Cartoons: United Features opens archive

image First Peanuts small United Features, the home of more than 90 great comics like the Peanuts, Speed Bump or Mike Luckovich (our favorite) has opened its archives of daily cartoons for free on its web site

Besides providing the complete archives of many cartoons that go back years (with the Peanuts to October 1950 – more than 20,000 strips), you can also create yourself a custom RSS feed from the different artists that will include the actual drawing and not just a link to a web page.

This is definitely a great feature we are hoping to see with other cartoon sites like DailyInk or as well.

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