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The Argyle Sweater, now in its tenth year of syndication, is the brainchild of Scott Hilburn whose clever (and possibly twisted) brain comes up with unique and funny situations like gravy boats taking a literal Gravy Train to Turkey Town, a cloud whose silver lining was stolen by a scrapper, and what happens when Adam mistakes Eden Ivy for a fig leaf. This colorful, surreal, and often punny comic is a favorite of readers of all ages.With a different, full-color panel each day, The Argyle Sweater 2018 Day-to-Day Calendar will keep readers grinning, groaning, and laughing out loud all year long. Covering (and sometimes skewering) topics such as history, pop culture, relationships, religion, and everyday life, The Argyle Sweater has something for everyone. The calendar features more than 300 new panels not featured in previous calendars.As an added bonus, the back of each page includes daily extra content such as puzzles, jokes, lists, quotes, activities, tips, and trivia.
By Scott Hilburn
Featuring a full-color comic on each page, the Non Sequitur 2018 Day-to-Day Calendar is sure to delight the millions of Non Sequitur followers and win laughs from every fan of witty, wry, and irreverent humor that knows no bounds.Wiley Miller’s philosophy is simple: “Humor knows no bounds and neither do my cartoons.” For more than twenty years, Wiley has been practicing that philosophy, satirizing politics, corporate culture, family dysfunction, and every other absurdity of modern life in his beloved and award-winning comic strip, Non Sequitur. As an added bonus, the back of each page includes daily extra content such as puzzles, jokes, lists, quotes, activities, tips, and trivia.
By Wiley Miller
If you thought that changing the dress code in Dilbert's workplace to "corporate dorky" would boost morale and improve efficiency...you may be in management. Or just deluded. Dilbert swapped his unruly tie for a badge and lanyard, but his Pointy-Haired Boss still tries to lead by buzzword, Wally keeps working hard at being useless, and Alice just keeps working at keeping it together.
Whether you rock polos and khakis or full-on business suits, the Dilbert 2018 Wall Calendar, which features a large graphic character and corresponding Dilbert strip on every monthly spread, will make sure your sense of humor is sharp (even if your wardrobe isn’t).
Also inlcudes a free Dilbert pocket folder!
By Scott Adams
If you thought that changing the dress code in Dilbert's workplace to "corporate dorky" would boost morale and improve efficiency...you may be in management. Or just deluded. Dilbert swapped his unruly tie for a badge and lanyard, but his Pointy-Haired Boss still tries to lead by buzzword, Wally keeps working hard at being useless, and Alice just keeps working at keeping it together.Whether you rock polos and khakis or full-on business suits, the Dilbert 2018 Mini Wall Calendar, which features a graphic character and corresponding Dilbert strip on every monthly spread, will make sure your sense of humor is sharp (even if your wardrobe isn’t).
The Garfield 2018 Wall Calendar: Older and Wider by Jim Davis is filled with the timeless humor of Garfield from the past 40 years.Each spread features full-color art, a classic strip, and a signature quip from Garfield and his gang. Garfield's hit the BIG 4-0, so let's whoop it up with this rollicking good calendar.
By Jim Davis
Feel a little Bucky coming on? Even if the acerbic cat's self-coined catchphrase didn't exactly catch on, it serves as a heads-up to anyone in his path that Bucky B. Katt is coming this way.Most in need of the warning are his two housemates, sweet Satchel Pooch and their harried owner Rob Wilco, who often feel the full force that is Bucky. For the rest of us, it's a cue that comedy is about to take place. Witness all of the hilarity provided by this odd threesome with the Get Fuzzy 2018 Day-to-Day Calendar featuring a Get Fuzzy cartoon on every page.As an added bonus, the back of each page includes daily extra content such as puzzles, jokes, lists, quotes, activities, tips, and trivia.
By Darby Conley
From Tom Fonder’s popular webcomic, The Adventures of Business Cat 2018 wall calendar amuses cat-loving office workers who recognize the uncanny similarities in the behavior of their fickle feline friends and the capriciousness of upper management!
After all, when the CEO is a cat, inconsistent communications, outdated business models, and bizarre office politics make some sense.
Tom Fonder is a UK-based artist who specializes in drawing cats with freakish, human hands. Fonder posts his popular webcomic on businesscat.happyjar.com, GoComics.com, and from the Twitter handle @bcatcomic.
By Tom Fonder
While busily picking up all of the many items that one of her cats had (again) knocked off a shelf in her home, Georgia Dunn spontaneously began a running news report of the incident and its cause, while her other two cats watched curiously.
Thus was born the charming, witty, funny, and oh-so-true comic, Breaking Cat News. Each month of the Breaking Cat News 2018 Wall Calendar features all new art inspired by the strip, in which feline news reporters Lupin, Elvis, and Puck comment on the household shenanigans and mysterious behavior of their owners.
By Georgia Dunn
Whoever said adulting is hard was probably reading Sarah Andersen's cartoons. Or maybe it WAS Sarah Andersen. Whatever, Sarah's Scribbles knowingly documents the real-world anxieties, concerns, and insecurities of young modern life. The struggle between getting up and staying in bed, the feeling that you’re the only one who doesn’t have it together, and giving that favorite sweater a sniff to decide whether you can get one...more...wearing out of it before washing it, the comic hits all the big issues that come with being a grown up. Whether you feel like one or not.
Take a giant leap toward organization (and adulthood) with this amazing planner. The Sarah's Scribbles 2017-2018 16-Month Weekly/Monthly Planner: Get It Together! with Sarah's Scribbles is spiral-bound and has monthly grids and weekly planning pages with space for lots of important things like appointments, to-dos, and fun social stuff. The sturdy cover is flocked, and there’s a pocket and sheet of stickers inside.
By Sarah Andersen
Dog lovers will be doggone delighted in the Dog Cartoon-A-Day 2018 Calendar’s campy collection of canine cartoons. Join humorist Jonny Hawkins for a year-long walk and meet a variety of pooch personalities along the way—from hard-working herders to leisure-seeking hounds. This pack of pups will fetch daily giggles and grins as Hawkins successfully conveys the comical, yet enduring, bonds between canines and humans. As an added bonus, the back of each page includes daily extra content such as puzzles, jokes, lists, quotes, activities, tips, and trivia.
By Jonny Hawkins
The familiar and funniest debates between the whimsical impulses of "Heart" and the prudent perspective of "Brain" are hilariously illustrated in this second edition of the tremendously popular Heart and Brain calendar from the creator of the beloved web comic, The Awkward Yeti.Each month of the all-new Heart and Brain 2018 Wall Calendar features two comic strips that comically and perfectly capture the age-old contest between the fun-loving heart and the analytical brain, as keenly observed by the best-selling cartoonist, Nick Seluk. You're sure to find the insightfully depicted duel between head and heart true-to-life and totally fun.
By Nick Seluk
The cartoons of The New Yorker have entertained the magazine's readers for nearly a century. With unmatched visual sophistication and wit, they let no subject escape their scrutiny.A roster of extraordinary artists continues to create indelible images that vary in style and tone, whether whimsical, provocative, serene, or laugh-out-loud funny. The New Yorker's cartoons are always the talk of the town. The Cartoons from The New Yorker 2017-2018 16-Month Weekly Planner Calendar is a new 16-month weekly format that contains a humorous cartoon from The New Yorker each week, has an elastic band, a pocket, and space in the back for names, numbers, and notes. The new non-spiral binding still allows the calendar to lie flat when open, and the cartoon on the soft-touch cover is debossed gloss laminated for extra richness.
By Conde Nast