Comic strip characters have been successful in expanding into television and movies for decades. But, this is not a new phenomenon. “Garfield”There have been many firsts for series, which includes a mention in The “Guinness Book of World Records.”

According to Garfield’s Web site today, Garfield is the most syndicated comic strip in existence with more than 263,000,000 readers per day.

Fox Home Entertainment will release a new DVD that features the beloved, feisty feline character. “Garfield: Dreams and Schemes.”The book features 15 hilarious adventures, which are presented in English as well as Spanish. It demonstrates Garfield’s classic spirit. Garfield is a creative thinker, even in his sleep, and can come up with clever ideas to take on creepy monsters, giant robotics, or lasagna adventures.

All episodes on DVD “Nighty Nightmare,” “Mystic Manor”And “The Invasion of the Big Robots.”The DVD will be sold at $14.98 in mass merchants, warehouse clubs and specialty shops, as well as online.

Jim Davis created Garfield, a comic strip that first appeared in 41 newspapers in 1978. It was published in over 100 newspapers across the country by the year 2000.

Davis’ first book, published in 1980. “Garfield at Large,”Davis was at the top on The New York Times bestsellers list and soon had seven bestsellers and a TV special. “Here Comes Garfield.”

Garfield appeared in 1,400 newspapers across 22 countries by 1983 and was being translated into seven other languages. It was the third comic strip to appear in 2,000 newspapers by 1987.

Garfield was also named the Guinness Book of World Records’ “World Record Holder” in 2002. “Most Widely Syndicated Comic Strip in the World.”A live-action movie starring Bill Murray (as Garfield’s voice) and Jennifer Love Hewitt was released in 2004.

Davis first began his career as a cartoonist when he noticed that comic pages had a lot more dogs than cats. He began drawing felines after reminiscing about the 25 cats he had grown up with at his Indiana farm. Garfield Davis was his gruff, loving grandfather. He chose Garfield as the funny cat because he thought it would be the most fun.