By: E&P Staff
“Non Sequitur” turns 15 on Feb. 16, according to Universal Press Syndicate.
Wiley Miller’s comic — which appears in more than 700 newspapers — is known for its striking art, for its availability in both a strip and panel format, and for having some episodes that feature recurring characters and others that don’t.
“The whole point of how I developed ‘Non Sequitur’ was to guard against the burnout that has ended other strips,” Miller said in a Q&A on Universal’s site. “I wanted to give my strip the broadest base possible so that I could strike out in any direction my creative juices wanted to go while still remaining relevant to the feature itself. And it worked!”