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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Junk Food

Every Tuesday, Comics Kingdom posts 10 comics on a theme. In honor of National Junk Food Day, today's week’s guilt-free collection of comics on junk food celebrates some popular snacks in all their sugary, salty, spicy, caffeinated and high caloric-count glory.  

1.  Anne Gibbons of “Six Chix” illustrates the oxymoron of junk food. Waste not, want not.

Six Chix, July 9, 2015
Six Chix, July 9, 2015

2. This “Blondie” comic is all that and a bag of chips.

 Blondie, June 6, 2015
Blondie, June 6, 2015

3. Monica in “Tina’s Groove” takes the artisanal trend in the completely opposite direction.

Tina's Groove, February 3, 2015
Tina's Groove, February 3, 2015

4. Ted of “Take It from the Tinkersons” discovers that bad habits have consequences

Take It from the Tinkersons, July 8, 2015
Take It from the Tinkersons, July 8, 2015

5. Breaking up is hard to do, but wallowing in junk food helps to soften the blow.

Rhymes with Orange, June 17, 2015
Rhymes with Orange, June 17, 2015

6. Mike of “Intelligent Life” approaches his consumption of Skittles like a competitive eater. He simply can’t stop at one bag.

Intelligent Life, February 1, 2015
Intelligent Life, February 1, 2015

7. Sarge and Beetle have different appetites. One man’s trail mix is another man’s smorgasbord.

Beetle Bailey, December 1, 2014
Beetle Bailey, December 1, 2014

8. Dustin’s mother, Helen, has the perfect hiding place for tasty treats stored in the refrigerator.

 Dustin, November 29, 2014
Dustin, November 29, 2014 

9. Healthy snacks and vending machines are not meant to be in the same sentence together.

 Arctic Circle, September 27, 2014
Arctic Circle, September 27, 2014 

10. Jeremy obviously likes to “Super Size” his movie concession snacks.

Zits, September 10, 2014
Zits, September 10, 2014

 

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