One of the earliest comic strips that I remember seeing in the newspapers, alongside Garfield, Peanuts and Hagar the Horrible was an innocuous single panel called "Love is". It always began the same way. The words "Love is" would be written on the top corner followed by a drawing of a sweet childish couple and the end of the phrase at the bottom. I am sure many of you have seen it too. Image Source: LoveIsComix.
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Love Is They were published in booklets  in the late s before appearing in strip form in a newspaper in , under the pen name "Kim". They were syndicated soon after and the strip is syndicated worldwide today by Tribune Content Agency. The beginning of the strip coincided closely with the film Love Story. The film's signature line is " Love means never having to say you're sorry. Roberto Casali was diagnosed with terminal cancer in and Kim stopped working on the cartoon to spend more time with him. The upper left-hand corner starts with a simple phrase which always begins with "Love Is
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Her drawings were cute and relatable, featuring a round, cartoonish version of herself and an equally Hummel-figurine-looking version of her fiance. After they were married, her husband continued to encourage Casali to keep drawing her comics, and in the late 60s she began publishing little pamphlets filled with her work. After passing the pamphlets on to a friend in publishing, Casali's Love Is cartoons were picked up for national syndication in Casali, drawing under the pen name "Kim," then gained national attention. In February of Casali published her most famous comic, " Love Is
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