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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on EYES

Dear Loyal Royal Readers,

Today is Different Colored Eyes Day. We know. It's a bit of an odd subject. Sure, we don't mind celebrating diversity of eye color. But we thought that was too specific a subject to find comics about so we broadened our search. We hope you enjoy Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on plain old EYES! .

1. Dolly's taking care of her little brother. (comicskingdom.com)

The Family Circus, July 4, 2016
The Family Circus, July 4, 2016

2. Mooch is single-minded when it comes to his little pink sock. (comicskingdom.com)

Mutts, June 25, 2016
Mutts, June 25, 2016

3. One of Hawthorne's sales schemes backfired. (comicskingdom.com)

Sherman's Lagoon, June 3, 2016
Sherman's Lagoon, June 3, 2016

4. Loretta has no qualms about expressing her opinion about Leroy's appearance. (comicskingdom.com)

The Lockhorns, May 18, 2016
The Lockhorns, May 18, 2016

5. These guys know a good thing when they see it. (comicskingdom.com).

Six Chix, April 25, 2016
Six Chix, April 25, 2016

6. When Jill visits the eye doctor, it's rather traumatic. (comicskingdom.com)

The Pajama Diaries, April 6, 2016
The Pajama Diaries, April 6, 2016

7. And just how caught up are we all in our cell phones? (comicskingdom.com)

Take It From The Tinkersons, March 30, 2016
Take It From The Tinkersons, March 30, 2016

8. When Hilary's friends try to connect with one another, things get a bit weird. (comicskingdom.com)

Sally Forth, March 17, 2016
Sally Forth, March 17, 2016

9. Susan doesn't get the reaction she seeks about her appearance. (comicskingdom.com)

Between Friends, March 3, 2016
Between Friends, March 3, 2016

10. Walt is surprised by his conversation with Jeremy. (comicskingdom.com)

Zits, December 18, 2015
Zits, December 18, 2015

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