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Many early comic books were simply collections of comic strips that had originally been printed in newspapers. The commercial success of these collections led to work being created specifically for the comic book form, which fostered conventions specific to comic books like splash pages. Long-form comic books are called graphic novels.
 
Many early comic books were simply collections of comic strips that had originally been printed in newspapers. The commercial success of these collections led to work being created specifically for the comic book form, which fostered conventions specific to comic books like splash pages. Long-form comic books are called graphic novels.
  
==Sonic-related Comic Books==
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==Sonic-related comic books==
 
*[[Sonic the Comic]], by [[Fleetway]]
 
*[[Sonic the Comic]], by [[Fleetway]]
 
*[[Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie)]]
 
*[[Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie)]]
 
*[[The Official Sonic the Hedgehog Yearbook]]s, by [[Grandreams]]
 
*[[The Official Sonic the Hedgehog Yearbook]]s, by [[Grandreams]]
 
*[[NiGHTS into Dreams (Archie)]]
 
*[[NiGHTS into Dreams (Archie)]]
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[[Category:Comics]]
 
[[Category:Comics]]
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[[Category:General Interest]]

Revision as of 18:40, 18 August 2007

A comic book is a magazine or book containing the art form of comics. Comic books are often called comics, especially in the United Kingdom. Although the term implies otherwise, the subject matter in comic books is not necessarily humorous. In fact, it varies widely.

Many early comic books were simply collections of comic strips that had originally been printed in newspapers. The commercial success of these collections led to work being created specifically for the comic book form, which fostered conventions specific to comic books like splash pages. Long-form comic books are called graphic novels.

Sonic-related comic books