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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on INDEPENDENCE DAY

Dear Loyal Royal Readers,

July 4, 1776 marked the birth of our nation. Now, 240 years later, some people are STILL celebrating Independence Day even if the actual holiday was yesterday.So here at Comics Kingdom, we thought we would, too. So, even if today isn't July 4, we hope you enjoy Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on INDEPENDENCE DAY.

1. Leroy already knows what to expect this Fourth of July. (comicskingdom.com)

June 24, 2014
June 24, 2014

2. Leave it to Marvin to focus on food for the holiday. (comicskingdom.com)

Marvin, July 4, 2015
Marvin, July 4, 2015

3. For Jill and Rob, there's a lot to celebrate on July 4. (comicskingdom.com)

The Pajama Diaries, July 4, 2011
The Pajama Diaries, July 4, 2011

4. Tiff is taking no guff from Tillman about cleaning his room, even if it is a national holiday. (comicskingdom.com)

Take It From the Tinkersons, July 4, 2015
Take It From the Tinkersons, July 4, 2015

5. This is probably not what the Founding Fathers had in mind when they encouraged their countrymen to celebrate with fireworks! (comicskingdom.com).

Six Chix, July 4, 2015
Six Chix, July 4, 2015

6. This is the holiday for those that need to celebrate together. (comicskingdom.com)

Rhymes With Orange, July 3, 2015
Rhymes With Orange, July 3, 2015

7. Ralph has a peculiar way of looking at the 4th of July. (comicskingdom.com)

Mother Goose & Grimm, July 4, 2012
Mother Goose & Grimm, July 4, 2012

8. Oscar, Ed and Gordo need to be more careful with their fireworks. (comicskingdom.com)

Arctic Circle, July 4, 2009
Arctic Circle, July 4, 2009

9. The Fourth of July can be a scary time for many of the earth's creatures. (comicskingdom.com)

Mutts, July 4, 2015
Mutts, July 4, 2015

10. Ed likes to celebrate the Fourth of July in style. (comicskingdom.com)

Dustin, July 4, 2015
Dustin, July 4, 2015

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