“Las Vegas Review comic poll readers voted
“Blondie” their #1 comic strip as of June 23, 2014.”
By PAULINA ROJAS
What do a blonde with a sandwich-loving husband, an overweight cat with an attitude and a suburban family of six have in common?
They just happen to be the most popular comics in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, according to a survey emailed to members of the newspaper’s readers panel.
“Blondie,” at No. 1, first ran in 1930 and was created by Dean Young and John Marshall. “Garfield,” No. 2, created in 1978 by Jim Davis, is the most syndicated comic in the world. No. 3 is “Family Circus,” created in 1962 by Bill Keane and Jeff Keane.
The survey also showed that comics focusing on political and social issues are not what readers gravitate toward. “Doonesbury,” “Wumo” and “Over the Hedge” are the least popular comics in the newspaper.