The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn
Type: Comic Panel
The Argyle Sweater is where one should expect the unexpected -- where animals can talk, the imaginary becomes real, and politicians tell the truth. Creator Scott Hilburn's single-panel comic is a window into a world of humorous aburdity that has won over legions of fans and taken comics pages nationwide by storm.
Scott Hilburn is the creator of The Argyle Sweater. It is a comic panel where one should expect the unexpected -- where animals can talk, the imaginary becomes real and politicians tell the truth.
Born in 1971, Hilburn grew up in Garland, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. He earned his bachelor's degree from Argosy University and began working towards his master's in clinical psychology/professional counseling before interrupting his post-graduate studies to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a starving cartoonist. The Argyle Sweater. has quickly gained in popularity and readership, becoming one of the most viewed comics amongst GoComics.com’s vast catalog. Hilburn and his family currently live in the Dallas area.
Meet the Cast of The Argyle Sweater
From the mind of Scott Hilburn comes a situational comic featuring dogs, cats, cops, bees, wolves, game shows, bears, telephones, sports, zebras, nursery-rhyme icons and cavemen, topped off with the occasional evil scientist.
Readers take The Argyle Sweater with them, sharing it with co-workers, friends, family and even their enemies.
The Argyle Sweater has emerged from a crowded and competitive marketplace and made its way into mainstream America, appearing in hundreds of newspapers, on greeting cards and even as in iPhone application. And its panels adorn everything from readers' offices and cubicles to their blogs and social networking sites, dissecting life around us with a scalpel-sharp wit.
Firmly anchored in absurdity with humor both visual and cerebral, The Argyle Sweater has something for people of all ages.
It's a grown-up's comic inspired and drawn with childlike imagination.
You've been waiting for the next big thing? Well, it's here.