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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on GROUND HOG DAY AND WINTER

Dear Royal Readers,

Today is Ground Hog Day. Unfortunately, we could only find ONE comic specifically about Ground Hog Day. So, instead, knowing that Punxsutawny Phil and Staten Island Chuck (a.k.a. Charles G. Hogg) generally end up seeing their shadows, we hope you enjoy Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Ground Hog's Day AND Winter, since we'll have six more weeks of it!

1. Friends discuss the odd naming conventions for holidays.

Rhymes with Orange, February  2, 2007
Rhymes with Orange, February 2, 2007

2. Leroy may think Loretta's cooking is Abominable like the Snowman but she does know something about seasonal vegetables.

Lockhorns, January 28, 2016
Lockhorns, January 28, 2016

3. Like all creatures on this Earth, Mooch and Earl can identify with Punxsutawny Phil when it starts to snow.

Mutts, January 25, 2016
Mutts, January 25, 2016

4. In Jeremy's world, the winter formal is no big deal... or is it?

Zits, January 25, 2016
Zits, January 25, 2016

5. Winter apparel creates an air of mystery.

Family Circus, January 21, 2016
Family Circus, January 21, 2016

6. The Forths discuss how to combat their post-holidays winter funk.

Sally Forth, January  8, 2016
Sally Forth, January 8, 2016

7. Jill reflects on the winter breaks of years past.

Pajama Diaries, January  1, 2016
Pajama Diaries, January 1, 2016

8. Frank talks to Oscar about cold and flu season.

Arctic Circle, November 28, 2015
Arctic Circle, November 28, 2015

9. Winter has its benefits.

Six Chix, October 24, 2015
Six Chix, October 24, 2015

10. Jill and Rob talk about the arrival of winter.

Pajama Diaries, December  5, 2015
Pajama Diaries, December 5, 2015

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