After having a glass of warm milk, and doing about 20 minutes of stretches before going to bed, I usually have no problem sleeping until morning. He is the tritagonist in the comic strip and is rarely absent.

Type of Hero Uncle Enos, the state champion apple corer.

Garfield and Jon play an odd pair who are comedic or unusual. He and Garfield provide most of the dialogue on a regular basis, though he is the only one whose dialogue is in speech bubbles. Prior to 2006 (when Jon and Liz finally became a couple), Jon constantly struck out when trying to get dates with women. He wears a light brown suit and a red tie with an image of Garfield on it. Garfield is often, but not always, normal. He was played by Philip Mitchell, Thom Huge, and Breckin Meyer (in the live action films). Jim Davis based much of himself onto Jon Arbuckle, such as that Jon has the same birthday as Jim Davis. He also has a brother whom he always called Doc Boy, much to his brother's annoyance. : Garfield's Twentieth Anniversary Collection, Jim Davis stated in an annotation that his reading audience has always demanded comic sequences where Garfield has to go through a diet, or else they complain. Jon Arbuckle was born to farm-owners Mr. and Mrs. Arbuckle. "Jon" Arbuckle (b. July 28, 1950) is the deuteragonist of the Garfield franchise, and was once the protagonist of the comic strip, Jon. A running gag has Jon appearing to be talking to himself or having sudden mood swings making him appear insane, or sometimes depressed and seemingly suicidal. Sandy Kenyon (Here Comes Garfield)Thom Huge (all other 1980s and 1990s appearances) Wally Wingert (current voice)Jon Barnard (Video Games) Breckin Meyer (live action movies) Jon was voiced by Sandy Kenyon in the first animated television special (. In The Garfield Show, Jon is a little more intelligent than his other incarnations. Jon is a bachelor who works as a cartoonist. Uncle Buford, a lifelong bachelor due to the fact that he had three arms. Full Name Jon has brown, loosely combed hair with a few strands out of place. Jon Arbuckle (born as Jonathan Quentin Arbuckle; July 28, 1961) is one of the two tritagonists in the Garfield franchise, alongside Nermal. If Jon has indeed aged in real time, this would put his possible birth date at December 23 1950, making him sixty-five years old today, or sixty-four if one does not count the year that Jon was sick. and loud flashy outfits. He also wears dark blue pants (in older appearances, he wore black pants) and brown shoes. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Despite the genre being "dead," he still likes to dance to disco music. Jon also had a dog as a child named "Scraps" who chased a stick into a thresher. Writing Cartoons, loyal to his friend Garfield the Cat, eating and watch tv and being clumsy and nerdy, Being loyal to Garfield, being a good cartoonist and trying to find a date with a beautiful girl. He is voiced by Sandy Kenyon in first animated series, Thom Huge in Garfield and Friends, Breckin Meyer in the live action adaption and currently Wally Wingert in the CGI movies and The Garfield Show. Jon has at least dieted with Garfield twice. : Garfield's Twentieth Anniversary Collection, https://garfield.fandom.com/wiki/Jon_Arbuckle?oldid=130201, Ordering Garfield to do chores and to not touch food he is not supposed to eat, Threatening Garfield whenever he does something wrong, Garfield trying to eat his meals or plants, Garfield trying to mail Nermal to Abu Dhabi, Garfield scratching his furniture and his curtains, RX-2 abusing Garfield's weight and insulting him, His pets refusing to play with Drusilla and Minerva, due to their extreme hyperactivity. In the live-action films, Jon is the deuteragonist in the first film and the tritagonist in the second film. Aunt Edna, who is the strict wife of Uncle Ed. Occupation Jon does many other unintelligent activities, such as looking in an auto parts store for Liz's Christmas present. Doc Boy (younger brother), Mr. Arbuckle (father), Mrs. Arbuckle (mother), Garfield (pet cat), Odie (pet dog), Nermal (occasional pet cat), Grandma Arbuckle (grandmother), Grandpa Arbuckle (grandfather, deceased), Drusilla and Minerva (twin nieces), Stevie (nephew), Shannon (nieces), Kenny (niece), various aunts, uncles, and cousins. Jim Davis is a fan of the strip and sometimes contributes to the site. I work as a cartoonist, and I get home every day by 8 pm, at the latest. He has a very large family, especially consisting of uncles and aunts. In Garfield and Friends, he is often gullible, usually when faced with unscrupulous salesmen, no matter how obvious the scams may be. Jon Arbuckle Powers/Skills Alias – Jong Erbeckle Jon Arbuckle (Born 1972, age 43) is a novice level bachelor and unfunny man losing everytime at trying to do stuff that everyone else on this planet is able to do, like getting a girlfriend, in which they are all hostile towards him.
That is how I deal with society, and I know what brings me happiness. Jon has had occasional moments of brilliance, such as putting out decoy Christmas presents, taking out the kitchen light bulb, nailing Garfield into bed, spraying Garfield with a shaken soda can (which was shaken by Garfield), sawing a hole in a table and Garfield's bed to trick Garfield. This usually makes Jon feel bad and gives in into giving Garfield food. Family Other relatives that little is known about include cousins Oscar, Zoroaster, Phadrig, Isaac, Norman, Henry, Emmanuel, Ambrose, Denny, and great-great-aunts Veronica and Relda, and aunts Sabrina and Daphne. https://daffysbizarreadventure.fandom.com/wiki/Jon_Arbuckle?oldid=3447. Jon will often present Liz with a ridiculous idea of some sorts, or offer to play a tune on his accordion. Enemies Breckin Meyer as live action Jon Arbuckle. “My name is Jon Arbuckle, my house is in the Northeast section of Aron city where all the villas are and I am not married. Excellent cartoonist, excellent in cooking but stinks at cooking at terrible dishes, being a loyal friend to Garfield and Odie, being a good Disc Jockey or DJ and being fun loving Excellent in Hand-to-Hand Combat Intelligence; personally trained by Bak Mei; one of the 5 legendary masters of Martial Arts. Jonathan Q. He was (possibly still is, due to it never being contradicted) a cartoonist, but this reference has not been seen, since the early days of the comic strip. He reads pop-up books (calling them “fascinating”), wears bunny footie pajamas (even when he goes out to get the mail), and owns teddy bear boxers.

