Captain Charlie is a comic strip published back in college, and it involves a character called Charlie. He gets a suit in the mail and then proceeds to have many zany and humorous adventures. The first comic strip is here.
One Zany World is the name the main full color comic strip that is currently being drawn. It is basically the sequel of Captain Charlie. Familiar faces from the previous strip such as Charlie and the two alien Blobians stranded on Earth will be featured. For more details on them, check out the Characters page. One Zany World will post on Mondays. The first comic strip is here. (CURRENT)
Rick Hopper 2236 is a bit of a zany science fiction action story. In the year 2236, we follow Rick Hopper as a member of the A. A. A.C. (Agency Against Arch Criminals). This was created awhile ago, but it has never seen the light of day until now. This comic is now in the blog archives on the site. The first comic is here.
Rick Hopper 2238 is a 29 part comic strip serial that takes place a few years later. The first comic strip is here.
Terrific Tiger is about the zany adventures of a superhero that flies and eats almost any kind of junk. The first comic is here.
Fuzzy Fellows is the first fully digital comic strip. What does that mean? It is all drawn in the computer (no paper involved). Spud, Crew and Frank are little characters I used to doodle and are perfectly suited for this format. They get involved in funny mini situations. The first comic strip is here.
The Detankor is a superhero comic story. It was drawn shortly after Rick Hopper and has a similar format. However, it’s in full color. Detankor was penciled, inked, and colored by hand before being scanned in and tweaked for this website. This comic will be posted once a week in the blog until it runs out. In the current comic he has teamed up with Star Dude. The first Detankor comic is here.
Zany Classics are comic strips which I have reposted at various times for new readers. Most of them are improved versions of the original on the site.
For all the comic strips, you can navigate using the “Prev in Comic” and “Next in Comic” large buttons. That will keep you reading the same strip. If you start an adventure comic in the blog, there are “<Previous” and “Next>” words above the page title to keep you on the same story. A great way to catch up!
On the right sidebar of the site you can skip or scroll to any comic strip you want under the “Comic Strip Archives” menu. Also on the right sidebar is a header called “Zany Categories”. Click on any of the titles below and you are whooshed off to the archives (including the comics in the blog). Enjoy Exploring!!
Chris Kile is the creator and artist of all cartoons you will see on this site. He drew comics growing up and eventually got some comic strips published in a college newspaper. Then, real life after school took place. He got a job and did not do any new art other than doodling, occasionally. Many years later Chris saw webcomics on the internet. He decided to draw again and start this zany website. A good size collection of material and characters have been created over time. Chris can finally showcase his comics and new content on this website.
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