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strip cartoon

n
(Journalism & Publishing) another term for comic strip
Translations
رُسوم هَزْلِيَّه مُسَلْسَلَه
kreslený seriál
tegneserie
teiknimyndasyrpa
çizgi resimli öykü

strip cartoon

nfumetto

strip

(strip) past tense, past participle stripped verb
1. to remove the covering from something. He stripped the old varnish off the wall; He stripped the branch (of its bark) with his knife.
2. to undress. She stripped the child (naked) and put him in the bath; He stripped and dived into the water; They were told to strip to the waist.
3. to remove the contents of (a house etc). The house/room was stripped bare / stripped of its furnishings; They stripped the house of all its furnishings.
4. to deprive (a person) of something. The officer was stripped of his rank for misconduct.
noun
1. a long narrow piece of (eg cloth, ground etc). a strip of paper.
2. a strip cartoon.
3. a footballer's shirt, shorts, socks etc. The team has a red and white strip.
strip cartoon
a row of drawings, eg in a newspaper or comic paper, telling a story.
ˈstrip-lighting noun
lighting by long tubes rather than bulbs.
ˌstrip-ˈtease noun
the act, by a woman, of removing her clothes one by one as a theatrical entertainment.
adjective
a strip-tease show.
strip off
to remove clothes or a covering from a thing or person. He stripped (his clothes) off and had a shower; The doctor stripped his bandage off.
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The boy reporter's adventure in the then Belgian colony was among the first Tintin stories to be serialized by the artist Herge, and his widow's firm is launching a remastered digital version in color to celebrate 90 years since the strip cartoon character first appeared in a Brussels newspaper in 1929.
His newspaper advertisements included a strip cartoon of the weakling on the beach having sand kicked in his face by a well-built bully.
I started with the ECHO's Curly Wee and Gussy Goose strip cartoon.
QUESTION 1 - for 1 point: What is the name of Snoopy's bird friend in the strip cartoon series Peanuts?
It has found its way into Father of Four, a "classic" Danish comedy series based on a newspaper strip cartoon which first took to the screen in 1953.
A selection of the Christmas cards designed by Mumph from his popular Cwm Offit strip cartoon
Looking across the range of iconic media (literature, theater, opera, figurative ballet, mime, audio drama, figurative drawing/painting, figurative sculpture, strip cartoon, animation, puppet theater, still photography, photo-novel, silent movie, cinema, and TV drama), Rozik (emeritus, theater studies, Tel Aviv U., Israel) argues that all are capable of describing fictional worlds, that they share and reflect the same iconic principles of generating meaning, and that all fictional worlds share and reflect the same poetic and rhetoric principles of fictional thinking.
"There has been a university society called the Koan Society and, in the early 90s it was the subject of a strip cartoon by Steve Shipway that not only recalled the affection that the students felt for the sculpture, but gave the Koan its own, student-like identity."
George Woodward (1760-1809) was a contemporary of Isaac Cruikshank (1764-1811) and Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827), both of whom engraved some of his drawings, and was a pioneer of the strip cartoon. An untitled drawing from around 1796 which has been credited to him shows a game of cricket.
"Strip cartoon is never going to go away," he said, noting the current growing interest in graphic novels.
It all comes out in a new book about the longrunning comic strip cartoon that followed the fortunes of Roy Race, the star of Melchester Rovers.
A THE phrase comes from the title of an American strip cartoon first published in 1913.