After the massive success of Garfield, creator Jim Davis developed a new comic strip aimed at younger fans called U.S. Acres. Most comics were pointed at adults at that time because they read the newspaper, but Davis wanted something kids could enjoy, too. In addition to a comic strip, Davis also inserted animated U.S. Acres shorts into television episodes of Garfield on Saturday mornings. From left to right, you have Sheldon, Booker, Bo, Wade, Orson, Roy, and Lanolin in the graphic. This shirt was only available at The Hundreds brick-and-mortar stores and the pop-up Garfield Art Show The Hundreds hosted in Santa Monica. This is the first time we've ever sold it online. Don't sleep, even if you just ate a bunch of lasagna.