FARCUS is a syndicated daily cartoon about labor, business, and other strange notions. The comic, which ran in hundreds of newspapers throughout the world thanks to Universal Uclick’s assistance, was first published as a syndicate in the 1990s, with posters, calendars, and books. Although creators David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart have taken a long sabbatical from working on other projects, their popular comics continue to appear in magazines, newspapers, websites, and other publications all around the world.
Ian Macpherson brings us to life with a deft blend of daily settings and extraordinary happenings. John’s strange and eccentric characters rise to the challenge, yet their actions are always amusing and surprising. Close to Home was an American cartoonist John McPherson’s daily one-panel comic strip that terminated in 1992. The comic strip is a series of single-image gags rather than a continuous storyline. addressing a wide range of “near to home” themes, including marriage, children, school, employment, sports, health, and family life.