Who doesn’t love a good comic to start his or her day? And who doesn’t remember growing up, grabbing the newspaper, and flipping it open to the comics section to get a dose of one’s favorites? Better yet, who still loves doing it as an adult? We love comics at Brand Thunder, which is why we’ve put together a few of our favorite comic wallpapers and browser themes. Enjoy!

Comic Browser Themes

While you’re looking for comics wallpapers, be sure to check out some browser themes for your favorites as well. Not only will you get to enhance the overall look of your web browser, but with Brand Thunder’s comic themes, you’ll get easy access to the daily strip and GoComics.com, along with the latest news and info for your favorite comic.

Ziggy

He might always be one step behind, one nickel short and one lane away from the fast lane, but we love him for it, especially because we all feel like Ziggy every once in a while.

Ziggy Browser Theme

Get Fuzzy

Cartoonist Darby Conley puts a whole new spin on the dog-cat-human dynamic with this great strip and, even better, its theme is 100% hairball free!

Get Fuzzy Browser Theme

9 Chickweed Lane

Need more of the music, dance and superb artistry of Brooke McEldowney’s highly acclaimed comic strip, 9 Chickweed Lane? You’ll easily get your daily fix with this specially designed browser theme.

9 Chickweed Lane Browser Theme

Cul de Sac

With this comics browser theme, you’ll be able to enjoy the Cul de Sac strip – of pre-schooler Alice Otterloop, her family and her friends – whenever you’re online.

Cul de Sac Browser Theme

Comic Desktop Wallpapers

Our favorite comics are there to make us feel all kinds of emotions, but most of all, they exist to make us laugh. So when you’re in need of a laugh, or simply want to showcase your favorite strip, be sure to add some comics wallpapers to your desktop.

Calvin and Hobbes

For Millenials, there might not be a more important comic than Calvin and Hobbes. Growing up with the adventures of Calvin and his stuffed tiger Hobbes, we learned that it’s vital in life to always have an imagination, and to try to always view the world with an adventurous spirit.

Calvin and Hobbes Wallpaper

Garfield

Garfield has been wildly successful since its debut in 1978, and the orange, lasagna-loving cat is still going strong today. It’s the most syndicated comic strip in the world and, in terms of merchandise, there might not be a more popular character out there. In other words, it’s good to be Garfield.

Garfield Wallpaper

Peanuts

Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang are, no doubt, the most beloved comic characters of all time. Who doesn’t love watching their holiday specials every year? The strip itself, which ran for a staggering 50 years and continues in reruns, is the most influential strip in the history of comics, influencing generations of artists and writers.

Peanuts Wallpaper

Dilbert

No comic has better skewered office culture than Dilbert, making it a champion of cubicle jockeys everywhere.

Dilbert Wallpaper

Zits

Zits has always been a consistently good comic strip, expertly navigating teenage life. It’s incredibly easy for anyone to relate to this comic, so it makes for the perfect comic desktop background.

Zits Wallpaper

The Far Side

Chances are, if you’ve ever worked in an office you know exactly what The Far Side is. Of course, if you’re a fan of comics, you certainly know the strip no matter what. It’s a classic, and fits right in as a comic desktop background.

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