Having a Garfield Day

Published 13 years, 7 months ago

Whether you love or hate it, “Garfield” is incredibly popular.  However you feel, though, you’re likely to really enjoy the Random Garfield Comic Strip Generator.  You can go surrealist, or try to get a coherent story out of the script—the latter actually tends to be a lot funnier.  I’ll point you to my favorite result so far, but by all means create your own (and let us know what they are in the comments).

Found via Ferrett, who got it from someone else, and so on.


  1. This one is also quite funny.

  2. At least as funny as the actual strips that are printed (which, I suppose, isn’t saying much).

  3. Oh, and I meant to link to this one

  4. Ok sorry, just one more, then I’ll stop: Kitty Heaven

  5. Great. This officially signals the end of my afternoon productivity.

  6. A few clicks later…

    [ Eric, your favourite one has moved. ]

  7. Randomize Garfield
    I saw this Random Garfield Comic Strip Generator while browsing the web – from glish.com/css to css/edge to meyerweb.com, and there it was. Needless to say, I was doing all of this instead of writing my COMPLIT paper. Here’s the…

  8. What does anyone think of the new ‘Garfield’ movie? I saw a trailer for it last week at the cinema – To me, that cat just isn’t Garfield!!

  9. I seriously think some of those Mary Worth cartoons are created with a random generator:

    OLD LADY: “But the tennis game was at 8!”

    OLD MAN : “No, that cannot be correct.”

    [Cell showing nothing but bleachers]

    [Cell showing a young woman opening a closet]

    YOUNG WOMAN “Now I know!”

  10. Garfield’s legal counsel has killed the site. Bummer.

  11. Im an avid fan of Garfeild and am totally pissed to have missed this site. I wonder if someone could write a java applet or something to get the strips from the site. You could download three strips and get the applet to splice them together. Way beyond my skills and totally illegal of course, but I just want a laugh and theyve got enough money anyway.

  12. Create one cartoon cel at a time on http://www.comicstripgenerator.com to make your own comic strip that you can download as JPEG ;)

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