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A comic book was a magazine which published sequences of drawings which told stories. Many comic book featured superheroes. (TV: The Return of Doctor Mysterio)

In 1965, Wonder Comics published a book based on the Latter-Day Pantheon. (PROSE: Salvation)

As a girl, Peri Brown read the comic book Swamp Thing. (PROSE: Players)

Izzy Sinclair was a fan of the comic book Aggrotron!. (AUDIO: Izzy's Story)

In 1988, Bernice Summerfield wrote a comic book entitled The Forty-Five-Second Piglet, which was never published. (PROSE: Sky Pirates!)

Major Comics published comic books in the 20th century. Steve Ross wrote alien comics for them before the editors began interfering too much in his scripts. Toshiko Sato considered his works to be classic. Steve and Val left and published new comics together, including Universal Passions. Val continued after her husband died in 1993. (AUDIO: Believe)

In the early 21st century, Talons, an official Cthulhu Gate tie-in comic book, was published. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)

Clyde Langer drew his own comic book, entitled The Silver Bullet. (TV: The Curse of Clyde Langer)

In 2015, a living, self-written story entitled Zzagnar the All-Conquering attempted to mind control the Earth by giving away free copies of itself in various mediums, including comic books. Later, it also wrote the non-mind control comic book Zz-Men. (COMIC: Give Free or Die)

Alice Parsons collected issues of The Beano and Dandy for her daughter. (PROSE: The Stone House)

Forbidden Planet sold comic books. (PROSE: In Search of Doctor X)

In the 26th century, Bernice Summerfield, while living in the forest near Spacefleet Academy, read comic books to keep herself company on long winter nights. (PROSE: Conundrum)

Navarino literature and art consisted largely of adventure stories and comic books. (PROSE: Return of the Living Dad)

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