This comic strip didn't have that problem in the Garfield Treasury it was part of, as I've pointed out here: https://garfield.fandom.com/wiki/Comic_Errors#comm-32084
The only improper punctuation I see is the lack of a period at the end. Which, to be fair, is also common in the comic strip itself.
Why not use images on the Garfield Wiki, might I ask?
Images of Nermal, or something similar, would be much more relevant.
Uh, why those images?
I believe so.
That's how I think a commercial for the above would go, based on the Beast Wars commercials.
If you don't know, "The Monday Destroyer" is based on this toy: http://www.tfu.info/1998/Maximal/OptimalOptimus/optimaloptimus.htm
Heroic Maximal Garfield is the biggest surprise to the Beast Wars yet! With his large appetite and napping capabilities, the Predacons had better watch their backs. Four modes of disguise, one massive size (again)!
"nickelodeon" was a type of theater from way back, where admission had a price of five cents (hence the name).
The design isn't the problem, at least in my opinion.
As for Garfield.com itself, I don't think it's surprising in the sense that it was getting bare bones in recent years, nor with the timing, but they could have warned us about this (assuming nothing got by me).
I'm aware of GoComics, I saw it on the splash page.
I was referring more to Nickelodeon's part, as like you said, there isn't much to their page for the fat cat.
Yeah, I think this is happening too soon, at least if they really can't afford to have garfield.com stay active.
You're right. Looks like more integrating into Nickelodeon, and on a notable day, no less.
The same thing, or at least a similar thing, happened with TMNT, another Nick acquisition.
Whoa, I was just about to check it out.
It appears to be too long, though I think that's mostly because there are too many paragraph breaks. Usually paragraphs are 3-5 sentences long, or at least that's what I remember about that.
I also spotted some spelling errors, and I would recommend reading this manual of style for certain parts: https://garfield.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:Low_Spark_of_Lyman/Manual_of_Style
If there's an "Under Construction" template at the top of the article, I'd say that's a good bet that it's what you're looking for.
Okay, sounds good to me.