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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on BROWNIES

Actually, last Tuesday was National Brownie Day but here at Comics Kingdom, we were celebrating Hanukkah. So instead, take some time today to relax and enjoy a rich, fudge brownie in honor of the occasion. Some say brownies made their debut during the early twentieth century in New England, but there are many variations of the origin story. Regardless of how they got their start, there's no doubt they're here to stay. Whether you make 'em from a mix or create a batch from scratch, celebrate today with a brownie and our Top Ten Comics on BROWNIES!

1. Even though Meagan has taken over running the Lagoon's potluck picnic, Fillmore still plans on helping out with his special brownies.

Sherman's Lagoon, December 02, 2014
Sherman's Lagoon, December 02, 2014

2. Even Curtis has to admit that it was nice of Mrs. Nelson to bring the boys a batch of her homemade brownies.

Curtis, July 18, 2015
Curtis, July 18, 2015

3. Freelancers need to keep their nose to the grindstone.

The Pajama Diaries, April 28, 2015
The Pajama Diaries, April 28, 2015

4. Frank takes advantage of the open hiring policy at the new bakery.

Arctic Circle, April 13, 2015
Arctic Circle, April 13, 2015

5. Tillman goes for the good stuff at the dinner table.

Take It From The Tinkersons, October 15, 2014
Take It From The Tinkersons, October 15, 2014

6. Some product expansion types in the baking aisle take on a different connotation in the Mile High City.

Rhymes with Orange, July 11, 2014
Rhymes with Orange, July 11, 2014

7. When Helen’s plate of brownies goes missing from the refrigerator, Dustin and Ed have an airtight legal defense.

Dustin, March 5, 2014
Dustin, March 5, 2014

8. Healthcare coverage gets more complex every day

Six Chix, August 30, 2010
Six Chix, August 30, 2010

9. Resolutions about any kind of chocolate are tough to keep.

Between Friends, January 8, 2009
Between Friends, January 8, 2009

10. Dagwood's carpool brakes for brownies.

Blondie, January 25, 2007
Blondie, January 25, 2007

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