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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Fireworks

Greetings Comics Royals!

Every Tuesday, we post 10 comics on a theme. In honor of Independence Day, today’s collection of comics are on fireworks and the Fourth of July!

1. In every neighborhood, there’s that one neighbor who takes his Fourth of July fireworks display to another level. It appears Jeff Miller of “Marvin” may have something in common with that neighbor.

Marvin, June 29, 2015
Marvin, June 29, 2015

2. Despite the age difference, Dustin and Harley bond over Independence Day and bottle rockets.

    Dustin, July 4, 2014
Dustin, July 4, 2014

3. The penguins of “Arctic Circle” expected a little more bang from their eco-friendly fireworks.

Arctic Circle, July  4, 2014
Arctic Circle, July 4, 2014

4. Poor Tubby! The Fourth of July is the one day of the year that dogs despise. Tubby of “Take It From The Tinkersons” is no exception.

Take It From The Tinkersons, July  4, 2014
Take It From The Tinkersons, July 4, 2014

5. Mooch of “Mutts” is fully prepared to give his owners a pre-Fourth of July fireworks preview.

Mutts, July 3, 2014
Mutts, July 3, 2014

6.  Leroy of “The Lockhorns” fully anticipates fireworks of a different kind when he pays a visit to his mother-in-law’s house.

Lockhorns, June 24, 2014
Lockhorns, June 24, 2014

7.  Christmas in July? The Fourth of July holiday means different things to different characters − take Attila from “Mother Goose and Grimm” for instance.

Mother Goose and Grimm, July 4, 2012
Mother Goose and Grimm, July 4, 2012

8.  Independence Day is a great holiday to spend with family and remember the things that matter.

Pajama Diaries, July 4, 2011
Pajama Diaries, July 4, 2011

9. Dolly learns about the “Declaration” of Independence in school.

 

Family Circus, June 18, 2008
Family Circus, June 18, 2008

10. Finally, Ray Billingsley, creator of “Curtis” reminds us to let freedom ring — the true meaning of Independence Day.

Curtis, July 4, 2014
Curtis, July 4, 2014

 Wishing everyone a very happy and safe Independence Day and Fourth of July!

 

 

 

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