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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on FIRE

O.K., Comics Fans. We realize National Fire Prevention Week was LAST week, but we were celebrating New York Comic Con and the Comics. So this week, we’ll play catch-up by giving a bit of history about the Week and doffing our hats to those Bravest who put their lives on the line every day to battle fires.  Check out the life-saving info here:  Fire Prevention Week

Seriously, you all know that a fire is no laughing matter. But here at Comics Kingdom, you’ve come to expect us to have just a bit of fun. So here is our list of the Top Ten Comics on all things Fire:

1. Taking your cue from a fire houseon how to speed things up in the morning is a good thing!

Six Chix, December 4, 2013
Six Chix, December 4, 2013

2. No telling what he’ll get when Dagwood orders theFireman’s Chili with the Works!

Blondie, May 4, 2010
Blondie, May 4, 2010

3. Really? The house could be on fire and the General is still glued to his TV!

Beetle Bailey, September 10, 2011
Beetle Bailey, September 10, 2011

4. Ah, youth! Nice to see that a fireman is still in every teenager’s wanna-be list!

ZIts, November 12, 2009
ZIts, November 12, 2009

5. What else would you expect except extreme heat from Capsicum Vineyards?

Rhymes With Orange, March 7, 2013
Rhymes With Orange, March 7, 2013

6. Tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth…

Bizarro, June 18, 2013
Bizarro, June 18, 2013

7. Every kid’s eyes burn when they finally see their parents are real people…

The Pajama Diaries, February 28, 2013
The Pajama Diaries, February 28, 2013

8. Loretta’s fire-y style of cooking is once again the subject of Leroy’s sarcasm.

The Lockhorns, March 28, 2011
The Lockhorns, March 28, 2011

9. Hmmm... Can you guess the real effects of burning fossil fuels?

Arctic Circle, May 31, 2012
Arctic Circle, May 31, 2012

10. See whether this charity event is for the Finest…or the Bravest?

Rhymes With Orange, February 5, 2011
Rhymes With Orange, February 5, 2011

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