cartoon strip


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Noun1.cartoon strip - a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic bookcartoon strip - a sequence of drawings telling a story in a newspaper or comic book
newspaper, paper - a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements; "he read his newspaper at breakfast"
comic book - a magazine devoted to comic strips
cartoon, sketch - a humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine
frame - a single drawing in a comic_strip
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cartoon strip

nCartoon m or nt, → Comic m, → Zeichengeschichte f
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Adams left his corporate cubicle 4S700R in 1995 to focus on his ``Dilbert'' cartoon strip, which now appears in about 1,500 newspapers worldwide, including the Daily News.
The partnership created a vendor-neutral online mall specializing in Linux-related products and services, branded with the characters from the popular daily episodic cartoon strip that is the feature attraction of User Friendly Media's central web site, UserFriendly.
NUNEATON Borough Football Club have hit back at a "cheeky dig" contained in a national newspaper's cartoon strip.
Up to now, most of the bureaucratically burdened character's licenses have been only for products promoting the cartoon strip.
The partnership will see the creation of a vendor-neutral online mall specializing in Linux-related products and services, branded with the characters from the popular daily episodic cartoon strip that is the feature attraction of User Friendly Media's central web site, UserFriendly.
The 48-year-old Trudeau does not respond to criticism of his cartoon strip.
IT HAS been a famous cartoon strip since 1950, but now there's a new PC game based on the adventures of Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang.
It gets its name from a moonshine still in Al Capp's ``Li'l Abner'' cartoon strip - a reference to the strange chemical odors generated inside the plant's closed hangar, which in those days was located in Burbank, not far from several movie studios.
Groening's cartoon strip, &uot;The Simpsons,&uot; appears in almost 50 newspapers in North America with a readership of more than 10 million fans.
FIRST editions on Wednesday carried the wrong day's Scorer cartoon strip (Page 34).
cartoonist Scott Adams, author of The Dilbert Principle, will share anecdotes and insights about his experiences with corporate network development, and the Intranet inspirations he receives to feed his well-known cartoon strip, Dilbert.
BERNARD Venables, creator of the Daily Mirror cartoon strip Mr Crabtree Goes Fishing, has died at 94.