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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Sailors

In honor of Fleet Week and Memorial Day, Tuesday’s Top Ten Comics is a collection of comics on sailors and sea-related humor.

1. Sometimes, it’s funny when someone shows a side of themselves that you never knew. Skip in “Intelligent Life” recalls his childhood hero, Popeye, when he trys to picture Barry as a sailor.

Intelligent Life, February 16, 2015
Intelligent Life, February 16, 2015

2. Baking in the sun takes on a new meaning in this “Rhymes With Orange” comic.

Rhymes with Orange, November 24, 2012
Rhymes with Orange, November 24, 2012

3. The penguins of “Arctic Circle” understand that sailors need strong stomachs.

Arctic Circle, January 9, 2010
Arctic Circle, January 9, 2010

 4. Barry in “Intelligent Life” fondly recalls his days in the Navy.

Intelligent Life, February 18, 2015
Intelligent Life, February 18, 2015

 5. A sailor and a fisherman find common ground in their love of the sea and butter.

Rhymes with Orange, August 30, 2009
Rhymes with Orange, August 30, 2009

6. Mrs. Duncan in “Zits” sees Jeremy, her youngest son, as her baby boy.

Zits comic, December 1, 2014
Zits comic, December 1, 2014

7. A mermaid waits for her sailor with “baited breath.”

Rhymes with Orange, March 23, 2005
Rhymes with Orange, March 23, 2005

8. A beachgoer’s conch shell plays a trick on her.

Six Chix, August 18, 2014
Six Chix, August 18, 2014

9. A sailor is looking for love at the Seaport.

 Rhymes with Orange, August  9, 2010
Rhymes with Orange, August 9, 2010

10. Finally, a sailor on leave enjoys the many sights, sounds and swag of Fleet Week in New York.

Bizarro, October 23, 2011
Bizarro, October 23, 2011

 

 

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