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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Robots

It’s National Robotics Week, which recognizes robotics technology as a pillar of 21st century innovation and technology education!  In honor of the occasion, Comics Kingdom offers this collection of robot-themed comics. Follow the special week-long National Robotics Week series in Bleeker: The Rechargeable Dog!

1. Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog celebrates National Robotics Week.

Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, April 6, 2015 http://funni.es/1yPHQAl
Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, April 6, 2015

2. Leroy makes a good point while shopping for a car with Loretta.

Lockhorns, January 31, 2014 http://funni.es/1yPJYYB
Lockhorns, January 31, 2014

3. Robot problems.

Bizarro, May 10, 2013 http://funni.es/1MZxk5f
Bizarro, May 10, 2013

4. Robotic dogs are so lifelike … it is almost like having a real dog.

Six Chix, November 3, 2014 http://funni.es/1rRzW4A
Six Chix, November 3, 2014       

5. Beetle Bailey finds a way to do less work than usual.

Beetle Bailey, January 13, 2015 http://funni.es/1yPM4YE
Beetle Bailey, January 13, 2015

6.  Robots in therapy.

Mother Goose and Grimm May 18, 2014 http://funni.es/1yPMz4Z
Mother Goose and Grimm May 18, 2014

7. A customer in “Retail” looks to the future.

Retail, February  9, 2014 http://funni.es/1Pd8nBM
Retail, February 9, 2014

8. Dustin’s father does the robot dance.

Dustin, August 30, 2013 http://funni.es/1MZBU3i
Dustin, August 30, 2013

9. Remember kids, don’t leave your robots unattended by the pool.

Bizarro, June 23, 2013 http://funni.es/1yPO1Er
Bizarro, June 23, 2013

10. Robots on a first date.

Mother Goose and Grimm  June 25, 2013 http://funni.es/1yPO7Me
Mother Goose and Grimm June 25, 2013

 

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