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Synonyms for cartoon

Synonyms for cartoon

a humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine

a film made by photographing a series of cartoon drawings to give the illusion of movement when projected in rapid sequence

draw cartoons of

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Cartoon strips are still popular in some of the national tabloids but seem to have disappeared from most local newspapers.
Besides the oft-seen pictures of the tragedy, the exhibition on wheels also carries 21 cartoon strips, all drawn by children of the victims.
It was bad to even persist at it," explains Bell, whose cartoon strip If...
The sale in Namur, southern Belgium, dominated by five large hand-drawn pages of original cartoon strips, raised e1/41,172,000, including charges, a world record for Herge-associated items and a cartoon strip book record in Belgium, said Thibaut Van Houtte, an expert on hand for the Rops auction house sale.
The booklet, entitled In the Know, is aimed at children aged 8 to 11 and uses colourful illustrations, quizzes and cartoon strips to help tackle the difficult subject of child abuse.
Alison argues The Simpsons, created by Matt Groening, is the modern equivalent of newspaper cartoon strips which lampooned social conventions.
Both The Bairn and Ezzy simply vanished after the early cartoon strips and were never referred to again.
The creator of one of Britain's best-loved cartoon strips has died.
Each one is packed with words of wisdom, cartoon strips, poems and deep, dark secrets.
If it's a collection of comics from popular newspaper syndicated features which is needed, chances are Andrews and McMeel will have it: they specialize in producing compilations of strips from the best of cartoon strips across the country and produce works of such high consistent quality that even if you haven't had prior exposure to a particular artist, the book will still prove attractive.
Environmentalist Cindy Lewis, who loves hiking, volunteering and recycling, is among new characters in the mini cartoon strips that wrap each piece of Bazooka bubble gum.