). The Katzenjammers are currently in reprints.



* ''The Little King'' (42 years, 1933-1975; in 1933-34 it was titled "The Ambassador")

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* ''The Little King'' (42 years, 1933-1975; 1933-1975) The newspaper strip in 1933-34 it was titled "The Ambassador")Ambassador".



* ''Moon Mullins'' (68 years, 1923-1991; Ferd Johnson --assistant to creator Frank Willard-- worked on the strip during its ''entire'' run)
* ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'' (1958-present, creator Francisco Ibáñez has worked in the comic for almost 60 years)

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* ''Moon Mullins'' (68 years, 1923-1991; 1923-1991) Ferd Johnson --assistant to creator Frank Willard-- worked on the strip during its ''entire'' run)
run.
* ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon'' (1958-present, (1958-present) creator Francisco Ibáñez has worked in the comic for almost 60 years)years.



* ''The Nebbs'' (24 years, 1923-1947)
* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'' (1947-2002, drawn by the same artist, Marc Sleen, until 1992. He even entered the Guinness Book Of Records for drawing the longest running comic strip by a single artist! During the strip's final decade he took a back seat as a script writer, with another artist drawing everything.)

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* ''The Nebbs'' (24 years, 1923-1947)
1923-1947). In 1947 the family became supporting characters on ''The Toodle Family'' (1940-1961).
* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'' (1947-2002, drawn (1947-2002) Drawn by the same artist, Marc Sleen, until 1992. He even entered the Guinness Book Of Records for drawing the longest running comic strip by a single artist! During the strip's final decade he took a back seat as a script writer, with another artist drawing everything.))Flemish.



* ''Our Boarding House'' (63 years, 1921-1984) (also commonly called "Major Hoople")
* ''Out Our Way'' (55 years, 1922-1977)

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* ''Our Boarding House'' (63 years, 1921-1984) (also Also commonly called "Major Hoople")
Hoople".
* ''Out Our Way'' (55 years, 1922-1977) Also known as "The Willets", who were the stars of the Sunday page.



* ''ComicStrip/ThePerishers'' (47 years, 1959-2006; now in reruns) British.

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* ''ComicStrip/ThePerishers'' (47 years, 1959-2006; now 1959-2006) British. Currently in reruns) British.reprints.



* ''ComicStrip/{{Pogo}}'' (27 years, 1948-1975; a {{revival}} strip ran from 1989-92)

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Pogo}}'' (27 years, 1948-1975; 30 years counting a {{revival}} strip that ran from 1989-92)



* ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'' (1929-present)

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'' (1929-present)(1929-present). The feature per se began in 1919 as ''The Thimble Theatre''. Daily strips have been in reprints since 1994, while Sunday strips are still being produced.



* ''Steve Roper and Mike Nomad'' (68 years, 1936-2004). Originally called ''Big Chief Wahoo''. Steve Roper first appeared in 1940, while Mike Nomad turned up in 1956, almost a decade after Wahoo was written out.

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* ''Steve Roper and Mike Nomad'' (68 years, 1936-2004). Originally called ''Big "Big Chief Wahoo''.Wahoo". Steve Roper first appeared in 1940, while Mike Nomad turned up in 1956, almost a decade after Wahoo was written out.



* ''Toots and Casper'' (38 years, 1918-1956; Sunday-only beginning 1951)

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* ''Toots and Casper'' (38 years, 1918-1956; Sunday-only beginning 1951)daily 1918-1951, Sunday 1920-1956)



* ''Winthrop'' (37 years, 1956-1993) (originally titled "Morty Meekle")

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* ''Winthrop'' (37 years, 1956-1993) (originally Originally titled "Morty Meekle")Meekle".



