Syndicated feature, Break of Day
Break of Day started in 2003 in the college newspaper, The Guardian, at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, where cartoonist, Nate Fakes, was attending. During college, batches of the cartoons were sent to MAD Magazine in New York City, which landed Nate an internship with the publication.
After a brief hiatus, they later on became self-syndicated in newspapers and then syndicated online at GoComics in 2011.
The comics now appear worldwide in greeting cards, magazines, advertisements, viral comics on social media and just about anywhere.
Nate has always had a very short attention span, so the goal of the strip has always been to feature a very short, quick and funny cartoon that only takes a few seconds to read (something HE would enjoy reading). And that’s why it’s called, Break of Day. It can hopefully give you a fun break to your day.