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  1. Snoopy: The DuckDuckGo Logo for Charles M. Schulz’s Birthday

    Schulz created the iconic comic strip “Peanuts”. DuckDuckGo, like Google, occasionally changes its homepage logo for special occasions. Snoopy is hanging out with a bird of a different feather today. Rather than his traditional playmate, Woodstock...

  2. Animated “Little Nemo in Slumberland” Google Doodle for Comic Strip Anniversary

    Today marks the 107th anniversary of illustrator Winsor McCay’s iconic comic strip, Little Nemo in Slumberland. Today’s Google Doodle is an animated comic short in which Little Nemo tumbles through one of his dream sequences.

  3. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    In 2011, Google rolled out Comic Sans as its default font across all Google products (one of many pranks). Via this page, you'll see Google's logo and search box in Chinese floating on the surface of water above some sharks and nasty looking fish.

  4. Leap Year 2012 Google Doodle Frogs Share Stage With Gioachino Rossini

    A quartet of frogs appear before a simple, non-interactive black Google logo on a grassy stage drawn to pay tribute to Rossini’s comic opera “The Barber of Seville. Google has added “leap” frogs to its logo, in much simpler form, twice before: in...

  5. Google Doodlers Pay A Call On Charles Addams' 100th Birthday

    While he started contributing artwork to the New Yorker in 1933 at the age of 21, the first Addams Family comic was published as a single-frame cartoon in 1938. In celebrating Charles Addams, the Google logo has undergone a grayscale transformation...

  6. Google Gumby Logo Honors Art Clokey's 90th Birthday

    Clokey lived to see the release of the first Gumby comic book in 2006 from Wildcard Ink/Gumby Comics; it took Best Publication for a Younger Audience at the 2007 Eisner Awards. Sadly, Art Clokey didn’t see Gumby Comic’s Mel Smith debut POKEY #1 at...

  7. Will Eisner Birthday Google Doodle Celebrates the Father of the Graphic Novel

    The logo was designed by comic artist Scott McCloud, who also illustrated the Chrome comic book. Will Eisner was a highly praised graphic artist and comic writer. Widely considered to be the father of the graphic novel, the annual Will Eisner Comic...