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Last seen on: Daily Celebrity Crossword – 5/19/19 People Sunday

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Jim Davis’s comic strip Garfield has generated a large amount of merchandise. The following is a compiled list of selected merchandise based on Garfield.

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In the books, there are numerous ‘extras’ at the front and/or back. For example, in the 10th Birthday book, the beginning has an extract of a newspaper, stating “JIM DAVIS A FRAUD”, with Pooky revealing Garfield has in fact been writing the strips. Garfield states “I hired some down-and-out hack cartoonist to take all the credit.” denying several criticisms, which accused Davis was actually using ghostwriters, and not working on the strip at all. There was a bonus strip, which features a single panel at the end page of Garfield At Large showing Garfield walking in the sunset. There was also a bonus strip to fill in the book Garfield Gains Weight, which features a single panel with Garfield holding his face down in front of the TV.

These books, generally released twice a year by Ballantine Books, contain reprints of the comic as it appears in newspapers daily. These books were originally printed in black and white, but volumes 37 and later have been in full color. Each book collects approximately six months of comics, including the Sunday comics (in black and white in all except the recent editions).

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