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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Grammar and Wordplay

It’s back-to-school season and International Literacy Day! To honor the occasion, Comics Kingdom is offering a fun refresher course with this collection of comics on grammar and wordplay!

Pound sign or hashtag? The real star of this “Rhymes With Orange” cartoon, “Punctuation Party,” is the asterisk.

Rhymes with Orange, August 15, 2015
Rhymes with Orange, August 15, 2015

“Happily Ever After” has taken on new meaning with all the technology, apps and information readily at our fingertips!

Six Chix, December 4, 2014
Six Chix, December 4, 2014

A well-placed comma makes a big difference as this “Bizarro” comic proves.

Bizarro, July 12, 2015
Bizarro, July 12, 2015

Texting is a popular theme in “The Pajama Diaries. ” In this particular comic, autocorrect can't help or save the oldest daughter's poor spelling and punctuation.

Pajama Diaries, January 31, 2015
Pajama Diaries, January 31, 2015

Little sisters like Meg in “Dustin” pounce on any opportunity to correct their older brothers.

Dustin, January 8, 2015
Dustin, January 8, 2015

Grammar experts will absolutely dig Dan Piraro’s “Bizarro” comic on the usage of “well vs. good.”

Bizarro, February 17, 2015
Bizarro, February 17, 2015

Cooper of “Retail” shares one of his many personal pet peeves.

Retail, June 28, 2014
Retail, June 28, 2014

Zombie fans fearing the apocalypse could all use a little “peace of mind.”

Bizarro, December 30, 2014
Bizarro, December 30, 2014

Commas save lives. Period.

Mother Goose and Grimm, January 13, 2014
Mother Goose and Grimm, January 13, 2014

Curtis’ mother has good reason to be concerned with his failed grade on a grammar test.

Curtis, February 11, 2014
Curtis, February 11, 2014

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