|Comic strip style
A comic strip is a short and humorous illustrated story that typically appears in newspapers, magazines, or online. It consists of a sequence of panels, each containing a combination of illustrations and text to convey a story, joke, or message. Comic strips cover a wide range of genres and themes, from adventure and superhero stories to humor and satire. Some well-known examples of comic strips include "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz, "Garfield" by Jim Davis, and "Calvin and Hobbes" by Bill Watterson. Comic strips are a popular form of entertainment and have been a part of popular culture for many decades.