Update: As Jerry Scott informs in the comments below Baby Blues is up at GoComics.
original January 12 post:
Baby Blues, the very popular comic strip by Jerry Scott and Rick Kirkman, has switched teams moving from King Features Syndicate to Andrews McMeel Syndication.
Kansas City, MO (January 11, 2022) Andrews McMeel Syndication (AMS) will assume sales and distribution of Baby Blues by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott effective February 1, 2022, announced Brent Bartram, Chief Strategy Officer and General Manager of AMS.
Baby Blues, which chronicles the adventures of parenting and family life, has charmed readers since it began in syndication in 1990. The heartwarming, funny, and true-to-life depiction of raising children appears in more than 1,200 newspapers worldwide, in 28 countries, 13 languages, and more than 30 anthologies and 4 treasuries from Andrews McMeel Publishing (AMP). Written by Scott and illustrated by Kirkman, Baby Blues has been recognized with a Reuben Award for “Best Comic Strip of the Year”
The Baby Blues Partnership has had a book publishing arrangement with Andrews McMeel for years.
“We are very excited about joining the team at AMS,” said Kirkman and Scott. “With our long and successful relationship with Andrews McMeel Publishing, it feels natural to blend our Baby Blues syndication efforts into the mix.”
“We are delighted to distribute Baby Blues to its passionate following,” said Bartram. “It is a treasured feature that depicts the joys and challenges of parenting, and resonates with families everywhere. We look forward to many more years with the MacPhersons, and to enable even more readers to enjoy their exploits.”
While AMS/GoComics doesn’t take up the strip for three weeks, KFS/Comics Kingdom has already dropped the strip from its digital platforms, so one of the few places to read the strip online in the interim is at ArcaMax.