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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on PIZZA

Hi, Royal Comics Fans!

Did you know that it was the returning American soldiers who fought in Italy during World War II who brought a hunger for pizza home with them and pushed its popularity over the top? America’s love of pizza continued to grow and, thanks to Gerry Durnell, a pizzeria owner himself and founder of industry magazine Pizza Today, October has been celebrated since 1984 as the official National Pizza Month across most of North America.

So, of course, today, in honor of National Pizza Month, Comics Kingdom has to give you a giggle and help you celebrate with the Top Ten Comics about – you guessed it. PIZZA!

1. Even though his team gets crushed every time, Sherman has the right idea for an after-the-game pick-me-up.

Sherman’s Lagoon, October 5, 2015
Sherman’s Lagoon, October 5, 2015

2. When Dagwood lends Herb $20, he wants to know where his money is going

Blondie, March 31, 2015
Blondie, March 31, 2015

3. What to Jeremy is a life-changing experience means something different to his mom…

Zits, September 14, 2015
Zits, September 14, 2015

4. Loretta is the only woman who could appreciate Leroy’s anniversary gift.

The Lockhorns, September 10, 2015
The Lockhorns, September 10, 2015

5. Gwen enlightens Barry about what “the ladies” really like…

Intelligent Life, September 1, 2015
Intelligent Life, September 1, 2015

6. “Let’s eat out tonight” means something quite different to Hi.

Hi and Lois, August 3, 2015
Hi and Lois, August 3, 2015

7. Some people get very philosophical about pizza.

Rhymes with Orange, October 16, 2012
Rhymes with Orange, October 16, 2012

8. When their cash-strapped friends send a wedding invitation, Hagar and Helga are surprised at their reception menu choices.

Hagar the Horrible July 23, 2015
Hagar the Horrible July 23, 2015

9. Does eating pizza together count as a date?

Curtis, January 30, 2015
Curtis, January 30, 2015

10. When Tiff catches a cold from Ted, he steps up to the plate to make dinner for the kids. (Pun intended.)

Take It From The Tinkersons, January 23,   2015
Take It From The Tinkersons, January 23, 2015

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