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comic book

a magazine with one or more comic strips.
Also called comic, funny book.
Origin of comic book
1940-45 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for comic book
  • In my era, there was the ubiquitous comic book hidden in a boring text.
  • comic book characters have long been involved in science.
  • Flashy capes and skintight garments are the usual accouterments of comic book superheroes.
  • That's the constant tension in comic book stories about dinosaurs.
  • Behold the future of atomic energy in a comic book from the dawn of the atomic age.
  • They end up in a quasi-delusional dream world that resembles the real one in the same way a comic book resembles it.
  • They give us a little bag and it has a couple of chocolate bars in it and a comic book.
  • comic book movies should help us escape from reality, not remind us that we're stuck in it forever.
  • Cory is that comic book guy that is ruining the site.
  • You've been working on the comic book adaptation for a while.

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