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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
plural form of comic strip
comic strip
A series of illustrations, in sequence, often but not necessarily depicting something funny or political in nature
comic strip
a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book
comic strip
series of cartoons, animated story which appears in sequels (in a newspaper)
comic strip
A comic strip is a series of drawings that tell a story, especially in a newspaper or magazine. a series of pictures drawn inside boxes that tell a story cartoon. Series of drawings that read as a narrative, arranged together on the page of a newspaper, magazine, or book. In the 1890s several U.S. newspapers featured weekly drawings that were funny, but without indicated speech. In 1897 Rudolph Dirks's Katzenjammer Kids, in the New York Journal, featured humorous strips containing words presumably spoken by the characters. Soon speeches in balloons appeared in other cartoons, arranged in a series to form a strip. The comic strip arrived at its maturity in 1907 with Bud Fisher's Mutt and Jeff, which appeared daily in the San Francisco Chronicle. Important later comic-strip artists include George Herriman, Al Capp, Walt Kelly, and Charles Schulz. See also comic book
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    co·mic strips

    التركية النطق

    kämîk strîps


    /ˈkämək ˈstrəps/ /ˈkɑːmɪk ˈstrɪps/

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