comic comic  /ˈkɑ mɪk/


  1. (n) a professional performer who tells jokes and performs comical acts
  2. (adj) arousing or provoking laughter
  3. (adj) of or relating to or characteristic of comedy


  1. The comic store is more for collectors than children

    Comic books and much more are a driving force in this shop.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: WAFF 48 News Huntsville

  2. Comic-Con: Warner Bros. Reveals Their Television Lineup

    Warner Bros. Television Group has announced their return to San Diego's Comic-Con International next month with 17 series, including 10 returning fan-favorite shows and seven programs making their Comic-Con debut. Comic-Con-favorite stars such as Kevin Bacon ("The Following"); Stephen Amell ("Arrow"); Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder ("The Vampire Diaries"); Jared Padalecki and ...
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Coming Soon

  3. Comic Relief take 500 donations a second with MongoDB

    British charity Comic Relief has revealed that it used open source NoSQL database MongoDB to create a flexible and scalable platform that was vital in handling this year’s record breaking £75 million event.        
    on June 20, 2013     Source: TechWorld


  1. "A world without Harvey Korman -- it's a more serious world," Brooks told the AP on Thursday. "It was very dangerous for me to work with him because if our eyes met we'd crash to floor in comic ecstasy. It was comedy heaven to make Harvey...
    on May 29, 2006 By: Mel Brooks Source: Daily Press

  2. "You don't have that spinner rack of comic books sitting in the local five-and-dime any more," said Dan Buckley, president of Marvel Publishing. "We don't have our product intersecting kids in their lifestyle space as much as we used to."
    on Nov 12, 2007 By: Dan Buckley Source: Forbes

  3. "It's so retarded. We're characters in this comic book," said Stewart.
    on Nov 2, 2009 By: Robert Pattinson Source:

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