Moose and Molly chronicles the misadventures of a lazy, out-of-work, out-of-shape loafer and life with his wife, children and multitude of pets. Moose can never seem to hold a job for more than a day, despite constant goading from his wife, Molly.
Moose and Molly started its newspaper run with King Features in 1965 as Moose Miller. The strip's exaggerated comic style attracted a lot of fans and readers nationwide. Weber changed the name to Moose and Molly in 1998 as Molly's character developed into a more central figure.
The frenzied activity of creator Bob Weber's family provided him with many of the comic situations he portrays in Moose and Molly. For more than 45 years, the strip has retained the vital sense of family humor that has been its hallmark since the beginning.