* ''Åsa-Nisse'' (1944-present). Swedish

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* ''Åsa-Nisse'' (1944-present). SwedishSwedish.
17th Sep '16 10:19:11 PM RAraya
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* ''Abbie 'n' Slats'' (34 years, 1937-1971)



* ''The Better Half'' (1956-2014)

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* ''The Better Half'' (1956-2014)(58 years, 1956-2014)
* ''Betty'' (23 years, 1920-1943)



* ''The Bungle Family'' (27 years, 1918-1945)



* ''Cap Stubbs and Tippie'' (48 years, 1918-1966)



** ''Mickey Mouse'' comics have been around since 1930, first appearing as a daily newspaper comic strip and then being turned into its own comic book in 1939. Like ''Walt Disney's Comics and Stories'', it's had its fair share of hiatuses and publisher changes. For a while only reprints were being released, but it's made a comeback since then. They were also being produced in other countries even while it was lying dormant in the US.

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** ''Mickey Mouse'' comics have been around since 1930, first appearing as a daily newspaper comic strip (that lasted until 1990) and then being turned into its own comic book in 1939. Like ''Walt Disney's Comics and Stories'', it's had its fair share of hiatuses and publisher changes. For a while only reprints were being released, but it's made a comeback since then. They were also being produced in other countries even while it was lying dormant in the US.



* ''Dinglehoofer und his Dog'' (25 years, 1926-1951)



* ''Henry'' (63 years, daily 1932-1990, Sunday until 1995)

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* ''Henry'' (63 years, daily 1932-1990, Sunday until 1995)1995, currently in reruns)



* ''Jerry on the Job'' (22 years, 1913-1932, 1946-1949)

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* ''Jerry on the Job'' (22 ''The Jackson Twins'' (29 years, 1913-1932, 1946-1949)1950-1979)



* ''Jeff Cobb'' (23 years, 1955-1978)
* ''Jerry on the Job'' (22 years, 1913-1932, 1946-1949)



* ''ComicStrip/MallardFillmore'' (1994-present)



* ''Mr. and Mrs.'' (44 years, 1919-1963)



* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'' (1947-2002, drawn by the same artist, Marc Sleen, until 1992. He even entered the Guinness Book Of Records for drawing the longest running comic strip by a single artist! After that decade he took a back seat as a script writer, with another artist drawing everything.)

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* ''The Nebbs'' (24 years, 1923-1947)
* ''ComicStrip/{{Nero}}'' (1947-2002, drawn by the same artist, Marc Sleen, until 1992. He even entered the Guinness Book Of Records for drawing the longest running comic strip by a single artist! After that During the strip's final decade he took a back seat as a script writer, with another artist drawing everything.)



* ''Penny'' (27 years, 1943-1970)
* ''Pepe Antártico'' (69 years, 1947-2016) Chilean.



* ''Steve Roper and Mike Nomad'' (68 years, 1936-2004)

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* ''Steve Roper and Mike Nomad'' (68 years, 1936-2004)1936-2004). Originally called ''Big Chief Wahoo''. Steve Roper first appeared in 1940, while Mike Nomad turned up in 1956, almost a decade after Wahoo was written out.



* ''Tillie the Toiler'' (38 years, 1921-1959)

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* ''Tillie ''Tillie, the Toiler'' (38 years, 1921-1959)


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* ''The Timid Soul'' (29 years, 1924-1953)
14th Sep '16 4:20:17 PM RAraya
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* ''Grin and Bear It'' (1932-40, 1942-present)

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* ''Grin and Bear It'' (1932-40, 1942-present)(81 years, 1932-40, 1942-2015)


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* ''Jerry on the Job'' (22 years, 1913-1932, 1946-1949)


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* The ''Opus'' saga: ''Bloom County'' (1980-1989), ''Outlands'' (1989-1995) and ''Opus'' (2002-2008), followed by a web-only revival (2016-present).
31st Aug '16 12:48:59 AM PaulA
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* ''ComicStrip/{{Elvis}}'' (2000-present). Swedish.


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* ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' (1952-ongoing)
29th Aug '16 10:07:07 PM PaulA
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* ''LightNove/ACertainMagicalIndex'' (2004-present)

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* ''LightNove/ACertainMagicalIndex'' (2004-present)''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' (2004-present)
* ''ComicBook/ChickTracts'' (1960-present)
* ''ComicBook/{{Condorito}}'' (1949-present). Chilean.
* ''Manga/CookingPapa'' (1985-present)
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