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Author: Jim Davis
ISBN13: 978-1416214625
Title: Garfield~I Don't Have Time to Be This Busy 2008 Wall Planner
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Language: English
Category: Comic Strips
Publisher: Sellers Publishing; Wal edition (August 1, 2007)

Garfield~I Don't Have Time to Be This Busy 2008 Wall Planner by Jim Davis

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2008 - Garfield - Time to Delegate (Paperback). 2008 - Garfield - Numero Uno (Paperback). 2008 - Garfield Large in Charge His 45th Book (Paperback). 2008 - Garfield 3 in 1 Cats Rule Dogs Drool (Paperback). 2007 - Garfield Fat Cat 3-pack a Triple Helping of Classic Garfield Humor Vol 3 (Paperback). 2007 - Garfield Keep Your Attitude I Have My Own (Hardcover). 2007 - I Don't Do Ordinary (Hardcover). 2007 - Garfieldi Don't Have Time to Be This Busy 2008 Wall Planner (Other). 2007 - Garfield - Don't Know Don't Care (Hardcover). 2007 - Garfield - What's Not to Like (Paperback).

A cup that has been filled time and time again by Jim Davis; rosy cheeked like Dionysus, but whose reflection in the pouring libation we can clearly see is that of an orange cat. Every day, hundreds of millions of people the world over delight in exploits of the sardonic Garfield, the long-suffering everyman Jon Arbuckle, and the lovable oaf, Odie. Johnson: The original series felt pretty original back in 2008, and I don’t know if it did to us in 2013 when we were ready to go. And so it just kind of back-burnered for awhile until the last year or two where we had the idea for the sex survey.

When Jim Davis, the creator of Garfield, the lazy, sarcastic cartoon cat, heard that President Obama was looking for a dog for the White House, he sat down and drew him a picture of Garfield with Odie, the slobbering dog that plays second fiddle to the cat. ‘Have I got a dog for you!’ he had Garfield saying. I never heard back from Obama,’ chuckles Davis, ‘so Garfield is still stuck with Odie. Little has changed about the strip over the past 31 years. Garfield still sleeps,’ says Davis, now 63.

James Robert "Jim" Davis (born July 28, 1945) is the creator of the comic strip Garfield. As a cartoonist, he has also worked on Tumbleweeds (as an assistant to Tom Ryan), Gnorm Gnat, . Acres (Orson's Farm outside the United States), and a strip about Mr. Potato Head. He is the writer of all the CBS television specials and the direct-to-video movies, as well as a producer/executive producer for Garfield and Friends, the DTV movies, and The Garfield Show

Start reading Garfield Minus Garfield on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Strips in this book include entries by both Dan Walsh and Jim Davis, each presented with the original strip. I have to admit, I was practically rolling on the floor reading this book. The sheer insanity of Jon has never been so perfectly captured, and I truly hope that another collection of these is eventually made. But there was one comic I read each and every time, only to be disappointed time and time again. In case you haven't guessed already, that comic was "Garfield. You see, I WANTED to like it.

Jim Davis: Well, the Baltimore Sun was the first to print Garfield. Jim Davis: We were able to, but very early on - I don't know that anyone else knows this - we actually cast a fat cat thinking we could animate him to do the Garfield stuff. But, they cast this cat and it wasn't big enough, it wasn't strong enough, it couldn't physically do the stuff it was supposed to do to Odie or anyone else within the confines of taste and not having to abuse the animal. I said, 'Here is the book we need. I mocked the whole thing up. I nearly got laughed out of the room when I took it to publishers cause books aren't shaped that way alone. They also found it would cost a lot of money to do a special cut, special stock and everything.

Jim Davis, the cartoonist responsible for drawing Garfield, turns 71 today. To celebrate his birthday, here are 11 facts about the man behind the legendary comic. 1. his asthma LED him to discover drawing. Born July 28, 1945 in Indiana, Davis lived with his parents and younger brother on a farm. Because Davis is so busy running his licensing company, he relies on his staff of cartoonists to help him create the daily comic strip. Davis writes and sketches multiple strips at one time, and his assistants help with blue-lining, inking, coloring, and lettering.

Though Garfield was created by Jim Davis, the text in this how-to book is by Jim Kraft with illustrations by Brett Koth. James Robert "Jim" Davis is an American cartoonist who created the popular comic strip Garfield. Other comics that he has worked on are Tumbleweeds, Gnorm Gnat, Slapstick, and a strip about Mr. Jim Davis was born in Fairmount, Indiana, near Marion, where he grew up on a small farm with his father James William Davis, mother Anna Catherine (Carter) Davis, brother Dave, and 25 cats. Davi James Robert "Jim" Davis is an American cartoonist who created the popular comic strip Garfield.

Americas #1 feline leads the way to a more organized life. Designed for the organizationally challenged, this 17 month calendar is a real life saver. An oversized grid for notations and handy pocket for appointment cards, tickets, and important reminders, will help everyone stay in control!