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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Neighbors

In honor of Good Neighbors Day, Comics Kingdom offers this Top Ten collection of funny comics on neighbors, both good and bad!

1. It’s a known fact even to Grimmy the dog of “Mother Goose and Grimm” that fences make for good neighbors.

Mother Goose & Grimm, February 15, 2014
Mother Goose & Grimm, February 15, 2014

2. Skip’s grandfather asks Bleeker to do some surveillance for him.

Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, July 23, 2015
Bleeker the Rechargeable Dog, July 23, 2015

3. Curtis’ father reprimands his son about loud music and not being considerate of neighbors.

Curtis, July 27, 2015
Curtis, July 27, 2015

4.  Loretta wonders what Leroy has done to their neighbors to warrant their latest action.

Lockhorns, June 18, 2015
Lockhorns, June 18, 2015

5. Tweetie of “Take It From The Tinkersons” discovers that neighbors make for good fundraising partners.

Take It From The Tinkersons, May 12, 2015
Take It From The Tinkersons, May 12, 2015

6. Dagwood and Herb of “Blondie” know that good neighbors are not to be taken for granted.

Blondie, May 7, 2015
Blondie, May 7, 2015

7. When younger families move into the neighborhood, Rob and Jill of “Pajama Diaries” start feeling their age.

Pajama Diaries, April 21, 2015
Pajama Diaries, April 21, 2015

8. Dustin is shocked by the actions of his elderly next-door neighbor.

Dustin, March 6, 2015
Dustin, March 6, 2015

9. In this “Bizarro” comic, the neighbors of Adam and Eve discover that timing in life is everything.

Bizarro, December 4, 2014
Bizarro, December 4, 2014

10. Life in the suburbs isn’t as quiet and mundane as one might think. Take a look at the landscapers in this “Rhymes With Orange” comic.

Rhymes with Orange, August 24, 2014
Rhymes with Orange, August 24, 2014

So just remember to be a Good Neighbor yourself or you might end up in the comics!

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