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strip [ muški rod ]

Pruga, traka, kaiš (kože, hartije, zemljišta).

comic [ imenica ]
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A magazine devoted to comic strips; SYN. comic book.

comic strip [ imenica ]
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Or cartoon strip; Sequence of several frames of drawings in cartoon style.
Strips, which may work independently or form installments of a serial, are usually humorous or satirical in content. Longer stories in comic-strip form are published separately as comic books. Some have been made into animated films.
The first comic strip was “The Yellow Kid” by Richard Felton Outcault, which appeared in the Sunday newspaper New York World 189it was immediately successful and others soon followed. Some of the most admired early comic strips were the US “Gertie the Dinosaur” and “Happy Hooligan” as well as “Krazy Kat”, which began 19and ended with the death of its creator, Richard Herriman, 194Current comic strips include “Peanuts” by Charles M Schulz (1922– ), which began 19and was read daily by million people by the end of the 1960s; the political “Doonesbury” by Garry Trudeau; the British “Andy Capp” by Reginald Smythe (1917– ); and the French “Astérix” by Albert Uderzo and René Goscinny, which began in the early 1960s.
The most famous and beloved cartoon characters were devised by Walt Disney from the 1930s; and superheroes such as Superman, Batman, and Flash Gordon have staying power.
A sequence of drawings in a newspaper telling a story; SYN. cartoon strip, strip.

cartoon [ imenica ]
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ETYM French carton (cf. Italian cartone pasteboard, cartoon); from Latin charta. Related to card.
A film made by photographing a series of cartoon drawings to give the illusion of movement when projected in rapid sequence; SYN. animated cartoon.
A humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine; SYN. sketch.
Humorous or satirical drawing or caricature; a cartoon strip or comic strip; traditionally, the base design for a large fresco, mosaic, or tapestry, transferred to wall or canvas by tracing or pricking out the design on the cartoon and then dabbing with powdered charcoal to create a faint reproduction. Surviving examples include Leonardo da Vinci’s Virgin and St Anne (National Gallery, London).



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