by The King

In honor of Best Friends Day, this week's Top Ten Comics is a collection of comics on best friends and the importance of friendship.

1. Zoe in “Baby Blues” has an ulterior motive for saying her Mom is her best friend.

Baby Blues, December 1, 2014
Baby Blues, December 1, 2014

2. Dog’s best friend is often a cat’s personal assistant.

Six Chix, February 26, 2014
Six Chix, February 26, 2014


3. Jill and her friends in “The Pajama Diaries” share the same “haircut cycle.” 

Pajama Diaries, March 24, 2014
Pajama Diaries, March 24, 2014

4. Best friends can spend hours together and say very little to one another. 

Arctic Circle, August 26, 2013
Arctic Circle, August 26, 2013

 5. Curtis learns from his best friend, Gunk, that life is too short to hold grudges

Curtis, February 21, 2012
Curtis, February 21, 2012

6. This “Six Chix” cartoon by Stephanie Piro captures the beauty and innocence of childhood friendship.

  Six Chix, April 23, 2011
Six Chix, April 23, 2011

7. As this “intelligent Life” shows, it’s never too late to make a new best friend

Intelligent Life, March 28, 2015
Intelligent Life, March 28, 2015

8.  This “Six Chix” cartoon is sad but true for many people.

Six Chix, December 15, 2013
Six Chix, December 15, 2013

9. Earl and Mooch of “Mutts” know that true friends let each other pursue outside interests.

Mutts, November  1, 2014
Mutts, November 1, 2014

10. Finally, Sarge in “Beetle Bailey” is practicing the best way to be a best friend is to first be one to yourself.


Beetle Bailey, April 15, 2011

Beetle Bailey, April 15, 2011

 

 

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