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Wacky Dawg is a comic strip created by Bryan Little, the former cartoonist for the school newspaper. According to Greg Heffley, the comic was once humorous, but the quality had deteriorated when Bryan started to use the comic as a means of handling his personal business (for example, telling someone to give the $5 that they owed him).

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid[]

Greg believes Bryan's new approach for Whacky Dawg is why the strip was cancelled and replaced with Creighton the Cretin, and later Zoo-Wee Mama! in a contest.[1]

In the movie, Bryan gets mono and has to be out of school for three months, making his replacement comic only a temporary one. Like the books, Wacky Dawg is replaced by Zoo-Wee Mama! although the later wins on its first try. He also appears in the movie diary as a poster made by the cast that says "Don't be a fool, stay in school!". In the animated movie, an ad for the comic contest is briefly seen on the bulletin board and Greg wants to use that to get him popularity, since he believes he cannot get popular trying to compete with Rowley's injury. This time the position is open due to a comic artist quitting, not from being fired or on medical leave, however it doesn't specify whether the comic artist was Bryan Little although his Wacky Dawg character was shown on the ad. The people in Wacky Dawg are Susan Lim and Rachel (also known as Tabatha in the online book), plus Barry Palmer.

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  1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid, pages 164-165
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