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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Grandparents

In honor of Grandparents Day, Tuesday's Top Ten Comics is a collection of comics featuring grandparents and all the funny ways they spoil their grandkids.

1. Marvin’s grandmother knows the quickest way to his heart is through the cookie jar.

Marvin, August 8, 2015
Marvin, August 8, 2015

2. Skip spends an eventful week of summer vacation with Bleeker and his Gramps.

Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, July 25, 2015
Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, July 25, 2015

3. Harley, the young boy in “Dustin,” has a good mind for business and will never see a poor day.

Dustin, June 14, 2015
Dustin, June 14, 2015

4. Jill in “The Pajama Diaries” makes the phone call that every mother eagerly awaits to get.  

Pajama Diaries, June 20, 2014
Pajama Diaries, June 20, 2014

5. Alexander, the son of Dagwood and Blondie, surprises his parents with an innocent question.

Blondie, March 27, 2010
Blondie, March 27, 2010

6. The unbreakable bond between a grandparent and grandchild is something special and beautiful.

Rhymes with Orange, January 12, 2013
Rhymes with Orange, January 12, 2013

7. From the mouth of babes, this “Bizarro” comic shows why you should never argue in front of children.

 Bizarro, December 6, 2011
Bizarro, December 6, 2011

8. A grandmother’s past experience makes for a beautiful and memorable fairytale for her young granddaughter in this “Six Chix” comic by cartoonist Stephanie Piro.

 Six Chix, August 15, 2009
Six Chix, August 15, 2009

9. Don’t mess with Grandma or Grandpa! They know perfectly well have to give the best paybacks.

Baby Blues, July 6, 2006
Baby Blues, July 6, 2006

10. Finally, there’s a reason why the grandparents of today are known as “The Greatest Generation.”

Tina's Groove, February 1, 2008
Tina's Groove, February 1, 2008

 

 

 

 

 

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