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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Disabilities Day

This week is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities! Let the people with disabilities in your life know you love them, and enjoy this week's Top Ten Comics together!

1. Today's phone users may never know the pain and perils experienced by previous generations. comicskingdom.com

Bizarro, January 24, 2012
Bizarro, January 24, 2012

2. Not everyone is cut out to be a guide dog...though that doesn't mean he isn't still a good boy! comicskingdom.com

Rhymes With Orange, December 27, 2008
Rhymes With Orange, December 27, 2008

3. Billy's injury may not be enough to disable him, but Thel decides to play it safe. comicskingdom.com

Family Circus, March 29, 2013
Family Circus, March 29, 2013

4. Some prescriptions come in surprising packages. Don't let the fuzz fool you! comicskingdom.com

Six Chix, May 27, 2013
Six Chix, May 27, 2013

5. Piraro shows us a new twist on the old saying about "the blind leading the blind". comicskingdom.com

Bizarro, June 29, 2012
Bizarro, June 29, 2012

6. Tina and Suzanne act quickly to preserve their way of life from a supernatural, nuptial predator. comicskingdom.com

Tina's Groove, September 19, 2007
Tina's Groove, September 19, 2007

7. Billy continues trying to avoid the disabled list. If he didn't keep on getting hurt, this wouldn't be a problem! comicskingdom.com

Family Circus, September 10, 2004
Family Circus, September 10, 2004

8. Careful! Those conveniently-placed parking spaces aren't worth the inevitable ticket. comicskingdom.com

Bizarro, August 19, 2008
Bizarro, August 19, 2008

9. Sorry, Mother Goose. You need a different sort of handicap to park here! comicskingdom.com

Mother Goose & Grimm, June 25, 2015
Mother Goose & Grimm, June 25, 2015

10. Meanwhile, Hilary and Faye run into their own, unique social handicaps. comicskingdom.com

Sally Forth, August 29, 2007
Sally Forth, August 29, 2007

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