What Happened to Baby Blues cartoon?

What Happened to Baby Blues cartoon?

To clarify: Any suggestion that Baby Blues has ended, or ceased publication, is false. We are happy to tell you that the strip has merely changed syndicates (the company that distributes the strip to newspapers). Included in this change, our online strips have moved to a new site, GoComics.com/babyblues .

Has Comics Kingdom dropped Baby Blues?

Users of the comics aggregator who are also Comics Kingdom subscribers may have noticed that the comic strip Baby Blues is no longer available as of January 12.

Who created Funky Winkerbean?

Tom Batiuk
While Batiuk was a 23-year-old middle school art teacher in Elyria, Ohio, he began drawing cartoons while supervising study hall….

Funky Winkerbean
Author(s) Tom Batiuk
Current status/schedule Active
Launch date March 27, 1972

Who created Baby Blues?

Created by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott. Baby Blues | Comics | ArcaMax Publishing ArcaMax News & Entertainment by Email Home News Columns Comics Search Login Log in to ArcaMax

How did the Baby Blues television series differ from the comic strip?

The Baby Blues television series differed from the comic strip by focusing on Darryl and Wanda’s relationship with the Bittermans, a neighbor family with three children (Rodney, Megan, and Shelby); Kenny, Darryl’s co-worker; and Bizzy, the babysitter for Zoe. Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott had little creative control over the animated version.

Is there a Baby Blues TV series in Singapore?

For the unrelated Singapore production, see Baby Blues (Singaporean TV series). Baby Blues is an American adult animated sitcom, based on the comic strip of the same name by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott, produced by Warner Bros.

How many episodes of Baby Blues are there?

The first eight episodes of Baby Blues originally aired in the United States on The WB between July 28 and August 24, 2000, before being canceled. The five remaining episodes from the first season eventually aired on Adult Swim in 2002.