Public Domain Characters appears in 3856 issues.
An Anthropomorphic Comic is one in which one or more non-human characters display distinctly human characteristics.
Comic book versions of classic and popular media.
Collections of comic strips from newspapers syndication. Often published in half pages daily (in black and with one row panel) or on Sunday (in color with multiple row panels).
Fantasy is a comic book genre often taking place in fairy tale realms.
Lego is a toy series of interlocking plastic bricks.
Comic book adaptations of classic literature produced by Marvel Comics.
An Open Source Character is a concept where a creator or group of creators create a character for express use in comic books or other media without concern of payment or other compensation.
An Open Source Character, slightly similar to the concept of Public Domain Character, is free to use by anyone, anywhere, for any purpose.
An artistic form were actors sing lines instead of speaking them.
Escapist fiction popularized in the first half of the 20th century.
Possibly a fictitious war that happened during Ancient Greek times over the abduction of Helen.
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