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Fox Trot

Fox Trot is a comic strip by cartoonist Bill Amend. It began syndication on April 10, 1988.

It is a daily strip about the misadventures of the Fox family. Main characters include:

  • Roger: the father, corporate slave and not-too-bright
  • Andy: the mother, a writer
  • Peter: older brother, jock
  • Paige: style-obsessed sister
  • Jason: annoying nerdy little brother
  • Quincy: Jason's pet iguana

Some Recurring minor characters:

  • Denise: Peter's blind girlfriend
  • Marcus: Jason's best friend

It is syndicated by United Press Syndicate[?].

List of Fox Trot Books

  • FoxTrot
  • Pass the Loot
  • FoxTrot: The Works (anthology)
  • Black Bart Says Draw
  • Eight Yards, Down and Out
  • FoxTrot en masse (anthology)
  • Bury My Heart at Fun-Fun mountain
  • Say Hello to Cactus Flats
  • Enormously FoxTrot (anthology)
  • May the Force Be with Us, Please
  • Take Us to Your Mall
  • Wildly FoxTrot (anthology)
  • The Return of the Lone Iguana
  • At Least This Place Sells T-Shirts
  • FoxTrot Beyond a Doubt (anthology)
  • Come Closer, Roger, There's a Mosquito on Your Nose
  • Welcome to Jasorassic Park
  • Camp FoxTrot (anthology)
  • I'm Flying, Jack...I Mean, Roger
  • Think iFruity
  • Assorted FoxTrot (anthology)
  • Death By Field Trip
  • Encyclopedias Brown and White
  • His Code Name Was The Fox
  • FoxTrot: Assembled with Care (anthology)
  • Your Momma Thinks Square Roots Are Vegetables

The anthologies are made up of the previous two books, with color Sunday strips (as opposed to black and white in the smaller books) up until and subsequently including Assembled with Care which was made up of the three previous books.

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