Comics are a form of art that is created with the use of images and text. They are most often used in modern-day media for entertainment and awareness.
This form of art is not only used in entertainment but also to convey messages to the masses. One example is the use of comics in newspapers during World War II to get out information about what was happening while also trying to raise morale on the home front. The American Red Cross even had a comic book series titled “The Adventures of Johnny Tyke” which was aimed at teaching children how to be safe from air raids and other hazards related to war.
In recent years, comics have been used as an educational tool in schools, libraries, museums, and other places where people gather for education or recreation. The National
Comics are graphic novels that use a combination of text and images to tell a story. They are used by both adults and children.
A comic is usually printed on paper, but some are published in digital formats.
The word “comic” is the shortened form of the word “cartoon.”