comic strip

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a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book

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Sparky") Schulz, creator of the PEANUTS comic strip, will retire January 4th, 2000.
Pupils at Ash Green School will get to grips with hi-tech computer technology to make a graphic novel and comic strip story as part of a new project.
He won three Pulitzer Prizes for editorial cartooning and twice received the Reuben Award for his "Shoe" comic strip from the National Cartoonists Society.
Captain RibMan comic strips also appear weekly in The Kansas City Star.
RingTales - the producers of The New Yorker Animated Cartoons and the creative team behind Dreamworks' "Over the Hedge" - have an exclusive deal with United Media, Dilbert's licensing and syndication company, to produce and distribute daily animated versions of the Dilbert comic strip.
The movie opens where the typical comic strip panel leaves off.
Luann, a humorously entertaining comic strip journey through the trials of adolescence, has been a favorite among teenagers and adults alike for the past decade.
These animated shorts bring the comic strip to life and give fans another way to enjoy Dilbert on the internet.
office, where he manages a staff of 57 people who help him write and draw the comic strip and come up with new ways in which Garfield's likeness can be put on products.
The strip's widespread syndication and the high ranking of Adams' book, The Dilbert Principle, on The New York Times bestseller list demonstrate the tremendous popularity of the Dilbert comic strip.
Batiuk will launch "Lisa's Story Revisited" with a 6-month Funky Winkerbean storyline focused on the return of her breast cancer - a story that will no doubt be one of the most controversial and highly emotional events in comic strip history.
Among the participants is a dog named Sinbad, who stars in a comic strip in California Firefighters Magazine called ``Workin' Like A Dog,'' and with other dogs teaches disaster preparedness techniques, many of which he knows in real life.
Perhaps this is why the first nationally syndicated online comic strip, featured on United Media's popular Dilbert Zone, was chosen to be the official comic strip of the "24 Hours in Cyberspace" project.
Project Linus was named after the security-blanket-toting, thumb-sucking character from Charles Schulz's ``Peanuts'' comic strip.
their favorite strips, view archived comic strip selections from The