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- Carson, Johnny (CBS News)
Provides a picture and biographical information. "Johnny Carson, the "Tonight Show" host who served America a smooth nightcap of celebrity banter and droll comedy for 30 years, died Sunday. He was 79."
"His wealth, the adoration of his guests — particularly the many young comics whose careers he launched — the wry tales of multiple divorces: Carson's air of modesty made it all serve to enhance his bedtime intimacy with viewers." 1-05
- Diller, Phyllis (CNN News)
"Way before people such as Roseanne Barr, Kathy Griffin and Rosie O'Donnell broke ground for women in comedy, there was Phyllis Diller. She got started in the late '50s, a time when female stand-up comics were a rarity." 08-12
- Dilbert (Dilbert.com)
Provides the comics. Use the forward or backward arrow next to the date (which is next to the word "Strips") to see more. 08-10
- "Cathy" Ends (CNN News)
"Cathy" comic strip ends after 34 years.
- Marvel Characters (Marvel.com)
Describes Marvel characters, such as Spider-Man and Hulk.
- Superman (DCComics.com)
Describes the origins of Superman.