Garfield remarks that he has six fingers, probably from an apple core. In the first Garfield strip, Jon establishes himself as a cartoonist, although he was rarely seen making cartoons. Sometimes, Jon has threatened not to feed Garfield unless he does a certain task.

Shannon, Jon's teenage niece who speak's "valley". The job was more frequently mentioned in Garfield and Friends.

Jon says "The aliens, of course, denied everything." Great-uncle Norbert, a color-blind electrician (who had trouble with red and black wires and an interesting hairstyle). According to Garfield, he whines a lot, which is sometimes demonstrated.

Portrayed by Pets JonJonnieArbuckleMr. Jon is the primary fodder and conversation partner to Garfield and is often the victim of his jokes. In "Very Very Long Night", he forbids them from doing it, mainly because he was annoyed and trying to sleep.

Being a cartoonist, Jon is skilled at his craft. He is bad at singing, often getting his mouth forced and sealed closed by others, especially when out caroling around Christmas time. Cartoonist. Ironically, Breckin Meyer is allergic to cats, that was just a rumor. Sometimes, he is lazy and self-centered. I'm trying to explain that I'm a person who wishes to live a very quiet life. This would make Jon's birth date July 28, 1961, and his current age is 53 years old.

Jon is an easy prank target for Garfield, either played when he is awake or asleep. But he would take allergy shots to be around cats. In the strip Garfield is depicted as Jon's imaginary friend who only he can see. Happy Chapman, Lord Dargis, Garfield (sometimes), Odie (sometimes), Binky the Clown (sometimes), Squeak, other mice, other enemies

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Edna felt sympathy for Jon being treated miserably by Uncle Ed and took him away at the end of The Thing That Stayed Forever. to which Garfield replies, "Okay, now I'm frightened.
Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Even after forming a relationship with Liz, Jon still behaves pathetically. Arbuckle (Mother)Mr. Arbuckle (Father)Doc Boy Arbuckle (Brother)Grandma ArbuckleGrandpa ArbuckleAunt GussieAunt IvyAunt PrunellaEdward Arbuckle (Uncle)Drusilla and Minerva (Cousins)Lucretia and Tabitha (Cousins)Cousin IchabodMarian Arbuckle (Cousin)George (Cousin)Harold John (Cousin-In-Law)Shannon Arbuckle (Niece)Long Jon Arbuckle (Ancestor) Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He is also quite fond of polka and accordion music. After receiving his Stand ability, Paperback Writer, Jon went full Elliot and started killing people as a form of revenge against the society that rejected him and his art.

Excellent cartoonist, excellent in cooking but stinks at cooking at terrible dishes, being a loyal friend to Garfield and Odie, being a good Disc Jockey or DJ and being fun loving Excellent in Hand-to-Hand Combat Intelligence; personally trained by Bak Mei; one of the 5 legendary masters of Martial Arts. Under some unusual circumstances, Jon frequently embarrasses himself, and Liz, while out on dates: this often results in Jon getting permanently kicked out of the restaurant. Goals Being loyal to Garfield, being a good cartoonist and trying to find a date with a beautiful girl. He has also appeared in the animated television series Garfield and Friends, the computer-animated The Garfield Show, and two live-action/computer-animated feature films. Kenny, another one of Jon´s nieces, who had a facelift. Likes

"This is for stealing my dog, and my cat!"

Family Jon tends to be immature at times.

He is presented in all branches of the Garfield franchise except a few video games.

Since Garfield is capable of eating large quantities of food, Arbuckle has put Garfield on several diets over the years. In The Garfield Show, Jon has been tricked by Garfield commonly of times.

GarfieldOdieScraps (deceased)Henry (deceased)Herbie (deceased)Fish (all deceased)Canaries (all deceased)Nadine (deceased) starting my 2020 cosplay career off in the worst way #jonarbuckle jonarbucklecosplay cosplay garfield garfieldcosplay. Jon has messy brown hair with a black mullet. Jon had a cousin named Leonard who claimed to be kidnapped by aliens. https://hero.fandom.com/wiki/Jon_Arbuckle?oldid=2012993, Jon had a cousin named Leonard who claimed to be kidnapped by aliens. Jonathan Quentin Arbuckle Garfield will frequently turn to Liz and encourage her to "escape" while she still can. Jon can play the accordion so badly it can cause people to feel immense pain. Garfied series       Reddish-Brown

Cartoonist Garfield says that he lived up to his name. He can draw quality sketches quickly. Just like Garfield he likes to help people, when they ask him. Jon Arbuckle is based on Jim Davis the man who created Garfield.