Far Side Comic Art Prints Now Available

From Andrews McMeel Universal (via PRNewswire):

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept. 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — To delight The Far Side® fans everywhere, comic art prints featuring Gary Larson’s peerless creation are now available. A selection of 28 fan-favorite and timely The Far Side® cartoon options [emphasis added], each printed on acid-free archival quality paper, is offered in a variety of sizes and formats (unframed or framed with or without a mat; some black-and-white, some color), exclusively available here. From “Midvale School for the Gifted” to “Cat Fud,” and “Crisis Clinic” to “Bummer of a Birthmark,” these comic art prints will be welcome additions to the walls of offices, homes, and science labs everywhere.

The Far Side Shop will direct buyers to GoComics where prints are available
from $39.95 (cheap) to $239.95 (worthy of your comics room wall)
in sizes measuring 11″ x 14″ or 8.5″ x 11″.

The introduction of the comic art prints continues the momentum of recent excitement surrounding The Far Side®. The digital emergence of TheFarSide.com in December 2019 ignited renewed enthusiasm for the iconic cartoon: within six months of its launch, it was awarded an “Oscar of the Internet,” the 2020 Webby Awards People’s Voice Winner – Best Humor Website, an honor determined by the general public through “People’s Choice” voting. Additionally, Larson’s periodic contributions of “New Stuff” to the site have been lauded globally, fueling its popularity to even greater heights.

Prints offered include some of the all-time greatest Far Side panels.


Larson’s The Far Side® Theme-a-Month 2021 Off-the-Wall Calendar was the No. 1 bestselling calendar in the U.S., according to NPD Bookscan. Fans were also thrilled with The Far Side® After Hours 2021 Wall Calendar, featuring all new digital art from Larson. Larson’s fervent following can look forward to seeing calendars from The Far Side® in 2022 as well.

The Far Side® is © FarWorks Inc.

That 2022 calendar is already available.

disclosure: The Daily Cartoonist’s relationship to Gary Larson and The Far Side, other than a zealous fanaticism to the creator and his cartoons, is that both are connected to Andrews McMeel Universal.