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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Sons and Daughters

Every Tuesday, Comics Kingdom posts a Top 10 list on a theme. In keeping with the family theme that we have been following the past few weeks, this week's collection of comics is on Sons and Daughters.

1. Darryl, of “Baby Blues,” has a sit down with his son, Hammie, who is constantly looking for new and original ways to torment his sisters.

Baby Blues, February 26, 2015
Baby Blues, February 26, 2015

2. Marvin’s parents stopped after one child because perfection is hard to replicate twice.

Marvin, April 10, 2009
Marvin, April 10, 2009

 3. Wanda, of “Baby Blues,” has a tendency to overshare when voicing her maternal pride about Hammie.

 Baby Blues, May 24, 2013
Baby Blues, May 24, 2013

4. A father’s offers his son paternal advice on the mysteries of women.

Bizarro, December 3, 2014
Bizarro, December 3, 2014

5. Teen-aged sons and daughters have no filter when telling parents how unfashionable they are.

Zits, February 24, 2014
Zits, February 24, 2014

6.  Father and son bonding can be both negative and positive as clearly depicted in this “Marvin” comic.

Marvin, September 20, 2013
Marvin, September 20, 2013

7. Emma and Susan have a tender moment of mother-daughter bonding in this sweet “Between Friends” comic on trying to be someone you’re not.

Between Friends, January  4, 2014
Between Friends, January 4, 2014

8. Take Your Daughter To Work Day isn’t always as swell as some kids think it will be.

Rhymes with Orange, June  8, 2015
Rhymes with Orange, June 8, 2015

9. Dustin tries to find common ground with his parents to mixed but hilarious results.

Dustin, April 15, 2011
Dustin, April 15, 2011

10. Finally, some reasons to have a son or daughter are nicely detailed and outlined in this “Pajama Diaries” comic.

Pajama Diaries, May 12, 2013
Pajama Diaries, May 12, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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