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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Allergy Season

April breezes bring May sneezes. Spring is here, and with it comes allergy season! While spring flowers, trees and the allure of the great outdoors are appealing, their pollen can cause misery for those who are allergic. To entertain those who suffer from allergies and “hay fever,” ComicsKingdoom.com compiled this list of allergy-tested comics for your safe consumption. Enjoy!

1. Bleeker learns to never say never and Gesundheit after Skip sneezes. 

Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, June 10, 2014
Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, June 10, 2014

2. Al Fresco in the Spring.

Rhymes with Orange, August 17, 2009
Rhymes with Orange, August 17, 2009

 3. Charlie Brown gets a very troubling news from his doctor.

Mother Goose and Grimm, May 20, 2014
Mother Goose and Grimm, May 20, 2014

4. Mooch of “Mutts” gets personal and shares cat problems.

Mutts, April 28, 2014
Mutts, April 28, 2014

5. By sympathizing with her father, Megan of “Dustin” learns that a back scratcher is a great gift for Father’s Day.

Dustin, May 20, 2014
Dustin, May 20, 2014

6. The logic of fairies and the cause of hay fever is explained in this funny “Rhymes With Orange” comic.

Rhymes with Orange, April 23, 2013
Rhymes with Orange, April 23, 2013

7. Stopping and smelling the roses cramps Hagar the Horrible’s raiding plans.

Hagar the Horrible, November 16, 2012
Hagar the Horrible, November 16, 2012

8. For a man who sure loves to nap, Dagwood is hesitant to take non-drowsy seasonal allergy medicine.

Blondie, March 30, 2010
Blondie, March 30, 2010

9. Museum director carefully curates his art collection.

 Bizarro, April  8, 2012

Bizarro, April 8, 2012

10. Poor Tina. She must miss a lot of days of work.

Six Chix, May 31, 2012
Six Chix, May 31, 2012

 Thanks for reading this week's Top Ten Comics on Allergy Season!



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